Al J Thompson: Remnants of an Exodus (Gnomic Book, 2021)

Remnants of an Exodus is Al J Thompson’s first monograph, a love letter to his second home of Spring Valley, a once thriving Caribbean immigrant community under threat of gentrification, just 40 minutes from New York City.

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William Klein: Painted Contacts (Prestel, 2021)

Working at the nexus of painting and photography, William Klein conceived this original series when he was in the process of reviewing other photographers’ contact sheets for a film he was making.

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Katherine Longly: Hernie & Plume (The Eriskay Connection, 2020)

Katherine Longly (1980, BE) lives and works in Brussels and graduated in photography, communications and anthropology. She pays special attention to actively involve people she works with in the construction of her projects.

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John Divola: Terminus – (Mack Books, 2021)

New work by renowned Californian artist John Divola, celebrated for his idiosyncratic combination of photography, installation, and visual arts. These photographs made in a disused air force base continue Divola’s alternative vision of California, as seen in Zuma (1977) and Vandalism (2018).

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Leben und Tod: Nobuyoshi Araki & Juergen Teller (Steidl, 2020)

Leben und Tod is the latest collaboration between these two seminal photographers and is the culmination of their joint exhibition at artspace AM, Tokyo, in 2019.

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Maria Lax: Some Kind of Heavenly Fire (Setanta Publishing, 2020)

Originally from a small town in Northern Finland, Maria is now based in London. With a background in filmmaking, she is known for her use of colour, lighting and experimental camera techniques.

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Ward Long: Summer Sublet (Deadbeat Club, 2020)

Ward Long is a photographer living in Oakland, California. Working in his home state and the American South, Ward blends a documentary style with personal storytelling.

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Wendy Ewald: Portraits and Dreams (Mack Books, 2020)

This revised and expanded edition of Ewald’s now-rare book, first published in 1985, offers access to a different and broadened view of the rural south over the span of 35 years.

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