Katherine Longly: Hernie & Plume (The Eriskay Connection, 2020)

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.

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Vincent Kohlbecher: Its Flower Is Hard To Find (Hartmann Books, 2021)

Over a period of four years Vincent Kohlbecher visited Poland numerous times. He found motifs that took him back to his childhood, to the Catholic faith, to German history, in Gdańsk, Warsaw, Kraków, Płaszów, Majdanek, and Auschwitz.

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John Divola: Terminus – (Mack Books, 2021)

New work by renowned Californian artist John Divola, celebrated for his idiosyncratic combination of photography, installation, and visual arts. These photographs made in a disused air force base continue Divola’s alternative vision of California, as seen in Zuma (1977) and Vandalism (2018).

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Leben und Tod: Nobuyoshi Araki & Juergen Teller (Steidl, 2020)

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.

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Zosia Prominska: Future Perfect (Kehrer, 2021)

The book Future Perfect is an impressive collection of portraits of prepubescent models photographed by Zosia Prominska. Carefully staged within the intimate spaces of their bedrooms and surrounded by small details reflecting their teenage or even childish reality, they are styled in the latest collections of Poland’s best designers to resemble the models they themselves dream to become.

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Masao Yamamoto: Small Things in Silence – Second edition (RM, 2020)

Born in 1957 in Gamagori, in the Japanese prefecture of Aichi, Masao Yamamoto is a photographer who began his art studies as an oil painter under the supervision of Goro Saito in his hometown. Small Things in Silence offers a perspective on twenty years in the career of one of Japan’s most important photographers.

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Joseph Rodriguez: LAPD 1994 (The Artist Edition, 2020)

In the mid-nineties, the LAPD was in search of a public image make-over after the Rodney King uprisings. As part of these efforts, the LAPD gave photographer Joseph Rodriguez unprecedented access to document the officers in the field for The New York Times, hoping to give the public an image of a “kinder, gentler cop”, as the headline put it.

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Ângela Berlinde: Transa – baladas do último sol (Jhannia Castro, 2020)

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 in order to create a story inspired by the myth of Iracema, the “virgin of honey lips” from José de Alencar’s novel.

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