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Photographic explorations at an authentic site of recent history
Commemmorating the fiftieth anniversary of the erection of the Berlin Wall?
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.
Mack Books publishes the long-awaited Deutschland by Gerry Johansson which completes an eighteen-year series of books.
USSR 1991. Photographs by Keizo Kitajima. Published by Little Big Man Books, San Francisco, in a strictly limited edition of 450 copies. Following LBM’s latest publication (Nobuyoshi Araki’s ‘To The Past’), a highly recommended photobook in a luxury crafted edition.
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.
Veramente retraces Italian photographer Guido Guidi’s entire oeuvre, bringing together excerpts of his series from 1959 to the present day to illuminate the distinctive photographic language he has forged over a 40-year career.
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.
"For several years I climbed numerous rooftops to make pictures, over and over again. For a long time I didn't know exactly why; I simply felt attached to these strange, unknown and obscure places.
In Lago, Ron Jude returns to the California desert of his early childhood as if a detective in search of clues to his own identity.