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First published in 1992 to wide critical acclaim, "Pictures From Home" is Larry Sultan’s pendant to his parents. Sultan returned home to Southern California periodically in the 1980s and the sequence he presents moves between registers, combining contemporary photographs alongside film stills from home movies, fragments of conversation, Sultan’s own...
In April 2013, photographers Nico Krebs and Taiyo Onorato, who have been working together for a dozen years, loaded up their 1987 Toyota Land Cruiser in Switzerland and headed east. They’d already roughly traced their route by running a finger across the map of Eurasia to their ultimate destination, Ulan Bator, the capital of Mongolia.
Jan Kempenaers has been photographing urban and natural landscapes for over two decades. For this series of images, he applies the formal language of the documentary style, with its detached viewpoint emphasising the isolation and desolation of the strange structures in the frame.
Consistently proclaimed as one of the most important photobooks in the history of the medium, Solitude of Ravens by Japanese photographer Masahisa Fukase was first published in 1984 and the two subsequent editions have both been short runs and have sold out immediately.
Incoming was made in collaboration with cinematographer Trevor Tweeten and composer Ben Frost and was co-commissioned by Barbican Gallery and National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. The book is published alongside an installation of Mosse’s 3-screen video work.
The pictures in the photobook begin in the desert east of Los Angeles and move west through the city, ending at the Pacific. This general westward movement alludes to the drought and a general thirst for water, as well as the expansion of America as a nation.