Thomas Albdorf was born in Linz, Upper Austria in 1982. His main interest focuses on photography and sculpture – in particular, the intersection area between both practices. “General View“ investigates conceptions of a new reality that continuously departs from the indexical referent towards an ever-changing rendering of a world that is yet still routed in the photographic image.
This newspaper-style book by Katja Stuke shows large video portraits, taken during a busride in London in April 2009 on the Route 11 from ›World’s End‹ to ›Liverpool Street Station‹. You see – from an surveillance point of view – pedestrians and bankers, and in the second part of the book – from a face-to-face perspective – portraits of (masked) protesters who stopped the traffic in the City of London with their Anti-G20-summit-demonstrations.
In the seventies, the German photographer Timm Rautert came to North America to photograph a Amish community in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and a Hutterite community in Alberta, Canada.
Published on the occasion of Saul Leiter’s exhibition at the Foundation Henri Cartier-Bresson in Paris from January 17th to April 13th 2008. Here we see the photographer’s colour and black and white work side by side in book form.
Erik van der Weijde is a prolific Dutch photographer and publisher who self-publishes much of his work through his imprint 4478ZINE.
Claudia Andujar, born in Neuchâtel, Switzerland in 1931, dedicated her life to photograph the Yanomami, an Amazonian community with little contact with the outside world. This publication was published in conjunction with the same-named exhibition at the MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt/Main (18.2. – 25.6.2017).
Gathering more than 100 portraits of women by Walter Pfeiffer, most of them being published for the first time, this books shows a new facette to Walter Pfeiffer’s rich oeuvre.
This series of photographs by the Czech artist Jitka Hanzlová (1958)is a compilation of approximately 50 portraits of women of various ages. The series was created between 1997 and 2000 and shows a multifaceted portrait of contemporary female identity.
Between November 2009 and January 2011, Slovakian photographer Martin Kollar spent extended periods of time working and living in Israel, building a photographic dossier on one of the most contentious geographical zones of modern history.
Shomei Tomatsu, who died aged 82 in 2012, was perhaps the most influential Japanese photographer of the postwar era. With texts by Leo Rubinfien, Sandra S. Phillips and John W. Dower.
Blog post on Manuel Álvarez Bravo: Polaroids (Editorial RM, 2005).