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Joel Sternfeld: First Pictures - 1st. Edition - Steidl 2011
Made from 1985 to 1987, these bold images capture a cold and irreconcilable rage with the status quo at this period of transition. inter esse is a Berlin tale in which recent German history finds expression.
For a decade, Ken Schles watched the passing of time from his Lower East Side neighbourhood. His camera fixed the instances of his observations, and these moments became the foundation of his invisible city.
A delirious, peripatetic walk in the evening air of an irretrievable downtown New York. A Time Magazine photobook of the year 2014.
"I started shooting in the East End because it was where I was from. I lived there all through the blitz. When I was about three and a half, the flat next door was flattened, so we had to move from Leytonstone to East Ham.
Between 1961 and 2013, Raymond Depardon frequently photographed the constantly changing rhythm of Berlin which is the focus of this book.
The soaring, rigid walls of the tenement blocks torn open by the bombing of World War II dominated the German streetscapes of the 1950s.
In 2003, Trent Parke began a road-trip around his native Australia, a monumental journey that was to last two years and cover a distance of over 90,000 km.
Rather than re-publishing Image System, Geoffroy de Boismenu pursued a comparable discovery of his America, going through his archive to suggest a sequel to the quickly sold-out book.
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?