North America

North America: From Inuit territory in Canada in the Great North, to Mexico in Central America, via Quebec and the United States, not forgetting Native Americans, Cajuns, ...
North America in its diversity, from megacities to deserts, from the West Coast to New-Yok City or Florida, from VIPs to John Doe.

North America: From Inuit territory in Canada in the Great North, to Mexico in Central America, via Quebec and the United States, not forgetting Native Americans, Cajuns, ...
North America in its diversity, from megacities to deserts, from the West Coast to New-Yok City or Florida, from VIPs to John Doe.

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  • Presentation by Stanley / Barker: " « This is how I remember New York City in 2002. I was 19 years old and had just moved to Manhattan from my family's small farm on Long Island. It was the first summer after the September 11 attacks. Workers were removing the last of the debris from the collapsed Twin Towers. The city felt both immense and fragile...

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  • Presentation by MACK:" 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. Van Manen has established herself as a unique voice in documentary photography, her visual language imbued with empathy and...

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  • Presentation by VOID: " The project was photographed in the early 90s when Cammie Toloui was working as a stripper at the Lusty Lady Theater in San Francisco to fund her photojournalism degree at San Francisco State University. Customers who paid to view her naked body and watch her perform sex acts on herself were offered a discounted price if they...

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  • Presentation by Art Paper Editions: " Cabin Fever is the first publication of New-York based artist Katie Burnett, and was developed in a very playful and intuitive way. Burnett investigated the possibilities of her own environment and self. Cabin Fever is a 80-page photographic display of self-portraiture, but not the usual kind. Within the title,...

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  • This publication is a collection of Duane Michals photographs that "enact" expressions or sayings of the English language, in comical or absurd ways and situations. The text, in both English and French, is "hidden" in a cut-short page at the center of the images, which are all in double-spreads. About midway into the book, a sequence of images appears as...

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  • Presentation by The Gould Collection: " Volume Two of The Gould Collection presents fifty-eight photographs by Saul Leiter with the story It Don't Mean a Thing by Paul Auster. Black-and-white and color photographs by Leiter from 1947 through the 1970s—with many images never before published—are paired with Auster's tale of interlinked life events and...

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  • Presentation by Loose Joints: " The Amen Break is a singular sample of a four-bar drum solo that went on to change the course of music in the twentieth century. Originally derived from seven seconds of a soul B-side by The Winstons, the sample proliferated with the rise of hip hop in the 1980s and became a staple of drum and bass and jungle music. It has...

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  • Presentation by Stanley / Barker: " In 1986, the American artist Judith Black was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship with the intention of documenting a cross-country road trip with her four children. Unlike Robert Frank's iconic Guggenheim-funded road trip 30 years earlier, Black's mission was much more intimate. Rather than documenting America, her...

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  • Presentation by Stanley / Barker: " In October 1979, Pope John Paul II came to the Boston Common, the historic park in Boston. Susan Kandel was there taking pictures of families who'd come to see him, carrying on with work she had started months earlier photographing families at Revere Beach, a few miles north of Boston.  Among the people she photographed...

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  • Presentation by Fisheye: [translation L'Ascenseur Végétal] " 10 years of trips, 10 years of photography. Fisheye presents the new photobook by Théo Gosselin, Roll, a retrospective look at a decade of photography. Roll gathers about a 100 images by the photographer, iconic or unseen, from the beginning of his career until today. And we discover the...

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  • Presentation by Prestel: " Examining increasingly fluid notions of masculinity over the past six decades, this book offers a culturally diverse collection of work from some of the world’s most celebrated photographers. This photographic exploration draws together the work of approximately fifty artists of different ethnicities, generations, and gender...

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  • Presentation by Roma Publications: " Published on the occasion of Suter's exhibition at Printed Matter in New York (February 21 - April 21 2019), Cloud Service is a monographic index of clouds and cloud-suggestive forms, both vast and microscopic in scale. Sweeping aerial shots, volcanic plumes and skyscapes are interwoven with coral, cauliflowers, and...

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  • Presentation by MoMA / Museum of Modern Art: " Published in conjunction with the first major museum exhibition of Brazilian modernist photography outside of Brazil, Fotoclubismo presents the groundbreaking creative achievements of the Foto-Cine Clube Bandeirante, an amateur photography club founded in São Paulo in 1939. The vast majority of FCCB members...

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  • Presentation by Loose Joints: " « A year and change into father's diagnosis, his nightly calls began to become more frequent. My sister and I, his youngest children, spent countless hours in his room caring for him as his body gave up. Many nights we'd leave his room both knowing his condition was getting much worse, but we chose to say nothing of it. » I...

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  • .In stock. Presentation by Fw:Books: " Encampment, Wyoming: Selections from the Lora Webb Nichols Archive 1899-1948 features Nichols' own work and the images by amateur photographers she collected in the early 20th century as the proprietor of a photofinishing business in southern Wyoming. Culled from over 24,000 photographs, the book provides a dynamic...

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  • .Sold out. Presentation by Steidl: " Conceived and edited by film director Martin Bell, Mary Ellen Mark's husband and collaborator for 30 years, The Book of Everything celebrates in over 600 images and diverse texts Mark's extraordinary life, work and vision. From 1963 to her death in 2015, Mark told brilliant, intimate, provocative stories of characters...

  • Presentation by Understory: " In his preface, filmmaker Peter Ward describes acquiring the archive of Bernard Taylor, an enigmatic former resident of his suburban New York village. Ward selected and edited this group of Taylor's papers: intimate worksheets that combine a series of photographs, maps, and postcards with illusive short texts that were...

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  • Presentation by Overlapse: " Antone Dolezal and Lara Shipley return to their home region of the Ozarks in the American Midwest, where locals persist in their search for a legendary floating orb of light that can only be seen from the Devil's Promenade. It's a lushly wooded road in an area where wanderers flock to seek possible redemption, or just to...

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  • Presentation by Overlapse: " This multi-layered work explores the Black experience of driving in America over the past 85 years. By picturing how it has too often been marked by fear, violence and death, A Parallel Road challenges representations of the American ideal of the road trip that have long dominated our view through artistic and literary media....

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  • .Sold out. Presentation of the original edition by Overlapse : "A curious tale spun from the life of mysterious hermit Joseph Plummer, who lived in the woods of central New Hampshire in the late 1700s. Two centuries later an unsuspecting man purchased the mythical loner’s land and built a hideaway cabin for himself – only to discover the legend of Joseph...

  • Presentation by Mack: " From 1988 to 1991 Dawoud Bey made a series of portraits of African Americans in the streets of various American cities. Using a large format tripod mounted camera and a unique positive/negative Polaroid film that created both an instant print and a reusable negative, he asked a cross section of the populations of these communities...

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  • Presentation by Mack: " In 1977, Stephen Shore travelled across New York state, Pennsylvania, and eastern Ohio – an area in the midst of industrial decline that would eventually be known as the Rust Belt. Shore met steelworkers who had been thrown out of work by plant closures and photographed their suddenly fragile world: deserted factories, lonely bars,...

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  • Presentation by GOST Books: " « In my nineties, my work looks different than I've ever seen it before… There's a time for photographs that say hello, and there's a time to listen. »           --  Elliott ErwittOver 170 previously unseen images by photographer Elliott Erwitt will be published for the first time in Found, Not Lost. Spanning more than sixty...

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  • Presentation by Mack: " In Plain Air is a lyrical portrait of Brooklyn's Prospect Park as seen through Rozovsky's studies of its visitors, each seeking escape from the din of the city beyond. The seed of the idea for the work was planted ten years ago when Rozovsky took a small motorboat around the park's southern lake. Floating by the tree-lined shore,...

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  • Presentation by TBW Books: " Between 1983 and 1987 along the California/Mexico border, Ken Light took his Hasselblad camera and flash and rode along with US Border Patrol agents in the middle of the night as they combed the Otay Mesa looking for “illegal aliens.” He was there when they were apprehended – captured by authorities as well as the...

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  • Quick view Hujar, Peter
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    Original presentation by Twin Palms (2002): " When Peter Hujar (1934–1987) died at the age of fifty-three, his remarkable oeuvre fell into neglect. Sporadic exhibitions and catalogues failed to give Hujar his critical due or make the work widely accessible. Now, on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the publication of his first book, Portraits in Life and...

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  • .Limited number of signed copies, unsigned afterwards. Presentation by Chose Commune :   " This book presents 27 years of Deanna Dikeman photographing her parents waving goodbye as she left their home after a visit. Just as she was driving away, Dikeman invariably pointed her camera at her parents. What started with a candid snapshot in 1991 turned into...

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  • Text included in the book:   " « 'Be careful', my father had written to me, 'it's supposed to be unsafe out there', words interspersed with photographs from the cargo ship that he was working on as he made his way up the Mississippi river to the port right outside New Orleans. The immigration rules did not allow him to step on American soil and he had no...

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  • Presentation by GOST: " Good Morning, America (Volume III) is the third in an ongoing series of five books by photographer Mark Power exploring the cultural and physical landscape of the US. When Power began this project in 2012 he could not have predicted the seismic changes wrought by both politics and pandemic on America in this period. This new book,...

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  • Presentation by Mack: " Avec But Still, It Turns, Paul Graham curates a subtle thesis and revitalising manifesto for photography. The dynamic and diverse work gathered here advocates an unashamed, but not uncomplicated, dedication to the brilliant tangle of reality. Without being tempted by the artifice of the studio or the restrictive demands of...

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  • Presentation by Mack: " Transparencies: Small Camera Works 1971-1979 offers an alternative account of one of the most fabled episodes in photographic history: the cross-country journeys that produced Stephen Shore’s luminous new vision of the American landscape, Uncommon Places. Along with his large-format camera, Shore also brought a 35mm Leica on his...

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  • Presentation by TBW Books: " A foreboding meditation in the vein of Southern Gothic literature, Drake's most recent body of work emerged through her collaboration with an enigmatic group of women from Mississippi loosely calling themselves « Knit Club. » The nature of the club is ambiguous. It is a cross between a gang, a cult of mysteries, and a group...

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