- 3x3x3: Avenue of Mysteries
(1) Laura Larson: City of Incurable Women (2) Teo Becher: Charbon Blanc (3) Antigone Kourakou: Transfiguration
- 3x3x3: Life is not always Black and White
(1) Tereza Zelenkova: The Essential Solitude (2) Laura Bielau – Arbeit (3) Clara Prioux – Do You Ever Feel Like Nobody Really Cares.
- 3x3x3: September 2022
(1) Dani Pujalte: Prai$e the Lord (Witty Books, 2022) (2) Cate Dingley: Ezy Ryders (The Artist Edition, 2022) (3) Mitch Epstein: Silver + Chrome (Steidl, 2022)
- 3x3x3: Stop Making Sense
(1) Emily Graham: The Blindest Man (2) Viktoria Binschtok: Connection (3) Philipp Mueller: 120 bpm.
- 4 Essential Japanese Photobooks
In this post I share with you 4 of my all time Japanese photobook favorites that you can find on Bildersturm.
- Abbey Hepner: The Light at the End of History
This volume presents photographs from Abbey Hepner’s decade-long examination of nuclear energy, the atomic bomb, and radioactive waste.
- Abigail Heyman: Growing up female: A personal photojournal
Abigail Heyman was an American photographer. Her book Growing Up Female became an important text for the feminist movement.
- About Us. Young Photography in China
The publication presents a selection of some 150 works by 40 Chinese artists from the collection of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung.
- Adel Souto: Ad Removal As Modern Art
This book is a collection of over 180 photos of the inadvertent art created by trashing NYC subway advertising.
- Agata Kalinowska: Yaga
Yaga is a photobook about the idea of emancipation of socially excluded women that the system finds inconvenient.
- Al J Thompson: Remnants of an Exodus
This volume is Al J Thompson’s love letter to his second home of Spring Valley, a once thriving Caribbean immigrant community under threat of gentrification.
- Alice Mann: Drummies
This long-term project, by South African photographer Alice Mann, explores the unique sport of drum majorettes.
- Alisa Resnik: On the night that we leave
From Berlin to Saint Petersburg, via Odessa or Italy, the place of this book is ultimately the night.
- Alys Tomlinson: Gli Isolani (The Islanders)
Over a period of two years, Tomlinson documented the traditional costumes and masks worn during festivals and celebrations on the islands of the Venetian lagoon, Sicily and Sardinia.
- Ana Núñez Rodríguez: Flor de Roca
Flor de Roca proposes an exercise in the search for (the life around) emeralds, tracing a journey through the mystery that surrounds the stone.
- Andrea Diefenbach: Realitatea
Andrea Diefenbach’s images from the rural regions of the Republic of Moldova are a journey through time to a place that has been in an identity crisis since its independence 30 years ago.
- Andrew Miksys: Bingo
After reminiscing with his parents about their newspaper Bingo Today, Miksys embarked on a journey across the U.S. to produce a set of portraits of the people who frequent bingo halls.
- Andy Sewell: Known and Strange Things Pass
The photographs in the book are taken on either side of the Atlantic in places where the Internet is concentrated.
- Ângela Berlinde: Transa – baladas do último sol
TRANSA, baladas do último sol explores a broad experimental approach in a multidisciplinary body of work that refers to photography, literature, comic book, painting and cinema.
- Angelo Bonetti: He grew up in the fog
Angelo Bonetti is a visual artist who works with photography, mainly a self-taught photographer who over the years has pursued and developed his own language.
- Anita Pouchard Serra: Espera(nza)
The photozine contains portraits and testimonies of women who attended the vigils for the vote on the law legalizing abortion in Argentina in December 2020, from the first minute to the final vote.
- Anne Berry: Behind Glass
Behind Glass is a series of portraits of primates made over the course of ten years in small zoos throughout Europe.
- Anne Morgenstern: Macht Liebe
Anne Morgenstern (*1976 in Leipzig) studied photography in Munich and Zurich, where she lives and works.
- Annemarieke van Drimmelen & Jasper Krabbé: June
Photographer Annemarieke van Drimmelen (b. 1978, Dutch) and painter Jasper Krabbé (b. 1970, Dutch) have dedicated their new book to their two year old daughter, June.
- Annette Messager: Les Tortures Volontaires
Still up-to-date: Annette Messager’s photo series on the image of the body from 1972. It consists of 81 works of which she has made available 40 diptychs in their original formats as gelatin-silver prints.
- Ara Oshagan: displaced
Photographer Ara Oshagan and author Krikor Beledian grew up in Beirut’s Armenian communities formed by refugees and survivors of genocide.
- Beata Bartecka & Lukasz Rusznica: How to Look Natural In Photos
How to Look Natural in Photos is a book about a totalitarian system which uses photography for its purposes.
- Ben Brody: 300m
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.
- Bertien van Manen: Archive
Since the 1970s, Bertien van Manen has created intimate and poignant photographs of commonplace scenes.
- Bob Farese, Jr.: Am I Not Light
Am I Not Light comprises a poem and photographs by Bob Farese, Jr. and is designed by Sybren Kuiper.
- Brad Feuerhelm & Nun Gun: Mondo Decay
Mondo Decay is a publication that combine a book by the visual artist Brad Feuerhelm and a music cassette from the band Nun Gun.
- Bret Curry: A Ghost Story: Photographs
In collaboration with A24 Films, Bret Curry presents a photographic journey into the production of A Ghost Story.
- Carol Jerrems; Virginia Fraser: A Book About Australian Women
Carol Jerrems (1949–1980) was born and grew up in suburban Melbourne and studied art and design under Paul Cox.
- Chas Gerretsen: Apocalypse Now – The Lost Photo Archive
In 1976 Chas Gerretsen was hired by Francis Ford Coppola as the still photographer for his masterpiece Apocalypse Now.
- Chris Killip: In Flagrante Two
The photographs that Chris Killip made in Northern England between 1973 and 1985 were first published by Secker & Warbur in 1988.
- Chris Suspect: Old Customs
Chris Suspect is a street and documentary photographer who is specialized in capturing absurd and profound moments in the quotidian.
- Christer Strömholm: Till minnet av mig själv
Christer Strömholm (1918–2002) was one of the most influential Scandinavian photographers and the recipient of the 1997 Hasselblad Award.
- Cindy Sherman: Retrospective
Cindy Sherman (American, b. 1954) is widely recognized as one of the most important and influential artists in contemporary art.
- Clayton Anderson: Kicking Sawdust: Running Away with the Circus and Carnival
Kicking Sawdust is a series of photos taken from 1988-1992 while on the road with the circus, carnival and sideshows.
- Clément Chapillon: Les Rochers Fauves
In his new series, Clément Chapillon explores the notion of geographical and mental isolation through an island space in the Aegean Sea.
- Cristina Salvador Klenz: Hidden
Hidden: Life with California’s Roma Families is the first photography book to feature Romani Americans.
- Crystal Bennes: Klara and the Bomb
Klara and the Bomb is a photographical and historical work that charts connecting threads between the invention of modern computers, the history of nuclear weapons and, in particular, the narratives of the women involved.
- Cy Twombly Photographs – Lyrical Variations
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.
- Dániel Szalai: Novogen
Novogen is a project focusing on the eponymous breed of chickens that was developed in order to use its eggs in the production of pharmaceutical products.
- David Godlis: Godlis Miami
In January 1974, David Godlis, then a 22-year-old photo student, took a ten-day trip to Miami Beach, Florida.
- Debra Achen: Frequency Shift: The Stonehenge Continuum
Debra Achen explores the vibrant energy she experienced while visiting Stonehenge in her new book.
- Derek R. Peterson; Richard Vokes: The Unseen Archive of Idi Amin
This trove of recently discovered photographs offers an unprecedented opportunity to take a closer look at Idi Amin’s dictatorship and its impact on Ugandan history.
- DEUTSCHLAND UM 1980: Fotografien aus einem fernen Land
The period around 1980 was a phase of profound upheaval. A global arms race, rampant environmental destruction and rising unemployment fueled a general mood of doom, but also provided a boost to creativity.
- Die Fotografinnen Nini und Carry Hess
With Nini and Carry Hess, the focus is on two outstanding Jewish photographers from the Weimar Republic.
- Dinaya Waeyaert: Come Closer
In Come Closer by Dinaya Waeyaert you get to see the love between two women from up close.
- Donna Ferrato: Holy
This book follows a journey of exploration and documentation of the violence against women and her compromise towards justice.
- Ewan Telford: The Ecology of Dreams
A photo-text book, The Ecology of Dreams is a compendium of Los Angeles’ psychological landscape.
- Favorite Photobooks of 2020 (1)
(1): Martin and Inge Riebeek: The Essential (2020); (2) John Divola: Chroma (2020); (3) No Olho da Rua (In the Eye of the Street) (2020); (4) Vivian Keulards: To Hans (2020).
- Favorite Photobooks of 2020 (2)
(1) Yurie Nagashima: Self-Portraits (2020); (2) Carlo Rusca: Turistica (2020); (3) Weegee: Weegee‘s Naked City (2020 Reprint); (4) Melanie Friend: The Plain (2020).
- Fazal Sheikh and Teju Cole: Human Archipelago
This is Fazal Sheikh and Teju Cole’s acclaimed text–image vision of a compassionate global community.
- Fotografieren hieß teilnehmen. Fotografinnen der Weimarer Republik
This volume was issued for an exhibition of female photographers of the Weimar Republic.
- Gabriele Galimberti: The Ameriguns
Gabriele Galimberti has travelled to every corner of the United States, from New York City to Honolulu, to meet proud gun-owners, and to see their firearms collections.
- Gøneja: Rituals
In Rituals, Berlin-based photographer Gøneja presents an entirely new portfolio of portraits and nudes, exploring deeply subjective and spiritually-charged thematics.
- Hanayo: Keep an Eye Shut
Keep an Eye Shut summarizes thirty years of the activities of Japanese photographer, artist, musician, and model Hanayo Nakajima.
- Hansgert Lambers: Verweilter Augenblick
This retrospective of the life’s work of the great photo enthusiast and publisher Hansgert Lambers shows images from seven decades that the artist took in Barcelona, Berlin, London, Ostrava, Paris and Prague.
- Harald Hauswald: Voll das Leben
As a co-founder of the photographers’ agency OSTKREUZ, Hauswald is one of the most important figures in German photography.
- Harri Pälviranta: Battered
Harri Pälviranta is a Finnish photographic artist and researcher. At the core of his artistic curiosity are issues relating to violence and masculinity.
- Helga Härenstam: Howling & Humans
Helga Härenstam (*1980) is a photographer based in Gothenburg, Sweden. Howling & Humans is published by Journal.
- Herlinde Koelbl: Das deutsche Wohnzimmer
Herlinde Koelbl (born October 31, 1939) is a German photographer and documentary filmmaker. The German Living Room was her first big hit with the general public in 1980.
- Isaac Diggs and Edward Hillel: Electronic Landscapes
Electronic Landscapes is a celebration of Detroit’s techno, house and hip-hop music scene.
- 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.
- Jean Baudrillard: Photographies 1985-1998
This book presents Baudrillard´s photos together with his collected texts on the theory of photography.
- Jean-Christophe Hanché: Les enfermés
Les enfermés is a book that takes its readers on the other side of our society. Jail, psychiatric hospital, detention centre.
- Jens Olof Lasthein: Far – Near
Far – Near is a visual journey to the far geographical corners of Europe and to its very center. The four corners are Iceland to the north west, the northern Ural mountains to the north east, the Caucasus to the south east and Portugal to the south west.
- Jet Swan: Material
British artist Jet Swan’s first monograph collects together the last three years of the artist’s engagement with members of the public through impromptu studio spaces.
- Jin-me Yoon: About Time
This is the first significant publication devoted to the work of Jin-me Yoon, one of Canada’s most preeminent artists.
- Jo Ractliffe: Photographs 1980 – now
This book is the first to present a comprehensive selection of the work of South African photographer Jo Ractliffe.
- John Brian King: Riviera
Riviera documents the eerie fragments of existence left behind in one city. John Brian King photographed Riviera from 2016 to 2018 in Palm Springs, California, and its surroundings.
- John Divola: Chroma
John Divola (born 1949) is an American contemporary visual artist. His images challenge the boundaries between fiction and reality, as well as the limitations of art to describe life.
- John Divola: Terminus
New work by renowned Californian artist John Divola, celebrated for his idiosyncratic combination of photography, installation, and visual arts.
- John Myers: The Guide
The Guide includes work from previous books published by RRB Photobooks plus 5 previously unpublished images.
- Jon Horvath: This Is Bliss
This Is Bliss is a transmedia narrative project investigating the vanishing roadside geography and culture of a rural Idaho town named Bliss.
- Jörg Gläscher: Der Eid | The Oath
What is the state and who represents it? This is the main topic in Jörg Gläscher’s comprehensive visual investigation.
- Joseph Rodriguez: LAPD 1994
In the mid-nineties, the LAPD was in search of a public image make-over after the Rodney King uprisings.
- Juan Barte: Freedom Tastes of Reality
Freedom Tastes of Reality is a celebration of our bodies in the era of the disembodiment of all human relations and an exploration of individual freedom.
- Juan Vicente Aliaga (Author): Ilse Bing
German photographer Ilse Bing (1899-1998) has secured her place as one of the major photographers of the 20th century. Her pioneering images during the inter-war era reveal a modern vision influenced by the impact of both the Bauhaus and Surrealism.
- Julie Blackmon: Midwest Materials
For her third monograph, Midwest Materials, Julie Blackmon has created a new body of work that sparkles with the wit, dark humor, and irony for which the artist has gained such renown.
- Karen Marshall: Between Girls
In 1985, Karen Marshall began photographing a group of teenagers in New York City.
- Katherine Longly: Hernie & Plume
Katherine Longly (1980, BE) lives and works in Brussels and graduated in photography, communications and anthropology. She pays special attention to actively involve people she works with in the construction of her projects.
- Katja Eydel: Appointed Habitus Set
The book presents three work groups by Katja Eydel all based on online research on commercial or promotional photography.
- Kavi Pujara: This Golden Mile
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.
- Keiko Nomura: Melody of Light
Melody of light is a result of the artist’s six-week stay in Wroclaw – her moving freely among a variety of places and people, themes and contexts.
- Keizo Kitajima: Photo Express: Tokyo
Photo Express: Tokyo is a facsimile of the legendary series of twelve booklets published by Keizo Kitajima in 1979.
- Keliy Anderson-Staley: On a Wet Bough
Anderson-Staley’s tintype portrait work was awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship and a Puffin Grant.
- Ken Graves and Eva Lipman: Restraint and Desire
Restraint and Desire is the culmination of a lifelong creative partnership between husband and wife Ken Graves and Eva Lipman.
- Kim Gordon: Chronicles Vol. 1 and 2
Kim Gordon (born April 28, 1953) is an American musician, singer, songwriter, visual artist, and actress.
- Koji Kitagawa: Photography
Koji Kitagawa has been a member of the SPEW collective with Daisuke Yokota and Naohiro Utagawa.
- Larry Towell: The Mennonites
Larry Towell photographed the Old Colony Mennonites in rural Ontario and Mexico between 1990 and 1999. The resulting black and white photographs formed Towell’s landmark book, The Mennonites, first published in 2000.
- Leben und Tod: Nobuyoshi Araki & Juergen Teller
Leben und Tod is the latest collaboration between these two seminal photographers and is the culmination of their joint exhibition at artspace AM, Tokyo, in 2019.
- Lewis Bush: Depravity’s Rainbow
Depravity’s Rainbow dealts with the contradictory history of space exploration, and the way that militaristic aims have often been dressed in a cloak of peaceful civilian science.
- Linda Zhengová: Catharsis
Following her academic research, Linda Zhengová now brings to the forefront a visual analysis in the form of a photobook.
- Lorenzo Castore: Glitter Blues
Glitter Blues describes the world of Sicilian transvestites living and working in Catania’s neighbourhood San Berillo, that has always been the red-light district.
- Lottie Davies: Quinn
Quinn by photographer, artist and writer Lottie Davies is a prescient and timely meditation on grief, loss, loneliness, the search for meaning, and the possibility of redemption through time and landscape.
- Lucas Foglia: Summer After
Published on the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, this portraits recall what it was like to live in New York the following summer.
- Luce Lebart: Inventions — 1915-1938
This publication accompanies the exhibition La saga des inventions,
du masque à gaz à la machine à laver at Croisière Arles (1 July – 22 September 2019).
- Luis Baylón: Baylón. Madrid en plata
Baylón. Madrid en plata gathers a selection of black-and-white works by the well-known photographer of Madrid Luis Baylón.
- Luo Yang: Carpe Diem
Carpe Diem gathers together two of Luo’s seminal series – Girls and Youth – alongside miscellaneous photographs shot throughout the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s.
- Manuela Lorente: Él pone la música, nosotros bailamos
This is the story of a heist carried out by a family of smalltime criminals and their circle of endearing crooks.
- Mao Ishikawa: Morika’s Dreams / A Port Town Elegy / Red Flower, The Women of Okinawa
Mao Ishikawa was born in 1953 in Ôgimi Village, in the northern part of Okinawa.
- Margit Erb; Michael Parillo (Eds.): Unseen Saul Leiter
The first sightings of newly discovered work from Saul Leiter’s abundant archive of colour slides.
- Mark Neville: Stop Tanks With Books
Since 2015 British documentary photographer Mark Neville has been documenting life in Ukraine.
- Mark Templeton: Ocean Front Property
Ocean Front Property is the new project (photobook + cassette) by Canadian sound artist and photographer Mark Templeton.
- Martin Errichiello & Filippo Menichetti: In Quarta Persona
In Quarta Persona is the first project realized by the duo Martin Errichiello & Filippo Menichetti.
- Martina Zanin: I Made Them Run Away
This is a multi-layered story weaving together family images and photographs with texts written by the artist’s mother.
- Marvin Böhm: You’re Not As___As You Think
In 2017, Marvin Böhm’s mother was diagnosed with cancer. From then on, he began to capture his private life with a camera led by his intuition.
- Masao Yamamoto: Small Things in Silence
Small Things in Silence offers a perspective on twenty years in the career of one of Japan’s most important photographers.
- Mattia Balsamini: In Search of Appropriate Images
This work felt like an exercise to train the eye, to seek some sort of meaning in the objects, atmospheres and one’s own thoughts.
- Maura Sullivan: Things We Remember
Things We Remember invites viewers into the mysterious, elegant, and compelling world that the New York City-based photographer creates.
- Megan Doherty: Stoned in Melanchol
Megan Doherty is a photographer currently based in Derry, Northern Ireland.
- Melanie Friend: The Plain
In the 1980s and early 1990s Melanie Friend worked extensively as a photojournalist, before focusing on the wider aspects of war through long-term photographic projects.
- Michael Kerstgens: 1986 – Back to the Present
Michael Kerstgens is a professor of photography at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences.
- Michael Lesy: Snapshots 1971–77
In the summer of 1971, Michael Lesy found most of the snapshots in Snapshots 1971–77 in a dumpster behind a gigantic photo-processing plant in San Francisco.
- Michael Lesy: Walker Evans: Last Photographs & Life Stories
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.
- Michele Sibiloni: Nsenene
Michele Sibiloni is an Italian photographer. Nsenene Republic is his ongoing project about grasshopper hunting in Uganda.
- Miguel Rio Branco: Photographic Works 1968-1992
This publication presents the photographic work of the first period (1968-1992) by Brazilian artist Miguel Rio Branco.
- Mikko Kerttula: Transcendence
In his debut book Mikko Kerttula observes the everyday events at a bus terminal of a small Swedish city of Sundsvall.
- Mimi Plumb: The Golden City
Mimi Plumb’s third book focuses on her many years living in San Francisco. The pictures in The Golden City were made between 1984 and 2020.
- Mine Dal: Everybody‘s Atatürk
Everybody’s Atatürk is a visual journey through everyday life in contemporary Turkey.
- Mirjana Vrbaški: Odd Time
Odd Time juxtaposes Vrbaški’s austere portraits of women against cryptic forest scenes from the Dalmatian coast.
- Mitch Epstein: Sunshine Hotel
Sunshine Hotel assembles 175 photos made between 1969 and 2018—more than half previously unpublished.
- Moe Suzuki: Sokohi
As her father gradually loses his sight due to glaucoma, artist Moe Suzuki begins to document the daily life they share together.
- Moyra Davey and Peter Hujar: The Shabbiness of Beauty
This book originated out of an exhibition that Moyra Davey organized at Galerie Buchholz in Berlin.
- Muhammad Fadli and Fatris MF: The Banda Journal
The Banda Journal highlights the legacy of centuries-long colonization and exploitation in the remote Indonesian Banda Islands.
- Nadine Ijewere: Our Own Selves
This monograph puts together her editorial, commercial and personal work in one volume.
- Neil Folberg: A Mirror in Macedonia
Drawn to Macedonia in 1971 by its vibrant folk culture, Neil Folberg spent five months photographing the land and its people.
- Nhu Xuan Hua: Tropism, Consequences of a Displaced Memory
Nhu Xuan Hua delved into the power of memories in a piece of work titled “Tropism, Consequences of a Displaced Memory.”
- Nick Brandt: The Day May Break
It is a first part of a global series portraying people and animals that have been impacted by environmental degradation.
- Nicolas Boyer: Giri Giri
Giri Giri is a game of representations on the images conveyed by Japan through different societal archetypes.
- Nobuyoshi Araki; Nan Goldin: Tokyo Love – Spring Fever 1994
In 1994 Goldin and Araki decided to collaborate on a project about adolescents in Tokyo.
- Olaf Unverzart: Walking Distance
Five continents, three decades: with Walking Distance, Olaf Unverzart presents his interpretation of a travel diary.
- Oliver Stegmann: Circus Noir
Over 15 years Oliver Stegmann visited different circuses to take photos of what happens behind the curtains.
- Oluremi C. Onabanjo: Marilyn Nance: Last Day in Lagos
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.
- Paddy Summerfield: Home Movie
This is about falling from innocence into exile, a dark world of claustrophobic interiors, of low life bars and stained streets.
- Paolo Gasparini: Da Gorizia alle Ande
In this new editorial project, Gasparini involved two poets, Alejandro Sebastiani Verlezza and Francesco Tomada.
- Pascual Martínez &Vincent Sáez: The Saxons of Transylvania
Pascual Martínez and Vincent Sáez are two Spanish photographers whose focus is on human relations and the study of society through photography as a means of anthropological exploration.
- Paul Lowe (Author): Ernst Haas: The American West
Ernst Haas (1921-1986) is acclaimed as one of the most celebrated and influential photographers of the 20th century and considered one of the pioneers of color photography.
- Petra Barth: Anderswo / Elsewhere
Petra Barth has focused her art on memory, relating to human, social and environmental issues in rural communities worldwide.
- Phillip Prodger: Das Porträt in der Fotografie. 150 Jahre Fotogeschichte in 250 Porträts
An accessible introduction to the history and themes of photographic portraiture.
- Photobooks. Art Page by Page
The book was published in conjunction with the exhibition Photobooks. Art Page by Page, co-curated by Calin Kruse for the GRASSI Museum in Leipzig, Germany.
- Rafal Milach: I Am Warning You
I Am Warning You is a book-quadtych dedicated to three different border walls: American-Mexican, Hungarian-Serbian-Croatian and the Berlin Wall.
- Ralph Gibson: The Somnambulist
Following in the legacy of Robert Frank and William Klein, Gibson helped push contemporary photography beyond photography’s traditional bounds of factual documentation.
- Ralph Gibson: The Spirit of Burgundy
Ralph Gibson has carried on a lifelong love affair with France, passionately observing and recording the country through its most intimate details..
- Raquel Bravo: Mato Grosso
Mato Grosso by Raquel Bravo is a post-memory work that arises after the encounter with the photographic archive of her father.
- Renato Rampolla: Dignity No Matter What
Dignity No Matter What: The Light Within is a series of portraits of homeless people along with their stories.
- Richard Misrach: Notations
Richard Misrach is one of the most influential photographers of his generation. In the 1970s, he helped pioneer the renaissance of color photography and large-scale presentation that are in widespread practice today.
- Richard Mosse: Broken Spectre
Irish artist Richard Mosse’s most ambitious work to date, Broken Spectre, is a powerful response to the devastating and ongoing impact of deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest. It employs a dazzling array of photographic techniques.
- Robin Friend: Apiary
Apiary uses a cinematic lens to uncover the dark underbelly of Lewes, a town in South East England.
- Robin Graubard: Road to Nowhere
Graubard’s intimate and striking colour approach to photography found a voice of its own when she packed up and embedded herself within Eastern Europe during the early nineties.
- Roger Grasas: Ha Aretz
Named after the Hebrew term referring to the Holy Land, Ha Aretz is a reinterpretation of the biblical stories amidst a globalized world of alienation and conflict.
- Russet Lederman, Olga Yatskevich and Michael Lang (Editors): How We See: Photobooks by Women
10×10 Photobooks’ latest project presents 100 historically significant photobooks by women, as selected by female photography experts.
- Ruth Orkin: A Photo Spirit
This illustrated book celebrates Ruth Orkin’s life and work with an extensive overview of this exceptional artist’s oeuvre.
- Ryu Ika: The Second Seeing
Ryu Ika presents an energetic, almost comic book-like experience with her publication The Second Seeing.
- Sean Lotman: The Sniper Paused So He Could Wipe His Brow
The Sniper Paused So He Could Wipe His Brow is something like a journey. Fifteen years, twenty countries, ninety-five images, three parts.
- Sébastien Cuvelier: Paradise City
Paradise City follows Sébastien Cuvelier’s search through both the contemporary and ancient landscapes of Iran to locate an elusive, dreamlike version of paradise.
- Seiichi Furuya: First Trip to Bologna 1978 / Last Trip to Venice 1985
This is the seventh book in a series of titles about Furuya’s wife. In it, he revisits the first and final holidays they spent together before Christine took her own life.
- Shawn Bush: Between Gods and Animals
This project surveys the American straight white male’s endless pursuit to sustain power and the institutions that enforce their supremacy.
- Shigeru Onishi: A Metamathematical Proposition
This book presents an overview of the photographic oeuvre of Japanese mathematician and artist Shigeru Onishi .
- Simon Vansteenwinckel: Wuhan Radiography
Wuhan Radiography is a surprising series of black and white analog images taken by Belgian photographer Simon Vansteenwinckel.
- Sofía Moro: Quién merece morir?
In 2016 Sofía Moro received a Leonardo grant from the BBVA foundation to finish her work about the death penalty in five different countries: USA, Japan, Belarus, Malawi and Iran.
- Sonja Trabandt: Übermorgen Schnee
Tomorrowsʼ Snow tells a story about cancer, depression and friendship with still lifes, anonymous portraits, medical scans, landscapes and stagings.
- Stacy Arezou Mehrfar: The Moon Belongs to Everyone
Stacy Arezou Mehrfar is a visual artist working across photography, video and bookmaking.
- Stijn Huijts (Ed.): David Lynch. Someone is in my House
This new paperback edition brings together Lynch’s paintings, photography, drawings, sculpture and installation, and stills from his films.
- Sunil Gupta: London 1982
This series provides a catalogue of the Sloanes, New Romantic and pensioners who once roamed London’s streets.
- Takuma Nakahira : Circulation: Date, Place, Events
In his 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.
- Tamara Reynolds: The Drake
For four years Tamara Reynolds immersed herself in the lives of the people existing just above survival on one square block in the shadows of the Drake Motel in Nashville, Tennessee.
- Thana Faroq: I don’t recognize me in the shadows
The work explores Thana’s journey leaving war-torn Yemen and experiencing the asylum in the Netherlands.
- Thomas Boivin: Belleville
Since 2010 Thomas Boivin has been making contemplative black and white photographs of his Parisian neighbourhood and the people who live there.
- Thomas Rousset: Prabérians
Over twelve years, Thomas Rousset has probed every corner of his family village to create a surrealistic yet tender docufiction of its inhabitants.
- Tim Richmond: Love Bites
Tim Richmond composes an elegiac, sombre ode to the pressures on small-town England.
- 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.
- Tolnes Fjellestad; Greve: Starman: Sophus Tromholt Photographs 1882 – 1883
Sophus Tromholt (1851–1896) was a teacher and northern lights researcher. Starman is the first book dedicated to his photographs.
- Ulrich Wüst: Cityscapes 1979–1985
“Citiscapes”, photographed by Wüst from 1979 to 1985, is considered as his most important body of work from that period.
- Ursula Schulz-Dornburg: Huts, Temples, Castles
Unpublished images by Ursula Schulz-Dornburg capturing the improvised structures of a radical playground built by children in 1960s Amsterdam.
- Volker Hinz: Hello. Again.
This project, coinitiated by Hinz himself, offers a comprehensive overview of his work beyond his well-known series, and themes.
- Ward Long: Summer Sublet
Ward Long is a photographer living in Oakland, California. Working in his home state and the American South, Ward blends a documentary style with personal storytelling.
- Wendy Ewald: Portraits and Dreams
This revised and expanded edition of Ewald’s now-rare book, first published in 1985, offers access to a different and broadened view of the rural south over the span of 35 years.
- Will Harris: You Can Call Me Nana
A personal yet universal family memoir where a photographer confronts his grandmother’s dementia and tries to make sense of their changing relationship.
- William Eggleston: Election Eve
In 1977 William Eggleston released Election Eve containing 100 original prints in two leather-bound volumes. This new edition recreates the full original sequence of photos in a single volume.
- Wolfgang Bellwinkel: Vast Land
Between the year 849 and the present, Myanmar has had an astounding 22 capitals, while the seat of government has changed 39 times. Vast Land by Wolfgang Bellwinkel is a photographic study of the country‘s last three capitals: Mandalay (1857–1885), Yangon (1885–2005) and Naypyitaw (since 2005).
- Wolfgang Tillmans: Portraits
This is a selection of portraits, taken between 1988 to 2001, and chosen by Tillmans himself.
- Yelena Yemchuk: УYY
The publishing project brings together the author’s photographs, paintings and personal archive to bring out the essential elements of her wide-ranging and heterogeneous research.
- Yurian Quintanas Nobel: Dream Moons
Dreams Moons is a story in the first person. It mixes photography and text to tell on a journey through a bizarre dream. It takes place within the corridors and rooms of the artist’s house.
- Yutaka Takanashi: Toshi-e (Towards the City): Books on Books #6
Yutaka Takanashi’s Toshi-e (Towards the City) is a landmark two-volume set of books from one one of the founders of the avant-garde Japanese magazine Provoke.