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An anthropological exploration of identity, transformation and coming-of-age amongst marginalised communities in the heart of the Amazon.
This first overview of Casper Faassen's photographic work includes his Asia series, dancers from the Dutch National Ballet series, cityscapes, and still lifes in the style of Morandi.
The best photo assignments from the Monocle archive, published to mark the magazine’s fifteenth anniversary.
The first and only survey of Japanese design as seen through the lens of Japan’s traditional colour spectrum.
A sensual document of these trying times, Lisa Sorgini’s series of portraits taken during the pandemic render the complex experience of motherhood in shifting shades of light and darkness.
Tim Richmond’s elegiac, sombre ode to a coastal stretch of the Bristol Channel poetically weaves together lives hit by decades of austerity and isolation.
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.
Notice is a photo book that was created in Vancouver, BC, by photographer Wesley Verhoeve over the course of 123 daily photo walks between April 4th and August 5th, 2020.
Artists Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs explore how our conceptions of the future have changed over time and how that impacts our views on the present.
The first full presentation of Bourouissa’s important series revisits and contextualises the artist’s theatrical images of marginalised lives in Paris’ outskirts.
A depiction of photographer Kuba Ryniewicz's everyday life in Newcastle. Giving us a glimpse into a number of intimate and public moments.