Black Sea of Concrete by Rafal MilachThe Women of Casa X by Malcolm VenvilleAmerican Colour 1962-1965 by Tony Ray-JonesKarczeby by Adam PańczukThe Farther Shore by Julia BorissovaBefore They Pass Away by Jimmy NelsonPierdom by Simon Roberts
Rafal Milach’s self-published book Black Sea of Concrete portrays the warmth of the sea and sky, plus concrete.
Casa X in Mexico City is a refuge for older sex workers, housing 60 women over the age of 50, some of whom still work in the industry.
American Colour 1962-1965 by Tony Ray-Jones draws from the vast archive of one of the keenest observers of British society and culture.
Warsaw-based photographer Adam Pańczuk (b. 1978) has photographed internationally, doing projects in Iceland and India among others, for over a decade.
Julia Borissova explores collective memory in her book The Farther Shore, a series of new and found photographs taken in Russia around the Volga River.
Over two and a half years, Jimmy Nelson travelled around the world capturing tribal cultures on the brink of transformation.
British photographer Simon Roberts captures Britain's pleasure piers in his new book Pierdom, published by Dewi Lewis Publishing.