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Baldwin Lee
Baldwin Lee, Barney Kulok, Jessica Bell Brown
Vince Leo: Remembered as a Blessing
Vince Leo, Rabbi Morris J Allen, Daniel Mendelsohn
Kodak City
Catherine Leutenegger, A.D. Coleman, Urs Stahel
David Leventi, Marvin Heiferman
Ocean Beach
Douglas Ljungkvist, Harvey Benge, Steve Bisson
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Florence Montmare: America Series
In her forthcoming book, America Series (Damiani Books, 2023), Swedish-American-Greek artist and photographer Florence Montmare captures a visual record of America following the tradition of Walker Evans, Robert Frank, and Richard Avedon. As a female immigrant artist, she shares a different point of view on the country than those portrayed by these photographers in the 1930s, 1950s, and 1980s.
Arthur Tress: Rambles, Dreams, and Shadows
This richly illustrated volume is the first critical look at the early career of Arthur Tress, a key proponent of magical realism and staged photography.
Tupac: The Legend by Michel Haddi
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H: A Love Story by Ali MC
Cheryl and Troy have been married for more than 25 years. They spent ten of those years living on the streets of Melbourne addicted to heroin. In this ground-breaking collaboration, photographer and writer Ali MC conveys the couple’s compelling narrative in photographic audiobook and audio-visual installation.
England: The last Hurrah by Dafydd Jones
With the crack of a hunting rifle and a spray of champagne, the high-society of England knew how to party. There capturing the glamorous, vulnerable, and riotous life of the upperclass was photographer Dafydd Jones, who was granted access to some of England’s most exclusive upper-class events during the 1980s
Eye Mama: Poetic Truths of Home and Motherhood
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First Stop Last Stop by Rita Nannini
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While We Bleed by Jan Grarup
Our intention with WHILE WE BLEED is to convey a picture of the bloody struggle of the Ukrainians both on the front lines and in the hinterland, which will show both a Danish and an international audience what is happening in the biggest war in Europe since 1945. However, we are dependent on external support to be able to finalise the project. We are therefore sincerely grateful if you would consider the possibility of a financial contribution.
Hoja Santa by Maciejka Art
In 2017, Maciejka (Maya) Art spent a year in the Afro-Mexican village of Costa Chica. Oaxaca, living in the home of Juliana, a lawyer and her teenage daughter, Veronica. It was Juliana who introduced her to the women of the community - healers, midwives, widows, and the mothers - some single, some with several children. The women live relatively separately from men due to a local history of violence yet the life of community revolves around them.
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