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Angela Davis’ iconic 1985 essay on the role of art in social and racial liberation, illustrated by painter Tschabalala Self.
An intimate and endless journey of human exploration that captures a vital and magical relationship between people and water.
A celebration of Australian cuisine like never before — 350 recipes showcasing the rich diversity of its landscapes and its people.
Acclaimed author Reem Kassis returns with a one-of-a-kind collection of contemporary recipes tracing the rich history of Arab cuisine.
Creative Spaces is an exploration of the lives, homes, and studios of 23 artistic entrepreneurs, authors, and designers
A timely handbook helping readers think about how to slow down, reconnect, and live a gentler life.
In Let the Sun Beheaded Be, Gregory Halpern focuses on the Caribbean archipelago of Guadeloupe, an overseas region of France with a complicated and violent colonial past.
Explores the spaces, rituals and communities that together weave the spiritual fabric of China’s largest and most cosmopolitan city.
Only Human puts the focus on one of Parr's most engaging subjects – people - and explores British identity in a time of change.
Civilization brings together the work of more than 140 photographers from around the globe documenting the way we live now
Condensed edition of August Sander's monumental seven-volume study of 20th century society - unique in its long-term scale and its wide scope.
This photo book brings together 164 photographs he took on his travels through India.
Where I Find Myself is the first major single book retrospective of one of America's leading photographers.
This unique edition celebrates a new suite of pictures made in collaboration with Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari and Martin Parr.