Written by Annette Behrens
In 2007, the Höcker album surfaced the only known album of photographs showing the everyday life and leisure of Nazis who worked at Auschwitz. Based on these photographs, Annette Behrens researched the life and person of the albums owner, SS officer Karl-Friedrich Höcker, adjutant to the last commandant of Auschwitz, Richard Baer.
101 Tragedies is Enrique Metinides' selection of the key 101 images from his half-century of photographing crime scenes and accidents in Mexico for local newspapers and the notas rojas (or red pages--for their bloody content) crime press.
Written by John Maybury
Taken in the streets, clubs, basements and bars of London between 1978 and 1987, the photographs in 78-87 London Youth celebrate the many mutations in London's youth culture from the height of punk to the birth of Acid House.
Written by Collier Schorr
Great Book Brand new only opened to be signed and to take few pics for this ad Collier Schorr's latest book 8 Women presents work which spans from the mid-nineties to the present.
Written by Govia, Andre
The first book by worldwide Urbex pioneer Andre Govia brings you the definitive document of cinematic abandoned photography. Having explored over 800 indvidual locations Andre takes us on a journey behind the facade of abandoned buildings to discover the hauntingly beautiful discoveries within. Welcome to Never Never Land Andre Govia is a legend among urban explorers.
Written by Michals, Duane
The legendary photographer relates intimate themes of his life and art in a scrapbook memoir illustrated by his works--from portraits of Magritte to Warhol, to painted tintypes, and the revolutionary multiple-image sequences and handwritten texts for which he is best known--and by pieces from his personal art collection, now donated to Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Art.
Written by Siegel, Elizabeth
Over the past twenty-five years, Abelardo Morell (b. 1948) has earned international praise for his images that use the language of photography to explore visual surprise and wonder. Born in Havana, Cuba, Morell came to the United States as a teenager in 1962 and later studied photography, earning an MFA from Yale University.