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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Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness (Aperture, 2018)

Zanele Muholi (born in Umlazi, South Africa, 1972) is a visual activist and photographer, cofounder of the Forum for the Empowerment of Women, and founder of Inkanyiso, a forum for queer and visual media.

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John Cohen; Walking in the light (Steidl, 2015)

John Cohen (born August 2, 1932, in Queens, New York) is a founding member of the New Lost City Ramblers as well as a musicologist, photographer and filmmaker. Walking in the Light is John Cohen’s photographic journey towards and through gospel music.

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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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Julia Baier: Sentō 銭湯 (Peperoni Books, 2008)

In the summer of 2005 Julia Baier first discovered the Japanese culture of bathing and out of this experience grew the publication – Sentō 銭湯 – the Japanese Bath-house.

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Jitka Hanzlová: Hier (Koenig Books, 2013)

Czech artist Jitka Hanzlová uses photography to address the ways in which one’s homeland and surrounding environment shape identity.

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Fotofobia #7: Anno Dittmer / Flashbacks 1981 – 1988 West-Berlin (Fotofobia, 2015)

The walled-in West Berlin of the eighties was a melting pot of punk, post-punk and neo-Dada, new experimental music and performance art. And there in the midst of it is Anno Dittmer, clicking away with his camera.

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