Gabriele Galimberti: The Ameriguns (Dewi Lewis & Skinnerboox, 2020)

Photographer 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. He has photographed people and guns in their homes and neighbourhoods.

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Sonja Trabandt: Übermorgen Schnee (Hartmann Books, 2020)

Tomorrowsʼ Snow tells a story about cancer, depression and friendship with still lifes, anonymous portraits, medical scans, landscapes and stagings.

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Miguel Rio Branco: Photographic Works 1968-1992 (RM / Toluca Editions / Le Bal, 2020)

This publication presents the photographic work of the first period (1968-1992) by Brazilian artist Miguel Rio Branco, a major figure of contemporary art in his country, known worldwide as a painter, photographer, filmmaker, and creator of multimedia installations.

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Mihai Barabancea: Falling on Blades (Edition Patrick Frey, 2020)

Mihai Barabancea’s photography is raw, vivid and poetical at the same time. He won the Gomma Prix Award 2017.

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Andy Sewell: Known and Strange Things Pass (Skinnerboox, 2020)

Andy Sewell’s first book The Heath was a winner of the International Photobook Award 2012 and is included in Martin Parr’s The Photobook: A History Vol. III. The photographs in this book are taken on either side of the Atlantic in places where the Internet is concentrated.

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Chris Suspect: Old Customs (Self-Published, 2020)

Chris Suspect is a street and documentary photographer hailing from the Washington, DC area. His street work specializes in capturing absurd and profound moments in the quotidian and his documentary work is the result of deep dives for years at a time into various subcultures.

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Melanie Friend: The Plain (Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2020)

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. The Plain continues Friend’s investigation of everyday militarisation, revealing how war is embedded in this most English of landscapes.

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Brenton Hamilton: A Blue Idyll – Cyanotypes and Dreams (Schilt Publishing, 2020)

For over 25 years visual artist and historian Brenton Hamilton has created a sustained body of work, mostly concentrated within the historic processes employing XIX century photography techniques, such as gum bichromate forms, platinum, collodion ambrotypes on black glass, French variants of paper calotype and the embellished cyanotype.

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