Jet Swan: Material

British artist Jet Swan’s first monograph collects together the last three years of the artist’s engagement with members of the public through impromptu studio spaces, such as an empty shopfront inside a commercial mall in Scarborough, northeast England, and a repurposed community hall in Ramsgate, Kent, where the artist lives and works.

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Moyra Davey and Peter Hujar: The Shabbiness of Beauty

This book originated out of an exhibition that Moyra Davey organized at Galerie Buchholz in Berlin. For this, Moyra Davey delved into Peter Hujar’s archives and emerged mainly with little-known, scarcely seen images. In response to these, Davey created her own images that draw out an idiosyncratic selection of shared subjects.

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Gøneja: Rituals (Self Published, 2021)

In his second photo-book Rituals, Berlin-based photographer Gøneja presents an entirely new portfolio of portraits and nudes, exploring deeply subjective and spiritually-charged thematics.

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Rene Maurin: A Manual for Silence (Self Published, 2019)

Rene Maurin (*1971) is a Slovene author marked by infidelity to mediums as he roams cinematic, stage, and recent, photographic expressions.

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Zosia Prominska: Future Perfect (Kehrer, 2021)

The book Future Perfect is an impressive collection of portraits of prepubescent models photographed by Zosia Prominska. Carefully staged within the intimate spaces of their bedrooms and surrounded by small details reflecting their teenage or even childish reality, they are styled in the latest collections of Poland’s best designers to resemble the models they themselves dream to become.

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Jackie Nickerson: Field Test (Kerber, 2020)

The series, Field Test, is a further elaboration on Nickerson’s long-term interest in how people inhabit, experience and impact on the world around them, and how their circumstances shape and define their lives.

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