KiLat Italia

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KiLat Italia
Presenting KiLat Italia my second "KiLat" Series, a journey marked the first time I travelled solo, to the furthest place I've been from home: Italy.   Spending 9 days exploring the central area of Rome by foot (to be cost effective!),...

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Photographs as Memories

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Photographs as Memories
'Photographs as Memories' is a collection of Hasful Zainuddin's life fragments while spending a year living in England. Featuring 51 color polaroid, an afterword by Zhafir Zakaria, also an essay by Dr. Zakaria Ali. +++Language: English Dimension: 150mm x 210mm...

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Seven Eleven

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Seven Eleven
'Seven Eleven' encapsulates the essence of Kuala Lumpur's after-hours vibrancy through the lens of Kelvin Mah. As the city transitions from the hustle of the day to the quietness of the night, Kelvin Mah captures the subtle yet captivating scenes...

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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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DMZ: Demilitarized Zone of Korea

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DMZ: Demilitarized Zone of Korea
This book is Park Jongwoo’s photo-documentation of the Demilitarized Zone or DMZ of Korea, the strip of land dividing North and South Korea. About 248 km long, 4 km wide, and 60 km from Seoul, this buffer zone between the...

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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 / Wo bu zhidao

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我不知道 / Wo bu zhidao
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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