Juxtaposing works by photographers Annie LEIBOWITZ, Gregory CREWDSON and Andreas GURSKY, critic Jörg Colberg examines in 'Photography's Neoliberal Realism' how these artists produce the capitalist equivalent to the socialist realism of the Soviet Union.
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The photo book 'The Seven Cities' by American photographer Matt EICH is the third volume in the series that casts an unshakable look at the people and places that America seems to have forgotten. After Ohio and Mississippi, it focuses on Virginia here.
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This photo book, whose dummy was awarded in 2019, combines a series of moments that reveal a specific local experience. The photographs suggest emotions and fears as well as the existence of historical, political and representational undercurrents.
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In this photo volume, 'I walk toward the sun which is always going down' by Alan HUCK, a nameless, monologuing narrator wanders photographically through an American city. The indeterminate in photography and written language becomes an attention exercise.
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Inspired by military field manuals, this self-published photobook by an ex-US-military propaganda photographer invites the viewer to an evolving, often malicious, creative process - intimate snapshots, nifty propaganda, and meditative and subtle tableaus.
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First Book Award 2019. Combining fragments of personal history, of memory and imagination, 'Oobanken' builds photographic narratives through constructions & performances. Made in Myanmar, this series also mirror the context: a place once suspended in time
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'Sin & Salvation' is the result of a seven-year project with residents of the Baptist Town district. Matt EICH tells the long, twisted and complicated history of Baptist Town in a contemporary context using documentary portraits as well as landscapes.
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