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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...
Ravens & Red Lipstick: Japanese Photography Since 1945
This book is an accessible and visually rich study of Japanese photography since 1945 by an experienced curator specializing in Japanese art and culture. This rich volume provides one of the first overviews of Japanese photography to be published in...
Dancing with my Camera
Accompanying Singh’s first touring retrospective, this survey includes previously unseen early works, favorite series and new montages. The internationally acclaimed photographer Dayanita Singh often describes herself as a “book artist.” Accordingly, Singh was closely involved in the making of this...
Stephen Shore is one of the most influential photographers of our time, acknowledged especially for his pivotal role in the rise of colour photography in the 1970s. Less familiar is the wide range of his experimentation with various cameras, formats...
A photo-novel of Dayanita Singh’s earliest years as a photographer. A return to a time when Dayanita Singh (born 1961) did not yet consider herself a photographer, Let’s See is the probing remembrance of “an eye I no longer...
Vivid, colorful, and spectacular: a lush and definitive overview showcasing the masterworks of flower photography by the world’s leading photographers. Flowers have been a source of inspiration for photographers since the medium’s inception; immortalized by luminaries such as Man Ray,...
For this project, Alex Webb took photographs of Rochester, New York, with his last rolls of Kodachrome, a formerly vibrant colour film that can now only be processed as black-and-white. The resulting photographs, taken during what may be the last...
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...
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...
"‘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...
It was in 1978, during my first summer of making portraits while using an 8x10 inch large format camera, that I found myself drawn to photographing redheads. I have often been asked; 'why redheads,' and I've often felt it was...
"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...
This new series by Rinko Kawauchi celebrates the tenth title in the collection Des oiseaux. The Japanese photographer focused on swallows in Spring during birthing season in her neighborhood in the city of Chiba and, in particular, on the tiny...
No superhero is a series of work by the acclaimed Scandinavian artist, Ole Marius Joergensen. The work features meticulously staged, cinematic photographs that depict seemingly ordinary situations which are then infused with a juxtaposed narrative. This unlocks an unexpected and...
Icons and Identities: Famous Faces from the National Portrait Gallery Collection
The National Portrait Gallery holds the world's most extensive collection of portraits: a museum of people, a gallery of stories and ideas, and a home of artistic masterpieces. It celebrates the power and creativity of individuals - artists as well...