Short Cuts 03

Short Cuts 03 presents 4 new photobooks. It starts with April Dawn Alison and concludes with an Atlas of Forms.

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Ralph Gibson: The Spirit of Burgundy (Aperture, 1994)

Ralph Gibson has carried on a lifelong love affair with France, passionately observing and recording the country through its most intimate details.. In The Spirit of Burgundy local cuisine, architecture, customs, wine cultivation, landscape, and the Burgundians themselves are the ongoing visual themes.

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Vasantha Yogananthan and his project A Myth of Two Souls (2013-ongoing)

Born in 1985, Vasantha Yogananthan lives and works in Paris. His photographic practice addresses the space between documentary and fiction.
A Myth of Two Souls will be published in seven photobooks between 2016-2020, one per chapter of the epic.

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Guido Guidi: In Sardegna: 1974, 2011 (Mack Books, 2019)

Guido Guidi (b. 1941, Cesena, Italy) lives and works in Cesena. His work, spanning over more than 40 years, has focused on rural and suburban landscapes in Italy and Europe.

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Sybren Vanoverberghe: 2099 // Conference of the Birds (Art Paper Editions, 2018 // 2019)

Sybren Vanoverberghe (°1996, Kortrijk) is an artist based in Ghent, Belgium. His work functions as an analysis of the correlation between place and time and the ever recurring cycle of history.

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Short Cuts 02

Short Cuts 02 presents 4 new photobooks. It starts witch Mark Power and concludes with an insight into the bustling world of yesterdays Istanbul.

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Tono Arias: Encarnados (Dispara, 2019)

Encarnados is a photographic project about the Galician carnival (Entroido) in which Tono Arias has been working for more than a decade.

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Kazuyoshi Usui and his Showa Trilogy

Japanese photographer Kazuyoshi Usui began his Showa project series in the early 2000s, in the midst of Japan’s Heisei era. Usui’s series imagines a world in which Japan’s Showa era did not end in 1989 but continued until today.

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Lena Fritsch: Ravens and Red Lipstick – Japanese Photography since 1945 (Thames & Hudson, 2018)

This volume provides one of the first overviews of Japanese photography to be published in English. Drawing on extensive research, Lena Fritsch traces the development of Japanese photography chronologically, from the severity of post-war Realism to the diverse ingenuity of photography in contemporary Japan. Lena Fritsch is Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the…

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Short Cuts 01

Short Cuts 01 presents 4 new photobooks. It starts with Chad Moore and concludes with ESA’s historic Rosetta mission.

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Jim Jocoy: Order of Appearance (TBW Books, 2017)

Jim Jocoy was born 1952 in South Korea to a Korean mother and a U.S. Army soldier. In 1969 the family settled in Sunnyvale, California, and in 1976, at the start of the San Francisco punk scene, Jocoy became a student at UC Santa Cruz.

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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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