Issei Suda: My Japan

Issei Suda – My Japan is an introduction to his life’s work, from the 1960s until the publication of his final book in 2018. It includes photographs from his early days for the avant-garde theatre troupe Tenjo Sajiki, and iconic series, such as Fushi Kaden and Waga Tokyo 100.

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Abigail Heyman: Growing up female: A personal photojournal (Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1974)

Abigail Heyman (August 1, 1942 – August 28, 2013) was an American photographer and feminist. Her 1974 book Growing Up Female became an important text for the feminist movement.

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Nobuyoshi Araki; Nan Goldin: Tokyo Love – Spring Fever 1994

In 1994 Goldin and Araki decided to collaborate on a project about adolescents in Tokyo. They set out to capture the joys, thrills, and anxieties of youth.

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Shigeru Onishi: A Metamathematical Proposition

This book presents an overview of the forgotten avant-garde photographic oeuvre of Japanese mathematician and artist Shigeru Onishi from the 1950s.

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Jana Hartmann: Mastering the Elements

Mastering the Elements is a photographic research on the scientific exploration and conquest of nature from the beginnings of alchemy until the present day.

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Pavel Odvody: Photography

The leitmotif in Odvody’s photography is the human being, their physicality, their movement. Odvody experiments with different – even “incorrect” – exposures times, associating rhythm and dance in his pictures: The figure frozen in the photograph turns into a dynamic gestural expression.

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Martina Zanin: I Made Them Run Away

I Made Them Run Away is a multi-layered story weaving together family images and photographs with texts written by the artist’s mother. It brings together memories from the past and feelings of the present to investigate the dynamics of relationships – the need for attention, the expectations that cause disillusionment, insecurity and judgment.

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Renato Rampolla: Dignity No Matter What

Renato Rampolla is a street photographer based in Tampa, Florida. His book, Dignity No Matter What: The Light Within is a series of portraits of homeless people along with their stories.

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Nick Brandt: The Day May Break

The Day May Break, photographed in Zimbabwe and Kenya in late 2020, is the first part of a global series portraying people and animals that have been impacted by environmental degradation and destruction. The people in the photos were all affected by climate change, displaced by cyclones and years-long droughts.

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Dinaya Waeyaert: Come Closer

In Come Closer by Dinaya Waeyaert you get to see the love between two wo ­men from up close. The book feels like an intimate conversation between the two ­lovers, where one (­Dinaya) obsessively photographs and the other (Paola) writes notes. This photobook diary is the ode to four year of relationship with its ups and downs.

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Bret Curry: A Ghost Story: Photographs

In collaboration with A24 Films, Bret Curry presents a photographic journey into the production of A Ghost Story. Curry’s behind-the-scenes imagery captures the film’s exploration of legacy, loss, and the essential human longing for meaning and connection. From filmmakers in their environment to the quiet moments amongst the cast and crew, these singular moments prove surreal and enduring all the same.

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