BRENDA MORENO. B TO B

by Natalya Reznik

«The story has no clear classical plot, instead it balances on the unsteady edge of associations, feelings and dreams, supported by the strong frame of book design. The book "B to B’ has a lot in common with cinema - a dreamy-style movie, that plenty of great photo books look like.»

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Mexico
19.05.2017

KOSMAS PAVLIDIS. MATERIALITY AND TEMPORALITY WITHIN THE LANDSCAPE

by Lina Manousogiannaki

«Reconstruction to me is homage to famous Greek film maker Theo Aggelopoulos. It is an attempt to reconstruct stories, or even small details that have deeply touched me.»

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Greece
11.05.2017

HERE, DEATH WILL COME TOMORROW

by Santolo Felaco

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Italy
09.05.2017

PAOLO CIREGIA. PERESTROJKA

by Rocco Venezia

«Propaganda extrapolated from its cultural and historical context is no longer "reassuring and positive” but on the contrary, losing the false and arrogant patina that characterises it, reveals the atrocities hidden behind the war.»

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Italy
08.05.2017

KATERINA ZUEVA ON PHOTOBOOK FEST RUSSIA

by Natalya Reznik

« The weirder and stranger a book is, the more interested they will be.»

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Russia
05.05.2017

GIULIA FLAVIA BACZYNSKI. CARTA FISICA DELLA TERRA
Fonderia 20.9
Verona, Italy
20.05.2017 - 17.06.2017

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DEAN C.K. COX: NORTH KOREA AND BEYOND

by Polina Shubkina

«When I was around 10 years old I would join him sometimes in the dark room on the US military base in Germany where he served to see how he processed and developed film and then printed photos.»

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United States
02.05.2017

MAT RAPPAPORT. THE METAPHOR OF PROJECTION

by Steve Bisson

« I am interested in work which excavates, teases, provokes and humanizes complex and difficult topics and the systems in which we find ourselves enmeshed. We have significant challenges as a species, and I’d like to think artists can be part of the response.»

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United States
02.05.2017

PHOTOBOOK PHENOMENON

by Eleonora Milner

«The role of the photobook today at the same time proposing a reinterpretation of the history of photography by focusing on the role of the photobook and of printed photographs, tracing a path that leads from its beginnings to contemporary production.»

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Spain
02.05.2017

UNDER THE SURVEILLANCE OF ANCIENT ANIMALS

by Maria Oliveira

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Portugal
28.04.2017

LARS ROLFSTED MORTENSEN. IN SEARCH OF HABITAT

by Steve Bisson

«I’m more interested in depicting the physical framework of the city than the social realm itself. I usually photograph areas that are somewhat marginalised or overlooked.»

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Denmark
24.04.2017

CLOSE, BY FAR

by Matthieu Litt

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Belgium
24.04.2017

DANIELLE VAN ZADELHOFF. FRAGILE
44 Gallery
Bruges, Belgium
23.04.2017 - 28.05.2017

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THOMAS JORION. VESTIGES D'EMPIRE

by Klaus Fruchtnis

«My photos are not an instant of time but an instant in time. 'Vestiges d’empire' is a collection of landscapes, portraits of places, architectural views, but also testimonials, vanities of the history of the French colonial empire.»

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France
18.04.2017

JEAN FRANÇOIS FLAMEY. NIM IS A TREE

by Lina Manousogiannaki

«Technique, images, feelings they all come together to form an artistic language in which the artist engages; a mixture of found situations and enigmatic details.»

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Belgium
18.04.2017

DAN BURN-FORTI. GO AWAY

by Steve Bisson

«‘Go Away’ is a look at our preoccupation with escapism, be it in the most literal form of going away from home or the more mundane way we attempt escape through transformation of the normal and everyday into a childlike World of artificiality.»

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England
18.04.2017

MARK STEINMETZ. SOUTH
Yancey Richardson
New York, United States
06.04.2017 - 13.05.2017

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CHARLES H. TRAUB. NO PERFECT HEROES

by Steve Bisson

«Lens based digital imagery is the great currency of our time. It is affected by and affects all of our decisions. The best artists are the ones I call creative interlocutors. They can come from many roles, but they hold in common the mission of enabling others to be creative.»

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United States
10.04.2017

ALONG THE BREAK

by Roei Greenberg

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Israel
10.04.2017

THE WALKING MOUNTAIN

by Steve Bisson

«We wanted to investigate deeper an area whose fundamental equilibrium was undeniably altered by a catastrophic event. “The Vajont consumed minds” wrote the journalist Lucia Vastano.»

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Italy
05.04.2017
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