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Over 170 previously unseen images spanning more than sixty years by photographer Elliott Erwitt published for the first time.
To celebrate the third printing of this book, Davison and Loose Joints invited thirty-two different artists to have a carte blanche at responding to Jack’s images.
Take a journey into the frozen, otherworldly landscape of Antarctica with this book of 50 prints by British photographer Jamie Hawksworth to celebrate 200 years since its discovery.
This book from award-winning Magnum photographer Harry Gruyaert collects his photographs of India, featuring his trademark use of color.
Shadows on male forms, male forms in shadows -- these are the subjects of (H)OMBRES, a book by Lithuanian-born, Luxembourg-based photographer Arnoldas Kubilius.
In this book Sam Contis presents a new window onto the work of the iconic American photographer Dorothea Lange.
Dutch street photographer Piet Versteegden has been working under the lee of his own darkroom for over fifty years. Now it’s time for the public to see him.
High-fashion models and car racing collide in this high-octane collection of images from Craig McDean.
Shot over 5 years, this unique book features interviews with a host of street style icons.
This is the first book to address her work through the lens of portraiture and style in the era of social media and selfies.
Anja Niemi: In Character is the perfect introduction for those encountering Niemis work for the first time, and a comprehensive retrospective for her longtime followers.
Being only 28 years old, his work inhabits everything for him to become a household name in portrait and possibly fashion photography in the coming years.
Photographs by Harley Weir made over a ten-day period in October 2016 in the migrant and refugee camps of Calais, known informally as the Jungle.
Willy Ronis curated and commentated on the iconic images featured in this beautiful volume that retraces his career and contributions to photography and photojournalism.
Intimate, never-before-published photographs taken just before Kate Moss's rise to fame, in one elegant volume.
This unique edition celebrates a new suite of pictures made in collaboration with Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari and Martin Parr.