Gui Christ: Fissura (Self-published, 2020)

Since 2015, Gui Christ has carried out documentary and editorial works, mixing the creative style of advertising with the narrative of photojournalism in series with marginal realities.

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Marvin Böhm: You’re Not As___As You Think (Kettler, 2020)

In 2017, Marvin Böhm’s mother was diagnosed with cancer. From then on, he began to capture his private life with a camera–led by his intuition. He had little interest in chronicling her suffering and illness: Böhm’s main goal was to “carry on” and continue into the future. His incessant interaction with the resulting images soon turned into a sort of therapy.

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Favorite Photobooks of 2020 (2)

Favorite Photobooks of 2020 (2): Yurie Nagashima: Self-Portraits (Dashwood Books, 2020); Carlo Rusca: Turistica (Witty Books, 2020); Weegee: Weegee‘s Naked City (Damiani; ICP, 2020 Reprint); Melanie Friend: The Plain (Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2020).

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Favorite Photobooks of 2020 (1)

Favorite Photobooks of 2020 (1): Martin and Inge Riebeek: The Essential (The Eriskay Connection, 2020); John Divola: Chroma (Skinnerboox, 2020); No Olho da Rua (In the Eye of the Street) (Mörel Books, 2020); Vivian Keulards: To Hans (Schilt Publishing, 2020).

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Clayton Anderson: Kicking Sawdust: Running Away with the Circus and Carnival (Daylight, 2020)

Kicking Sawdust is a series of photos taken from 1988-1992 while on the road with the circus, carnival and sideshows. It is a personal documentation of friends and people Clayton Anderson encountered in his daily life while working and traveling in his family’s food business.

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Sonja Trabandt: Übermorgen Schnee (Hartmann Books, 2020)

Tomorrowsʼ Snow tells a story about cancer, depression and friendship with still lifes, anonymous portraits, medical scans, landscapes and stagings.

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Melanie Friend: The Plain (Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2020)

In the 1980s and early 1990s Melanie Friend worked extensively as a photojournalist, before focusing on the wider aspects of war through long-term photographic projects. The Plain continues Friend’s investigation of everyday militarisation, revealing how war is embedded in this most English of landscapes.

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Pascual Martínez &Vincent Sáez: The Saxons of Transylvania (Overlapse, 2019)

Pascual Martínez and Vincent Sáez are two Spanish photographers working in collaboration. Their focus is on human relations and the study of society through photography as a means of anthropological exploration.

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