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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Katherine Longly: Hernie & Plume (The Eriskay Connection, 2020)

Katherine Longly (1980, BE) lives and works in Brussels and graduated in photography, communications and anthropology. She pays special attention to actively involve people she works with in the construction of her projects.

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Leben und Tod: Nobuyoshi Araki & Juergen Teller (Steidl, 2020)

Leben und Tod is the latest collaboration between these two seminal photographers and is the culmination of their joint exhibition at artspace AM, Tokyo, in 2019.

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Masao Yamamoto: Small Things in Silence – Second edition (RM, 2020)

Born in 1957 in Gamagori, in the Japanese prefecture of Aichi, Masao Yamamoto is a photographer who began his art studies as an oil painter under the supervision of Goro Saito in his hometown. Small Things in Silence offers a perspective on twenty years in the career of one of Japan’s most important photographers.

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Ragnar Axelsson: Arctic Heroes (Kehrer, 2020)

In his recent book Hetjur norðurslóða (Arctic Heroes) Icelandic photographer Ragnar Axelsson takes a poignant look at the fate of the Greenland sled dog.

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Ward Long: Summer Sublet (Deadbeat Club, 2020)

Ward Long is a photographer living in Oakland, California. Working in his home state and the American South, Ward blends a documentary style with personal storytelling.

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Jindrich Štreit: Village People 1965–1990 (Buchkunst Berlin, 2020)

Jindrich Štreit is an exceptional chronicler and narrator. In the 1970s and 1980s, the time of the communist hardliner regime, he describes in his authentic black and white photographs the country life in the former Czechoslovak Socialist Republic.

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