Karina Bikbulatova: The two parallel

Karina Bikbulatova: The two parallel

This black-and-white series of photos ‘about two sisters abandoned by their father, a reunion which can be no question. Just because they don’t know about each other the most important thing…’ They meet once a year in a small village,…
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Elisabetta Gatti: Migration

Elisabetta Gatti: Migration

By the end of November, Milan Central Railroad Station becomes the meeting point for starlings preparing to migrate. But the show lasts just a couple of days, and you have to be ready. The first sign is when you start…
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David Maisel: Proving Ground

David Maisel: Proving Ground

David Maisel’s (born 1961) Proving Ground comprises aerial and on-site photographs made at Dugway Proving Ground, a classified military site covering nearly 800,000 acres in Utah’s Great Salt Lake Desert. A primary mission of Dugway is to develop, test and…
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Matthew Tuffield: Shapes of Architecture

Matthew Tuffield: Shapes of Architecture

Exploring Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne recently on my holidays with my camera and trusty tripod, enabled me to capture, with long exposure techniques, the most amazing and unique architectural designs Australia has to offer. The shapes, textures and design elements,…
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Lead Belly: A Life in Pictures

Lead Belly: A Life in Pictures

This is a new edition of Lead Belly: A Life in Pictures, the rich visual biography of legendary American folk musician Lead Belly, originally published by Steidl in 2007. Here is a treasure trove of rare photographs, news clippings, concert…
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Ted Witek: Power of Femininity

Ted Witek: Power of Femininity

Ted Witek was born and raised in the United States (Connecticut) and has since lived in Germany, Portugal and Canada. He now resides in Toronto and Lisbon. Having the artistic good fortune to travel widely, his photographs illustrate several chapters…
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Robert Adams: Summer Nights, Walking

Robert Adams: Summer Nights, Walking

In the mid-1970s, Robert Adams began recording nocturnal scenes near his former home in Longmont, Colorado. Illuminated by moonlight and streetlamp, suburban houses, roads, sidewalks and fields seemed transfigured. 25 years after first publishing a sequence of these pictures in…
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Han Shun Zhou: Frenetic City at Kickstarter

Han Shun Zhou: Frenetic City at Kickstarter

Frenetic City is photobook that lets you experience the intensity and chaotic environment in one of the most densely populated cities in the world. This monograph consists of elaborated photographs of overpopulated city landscapes, depicting density, loneliness and loose of…
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Leonard Freed: Police Work

Leonard Freed: Police Work

Magnum photographer Leonard Freed worked alongside the New York police for several years, documenting the gritty reality of life on the beat at a notorious time of soaring crime and great social unrest, with the city near bankruptcy. Of his…
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Justyna Badach: Asymmetric Warfare

Justyna Badach: Asymmetric Warfare

Asymmetric Warfare presents the work of Justyna Badach, who examines how modern-day military propaganda shapes our perceptions of war and conflict. The exhibition presents work from two ongoing projects: Land of Epic Battles and Proxy War, in which Badach uses…
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Henri Cartier-Bresson: Le Grand Jeu

Henri Cartier-Bresson: Le Grand Jeu

Cartier-Bresson by Cartier-Bresson: the photographer’s “master set” survey of his career, presented for the first time alongside selections by Annie Leibovitz, Wim Wenders and others In the early 1970s, at the request of his friends and collectors John and Dominique…
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Toni Schneiders: Schaut Her!

Toni Schneiders: Schaut Her!

Toni Schneiders is one of Germany’s defining photographers. Within the context of the group fotoform and the subjective photography movement, he significantly contributed to the renewal and expansion of the post-1945 avant-garde photographers’ visual language. In his immediate surroundings in…
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