Lost & Found documents a contemporary American subculture of young Travelers through raw, striking portraiture and intimate storytelling. These Travelers abandon home to move around the country by hitchhiking and freight train hopping in a nomadic, transient existence outside of mainstream society. Along their personal journey driven by wanderlust, escapism, or a search for transient jobs, they find a new family in their traveling friends.
The high of freedom, however, does not come without consequence. The black and white portraits are made in public, on the street, using natural light. Individual stories, as a collection, form a greater narrative. Over ten years in the making, Joseph’s portraits reveal the human condition. They capture courage, tenderness, and determination in his subjects that have been largely ignored and unseen.
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First comprehensive retrospective of the Italian photo artist Daniele Tamagni (1975–2017), collecting Daniele Tamagni's images of the Congolese sapeurs, Botswana’s afrometals, Bolivian female wrestlers, young dance crews of Johannesburg and more.
Style Is Life brings together renowned and unpublished photographs that remind us of the subversive and political value of fashion.
In January 2020, North Korea has officially closed its borders. But even before that date, photographing the enigmatic landscapes of North Korea posed immense challenges due to the regime's strict control and prohibition of unauthorized photography. However, armed with a vast archive of images captured painstakingly over two years, Tariq Zaidi curates a selection of more than 100 remarkable photographs that offer a glimpse into North Korean society. Zaidi's lens skilfully captures the resilience, spirit, and cultural nuances of the North Korean people in their everyday lives. Each photograph acts as a window into a hidden reality, unveiling the intricate interplay between tradition and modernity while illuminating the complex dynamics of a nation navigating its path amid global scrutiny. Following the award-winning Sapeurs. Ladies and Gentlemen of the Congo, this is Zaidi’s second publication with Kehrer Verlag.
An exquisitely somber portrait of Brooklyn’s Green-Wood cemetery across the seasons
In March 2020, after suffering from a severe bout of Covid, Eugene Richards sought out a safe place to walk and recuperate, and became entranced with Brooklyn’s much-loved Green-Wood Cemetery. Founded in 1837 and proclaimed a National Historic Landmark in 2006, the 487-acre burial ground and arboretum is the final resting place of more than 550,000 people. Over the subsequent years, Richards made nearly 100 visits to Green-Wood, photographing both poetical details and grand vistas in rich color, across the seasons and in all weather, creating lyrical images of snowbound headstones, grand mausoleums, intimate epitaphs, the encroachments of moss on stone and the wear of time on all things. The photographs in Remembrance Garden were taken between April 2020 and September 2023. Richards intersperses his images with names and dates inscribed on grave markers and deeply personal memories, creating a grand and moving portrait of the legendary cemetery.