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).
Peter Granser, who lives in Stuttgart, Germany, commutes to the U.S. for work: his two previous books of photographs, Sun City (2003) and Alzheimers (2005) observe aging and illness among preternaturally prosperous and tan American retirees. Coney Island brings his gaze to an outpost of retro beach culture and economic decay that may be better known in Europe than at home.
For their project Monalisen der Vorstädte Ute and Werner Mahler photographed young women in transition, who are living between city and countryside. Thirty of these portraits have been selected for a book that was being published by Meier and Mueller. Its print run is limited to 500 copies.
This book is a collection of photographs by dutch photographer Hans van der Meer that showcases the everyday landscapes of lower league football in Europe.
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.
Immune features a remarkable blend of new photos including previously unreleased footage from the prize-winning video clips she has created for music acts including Christina Aguilera, the Cure, Incubus, Björk, Leonard Cohen and the Living Things.
In 2010 the photographer Arne Schmitt traveled with his camera through the western states of Germany and documented the places that were destroyed by bombs during the war and replaced after 1945.
Mike Brodie spent years crisscrossing the U.S. documenting his experiences, now appreciated as one of the most impressive archives of American travel photography.
Moyra Davey’s practice encompasses photography, film, and video, as well as reading and writing. The monograph Speaker Receiver brings the diverse aspects of Davey’s work together.
“Michael Wolf’s Tokyo Compression focuses on the craziness of Tokyo’s underground system. For his shots he has chosen a location which relentlessly provides his camera with new pictures minute by minute.
This publication is a reprint of the first book realized by Wolfgang Tillmans for his first exhibition at Kunsthalle Zürich in 1995.
Martha Rosler won the “Spectrum” – International Prize for Photography 2005 awarded by the Stiftung Niedersachsen. This book presents her photographic series in honor of the occasion.