Since the 1970s, Dutch photographer Bertien van Manen has created intimate and poignant photographs of commonplace scenes, produced during extended trips to Europe, America, China and the former Soviet Union.
Born in 1953, Ishikawa Mao photographed his native island of Okinawa, a territory with a complex history. An independent kingdom annexed by force by Japan in 1879, it became, following the defeat of Japan in the Second World War, a military colony under American jurisdiction.
In 1976, Gabriele Basilico was in Rimini for a project on the Grand Hotel. It was here that he met a number of artists who were performing at the Lady Godiva, the next-door nightclub. Intrigued, he shot a few photographs and was struck by the willingness of the artists to pose for him.
Aglaia Konrad’s photographic work probes the social, cultural, economic, political, and historical parameters that inform architecture and urbanism. Japan Works is the result of her journey through Japan in the autumn of 2019.
This massive publication consists of 930 photographs taken by Daido Moriyama in the first twenty years of his career. Starting with the oldest existing print from 1960 and ending around the publication of Moriyama’s photobook Light and Shadow in 1982, the book allows an unprecedented insight into the work – including many previously unpublished images –...
Self-published and brilliantly realized, Human by the hungarian photographer Gábor Arion Kudász gives to see the human by associating it with the ordinary object. This work, mentioned at the Prix de la Jeune création du BAL, earned the hungarian photographer the Grand Prix Robert Capa. Second edition, published in 500 copies. Signed and numbered.