Alex Webb: Dislocations

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Alex Webb: Dislocations
Recognised as a pioneer of colour photography, Alex Webb is able to juxtapose gesture, colour and contrasting cultural tensions into a single beguiling frame, resulting in evocative images that elevate fractured and multilayered meanings. His book Dislocations, first published in...

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Uncle Auntie Zine

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Uncle Auntie Zine
A passion project by our studio, this self-published zine is a heartfelt compilation of shared wisdom, learnings and laughter from our months of interviews with cherished elders, ‘Uncles’ and ‘Aunties’, from various neighbourhoods.This coffee table gem glows with the warmth...

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Jin-Me Yoon

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Jin-Me Yoon
A three-decade compendium of Jin-me Yoon’s photographic series exploring Canadian and Asian stereotypes and identity. Covering over 30 years of artistic practice, this book celebrates the complex yet highly distilled photographs of Korean-born, Vancouver-based Jin-me Yoon’s (born 1960) dynamic vision....

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A Fuckin Mess

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A Fuckin Mess
'A Fuckin Mess' captures one weary traveler within the lens of another. Traveling as backpackers, You Liang and her partner have stayed in many places: hostels, motels, home-stays, yurts and so on. The paper of this photo-book, like the flyers...

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Mysterious Skin

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Mysterious Skin
Lin Zhipeng is among the leading artists of the so-called generation of the eighties. Taking his name from a police character in Wong Kar-Wai's movie Chungking Express, his work first gained notoriety through social media, online platforms and self-published zines....

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War (Vol 5 & 6)

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War (Vol 5 & 6)
As the war in Ukraine goes on, photographer Oleksandr Glyadelov continues his photographic series War. He follows Ukrainian troops and is usually one of the first civilians who arrives after the liberation of a city or village to record the...

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War (Vol 3 & 4)

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War (Vol 3 & 4)
Each volume of this series deals with the presentation of highly charged content and documents the state of affairs in Ukraine with the sensibility of an analogue camera that takes no chances. Glyadelov claims that there is no distance between...

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Havana Noir

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Havana Noir
A few years ago, I passed Cuban nights through Havana’s streets, and they were always accompanied by a sense of cheerfulness. Today, joy and smiles are changed in sense of resignation and disappoint due to the situation of total social...

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我不知道 / Wǒ bù zhīdào

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我不知道 / Wǒ bù zhīdào
I do not know, 我 不 知道, (pronounced Wǒ bù zhīdào), is the first complete sentence I learned in Chinese. And every time people ask me ‘What is going on in China?’ I always respond using that sentence: Wǒ bù...

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D'AGATI VUCCIRIA

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D'AGATI VUCCIRIA
“La Vucciria” is one of Palermo’s oldest market districts, founded 900 years ago by the Arabs who formerly ruled Sicily.
 Many people still live in ramshackle buildings showing the effects of World War II bombings, as well as from the...

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VERBUM

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VERBUM
The whole photographic work revolves around the words/phrases Attilio Solzi chose and told to performers and artists to write in abandoned, occupied or vandalized places. The nudity of the writers as well as the use of Latin in the title...

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Night Flight

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Night Flight
"What am I doing? I find myself naked, sprawled out on the bed in soft darkness. The light from the lamp shines as if it were floating through the air. The silk sheets feel good wrapped around my skin. Sitting...

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ALL L/Right

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ALL L/Right
ALL L/Right I wake up to find our world in a whirlpool. Sad news after sad news. It’s so easy to get trapped in the gloom. Why am I here in this world? Why do we try to live? Natural...

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A Fallen Angel

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A Fallen Angel
When we dream, no matter how strange the dream is, we are only carried along by it as a raft adrift on waves. Turn the pages of A Fallen Angel too as if you were a raft adrift on waves....

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Amniotic Glow

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Amniotic Glow
"Amniotic Glow" contains three photo sessions to model Manami Usamaru, in 2014 and twice in 2019. Usamaru who described Kasai, who has photographed many women as a "rare subject with charm that cannot be described in medio- cre words". "Amniotic...

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I Am Here

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I Am Here
Saki Otsuka’s “I Am Here” is self-assertion, self-expression, self-emancipation. Featuring works created in the past ten years, Saki Otsuka explores and utilizes her own body, her own image in a series of photo paintings—photographic self-portraits (both nude and non-nude) that...

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Tombstone Pile Driver

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Tombstone Pile Driver
“Tombstone Pile Driver” goes back to Osamu Kanemura’s roots. Though Kanemura has in recent years expanded his output to include video works, digital photography and handmade publications, the core of his work is tied to manual film photography. For “Tombstone...

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Moonlight

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Moonlight
Sakiko Nomura’s photobook “Moonlight” captivates its readers with large format (420 × 297 ㎜) and its sensuous, intimate photographs. The fifth collaboration between Nomura and Japanese publisher LibroArte consists of photographs taken during a visit to Taiwan in October 2016....

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Tsukiyo

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Tsukiyo
In Sakiko Nomura’s “Tsukiyo”, flowers adorning the grave of her mother intersect with nudes of an enigmatic, young male model, photographs of Tokyo and snapshots of animals and streets. With the solemn gentleness that characterizes much of her work, Nomura...

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Dear Hattori

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Dear Hattori
Ten years have passed since Hattori the cat and I came across each other. He doesn't look much different, but when I watch him playing and and then see him getting tired and falling asleep much sooner than he used...

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Hey! Hattori

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Hey! Hattori
At my house I have a cat named Hattori-kun. Hattori-kun fled from Futaba, a town in Fukushima, when the Great East Japan Earthquake devastated the area in 2011. At the time, I wasn't much interested in photographing cats. But as...

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Walking with...

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Walking with...
A BOOK FOR ___》《WALKING WITH ___ 》 迷你攝影集 by 柏麟Bolin @bolin_517 2012年初,智慧型手機開始進入生活裡,對於⻑期拍攝底片的Bolin,隨時方便地拍照並能在社群分享,這件事既新鮮又驚奇。拍照真正成為紀錄生活的方式,也開始思考影像能輕易地大量製造,但對於觀者的注意力卻像流星般一閃而過,影像如同拋棄式的消耗品,身為創造影像者的自己,在人人皆可拍攝的時代,尋找自我認同與價值。 於是三年前,2016年,Bolin開啟迷你攝影集計畫,將過去曾經用手機拍攝過的大量影像,經由編輯後,主題式地做成紙本刊物,紙張重現手機上觀看的尺寸,探索數位影像與老派紙本的閱讀關係。 但其實,所有影像都可以在Bolin的社群上找到,printscreen自己社群媒體裡的照片,而不是使用原始檔案來製作,這個過程更符合數位時代的可複製性。 Bolin想傳達的是,即使影像看似沒有任何商業上的實質價值,任何人都能夠自由抓取的狀況下,如同唐吉軻德般,用著愚蠢又帶有點浪漫的方式,做著自己心中仍然有價值的事。 *封面手工絹印,共有六種封面可選 20203月出版/平裝/ 160 頁/ 6 x 6 x1.2mm/內頁單色印刷 ____ 關 於 作 者 ____ 羅柏麟,人像攝影師。生於80年代中期,接觸影像經歷底片邁向數位化搖擺動盪的時代。從事攝影工作邁入第十年,擅⻑人物與時裝攝影,作品散見於品牌、廣告與雜誌。從事商業攝影之餘,仍持續進行紀實影像的拍攝,生活之中專注於獨立刊物的出版創作。 ------- 《A BOOK FOR ___》《WALKING WITH ___ 》 Mini photo...

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What Becomes A Legend Most: A Biography of Richard Averdon (PRELOVED)

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What Becomes A Legend Most: A Biography of Richard Averdon (PRELOVED)
PRELOVED – GOOD CONDITION The first definitive biography of Richard Avedon, a monumental photographer of the twentieth century, from award-winning photography critic Philip Gefter. In his acclaimed portraits, Richard Avedon captured the iconic figures of the twentieth century in his starkly...

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Saul Leiter: The Centennial Retrospective

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Saul Leiter: The Centennial Retrospective
Celebrating the centennial of Saul Leiter’s birth, the official retrospective of a revolutionary figure in twentieth-century photography. Saul Leiter photographed and painted nearly every day for over sixty years, amassing an enormous archive, most of which remained unseen during his...

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