Provincial City by Atsushi YoshieRunning to the Edge by Julia BorissovaBeer, Bait & Ammo by Michael Loyd YoungWar Porn by Christoph BangertVacancy by Pamela LittkyPlánētes by Birgit KrauseMoonshine by Bertien van Manen
Atsushi Yoshie photographed street scenes from various prefectures of Japan, which illustrate the mundane sameness pervading provincial cities.
Russian photographer Julia Borissova continues her exploration of the connection between photography and collective memories in her latest art book 'Running to the Edge'.
In his new book Beer, Bait & Ammo, American photographer Michael Loyd Young portrays 'his backyard', the South.
In a small book with a cardboard cover, Christoph Bangert (b. 1978, Germany) presents photos of heavy violence.
In her new book Vacancy, American photographer Pamela Littky documents two towns on opposite sides of Death Valley in the Mojave Desert - both of which claim the title ‘Gateway to Death Valley’.
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.
If photographic purism is what you’re looking for, Frankfurt’s Städel Museum currently has on show ‘Lichtbilder’, an exhibition showcasing their photographic print collection, with work reaching back to ‘the beginning’ of photography.
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.