The book combines photographic material and texts that revolve around the permanent in-between state that is inseparable from the notion of migration. What happens when you’re forced to leave something behind and start a new elsewhere?
Category: Black and White Photography
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.
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.
Five continents, three decades: with Walking Distance, Olaf Unverzart presents his interpretation of a travel diary.
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.
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.
(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)
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.
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.
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.
Wuhan Radiography is a surprising series of black and white analog images taken by Belgian photographer Simon Vansteenwinckel.
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.