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Joan Foncuberta The Photography of Nature The Nature of Photography

Joan Fontcuberta “The Photography Of Nature & The Nature Of Photography”

The book "The Photography of Nature & The Nature of Photography" celebrates the outstanding work of Joan Fontcuberta. Read More
Nuno Moreira State Of Mind

Nuno Moreira “State Of Mind”

"State of Mind": Beautiful record of fleeting moments and transitory encounters captured by photographer Nuno Moreira. Read More
Flip-through of the new photography book from Enda Bowe Kilburn Cherry

Enda Bowe “Kilburn Cherry”

Enda Bowe’s photography book "Kilburn Cherry" is inspired by the Japanese tradition of the renku poem and the symbolism of the cherry blossom. Read More
Image from the photography book Michael Ernest Sweet The Human Fragment published by Brooklyn Arts Press

Michael Ernest Sweet “The Human Fragment”

Street photographer Michael Ernest Sweet is known for his extrem close-up style. What that means can be seen in his book "The Human Fragment". Read More
Image from "Bill Brandt Shadow and Light" published by Thames & Hudson

Bill Brandt “Shadow And Light”

The book "Bill Brandt Shadow And Light" gives an excellent overview of the multi-faceted work of one of Britain's poineers of photographic modernism. Read More
From Vivian Maier: Street Photographer photographs by Vivian Maier, edited by John Maloof, published by powerHouse Books.

Vivian Maier “Street Photographer”

Pure coincidence rescuted the legacy of an unknown street photographer. The book "Vivian Maier Street Photographer" renders homage to a remarkable artist. Read More
Image from the photography book Life's A Beach by British photographer Martin Parr

Martin Parr “Life’s A Beach”

The photography book Martin Parr Life's A Beach is a hilarious walk on the beach around the world revealing the absurdities of human behaviour. Read More
Image from the book Kodachrome Memory: American Pictures 1972–1990 by Nathan Benn published by powerHouse Books

Nathan Benn “Kodachrome Memory: American Pictures 1972 – 1990”

Nathan Benn's "Kodachrome Memory" takes the observer on a visual time ride. His vivid color images bring a long gone era back to life. Read More
A woman in a bar in Valparaiso smiling on this image from Sergio Larrain

Sergio Larrain “Poetic Vagabond”

Sergio Larrain is known for his poetic and serene images. A new book celebrates this brilliant Chilean photographer who passed away in 2012. Read More
Image of a township taken from a train window in South Africa taken by Jarret Schecter

Jarret Schecter “World Off Track”

The book "World Off Track" takes us on a nostalgic train ride around the world showing the harshness of socio-economic decline. Read More
From Vivian Maier: Self-Portraits photographs by Vivian Maier, edited by John Maloof, published by powerHouse Books.

Vivian Maier “Self Portraits”

The book "Vivian Maier Self-Portraits" sheds some light on mysterious nanny street photographer who rose to fame post-mortem. Read More
A dangerous looking dog photographed by Margaret M. de Lange for her book "Surrounded By No One"

Margaret M. de Lange “Surrounded By No One”

The photography book "Margaret M. de Lange Surrounded By No One" is an intimate work dealing with inner loneliness. Read More
Image from the series Higley from photographer Andrew Phelps

“Higley” by Andrew Phelps

The book "Higley" by Andrew Phelps is a very personally project in which the artists is trying to preserve his childhood memories. Read More
Adam Broomberg - Oliver Chanarin: Holy Bible, 2013. Photograph: Courtesy Mack

Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin “Holy Bible”

Review of the new book from Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin "Holy Bible" which raises questions about the power of conflict images. Read More

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