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In a follow-up to his previous photographic travelogues about Cairo, Athens and his native Wolfsburg, Peter Bialobrzeski visits Taipei to document the urban landscape of what was once considered the de facto capital of China, and what it has become today.
“WILD” is an exploration of wilderness in illustration, uniting 33 illustrators and artists from the Urban Spree universe in an oversized black-and-white, 30 x 40 cm book.
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.
Urban Spree and Twoone release a limited edition 3-colour risograph book. Designed during his Residency at Urban Spree in July 2016, the 60-page risograph book ‘Berlin 2014-2016′ is the result of 2 years of intense portrait sketches by the Japanese artist in the german capital.
Germes Gang über alles! is a 40-page A5 book published by Urban Spree on the occasion of the solo show of the portuguese crew at Urban Spree Galerie from 19.08.2016 to 11.09.2016.
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.
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.
Hibi literally comprises a series of street photographs by renowned Japanese photographer Masahisa Fukase. Each of the black and white images painstakingly attend to the road’s surface – the worn road-markings, the fading lines and arrows eroded by the city’s innumerable inhabitants, a web of fissures in the asphalt.
In 2015, Peter Bialobrzeski returned to his hometown Wolfsburg to document the changes the city has undergone since he left the Lower Saxony city many years ago.
This catalogue accompanies a museum exhibition of the latest work of the German photographer Thomas Struth. The touring show focuses on photographs Struth has made since his last major retrospective, which covered the years 1978–2010.
With Confabulations, Torbjørn Rødland presents a set of analogue photographs that subtly misrepresents broken memories and childhood fantasies. Confabulations distorts facts to get to truth. Fragmentation is neither rejected nor induced in this unitary approach, but seen as a starting point for new connections. Beneath a million silly memes Rødland is...