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Influential photographer Annie Leibovitz presents her remarkable portraits in this re-issue of her acclaimed and bestselling collection. With an essay by Alexandra Fuller and an afterword by Annie Leibovitz.
Dana Lixenberg’s ‘Polaroid 54/59/79’ is remarkable collection reflecting the American celebrity culture she encountered in the 1990s and 2000s.
A magnificently illustrated history showcasing the work of three hundred women photographers from all over the world, from the invention of the medium through to the present.
Dawoud Bey offers his insight on creating meaningful and beautiful portraits that capture the subject and speak to something more universal.
Artist Nadia Lee Cohen collected the name badges of 33 unknown individuals. She created personas for them, visualised them and ultimately transformed herself into them. Second edition.
A close look at Man Ray’s interwar portraiture, as well as the friendships between the photographer and his subjects: the international avant garde in Paris.
A#22 has been curated by the British-Jamaican fashion designer Grace Wales Bonner, who established her eponymous label Wales Bonner in London in 2014.
Fourth print of the first monograph of British Los Angeles based photographer Nadia Lee Cohen.
Vibrant portraits of a new generation of Americans in the throes of cultural transformation by New York–based Czech photographer Marie Tomanova.
Robin de Puy photographs Wormer, a small village just to the north of Amsterdam. Fascinated by the American countryside, she discovered that her environment proves to be very universal.
The British Isles is an account of thirteen years of life across the United Kingdom, as seen through the lens of Jamie Hawkesworth.
From 1988 to 1991 Dawoud Bey made a series of portraits of African Americans in the streets of various American cities.
In this third, photo-based chapter of the Damiani series, Michael Stipe explores strength, courage and vulnerability.
Vicky: ‘Fucking Glad I met You’ is a personal and raw collection of portraits and mobile phone snapshots shot in the summer of 2020 by Dutch photographer Ilja Keizer.
Celebrating Dior's floral inspirations in fashion and perfume, this unique volume features a portfolio of rose portraits by photographer Nick Knight.
All four books of Wolfgang Tillmans edited into one stream of intersecting perspectives on life around the turn of the millenium.
The first comprehensive survey of the multifaceted oeuvre of Nigerian photographer Samuel Fosso.
A powerful new series by Luis Alberto Rodriguez, made collaboratively amongst the communities of County Wexford in Ireland, where ancient tradition and modern life rub shoulders daily.
This book explores David Hockney as a draughtsman from the 1950s to now, with a focus on himself, his family and friends.
A breathtaking tribute to two pillars of fashion and photography and their timeless collaborations: Dior & Lindbergh.
When the American photographer met French model Paul Hameline in 2015, it sparked a friendship that would evolve into a two-year project, producing a series of intimate portraits and discussions.
Taking its name from a line in the Wallace Stevens' poem "The Gray Room," Alec Soth's latest book is a lyrical exploration of the limitations of photographic representation.
Deana Lawson is one of the most compelling photographers of her generation. Over the last ten years, she has created a visionary language to describe identities through intimate portraiture and striking accounts of ceremonies and rituals.
Contains a new essay by John Haskell that posits possible stories behind Hofer’s photos and draws connections between these images.
One of the most influential photographers of our time, iconic portraits sit side by side never-before-published photographs.
A celebration of almost 35 years of portraits; the definitive overview of this period of Newton's work.
An electrifying retrospective from renowned contemporary photographer, Marco Grob.
Two cameras, one couple: Helmut Newton and Alice Springs turn the lens on their love and their life.
The most intimate portrait of Vivian Maier to date with 60 never-before-seen black-and-white and four-color self-portraits.
Lixenberg's clear-headed and empathetic vision comes through in this series of portraits of people from Jeffersonville Indiana. Shop now and receive a signed copy.
In 1950 photographer Robert Frank arrived in Valencia, Spain. The pictures Frank took of the small fishing village of Valencia allow dignity to override poverty.