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  • Binh Dahn and Robert Schultz
    In this book about the lasting impact of war, Binh Danh and Robert Schultz create chlorophyll prints out of leaves found at historical sites in the USA.
  • Michael Schnabel
    Rejecting the stereotypical approach to photographing sublime mountain ranges in the light of day, this photographer instead points his lens towards the snowy peaks of the Alps at night.
  • Maria Sturm and Cemre Yeşil
    Setting out to document the centuries-old tradition of bird-keeping in Turkey, this photography duo walked away with so much more. The resulting project is an intricate photobook that visualizes the relationship between love and possession.
  • Klaus Frahm
    Taking inspiration from seminal photographers like Ed Ruscha, Walker Evans and the Bechers, this photographer documents the overlooked sides of billboards of L.A.
  • Adrián Fernández Milanés
    This collaborative photo project breaks down the traditional understanding of documentary photography as a medium necessarily bound to reality.
  • Guanyu Xu
    By disrupting the apartment he grew up in with portraits, family photography and cutouts from fashion magazines, this artist unleashes the repression he feels as a closeted gay man in his parents’ home.
  • Yangkun Shi
    What does a socialist utopia look like? Enter the world of China’s few remaining village conglomerates that continue to embrace Mao’s legacy today.
  • Void Photo
    Created just three years ago, independent publishing house Void has quickly established a singular, gritty vision that speaks to the shared interests and passions of its founders.
  • Francesco Merlini
    Capturing serene landscapes with a color palette extracted from nightmares, Francesco Merlini tells the story of loss, adolescence and childhood frustrations.
  • Efrem Zelony-Mindell
    In their new photobook, artist and curator Efrem Zelony-Mindell brings together the work of 68 photographers, redefining our approach to constructing queer stories and conversations in the contemporary art world.