Books

RAW VIEW

Wednesday 2 November

Raw View is a non profit magazine made by an exceptional group of professionals, writers, journalists, photo editors, graphic designers and translators working on a volunteer basis. In addition to the editorial staff, the magazine is aided by a team of ten international professionals.

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1a 1999

Wednesday 2 November

Title Ia 1999 Artist Yamandú Roos Designer Yamandú Roos Publisher Yamandú Roos Colour Grading Olya Oleinic Separations Colour & Books Press checks Colour & Books Production Colour & Books Printer Wilco   Pages  72 Papertype

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DON’T AXE ME

Monday 31 October

This book has been published on the occasion of the new Museum exhibition “Ellen Gallagher: Don’t Axe me,” curated by Gary Carrion-Murayari.
“Don’t Axe Me” brings together over twenty years of work by the American artist Ellen Gallagher.

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AMETSUCHI

Wednesday 26 October

Rinko Kawauchi has gained international recognition for her nuanced, lushly colored images that offer closely observed fragments of everyday life. In this work, she shifts her attention from the micro to the macro.

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738

Monday 24 October

When Nicholas lived in Los Angeles he used to walk around a lot. These daily photographic excursions always started from the building he was living in: #738.

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DAVID BOWIE / THE SEVENTIES

Monday 24 October

Gijsbert Hanekroot started his career as a professional photographer in 1969. This turned out to be the perfect time to capture the explosion of the rockscene in the 70s, which resulted in many iconic photographs.

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IN THE SHADOW OF THE PYRAMIDS

Monday 14 March

This book started for the photographer as a project investigating her Egyptian roots. And then the uprising came along. These two stories got interwoven cleverly by the designer and Laura.

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SKID ROW

Monday 14 March

A photo project about one of the more desperate neighbourhoods one can think of. Désirée van Hoek photographed the streets and their dwellers in this area in Los Angeles for 6 years. She overcame her fear and shows us the people that live there out on the streets as fellow humans.

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NATURALLY

Sunday 6 March

For this book the photographer travelled to various places in the world with a dancer as his model, some colour and of course his camera. He then captured the movement of the dancers while they danced. No photoshop involved here.

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IMPERIAL COURTS

Thursday 3 March

This book is Dana Lixenberg’s magnum opus. After working for 23 years on this subject, the publication of a comprehensive book about it, is a major thing in her career. I was honoured she invited me to team up with her.

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