For almost thirty years, Wolfgang Tillmans has been creating new pictorial worlds of abstract photography with his Silver works, which sound out and compellingly expand the boundaries and representability of photographic processes.
Mise en pièces combine two series taken several years apart. It brings together self-portraits, pictures taken during cosmetic surgeries and indeterminate still lifes, mixing flowers, guts, flesh, fluids, and all those humours that usually escapes our vision.
Mark Steinmetz completes his powerful and moving trilogy, 'South', with Greater Atlanta. Photographing in Atlanta and its outlying regions, Steinmetz provides his testimony on contemporary American civilization.
Interstate 81 cuts directly through the heart of Syracuse, New York. Built fifty years ago, the construction of I-81 displaced Syracuse's 15th Ward community and has affected the city's character over time. The concrete and metal structure is now in a state of disrepair, and the conversations surrounding the future of the viaduct are as contentious as the...
"I live on a large granite rock at the far end of Finistère, the western tip of France. My neighbors are woodcutters, bonesetters, diviners, mesmerists, and geomancers. One makes recordings of the voices of the dead and transmits them to the living. The house behind me is haunted. At night, the ocean water echoes the cries of those lost at sea. I wasn’t...
" Summer Shore is the geographical name of the coastal area of the White Sea located on the eastern side of the Onegian Peninsula in the north of the Arkhangelsk Region. This book has the same title — Summer Shore. I spent my childhood on the outskirts of Severodvinsk by the White Sea."
An almanac to the world of Whatever You Say, Say Nothing by Gilles Peress, also published by Steidl this season, Annals of the North combines essays, stories, photographs, documents and testimonies to open up for the reader the complicated and contradictory storylines that emerged from the conflict in the North of Ireland.