Sybren Vanoverberghe: 2099 // Conference of the Birds (Art Paper Editions, 2018 // 2019)

Sybren Vanoverberghe (°1996, Kortrijk) is an artist based in Ghent, Belgium. His work functions as an analysis of the correlation between place and time and the ever recurring cycle of history.

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Short Cuts 02

Short Cuts 02 presents 4 new photobooks. It starts witch Mark Power and concludes with an insight into the bustling world of yesterdays Istanbul.

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Tono Arias: Encarnados (Dispara, 2019)

Encarnados is a photographic project about the Galician carnival (Entroido) in which Tono Arias has been working for more than a decade.

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Ziebinska-Lewandowska; Amao; Maddox (Eds.): Dora Maar (Centre Pompidou, 2019)

Dora Maar, original name Henrietta Theodora Marković, (born November 22, 1907, Paris, France—died July 16, 1997, Paris) was a French photographer, painter and Surrealist.

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Amani Willett: The Disappearance of Joseph Plummer (Overlapse, 2017)

A curious tale exploring the history and mythology of a reclusive man living in central New Hampshire 200 years ago. Amani Willett’s photographs track this hermit’s overgrown trail through land his family now owns.

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Takuma Nakahira : Circulation: Date, Place, Events (Osiris, 2012)

In 1971 photographer Takuma Nakahira participated in the Seventh Paris Biennale for emerging artists from around the world. In his experimental project Circulation: Date, Place, Events Nakahira challenged himself to photograph his surroundings and in the same day exhibit the results for a duration of approximately one week.

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Kazuyoshi Usui and his Showa Trilogy

Japanese photographer Kazuyoshi Usui began his Showa project series in the early 2000s, in the midst of Japan’s Heisei era. Usui’s series imagines a world in which Japan’s Showa era did not end in 1989 but continued until today.

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Fotografieren hieß teilnehmen. Fotografinnen der Weimarer Republik ( Museum Folkwang, 1994)

This volume was issued for an exhibition of female photographers of the Weimar Republic which was shown at the Museum Folkwang (Essen), Fundacio La Caixa (Barcelona) and The Jewish Museum (NYC), in 1994-1995.

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Lena Fritsch: Ravens and Red Lipstick – Japanese Photography since 1945 (Thames & Hudson, 2018)

This volume provides one of the first overviews of Japanese photography to be published in English. Drawing on extensive research, Lena Fritsch traces the development of Japanese photography chronologically, from the severity of post-war Realism to the diverse ingenuity of photography in contemporary Japan. Lena Fritsch is Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the…

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Lee Friedlander: Signs // The Mind and the Hand (Fraenkel Gallery // Eakins Press Foundation, 2019)

Lee Friedlander (born 1934) began photographing in 1948. From 1953 to 1955, Friedlander studied photography with Edward Kaminski at the Art Center School, Los Angeles, California. He has been a freelance photographer since 1955. His work was included in the influential 1967 exhibition New Documents at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, curated by John Szarkowski.…

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Mark Ruwedel: Message From the Exterior // Ouarzazate (Mack, 2016//18)

Mark Ruwedel (born June 11, 1954) is an American landscape photographer and educator. He has made work depicting evidence of human presence in remote, barren and desert regions of North America, predominantly in black and white.

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Short Cuts 01

Short Cuts 01 presents 4 new photobooks. It starts with Chad Moore and concludes with ESA’s historic Rosetta mission.

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