Vasantha Yogananthan: Afterlife (Chose Commune, 2020)

Drawing inspiration from the imagery associated with The Ramayana and its pervasiveness in everyday Indian life, the 7-book project A Myth of Two Souls mixes daily life with staged pictures combining a wide range of techniques, including colour photography, hand-painted photography and collages.

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Brenton Hamilton: A Blue Idyll – Cyanotypes and Dreams (Schilt Publishing, 2020)

For over 25 years visual artist and historian Brenton Hamilton has created a sustained body of work, mostly concentrated within the historic processes employing XIX century photography techniques, such as gum bichromate forms, platinum, collodion ambrotypes on black glass, French variants of paper calotype and the embellished cyanotype.

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Toshiko Okanoue: The Miracle Of Silence (Seigensha, 2019)

This exhibit catalogue accompanied the largest one-artist show ever of the surreal photo collages of Toshiko Okanoue at Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum in 2019.

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Mayumi Hosokura: New Skin (Mack Books, 2020)

Mayumi Hosokura (b. 1979, Japan) was recipient of 2011 FOAM magazine Talent award. She has exhibited widely in Japan, with exhibitions including at FOTOGRAFIA, Rome (2011) and FOAM, Amsterdam (2011).

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Catherine Balet: Moods in a Room (Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2020)

Catherine Balet graduated from the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and worked as a painter before turning to photography.

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Max de Esteban: Heads Will Roll (Hatje Cantz, 2014)

Max de Esteban (* 1959 in Barcelona) is an artist working mostly in photography and video whose work is best known for his examination of the human condition under a technological regime.

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Amani Willett: The Disappearance of Joseph Plummer (Overlapse, 2017)

A curious tale exploring the history and mythology of a reclusive man living in central New Hampshire 200 years ago. Amani Willett’s photographs track this hermit’s overgrown trail through land his family now owns.

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Katrien De Blauwer: Why I Hate Cars (Libraryman, 2019)

Following her previous book When I Was a Boy, Katrien De Blauwer (b. 1969, Belgian) continues to explore her medium of « photography without a camera » in the monograph Why I Hate Cars.

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John Stezaker: Lost World (Ridinghouse, 2017)

British Conceptual artist John Stezaker (b. 1949) is known for his distinctive, often deceptively simple, collages. In 2011, he had a retrospective at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, and, in 2012, he won the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize, even though he does not take photographs.

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Taking Shots: The Photography of William S. Burroughs (Prestel, 2014)

William S. Burroughs (1914-1997) was an influential American novelist, essayist and artist, and a cult icon. Coinciding with the centenary of Burroughs’ birth, Taking shots was the first major exhibition worldwide to focus on his large photographic oeuvre.

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