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A HANDFUL OF DUST
MACK BOOKS, 2015
180 colour plates
a Handful of Dust is David Campany's speculative history of the last century, and a visual journey through some of its unlikeliest imagery.
ALEX WEBB: LA CALLE: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM MEXICO
Alex Webb, Guillermo Arriaga
Aperture Foundation, 2016
La Calle brings together more than thirty years of photography from the streets of Mexico by Alex Webb, spanning 1975 to 2007. Whether in black and white or color, Webb's richly layered and complex compositions touch on multiple genres.
Perimeter Editions, 2015
Arc is the debut book by Melbourne artist Zoë Croggon and the winner of the 2015 Asia-Pacific Photobook Prize.
BEFORE THEY PASS AWAY
320 colour colours
Abridged version of the global bestseller. This historic volume showcases tribal cultures around the world.
CAPA IN COLOR
Prestel Publishing, 2014
245 illustrations, 25 colour
This beautiful book looks at Robert Capa's color photography, a little-known but important aspect of the great photographer's work, and includes many never-before-published images.
Queensland Art Gallery, 2016
Featuring over 50 works by Cindy Sherman, it is a valuable contribution to publishing on this artist's articulate and incisive practice.
MACK BOOKS, 2016
64 colour plates
A dictionary will tell you that confabulations are memory disturbances; the production of fabricated, distorted memories about oneself and the world, but without a conscious intention to deceive.
EDWARD BURTYNSKY: ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS
William A. Ewing (ed)
Thames & Hudson, 2016
148 colour illustrations
Edward Burtynsky (b. 1955) is one of a generation of photographers who seek to portray the visible outcomes of a globalized economy and humankind's impact on environments around the world.