Timm Rautert: Timm Rautert und die Leben der Fotografie

Timm Rautert (born in 1941 in Tuchola, then West Prussia) is considered one of Germany’s preeminent contemporary photographers. Timm Rautert und die Leben der Fotografie is probably the most comprehensive publication on the photographer’s oeuvre with extensive, partly unknown series of pictures, six essays and an annotated biography.

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Michael Kerstgens: 1986 – Back to the Present

Michael Kerstgens is a professor of photography at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. In 1986, while studying photography at Folkwang University of the Arts in Essen, Kerstgens was awarded funding by the Association of German Caravan Manufacturers to create a project on the theme of “Leisure”.

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Maura Sullivan: Things We Remember

Things We Remember, Maura Sullivan’s first monograph, invites viewers into the mysterious, elegant, and compelling world that the New York City-based photographer creates. By composing and integrating her subjects into atmospheric locations suffused with natural light, Sullivan’s analog black and white photographs seem to recall a lost time.

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Donna Ferrato: Holy

Donna Ferrato’s Holy is the culmination of a 50-year trip across the U.S. and beyond. This book follows her journey of exploration and documentation of the violence against women and her compromise towards justice, from the sexual revolution of the ’60s through the #metoo era of today.

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Gulnara Samoilova (Ed.): Women Street Photographers

With a rising number of women throughout the world picking up their cameras and capturing their surroundings, this book explores the work of 100 women and the experiences behind their greatest images.

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Thana Faroq: I don’t recognize me in the shadows (Lecturis, 2020)

The work explores Thana’s journey leaving war-torn Yemen and experiencing the asylum in the Netherlands. She made this book to figure out how everything happened – to figure out the war, the escape, the transition, and the unfamiliar.

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Jaakko Kahilaniemi: 100 hectares of understanding (Kehrer, 2021)

Finland is one of the most forested countries in the world. Almost 75 percent of the country is covered by forests – that’s over 26 million hectares of which Jaakko Kahilaniemi owns 100 hectares. His conceptual project 100 Hectares of Understanding is his attempt to understand the forest area he inherited.

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