ELLSWORTH KELLY: PHOTOGRAPHS
Aperture Foundation, 2016
92 duotone images
Ellsworth Kelly is credited with inventing a new kind of painting, one inspired by nature but also by the chance compositions he encountered in the world. He started taking photographs in 1950, using a borrowed Leica to "make notations of things I had seen and subjects I had been drawing."
EUGENE RICHARDS. THE RUN-ON OF TIME
Lisa Hostetler, April M. Watson (eds)
Yale University Press, 2017
155 colour + tritone images
The first publication to situate the work of Richards in the long photographic tradition that merges personal artistic vision with documentary practice.
HELMUT NEWTON POLAROIDS REPRINT
Gordon Parks, Ralph Ellison
Parks and Ellison collaborated on two historic photo-essays, now published in full for the first time.
KEIICHI TAHARA. ARCHITECTURE FIN-DE-SIÈLE
966 Slipcase pages
Full colour images
Art Nouveau marvels across Europe.
KLAUS KINOLD. ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHS
Wolgang Pehnt (essay)
Axel Menges, 2017
The work of Klaus Kinold, born 1939 in Essen, is part of a tradition of photography, and particularly of architectural photography.
LE GENDARME SUR LA COLLINE
Aperture Foundation, 2017
In this album, the compelling photographer Alessandra Sanguinetti explores her vision of France, in which old traditions persist even while they fray and shift in relation to contemporary stresses, including multiculturalism.
MARY ELLEN MARK ON THE PORTRAIT AND THE MOMENT
Mary Ellen Mark
Aperture Foundation, 2015
The Photography Workshop Series