Some of our favorite photographers – and their 2021 books
Transgressing against set gender roles, Photographer Michael Bailey-Gates imagines new ways of being within the confines of a gender binary.
Long awaited, the first survey of the work of one of America's foremost contemporary fine art photographers, Catherine Opie.
A striking new photographic voice engages with street portraiture to create dark, interior psychological spaces exploring the relationship between public and private lives.
Made with photographer Harley Weir and art-psychotherapist Cressida Brotherstone, Wombat Art Box 41 has the ambition to offer a visual answer to art therapy and its power to heal. Limited edition.
Photographer Sven Jacobsen takes us back to a carefree time of youthful self-awareness, to a summer full of adventure.
This vibrant monograph is the first book dedicated to fashion photographer Nadine Ijewere—the first Black woman photographer to land a cover of Vogue in the magazine’s 125-year history.
Award-winning photographer Matt Black traveled over 100,000 miles to chronicle the reality of today’s unseen and forgotten America.
A compact survey of the work of 20th-century photographer Helen Levitt, best known for her New York street photography.
Photographer Remi Bouvier's first book about his journey through Ghana in February 2020.
A photographic road trip through film director Wim Wenders’ life, featuring over 400 polaroids taken over five decades between 1968 and 2017.
From 1988 to 1991 Dawoud Bey made a series of portraits of African Americans in the streets of various American cities.