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Martin Hyers & Will Mebane: Empire

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Text by Karen Irvine

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Vincent Cianni: Gays in the Military

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Adrain Chesser: The Return

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Featured in VICE

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Jonathan Saruk: The Forbidden Reel

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In a nondescript concrete building along a busy street in the old city of Kabul, young men file into a dark, smoke-filled theater and take their seats. Soon the projector roars to life, and the audience begins to laugh, whistle and even dance as the latest Pakistani cinematic drama illuminates the big screen before them. In his new book, The Forbidden Reel, American- born photographer Jonathan Saruk documents the cinemas of Kabul-entertainment venues that had been banned under the Taliban but which have sputtered back to life since the US invasion 12 years ago. The Forbidden Reel provides an alternative narrative to life in this violence-plagued city where going to the movies, for many, is an escape from the harsh reality that lies outside.

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Mike Osborne: Floating Island

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Feature on Flaunt Magazine website.

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Mariette Pathy Allen: TransCuba

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Text by Mariela Castro, Allen Frame, Wendy Watriss

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Bull City Summer

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Bull City Summer: A Season at the Ballpark brings together a team of artists and documentarians around a season of minor league baseball to find stories and images on the field and behind the scenes that collectively present a microcosm of contemporary American culture engaged around a favorite pastime. The Durham Bulls are one of the most popular and successful minor league baseball teams in the country, with more players being sent to the Majors than any other minor league team.

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Katie Murray: All the Queens Men

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Featured in Time and Artdaily.

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Sara Macel: May the Road Rise to Meet You

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Featured in The New Yorker, Wired Magazine and The Telegraph: Inspirational Photography Books for 2014

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Henry Jacobson: Postcards Home

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Featured in Interview Magazine and Time.

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Sarah Christianson: Homeplace

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“The search for home place is the mythical search for the axis mundi, for something to hang on to,” wrote Lucy Lippard in The Lure of the Local. For Sarah Christianson, home is a 1200-acre farm in the Red River Valley of North Dakota. Her parents are the fourth, and last, consecutive generation to work this land, as she and her siblings have all moved away to pursue other careers. The realization that she was part of a larger rural exodus provided her with the impetus to document her farm at this critical juncture. She combined her images with materials from her family’s archive to create a rich, multi-layered narrative about family tradition, agriculture, emigration, and the passage of time. The result is a document that not only tells of hard toil and the declining role of the family farm in our economy, but that celebrates a resilient and fiercely independent tradition.

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Jeff Jacobson: The Last Roll

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Brett Van Ort: Minescape

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Featured in Le Journal de la Photographie, The Washington Post and Hot Shoe International.

72 pgs
30 color photographs
Brett Van Ort's photographs of landmines, prosthetic limbs and landscapes of Bosnia paint an ambiguous portrait of human technology as it variously maims or heals. Through it all the natural world remains edenic, its perils hidden from view. As Van Ort states, “these pieces show the regenerative power of nature and human beings’ insatiable appetite to expand, explore, conquer and transform nature into civility."

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Marjolaine Ryley: Growing Up in the New Age

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Featured in The Telegraph

152 pages
111 color photographs
Essays by Malcolm Dickson, Brigitte Ryley, Peter Ryley, Val Williams
Additional photographs by Dave Walking
Growing up in the New Age is an artist initiated research project that explores this alternative world, from communes in the south of France, squatting in South London and 'free school' education to the many forays into all things `New Age' set against the backdrop of social and political happenings of the era. Using a range of approaches including photography/digital imaging, film and video, writing, collecting, re-using archival materials and the web Growing up in the New Age sets out to reconsider the social utopias of the 1960s and early 70s and what we might learn from them today.

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elin o'Hara slavick: After Hiroshima

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Photographs Not Taken: A Collection of Photographers' Essays

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Featured in the New York Times, New Yorker, TIME, Wall Street Journal, Guardian, La Repubblica, Wired, Photograph, and Artnet

Edited by Will Steacy
Introduction by Lyle Rexer
Paperback, 232 pages

Photographs Not Taken is a collection of essays by photographers about moments that never became a picture. Conceived and edited by Will Steacy, each photographer was asked to abandon the camera and, instead, use words to recreate the image that never made it through their lens.

Featuring contributions from over sixty photographers!

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Kevin Kunishi: Los Restos de la Revolucion

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80 pages
40 color photographs

Featured in the New Yorker, Mother Jones, Huffington Post, Publishers Weekly, Photo-Eye, and PDN

From 2009 through 2010, twenty years after the Nicaraguan civil war ended, photographer Kevin Kunishi traveled throughout the highlands of Northern Nicaragua where the most intense fighting took place in an attempt to discover and document with his camera the legacy that this protracted and controversial war left behind. A selection of the resulting photographs, moving portraits of survivors, both Sandinistas and Contras, as well as exquisite landscapes and still lifes significant to the war, are gathered together here in Kunishi's first monograph.

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Bruce Haley : Sunder

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Featured by the New Yorker and New York Times

144 pages
55 black + white photographs
Introduction by Kirsten Rian
Foreword by Dina and Clint Eastwood
Essay by Andrei Codrescu

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Alejandro Cartagena : Suburbia Mexicana

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108 pages
36 color photographs
Introduction by Karen Irvine
Essay by Gerardo Montiel Klint
Interview by Lisa Uddin

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Issue #9, Cosmos

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The celestial bodies have inspired humans for as long as history has been recorded. From sun and moon worship to endless stories of life on other planets, the night sky has reflected all of the mysteries and terrors of the world back to us. This edition of Daylight features portfolios by: Adam Bartos | Robert Canali | Linda Connor | Vincent Fournier | Stan Gaz | Sharon Harper | Jason Lazarus | Charles Lindsay | Noel Rodo-Vankeulen | Phillip Scott Andrews | Greg Stimac | Neilson Tam

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