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In her book, “Showcaller,” Talia Chetrit spreads her life out onto the pages, a retrospective exploring intimate and important moments from the past 24 years of her life
The book photographs the titular cluster of city and federal office buildings that lie between the White House and the Capitol. A ‘bureaucratic Bermuda Triangle’, as Osborne put it.
Juergen Teller's new book on photography, Handbags, printed by Steidl, thoroughly ponders this question by showing us everything that handbags are capable of expressing.
Another Way of Looking at Love, a 2018 photo book by Janelle Lynch […] elegantly demonstrates why it is important to learn about the world by closely examining it.
Andrew Moore captures the beauty and loneliness of rural life in his new collection, Blue Alabama.
Respectable Pennsylvania photographer William Goldman risked his reputation to secretly photograph prostitutes in a brothel circa 1892, a passion project that was later titled Working Girls. It captures these women as humans rather than harlots, beginning with a section titled “Innocence.”