This is the first significant publication devoted to the work of Jin-me Yoon, one of Canada’s most preeminent artists.
Last Day in Lagos is a focused study on a singular African American photographer, through an archival encounter with her documentation of the landmark FESTAC’77 festival.
In this unconventional, lyrical biography, Lesy traces Evans’s intimate, idiosyncratic relationships with men and women—the circle of friends who made Walker Evans who he was.
Five continents, three decades: with Walking Distance, Olaf Unverzart presents his interpretation of a travel diary.
Kavi Pujara began to photograph the neighbourhood around Leicester’s Golden Mile as a way to reconnect with the city, its residents and his own past after 30 years of living in London.
Ben Brody’s latest photobook 300m is a panoramic journey through the height of the American war in Afghanistan, framed in the context of the fall of Kabul and the ties that remain with friends and colleagues who currently live under Taliban rule.
This volume features a selection of 100 photographic works by American artist Cy Twombly that span six decades, from the 1950s until his death in 2011.
Anderson-Staley’s tintype portrait work was awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship and a Puffin Grant.