This is the seventh book in a series of titles about Furuya’s wife. In it, he revisits the first and final holidays they spent together before Christine took her own life.
Tim Richmond composes an elegiac, sombre ode to the pressures on small-town England.
Over the course of 92 pages and 50 photographs, Martin Bogren takes us on a metaphysical journey through Kolkata (formerly Calcutta).
For four years Tamara Reynolds immersed herself in the lives of the people existing just above survival on one square block in the shadows of the Drake Motel in Nashville, Tennessee.
Mimi Plumb’s third book focuses on her many years living in San Francisco. The pictures in The Golden City were made between 1984 and 2020.
The photozine contains portraits and testimonies of women who attended the vigils for the vote on the law legalizing abortion in Argentina in December 2020, from the first minute to the final vote.
Since 2015 British documentary photographer Mark Neville has been documenting life in Ukraine.
The book was published in conjunction with the exhibition Photobooks. Art Page by Page, co-curated by Calin Kruse for the GRASSI Museum in Leipzig, Germany.
Anne Morgenstern (*1976 in Leipzig) studied photography in Munich and Zurich, where she lives and works.
Angelo Bonetti is a visual artist who works with photography, mainly a self-taught photographer who over the years has pursued and developed his own language.
In 1976 Chas Gerretsen was hired by Francis Ford Coppola as the still photographer for his masterpiece Apocalypse Now.
I Am Warning You is a book-quadtych dedicated to three different border walls: American-Mexican, Hungarian-Serbian-Croatian and the Berlin Wall.