(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)
Category: Contemporary Photography
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.
From Berlin to Saint Petersburg, via Odessa or Italy, the place of this book is ultimately the night.
The book presents three work groups by Katja Eydel all based on online research on commercial or promotional photography.
The Sniper Paused So He Could Wipe His Brow is something like a journey. Fifteen years, twenty countries, ninety-five images, three parts.
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.
As her father gradually loses his sight due to glaucoma, artist Moe Suzuki begins to document the daily life they share together.
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.
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.
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.