Maude Arsenault: Entangled (Deadbeat Club, 2020)

Maude Arsenault is a photographer, artist and curator and the mother of three children. Entangled encapsulates a pivotal moment for Maude Arsenault’s work, representing a shift in perspective and personal responsibility.

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Damian Heinisch: 45 (Mack Books, 2020)

The photographer’s journey, which takes him from Ukraine to Oslo through present-day Europe, is inspired by train journeys taken by relatives in 1945 and 1978, leading them to death or freedom. The book’s narrative challenges the issue of forced immigration within the boundaries of Europe’s past and present.

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Koji Takiguchi: Sou (Little Big Man Books, 2014)

His publication Sou is Koji Takiguchi’s pure confrontation with family life and death.

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Buck Ellison: Living Trust (Loose Joints, 2020)

LA-based Ellison’s work broadly investigates the language of privilege through meticulously researched images, often executed through staged settings and performative interventions.

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Tina Barney Photographs: Theater of Manners (Scalo, 1997)

Tina Barney was born in 1945 in New York. Since 1975, she has been producing large-scale photographs of family and friends. Her meticulous tableaux chronicle the complexity of interpersonal relationships.

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Ralph Eugene Meatyard: Stages for Being (University of Kentucky Art Museum, 2019)

Ralph Eugene Meatyard (1925 – 1972) made his living as an optician in Lexington while creating enigmatic photographs featuring friends and family members posed in abandoned places, often wearing masks or enacting symbolic gestures.

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Sohrab Hura: Life is Elsewhere (Ugly Dog, 2015)

Sohrab Hura (born 17 October 1981) is an Indian photographer based in New Delhi, India. He is an associate member of Magnum Photos. His self-published trilogy Sweet Life comprises the books Life is Elsewhere (2015), A Proposition for Departure (2017) and Look It’s Getting Sunny Outside!!! (2018).

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Richard Billingham: Ray’s a Laugh ( Scalo Publishers, 2000)

Photographer and painter Richard Billingham (born 1970) grew up in a cramped, high-rise tenement apartment with his mother and father in Birmingham, England. Ray’s a Laugh is an intimate glimpse into the lives of his close family.

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Nobuyoshi Araki: Silent Wishes (Bibliothek der Provinz, 2008)

Except for a handful of photos from Araki’s Love by Leica series, the book is devoted to loving photos of Nobuyoshi Araki’s wife Yoko. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Rupertinum Oct. 4, 2008-Jan. 11, 2009.

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