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The San Quentin Project collects a largely unseen visual record of daily life inside one of America’s oldest and largest prisons.
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 Thing on a Table in a House transports you directly into Serban’s anthropomorphic world, one that straddles the ever-fine line separating furniture and sculpture.
Originally commissioned as a photo essay for the New Yorker in 1995, New York Living Rooms offers a frank and intimate study of the interior living spaces of some of the city’s most fabled cultural figures.
Angela Davis’ iconic 1985 essay on the role of art in social and racial liberation, illustrated by painter Tschabalala Self.
A major overview of the most innovative, ambitious and beautiful houses on the Indian subcontinent.
A compact survey of the work of 20th-century photographer Helen Levitt, best known for her New York street photography.
Collecting images from online video platforms and on the ground, ‘Avondklok’ paints the dystopian reality of what was the first half of 2021.
Opéra Pâtisserie marks the entrance of the most talented pastry chef of his generation, Cédric Grolet, into the world of boulangerie-pâtisserie.
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.
A comprehensive monograph on the work of KAWS, one of the most sought-after artists and creative forces of our time.