Plánētes by Birgit KrauseMoonshine by Bertien van ManenOlympic Favela by Marc Ohrem-LeclefOne No One and One Hundred ... by Nicholas AlbrechtOvernight Generation by Italo Morales8 Women by Collier SchorrIII by Robin Maddock
German photographer Birgit Krause photographs the environments and atmospheres of seemingly distant planets and universes for her book Plánētes.
Bertien van Manen grew up in a Dutch mining community in the 1950s before beginning her career in photography.
Marc Ohrem-Leclef photographs the people of Rio's favelas who are being evicted from their homes in preparation for the hosted World Cup and Olympic Games.
Nicholas Albrecht shows life on the Salton Sea, a shallow salt lake in the deserts of Southern California, on the San Andreas Fault.
In Overnight Generation, Italo Morales documents Sarajevo and its younger citizens as they navigate the city and its post-war scars.
8 Women is a retrospective book by the Brooklyn-based photographer Collier Schorr (b. 1963).
Robin Maddock headed for California for a conceptual project including three subjects: a sheet of white paper, a white ping pong ball, and white milk.
The iconic Family of Man exhibition was launched at the MoMA in 1955, curated by Edward Steichen. Conceived as “a manifesto for peace and the fundamental equality of mankind”, the exhibition is now permanently installed in Luxembourg.
The obsession with selfies has reached a fever pitch. And I don’t mean the act of taking selfies. I mean, the meta side of selfies. Talking about ourselves taking selfies. Gazing at ourselves while navel gazing.