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  • @Earth


    @earth is as revolutionary in form as it is in content. It contains no words: instead it tells its story in the universal language of photomontage, long the favoured medium of radical artists.

  • Gordon Parks: Born Black


    Originally published in 1971, Gordon Parks’ Born Black was the first book to unite his writing and his photography and also the first to provide a focused survey of Parks’ documentation of a crucial time for the civil rights and Black Power movements.

  • Janaina Tschape: 100 Little Deaths


    The photographic series One Hundred Little Deaths is the artist Janaina Tschape’s meditation on mortality, both dark and oddly humorous photographs taken all over the world. The artist lies face down in empty rooms, houses, casxtles, gardens, on beaches, fields, oceans and bridges, daring the viewer to decide, is she sleeping, dead or merely joking?

  • Magnum: photobook


    Its pages include unpublished behind-the-scenes material, together with ephemera from the photographers’ archives about the making of their books.