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Gordon Parks, A Harlem Family 1967, 2012. Gordon Parks: A Harlem Family 1967 honours the legacy and the work of late iconic artist and photojournalist Gordon Parks, who would have turned 100 on November 30, 2012.

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Philip Brookman, Redlands, 2015 Redlands weaves together an intimate sequence of photographs and a short story by Philip Brookman, set in California, Mexico, and New York City during the unsettled decades of the 1960s and 1970s.

Ernst Haas - On set, 2015. This book considers the film stills of Ernst Haas, one of the most accomplished photographers of the twentieth century, transgressing the borders between still photography and the moving image.

Andrew Savulich, The city, 2015 Social and cultural transition is often hard to gauge. New York in the 1980s and the first half of the '90s was clearly a different place than it is now. Andrew Savulich's subject is this perpetually changing metropolis, and his images are a unique mix of spot news and street photography, capturing crime scenes as well as everyday life.

Dayanita Singh, Museum of Chance, 2015 Dayanita Singh's Museum of Chance is a book about how life unfolds, and asks to be recorded and edited, along and off the axis of time. The inscrutably woven photographic sequence of Singh's Go Away Closer has now grown into a labyrinth of connections and correspondences.

Juergen Teller, The flow, 2015 Following the success of I Just Arrived in Paris (Steidl, 2014) THE FLOW is the second book in the continuing collaboration between Juergen Teller and Nicolas Ghesquière, artistic director of Louis Vuitton.

Gordon Parks, Back to Fort Scott, 2015. Gordon Parks returned to his hometown in southeastern Kansas in the spring of 1950 to make the series of photographs that would accompany an article for Life magazine meant to center on the issue of segregated schools and their impact on black children in the years prior to the Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka decision (1952–54).

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