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From 1988 to 1991 Dawoud Bey made a series of portraits of African Americans in the streets of various American cities.
In this artist project, Glenn Ligon traces the representation of black people in the United States on book covers, highlighting the deliberate use of typography, photography and graphics.
This book examines design exchanges between the United States and Scandinavia over nearly a century and explores the reasons why Scandinavian design has continued to resonate with Americans.
A compendium of the most innovative and influential residential buildings in the United States since the beginning of the twentieth century, illustrated with over 400 colour photographs.
In this book Sam Contis presents a new window onto the work of the iconic American photographer Dorothea Lange.
Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb have been photographing this New York City borough for the past seven years, creating a profound and vibrant portrait.
In Andrew Moore's latest project, he focuses on Alabama―a region with a complex relationship to the past.
Picturing America’s National Parks brings together some of the finest landscape photography in the history of the medium, from America’s most magnificent and sacred environments.
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.
Election Eve contains images made in October 1976 during Eggleston’s pilgrimage from Memphis to the small town of Plains, Georgia.
More than 80 vibrant and varied photographs capture the many facets of the California mega-city.
Shepard Fairey's first book originally published in 2006 and updated in 2009, which showcases the artist's career from his earliest art school years to the creation of his famous Obama HOPE and CHANGE posters.