Masters of Photography: Dorothea Lange

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Masters of Photography: Dorothea Lange
Dorothea Lange (1895-1965) documented rural poverty for the federal Resettlement Administration and Farm Security Administration from 1935 to 1939. Her powerful images--from migrant workers in California fleeing the "dustbowl," to struggling Southern sharecroppers-- became icons of the era. She later...

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Kids in Love

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Kids in Love
Olivia Bee is celebrated for her dreamy, evocative portraits and landscapes rich with implied narratives of intimacy, freedom and adventure.  Olivia Bee: Kids in Love showcases two bodies of photographic work, including the series "Enveloped in a Dream" that first brought...

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Edward Weston: The Flame of Recognition

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Edward Weston: The Flame of Recognition
This classic monograph, first issued as a hardcover in 1965, began its life in 1958 as a monographic issue of Aperture magazine published in celebration of Weston's life. Drawing on a decades-long collaboration between the photographer and Nancy Newhall, Aperture...

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The Colors We Share

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The Colors We Share
Made for young readers, six and up, this book features portraits that celebrate the diverse beauty of human skin. By depicting people from all over the world against a background that matches their skin tone, Angélica Dass shows us how...

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Chewing Gum and Chocolate

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Chewing Gum and Chocolate
  One of Japan's foremost twentieth-century photographers, Shomei Tomatsu has created a defining portrait of postwar Japan. Beginning with his meditation on the devastation caused by the atomic bombs in "11:02 Nagasaki," Tomatsu focused on the tensions between traditional Japanese...

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Through Positive Eyes

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Through Positive Eyes
Through Positive Eyes is a collaborative photo-storytelling project by 130 people living with HIV and AIDS around the world. All have participated in workshops led by South African photographer Gideon Mendel, with photo educator Crispin Hughes, and David Gere, director...

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Rescue Me

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Rescue Me
For three years, fashion and portrait photographer Richard Phibbs has donated his services to the Humane Society of New York, making portraits of dogs up for adoption as part of the Manhattan shelter’s work to find them all forever homes....

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Girl Pictures

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Girl Pictures
The North American frontier is an enduring symbol of romance, rebellion, escape, and freedom. At the same time, it’s a profoundly masculine myth—cowboys, outlaws, Beat poets. Photographer Justine Kurland reclaimed this space in her now-iconic series of images of teenage...

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Alone Street

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Alone Street brings together two major bodies of work by Gregory Crewdson, Cathedral of the Pines (Aperture, 2016) and An Eclipse of Moths (Aperture, 2020), in a single, elegant, and affordable monograph. Both series expand on the artist’s obsessive exploration...

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Masters of Photography: Bernice Abbot

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Masters of Photography: Bernice Abbot
  In this redesigned and expanded version of a classic Aperture book, the work of Berenice Abbott (1898-1991) is introduced by historian Julia Van Haaften, and includes new, image-by-image commentary and a chronology of this artist's life. An innovative documentary...

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Masters of Photography: Paul Strand

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Masters of Photography: Paul Strand
Paul Strand (1890-1976) was more than a great artist: he was a discoverer of the true potential of photography as the most dynamic medium of the twentieth century. Purity, elegance and passion are the hallmarks of Strand's imagery. As a...

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A Box of Ten Photographs

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A Box of Ten Photographs
In May 1971, Artforum, bastion of late modernism, featured the work of a photographer for the very first time. On its cover and in a six-page spread, it published selections from Diane Arbus's portfolio, A box of ten photographs. In...

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The Unseen Saul Leiter

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The Unseen Saul Leiter
The first sightings of newly discovered work from Saul Leiter’s abundant archive of colour slides. Now widely acclaimed as one of the world’s greatest photographers, Saul Leiter (1923–2013) remained relatively unsung until he was rediscovered by curators and critics in...

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Saul Leiter (Photofile)

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Saul Leiter (Photofile)
The classic Photofile series brings together the best work of the world's greatest photographers in an attractive format and at a reasonable price. Handsome and collectible, the books are produced to the highest standards. Each volume contains reproductions printed in...

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Cherry Blossom

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Cherry Blossom
Bruce Gilden is a North American photographer and member of the Magnum Photos agency. After moving house, Gilden discovered hundreds of undeveloped reels and negatives of work produced in New York, his native city, between 1978 and 1984. From among...

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Lost and Found

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Lost and Found
Bruce Gilden is a North American photographer and member of the Magnum Photos agency. After moving house, Gilden discovered hundreds of undeveloped reels and negatives of work produced in New York, his native city, between 1978 and 1984. From among...

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Hi-Nikki (Non-Diary Diary)

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Hi-Nikki (Non-Diary Diary)
A never-before-published collection of beautiful, arresting photographs from Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki. On the occasion of its thirtieth anniversary in 2014, the Foundation Cartier pour l’art contemporain asked the prolific Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki to take a photograph every day...

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Jugni Ji

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Jugni Ji
"‘Jugni’ is a Punjabi word that literally means a ‘female firefly’ and to me, it represents the spirit of life. This book holds one year’s worth of moments where I caught even the tiniest glimpse of Jugni itself. Each photograph...

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Objectophilia

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Objectophilia
"The objects I capture include daily used items, flowers I’m obsessed with, and retransformed packaging items. Work got more challenging during the pandemic, and being confined to one place worsened. Taking pictures is a safe space that allows me to...

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Lover to Lover

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Lover to Lover
LOVER TO LOVER "Row to row, back to back, lover to lover and black to red". This series of street snaps gets inspiration from a line of "Lover to Lover", a song by Florence+the Machine. Serjenq imagines that there is...

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