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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Duane Michals: Empty New York (Enitharmon Editions, 2018)

Duane Michals (b. 1932, McKeesport, PA) is one of the great photographic innovators of the last century, widely known for his work with series, multiple exposures, and text. In 1964, he began to document New York City in an unfamiliar guise, virtually empty of inhabitants at dawn or dusk.

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Stephen Shore: The Gardens At Giverny: A View of Monet’s World (Aperture, 1983)

Stephen Shore (born October 8, 1947) is an American photographer known for his images of banal scenes and objects in the United States, and for his pioneering use of color in art photography.

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Abigail Heyman: Growing up female: A personal photojournal (Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1974)

Abigail Heyman (August 1, 1942 – August 28, 2013) was an American photographer and feminist. Her 1974 book Growing Up Female became an important text for the feminist movement.

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Wright Morris: L’essence du visible (Editions Xavier Barral, 2019)

This first monograph of Wright Morris in French coincides with the first important exhibition in France at the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation in Paris (June 18 – September 29, 2019).

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Lee Friedlander: Signs // The Mind and the Hand (Fraenkel Gallery // Eakins Press Foundation, 2019)

Lee Friedlander (born 1934) began photographing in 1948. From 1953 to 1955, Friedlander studied photography with Edward Kaminski at the Art Center School, Los Angeles, California. He has been a freelance photographer since 1955. His work was included in the influential 1967 exhibition New Documents at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, curated by John Szarkowski.…

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Mark Ruwedel: Message From the Exterior // Ouarzazate (Mack, 2016//18)

Mark Ruwedel (born June 11, 1954) is an American landscape photographer and educator. He has made work depicting evidence of human presence in remote, barren and desert regions of North America, predominantly in black and white.

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Talia Chetrit: Showcaller (Mack, 2019)

Showcaller is the first monograph of New York-based artist Talia Chetrit (born 1982, Washington D.C.). Her work includes self-portraits, portraits of family members, lovers, and friends, nudes, still lifes, and cityscapes.

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Kim Gordon: Chronicles Vol. 1 and 2 (Nieves Books, 2005/7)

Kim Gordon (born April 28, 1953) is an American musician, singer, songwriter, visual artist, and actress. She rose to prominence as a bassist, guitarist, and vocalist in the alternative rock band Sonic Youth (1981-2011).

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Justine Kurland: Highway Kind (Aperture, 2016)

Justine Kurland was born in 1969 in Warsaw, New York. She received her BFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York in 1996, and her MFA from Yale University in 1998. She is known for her utopian photographs of American landscapes and the fringe communities, both real and imagined, that inhabit them.

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Edmund Clark and Crofton Black: Negative Publicity: Artefacts of Extraordinary Rendition (Aperture, 2016)

British photographer Edmund Clark and counterterrorism investigator Crofton Black have assembled photographs and documents that confront the nature of contemporary warfare and the invisible mechanisms of state control.

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John Cohen; Walking in the light (Steidl, 2015)

John Cohen (born August 2, 1932, in Queens, New York) is a founding member of the New Lost City Ramblers as well as a musicologist, photographer and filmmaker. Walking in the Light is John Cohen’s photographic journey towards and through gospel music.

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