Gulnara Samoilova (Ed.): Women Street Photographers

With a rising number of women throughout the world picking up their cameras and capturing their surroundings, this book explores the work of 100 women and the experiences behind their greatest images.

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Thana Faroq: I don’t recognize me in the shadows (Lecturis, 2020)

The work explores Thana’s journey leaving war-torn Yemen and experiencing the asylum in the Netherlands. She made this book to figure out how everything happened – to figure out the war, the escape, the transition, and the unfamiliar.

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Jaakko Kahilaniemi: 100 hectares of understanding (Kehrer, 2021)

Finland is one of the most forested countries in the world. Almost 75 percent of the country is covered by forests – that’s over 26 million hectares of which Jaakko Kahilaniemi owns 100 hectares. His conceptual project 100 Hectares of Understanding is his attempt to understand the forest area he inherited.

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Ana Núñez Rodríguez: Flor de Roca (Simulacro Ediciones, 2021)

Flor de Roca proposes an exercise in the search for (the life around) emeralds, tracing a journey through the mystery that surrounds the stone, focusing on the guaquería as a mining practice on the way to extinction.

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Brad Feuerhelm & Nun Gun: Mondo Decay (Witty Books, 2021)

Mondo Decay is a publication that combine a book by the visual artist Brad Feuerhelm and a music cassette from the band Nun Gun.

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Kiluanji Kia Henda: Travelling to the Sun through the Night (Steidl, 2018)

Travelling to the Sun through the Night assembles photographs predominantly of Angola and its elusive capital, Luanda, from 2005 to 2013.

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Will Harris: You Can Call Me Nana (Overlapse, 2021)

A personal yet universal family memoir where a photographer confronts his grandmother’s dementia and tries to make sense of their changing relationship.

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