'Living Apart' by Magnum member Ian BERRY includes work from the 1960s for Drum magazine as well as key moments from the 1990s during the collapse of apartheid: the rise of Mandela, reconciliation, & the alarming escalation of urban problems and violence.
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In 'Sea Stories', the photos by Robert ADAMS describe the cycles of nature with a new naturalism. It contents a sequence of three visual narratives: among alder and maple trees, along the beachand back through meadows and what remains of the inland forest
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'Family Car Trouble' plays with the form of the novel, both material and narrative, to illustrate the inner workings of the photographer. The recordings document arrival and departure as well as the maintenance of a difficult 1993 Volvo 940 station wagon.
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For this really small black and white photo volume, 'Now I want to be your dog', the photographer Morten ANDERSEN exhumed his portraits of his French friend Antoine D'AGATA during their studies together at the ICP in New York in the early 1990s.
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'Here and Home', a comprehensive overview on the work by Larry SULTAN accompanied a large retrospective with the major series 'Evidence', 'Pictures from Home', 'The Valley' and 'Homeland'. It includes also early works as well as his writings & interviews.
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HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 24 x 28 cm., 96 pp., 55 color ills., German / English
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'The Book of Everything' celebrates Mary Ellen MARK's extraordinary life, work and vision in over 600 images and in various texts. From 1963 until her death in 2015, the Magnum photographer told brilliant, intimate, provocative stories.
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Pb. (no dust jacket, as issued), 23 x 31 x 2 cm., 315 pp., b/w & color ills., text language: English
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The handmade volume 'Visual History. Afghanistan 1980-2004' by Edward GRAZDA is reportage AND personal reflection on the people in Afghanistan with whom he spent time - and a documentary about those groups' creative approach to advertising and the media.
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The book 'Memories People Places' by Swedish Anders PETERSEN, contains portraits from the series 'Ingen har sett allt', which were taken in a psychiatric hospital in Stockholm. It is the conclusion of a trilogy about worlds that are isolated from society.
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