Camillo Pasquarelli: Monsoons never cross the mountains (Witty Books, 2020)

In the last five years Camillo Pasquarelli (*1988, Italy) has been working extensively in the valley of Kashmir, India, at first documenting the political conflict between the population and the Indian administration, and later trying to explore a more personal and oneiric approach to the issue.

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Ragnar Axelsson: Arctic Heroes (Kehrer, 2020)

In his recent book Hetjur norðurslóða (Arctic Heroes) Icelandic photographer Ragnar Axelsson takes a poignant look at the fate of the Greenland sled dog.

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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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Volker Hinz: Hello. Again. (Hartmann Books, 2021)

This project, coinitiated by Hinz himself, offers a comprehensive overview of his work beyond his well-known pictures, series, and themes, thus proving what a precise judge of character and an astute observer he was.

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John Cohen: Look up to the moon (Steidl, 2020)

In the summer of 1955 a relatively naive and uninformed John Cohen crossed the straits of Gibraltar. He arrived in Tangier with a handwritten note in cursive Arabic; the man who had composed it in New York had told him to “keep this paper far from your passport.”

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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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Jindrich Štreit: Village People 1965–1990 (Buchkunst Berlin, 2020)

Jindrich Štreit is an exceptional chronicler and narrator. In the 1970s and 1980s, the time of the communist hardliner regime, he describes in his authentic black and white photographs the country life in the former Czechoslovak Socialist Republic.

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William Eggleston: Election Eve – New Edition (Steidl, 2020)

In 1977 William Eggleston released Election Eve, his first and most elaborate artist’s book, containing 100 original prints in two leather-bound volumes. This new Steidl edition recreates the full original sequence of photos in a single volume.

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