Ronghui Chen: Freezing Land (Jiazazhi Press, 2020)

Ronghui Chen is a Chinese photographer and storyteller based in Shanghai/ New Haven, whose work focuses on China’s urbanization. Known for his interest in the issues arising from the position of the individual within the urbanization and industrialization of China, Chen published his first collection of photographs named Chen Ronghui, now part of China’s Contemporary Photography Catalog.

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Bérangère Fromont: I don’t want to disappear completely (September Books, 2018)

French photographer Bérangère Fromont (1975) first studied film and literature at the Sorbonne before deepening her photographic practice with photographers such as Claudine Doury and Antoine d’Agata. Her work has been exhibited worldwide and has been featured in various web and paper publications.

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Chris Suspect: Old Customs (Self-Published, 2020)

Chris Suspect is a street and documentary photographer hailing from the Washington, DC area. His street work specializes in capturing absurd and profound moments in the quotidian and his documentary work is the result of deep dives for years at a time into various subcultures.

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Huma Rosentalski: 1990 DDR (Hands on Papers, 2020)

February 1990, commissioned by Philippe Morris, Huma Rosentalski travelled through the still existing GDR.

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Cindy Sherman: Retrospective (Thames and Hudson, 1997)

Cindy Sherman (American, b. 1954) is widely recognized as one of the most important and influential artists in contemporary art. Throughout her career, she has presented a sustained, eloquent, and provocative exploration of the construction of contemporary identity and the nature of representation.

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Mayumi Hosokura: New Skin (Mack Books, 2020)

Mayumi Hosokura (b. 1979, Japan) was recipient of 2011 FOAM magazine Talent award. She has exhibited widely in Japan, with exhibitions including at FOTOGRAFIA, Rome (2011) and FOAM, Amsterdam (2011).

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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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Ingvar Kenne: Citizen – Portraits 1997-2012 (2012)

Ingvar Kenne (b.1965 in Sweden) studied Photography Bachelor of Arts at the University of Gothenburg between 1988-1991. In 2009 he won the National Photographic Portrait Prize at NPG in Canberra.

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Pieter Hugo: There’s A Place in Hell for Me and My Friends (oodee ,2012)

Pieter Hugo’s There’s a Place in Hell for Me & My Friends is a series of close-up portraits of the artist and his friends, all of whom call South Africa home.

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Patrick Waterhouse: Restricted Images – Made With the Warlpiri of Central Australia (SPBH Editions, 2019)

Patrick Waterhouse (b. 1981) is an artist whose work spans photography, drawing, slow journalism, graphic design, sculpture and many other disciplines. His practice involves in-depth research, often working in communities and collaborating with other artists, researchers and writers.

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Timm Rautert: Germans in Uniform (Steidl, 2018)

German photographer Timm Rautert’s (born 1941) series Germans in Uniform from 1974 presenting a range of Germans in their professional attire is now available in English in this expanded version.

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Lieko Shiga: Rasen Kaigan (AKAAKA Art Publishing, 2013)

Lieko Shiga was born in 1980 in the prefecture of Aichi and lives and works in Sendai, Japan. She studied at Chelsea University of Art and Design, London, graduating with a BA in Fine Arts New Media in 2004. She received the coveted Kimura Ihei Photography Award in 2008.

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