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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Terry Bennett: Early Japanese Images (Tuttle Publishing, 1996)

This book reproduces over 140 images taken between 1853 and 1905 by the most important local and foreign photographers then working in Japan. Important features of Early Japanese Images include a historical overview of the years 1853-1912 and the story of early Western photographers in Japan.

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Short Cuts 04

Short Cuts 04 presents 4 new photobooks. It starts with Brice Krummenacker and concludes with The Plant Collection.

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Federico Clavarino: Ukraina Passport (Fiesta Ediciones, 2011)

Federico Clavarino was born in Turin, Italy, in 1984, where he studied literature and creative writing at Holden School. He then moved to Madrid in 2007 and started studying documentary photography at BlankPaper Escuela.

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Federico Estol: Shine Heroes (El Ministerio Ediciones, 2018)

Federico Estol is an Uruguayan photographer, who graduated from the Image and Multimedia Technology Center of Politechnic University of Cataluña – BarcelonaTech. Shine Heroes (2018) is his fourth published photobook after Fiestas del Uruguay (2009), Hello Montevideo (2011) and The Treasure Island (2014).

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Ed Ruscha: Twentysix Gasoline Stations (Self-Published, 1963)

Ed Ruscha was born in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1937 and grew up in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, from 1941 to 1956. He moved to Los Angeles, California, and attended Chouinard Art Institute from 1956 to 1960. Twentysix Gasoline Stations, a publication consisting of 26 black and white photographs of gasoline stations, is his first iconic artist book.

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Dana Lixenberg: The Last Days of Shishmaref (Episode Publishers, 2009)

Dana Lixenberg (1964, Amsterdam, NL) studied photography at the London College of Printing from 1984 to 1986, and at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam from 1987 until 1989. The Last Days of Shishmaref (2008) documents an Inupiaq community on an eroding island of the coast of Alaska.

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Bernice Kolko: fotografa = photographer (Ediciones del Equilibrista, 1996)

The photographer Bernice Kolko was born in 1905 in Grayevo / Poland, from where she emigrated to the USA in 1920. One focus of her work was the accompaniment of the famous painter Frida Kahlo.

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Yoshinori Mizutani: Tokyo Parrots (Amana, 2014)

Yoshinori Mizutani (1987) graduated from the Tokyo College of Photography in 2012. He has won a number of prestigious awards including Japan Photo Award in 2013.

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Sohrab Hura: Life is Elsewhere (Ugly Dog, 2015)

Sohrab Hura (born 17 October 1981) is an Indian photographer based in New Delhi, India. He is an associate member of Magnum Photos. His self-published trilogy Sweet Life comprises the books Life is Elsewhere (2015), A Proposition for Departure (2017) and Look It’s Getting Sunny Outside!!! (2018).

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Esko Männikkö: Naarashauki: The Female Pike (Self-Published, 2000)

Esko Männikkö was born in 1959 in Pudasjärvi in the northern part of Finland. He lives and works in Oulu. He was the winner of the 2008 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize.

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