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Das sowjetische Fotobuch 1920-1941 präsentiert 160 der beeindruckendsten und aufwändigsten Fotobücher aus dieser Zeit und enthält mehr als 400 zusätzliche Referenzabbildungen. Das Buch enthält auch Kurzbiographien der Fotobuchautoren, von denen einige hier zum ersten Mal vorgestellt werden.
Aleix Plademunt’s photographic series Almost There was spurred on by the arrival of a postcard, 101 years late.
Takashi Homma uses fragments collected in camera obscura constructed in metropolitan areas of Japan and the US to build a city image by image. Homma does not seek to index any particular city but to render a shadow world, a city's unconscious caught in a dark chamber, suspended in the camera’s box.
Provisional Arrangement is Martin Kollar’s fifth book, and was awarded the inaugural Prix Elysée.
Born from an interest in exploring the shifting boundaries of virtual space in the contemporary world, Making Memeries is the first photobook of its kind to engage Augmented Reality.
Automagic is a book-object by Dutch visual artist Anouk Kruithof (b. 1981, Dordrecht), which contains images drawn from her “automagic archive,” taken with iPhones and small digital cameras over the past twelve years.
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.
Photographs taken by Ari Marcopoulos in Rome (February - March 2016), and Malibu (August 2016).
What do people do, if they are out in the street? Reading? Waiting? Can we recognize the inhabitant, the stranger, the traveller by his actions and deeds in an urban setting?