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Sleeping by the Mississippi by Alec Soth is one of the defining publications in the photobook era. First published by Steidl in 2004, it was Soth’s first book, sold through three editions, and established him as one of the leading lights of contemporary photographic practice. This MACK edition includes two new photographs that were not included in the...
In his new book BERLIN NOIR, Miron Zownir documents the timeless urban melancholy and the wild life of Berlin in all its facets thanks to urban landscapes and portraits. At the same time, the publication is a retrospective of Zownir's photographs, which were created between 1978 and 2016.
Forever comprises photographs taken in the downtown area of Los Angeles and the poorer neighbourhoods of Compton, Watts and South Central, made between 2007–2012.
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.
The Mechanism is a melancholic series of black-and-white photographs that form a sci-fi story about contemporary life. Bringing together images made in multiple cities, the work deals with themes of technology, surveillance and urban society.
A masterpiece of Japanese photobooks... a technical and aesthetic tour-de- force” – Martin Parr and Gerry Badger in The Photobook: A History
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.
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.
Photographs taken by Ari Marcopoulos in Rome (February - March 2016), and Malibu (August 2016).
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.
Que font les gens, s'ils sont dans la rue ? Lecture ? Ils attendent ? Peut-on reconnaître l'habitant, l'étranger, le voyageur par ses actions et ses actes dans un cadre urbain ?