Sandra S. Phillips & John Gutmann: The Photography of John Gutmann: Culture Shock (Merrell, 2000)

John Gutmann (1905 – 1998) was a German-born American photographer and painter. He received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1977 and taught at San Francisco State University until 1973.

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Shintaro Sato: Night Lights, The Origin of Tokyo and Geography

Shintaro Sato was born in Tokyo in 1969. He graduated from the Tokyo College of Photography in 1992 and has worked as a freelance photographer since 2002.

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Takuma Nakahira: Overflow (Case Publishing, 2018)

Takuma Nakahira’s series ‘Overflow’ was originally presented as an installation during the 1974 exhibition ’Fifteen Photographers Today’ (National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo). The work consisted of 48 color photographs that were arranged on a wall 6 meters wide and 1.6 meters high. Overflow is the first chance to view Nakahira’s astonishing series outside the context of an exhibition.

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Hannelore Fischer (Edit.): Eva Besnyö: – Photographin Budapest, Berlin, Amsterdam (Wienand Verlag, 2018)

The lifework of the Hungarian-Jewish photographer Eva Besnyö spans more than six decades. Following training in the Budapest photographic studio of József Pésci, she resettled in Berlin in 1930 and, inspired by ‘Neues Sehen’, swiftly mastered the aesthetic language of modernist photography. She experienced her artistic breakthrough in Amsterdam in 1933.

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Stephen Gill: Archaeology in Reverse (Nobody Books, 2007)

Stephen Gill (b. 1971, Bristol, UK) became interested in photography in his early childhood, thanks to his father and interest in insects and initial obsession with collecting bits of pond life to inspect under his microscope.

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Louis Faurer (Steidl Publishers, 2016)

Louis Faurer (1916–2001) was born in Philadelphia, whose street life he began photographing in 1937 with a 35mm Kodak Vollenda. Faurer moved to New York in 1947 where he worked for Harper’s Bazaar under Alexey Brodovitch, as well as for other fashion publications.

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Tom Wood: People (Wienand Verlag,1999)

Originally trained as a painter, Irish born Tom Wood is better known as a street photographer, with his earlier work focused on the Merseyside area (1978-2001).

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0,10 – Iwan Puni. Werke aus der Sammlung Berninger und Fotografien der russischen Revolution aus der Sammlung Herzog (Benteli Verlag, 2003)

This catalogue accompanied the exhibition 0,10 – Iwan Puni und Fotografien der Russischen Revolution” at Museum Jean Tinguely Basel from 12. April bis 28. September 2003.

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Keizo Kitajima: Photo Express: Tokyo (Steidl, 2011)

Photo Express: Tokyo is a facsimile of the legendary series of twelve booklets published by Keizo Kitajima on the occasion of his exhibition “Photo Express: Tokyo” at CAMP gallery in Tokyo in 1979.

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Helen Levitt: Slide Show – The Color Photographs of Helen Levitt (powerHouse Books, 2005)

Helen Levitt (1913-2009) had her first solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in 1943. Levitt’s photographs appeared in Edward Steichen’s landmark 1955 show The Family of Man and in more recent exhibitions of great importance.

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Annett Gröschner; Arwed Messmer (Editors); Fritz Tiedemann: Berlin, Fruchtstrasse on March 27, 1952 (Hatje Cantz, 2012)

Commissioned by the municipal authorities of Berlin, on March 27, 1952, Fritz Tiedemann took photographs of Berlin’s Fruchtstraße between the Ostbahnhof and Stalinallee. Arwed Messmer (*1964 in Schopfheim) and Annett Gröschner (*1964 in Magdeburg) used these images as the source material for their project.

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Osamu Kanemura: Concrete Octopus (Pierre von Kleist Editions, 2017)

Osamu Kanemura (b.1964) is a photographer born and based in Tokyo. Since 1992, he has had more than twenty solo exhibitions in Tokyo, New York and other cities.

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