The Poetics of Absence

Photographer Brian Karlsson presents the viewer with a real world, where mysterious forces are at play.

Paris, My Love

Since 1975, Peter Turnley has been photographing life in Paris, his city of adoption. From November 24 to 29, he is selling 30 …

When a River Becomes a Border

Until January 29, the Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris is showcasing the exhibition Al rio / To the River by Zoe Leonard, an …

Asphalt and Sweat

For 7 years Capucine Bailly photographed a basketball court in lower Manhattan, which now turned into a book: “The Cage”.

The Black-Owned Gallery that Transformed the NY Art Scene in the ‘70s & ‘80s

A new exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art celebrates Just Above Midtown (JAM), the gallery at the forefront of New York’s avant-garde.

Eugene Richards, In This Brief Life

Having sifted through his archives, Eugene Richards, the masterful American documentary photographer, launches a fundraising appeal for his new book, In This Brief …


Sarah Moon, Dior Forever

The photographer is releasing a 3-book box set in collaboration with the House of Dior, documenting the evolution of the couture house across 75 years. A wonderful homage to Dior himself, and an intriguing documentation of how fashion changes throughout the years.

Watching You

About 15 years ago, Colin Pantall spent time photographing his daughter watching TV, in the messy comfort of their living room. Now a book, “Sofa Portraits” provides a fascinating journey into the emotions of a child living her day-to-day life.