Seiichi Furuya & Christine Gössler: Face to face (Chose Commune, 2020)

In 1973, Seiichi Furuya left Japan for Europe. He arrived in Austria where he first settled in Vienna,
before moving to Graz where he met Christine Gössler in 1978. From this day forward, he started photographing her, in the intimacy of their home in Graz but also during their travels abroad.

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Narelle Autio: The place in between (Stanley/Barker, 2020)

Narelle Autio was born in Adelaide, Australia in 1969. After studying Visual Arts at the University of South Australia, she began her career as a photojournalist, working all over Australia and also travelling through Europe and the United States.

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Bertrand Cavalier: Concrete Doesn’t Burn (Fw:Books, 2020)

Bertrand Cavalier investigates how political upheaval becomes visible in the urban landscape and how this affects the lives of the people who live in it. He photographs places that have been marked by armed conflicts in the past.

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Antone Dolezal & Lara Shipley: Devil’s Promenade (Overlapse, 2021)

Dolezal and Shipley return to their home region of the Ozarks in the American Midwest, where locals persist in their search for a legendary floating orb of light that can only be seen from the Devil’s Promenade.

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Mark Steinmetz: Berlin Pictures (Kominek Books, 2020)

From 2012 to 2019 Mark Steinmetz took photos on the streets of Berlin. This work now comes together in the book Berlin Pictures, published by Kominek Books in 2020.

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Daniela Pérez Reverón: Retratos Bs. As. (Vaciarte, 2020)

Vaciarte es una plataforma subcultural creada por Finnish artist Henrik Malmström y sus colaboradores en 2015. La plataforma intenta generar, cuestionar y fomentar la cultura visual en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.

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Mårten Lange: Ghost Witness (Loose Joints, 2020)

Mårten Lange (born 1984, Gothenburg, Sweden) is an artist working on a wide range of topics including nature, technology and the urban environment. He has published several books, including Citizen (Études Books, 2015), Another Language (MACK, 2012), The Mechanism (MACK 2017) and Chicxulub (self-published, 2016).

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Ariko Inaoka: Eagle and Raven (Akaaka, 2020)

Eagle and Raven is a book of seven summers that Ariko Inaoka spent in Iceland, photographing the twin sisters Erna (Eagle) and Hrefna (Raven). The sisters grew from 9 to 16 years of age during the series.

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Short Cuts 17

Short Cuts 17 presents 4 new photobooks: (1) Julião Sarmento: Café Bissau (Pierre von Kleist, 2020) (2) Stephen Berkman (Ed.): Predicting the Past—Zohar Studios: The Lost Years (Hat & Beard, 2020) (3) plant petter (Self-published, 2020) (4) Gerry Johansson: Ehime (T&M Projects, 2020).

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Shinya Arimoto: Tokyo Debugger (Zen Foto Gallery, 2020)

Shinya Arimoto’s third publication with Tokyo-based publisher Zen Foto Gallery is a deep dive into the world of bugs, critters and insects. Shot between 2010 and 2019, Arimoto travelled to the mountainous areas of Okutama and Hinohara – far away from the city but still part of Tokyo Prefecture.

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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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Jerry Berndt: Beautiful America (Steidl, 2018)

Jerry Berndt documented the period between 1968 and 1980 in America like no other photographer. Personally involved in the anti-Vietnam War activities of the 1960s, Berndt’s work combines photojournalism with documentary, conceptual and street photography to create a
unique view of America’s social constitution during these decisive years.

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