Jo Ractliffe: Photographs 1980 – now

This book is the first to present a comprehensive selection of the work of South African photographer Jo Ractliffe. Looking back over the past 35 years, it brings together images from major photo-essays, as well as early works that have not been seen before.

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Ruth Orkin: A Photo Spirit

Published on the occasion of the photographer’s 100th birthday, this illustrated book celebrates the Orkin’s life and work with an extensive and fascinating overview of this exceptional artist’s oeuvre.

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James Barnor: The Roadmaker

A new retrospective book and exhibition by photographer James Barnor draw on previously unpublished work. The publication of The Roadmaker coincides with the exhibition James Barnor: Ghanaian Modernist at Bristol Museum and as part of Bristol Photo Festival, and a major retrospective of Barnor’s work at Serpentine, London from 20 May 2021.

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Issei Suda: My Japan

Issei Suda – My Japan is an introduction to his life’s work, from the 1960s until the publication of his final book in 2018. It includes photographs from his early days for the avant-garde theatre troupe Tenjo Sajiki, and iconic series, such as Fushi Kaden and Waga Tokyo 100.

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Petra Barth: Anderswo / Elsewhere

Petra Barth has focused her art on memory, relating to human, social and environmental issues in rural communities worldwide which is influenced by her own upbringing.

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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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Megan Doherty: Stoned in Melanchol

Megan Doherty is a photographer currently based in Derry, Northern Ireland. In Stoned in Melanchol Megan flips small town banality on its head by turning it into its own alternate universe that celebrates youth, subculture, and freedom.

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About Us. Young Photography in China

The publication presents a selection of some 150 works by 40 Chinese artists from the collection of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung. The photographs, in black and white or shown as dramatic presentations in colour, were produced from the 1990s until the present day.

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