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In 1980 Bruce Davidson began photographing the New York subway system, venturing regularly into this intoxicating, sometimes dangerous subterranean world. "When you are in the Subway, what is beautiful appears bestial, and what is bestial appears beautiful." Bruce Davidson.
'To The Past' by eminent and prolific Japanese Photographer Araki Nobuyoshi is an exceptional book published by Little Big Man in the US in 2012. Urban Spree is the only officlal stockist in Berlin for Little Big Man.
The Japan Series originated on the occasion of the European Eyes on Japan project, within the scope of which European photographers are invited each year to capture their impressions of this Far Eastern country on film.
Factories for mining, carving, and refining of stones and minerals are structures from the “Stone Age” of industrialization. Finding them all over the world, Bernd and Hilla Becher documented them in their signature style, leading us back to the times when physical labor developed from a craft into organized manufacturing.
Edward Burtynsky Quarries traces the artist’s in-depth exploration of landscape as transformed by industry.
Since Damo Suzuki decided not to do studio work but rather perform with his Network, there are no recordings available anymore. Therefore, the performance of Damo Suzuki can only be apprehended live and each live situation is unique while the music is improvised only.
Steidl reprints for the 3rd time the bestseller photobook "Oil" by Edward Burtynsky, an exploration of the oil universe.
Steidl reprints for the 2nd time the bestseller photobook "Water" by Edward Burtynsky, an exploration of how water is exploited and distributed.
'State of the Union' by Mitch Epstein is the catalogue of the exhibition that occured at the Kunstmuseum Bonn (Germany) / 11.11.2010 - 23.01.2011
Søren Solkær has traveled the globe to create Surface, a collection of dynamic portraits that capture some of the most important names in street art and graffiti.
John Perello aka JonOne grew up in the Harlem borough in New York and was part of the graffiti scene of the early 80s.