Jet Swan: Material

British artist Jet Swan’s first monograph collects together the last three years of the artist’s engagement with members of the public through impromptu studio spaces, such as an empty shopfront inside a commercial mall in Scarborough, northeast England, and a repurposed community hall in Ramsgate, Kent, where the artist lives and works.

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Olivia Lavergne: Jungles

Since 2011, Olivia Lavergne has been working on the perception and metamorphosis of landscapes, both artificial and natural. In her latest work she has explored the mythical dimension of forests, playing with themes of storytelling and ethnographical research.

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Nicolas Boyer: Giri Giri

Giri Giri is a game of representations on the images conveyed by Japan through different societal archetypes. A series of snapshots of the “exotic” imaginary that has been built up over a century since the opening of the Meiji era.

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Ryu Ika: The Second Seeing

Ryu Ika, Grand Prix winner of the 21st 1_WALL photography competition in 2019, presents an energetic, almost comic book-like experience with her publication “The Second Seeing.”

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Rene Maurin: A Manual for Silence (Self Published, 2019)

Rene Maurin (*1971) is a Slovene author marked by infidelity to mediums as he roams cinematic, stage, and recent, photographic expressions.

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Jackie Nickerson: Field Test (Kerber, 2020)

The series, Field Test, is a further elaboration on Nickerson’s long-term interest in how people inhabit, experience and impact on the world around them, and how their circumstances shape and define their lives.

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Mihai Barabancea: Falling on Blades (Edition Patrick Frey, 2020)

Mihai Barabancea’s photography is raw, vivid and poetical at the same time. He won the Gomma Prix Award 2017.

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Fotografieren hieß teilnehmen. Fotografinnen der Weimarer Republik ( Museum Folkwang, 1994)

This volume was issued for an exhibition of female photographers of the Weimar Republic which was shown at the Museum Folkwang (Essen), Fundacio La Caixa (Barcelona) and The Jewish Museum (NYC), in 1994-1995.

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