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.
A visual study of the masculine lovescape. Sander Coers explores the way young men experience intimacy and express love.
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.
Tropical by photographer Antonio Eugenio is an invitation to fly away and let your spirit travel through the pages of the photo book.
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.
A visual diary by Casper Matthijs van der Linden with intimate soft portrait photography as well as playful moments with his models.
Seascapes is a series made by Paul Rousteau while artist-in-residence on a boat off the Coral Sea, in Australia.
Dutch photographer Liv Liberg created an archive of what it's like to come of age as sisters – one behind the camera, the other in front.
A compact survey of the work of 20th-century photographer Helen Levitt, best known for her New York street photography.
David Luraschi’s Ensemble is a gradual, sensual yet tender series in which bodies mingle, fuse, and eventually are absorbed by the landscape that surrounds them.
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.
Photographer Thirza Schaap's first book aims to create awareness around pollution and prevent the use of plastic.