Pulled together by a deep green background, LM Chabot’s images demonstrate indulgence and finesse – from large concepts to minute details.
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Tracing a landscape of signs, buildings and interiors, Jim Dow’s photographs record the character of a past era. Beginning in the 1960s, he has continued to capture these elements all over the world.
This book is an enthralling collection of portraits of Africa’s intense and sometimes tragic beauty, which showcases award-winning photographer, Hugo’s most important images to date.
New Museum in New York presents the first major retrospective of the artist Sarah Charlesworth, whose work explores mass media saturation.