Keizo Kitajima: USSR 1991 // European Diary 1983-1984 (Little Big Man, 2012//2019)

Keizo Kitajima was born in Nagano, Japan, in 1954, and through working with Daido Moriyama he discovered CAMP gallery in Toyko. Kitajima has exhibited and published extensively throughout his career. In 2001, he created the Photographers’ Gallery in Tokyo as a venue for exhibitions, debates and publishing.

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Short Cuts 06

Short Cuts 06 presents 4 new photobooks. It starts with Emi Anrakuji and concludes with 404 Not Found.

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Maja Daniels: Elf Dalia (Mack Books, 2019)

Maja Daniels (b.1985) is a Swedish photographer based in London. Her work is influenced by her studies in sociology and can be described as a multi-layered academic and artistic practice that includes sociological methodology, sound, moving image and archive materials.

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Muge: Going Home (2014) // Ash (2019)

Born in Chongqing in 1979, Muge currently lives in Chengdu, China. Founder of Muge Gallery. His main publications are Ash (Zen Foto Gallery, 2013 for the first edition, 2019 for the new edition) and Going Home (Jiazazhi, 2014).

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Ludovic Carème: Brésils São Paulo // Brésils Amazonie (Editions Xavier Barral, 2019)

Ludovic Carème is a photographer born in France. He lives today between Sao Paulo and Paris. Ludovic photographs celebrities and ordinary people.

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Andres Gonzalez: American Origami (Fw:Books & Light Work, 2019)

Andres Gonzalez is an educator, photographer, and visual artist living in Vallejo, California. His book, American Origami, was shortlisted for the Mack Books First Book Award and received the Light Work Photo Book Award.

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Short Cuts 05

Short Cuts 05 presents 4 new photobooks. It starts with Michael Ashkin and concludes with portraits of the Hakka.

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Jeff L. Rosenheim: diane arbus: in the beginning (Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2016)

Diane Arbus, original name Diane Nemerov, (born March 14, 1923, New York, New York, U.S.—died July 26, 1971, New York City), was an American photographer, best known for her compelling, often disturbing, portraits of people from the edges of society.

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Leonora Vicuña: Contrasombras (Editorial Ocho Libros, 2010)

Leonora Vicuña (1952) is a Chilean photographer and professor of photography, living and practicing in Santiago, Chile. A key figure in the development of the arts in Chile, Vicuña stands as one of the original founders of AFI, the seminal association of independent professional photographers in Chile.

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Allan Sekula: Fish Story (Richter Verlag, 1995)

Allan Sekula (January 15, 1951 – August 10, 2013) was an American photographer, writer, filmmaker, theorist and critic. From 1985 until his death in 2013, he taught at California Institute of the Arts.

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Dawoud Bey: Seeing Deeply (University of Texas Press, 2018)

With images ranging from street photography in Harlem to a commemoration of the 1963 Birmingham church bombing, this volume offers a forty-year career retrospective of the award-winning photographer Dawoud Bey.

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Cristina De Middel: The Afronauts (Self-Published, 2012)

Cristina de Middel (born 1975) is a Spanish documentary photographer and artist living and working in Mexico. She produced the critically acclaimed series The Afronauts in 2012, which explored the history of a failed space program in Zambia in the 1960s.

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