The book 'Colombia. On the Brink of Paradise' by Luca ZANETTI describes a life between tradition and modernity, between catastrophe and paradise in front of your eyes. The sociologist Alfredo Molano explains the historical, political and social background
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The Chinese artist uses the backdrop of commercial photoshoots to create new, unexpected narratives through the manipulation of bodies & objects in space. The series also speaks of the relationship between Western capitalist motifs and the global contexts
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2nd print run, HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 23 x 31 x 1,5 cm., 98 pp., color ills.,
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Yusuke YAMATANI took the b/w photographs during his honeymoon with his wife Emi in Japan. The title comes from the 1950s rock'n'roll song 'Rama Lama Ding Dong'. Connoisseurs of Japanese photography might think of Nobuyoshi ARAKI's 'Sentimental Journey'.
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HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 18 x 26,5 x 2 cm., 95 pp. +7 foldout pp., color ills., small bilingual texts: English / Japanese
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At the center of 'Doors' is the documentation of photographer Yusuke YAMATANI's European tour, a self-portrait project that combines photography with drum performance. In addition to the performances, snapshots, landscapes und encounters are recorded.
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'Small Things in Silence' offers a perspective on 20 years of the career Masao YAMAMOTO and contains images from each of his major projects - 'Box of Ku', 'Nakazora', 'Kawa' and 'Shizuka' - as well as images from some of his original photo installations.
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HC with dustjacket, 26 x 26 cm., 60 pp., 32 b/w ills., Japanese/English
36,00 €
In 2017 dutch photographer Bastiaan WOUDT visited and succeeded admirably in connecting with the people of Mukono. The result is a wide-ranging collection of remarkable monochrome portraits, alongside some surreal impressions of the local landscape.
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Dutch photographer Bastiaan WOUDT captured the local culture of Morocco with a monochrome look for this book. 'Bastiaan Woudt in Morocco' is the eighth part of a book series by the Van Vlissingen Art Foundation that supports talented Dutch photographers.
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