Category: Books

In Conversation: Tatum Shaw on “Plusgood!”

Tatum Shaw is a photographer born and raised in Cartersville, Ga. He moved to Portland in 2004 to work as a copywriter at the advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy. Now…

In Conversation: Patty Carroll on “Domestic Demise”

Patty Carroll has been known for her use of highly intense, saturated color photographs since the 1970’s. After teaching photography for many years, she delights viewers with her playful critique…

In Conversation: Evan Allan on “The Tiger Beetle”

Evan Allan is a Brooklyn based photographer working primarily with the constructed American landscape. He grew up in the mountains of Western North Carolina and received his BA from UNC…

In Conversation: Molly Matalon on “When a Man Loves a Woman”

Molly Matalon is a photographer born and raised in South Florida. She received her BFA in photography from The School of Visual Arts in New York City. Her work deals…

In Conversation: Christopher E Manning on “Everything, As Perfect As It Seems”

Christopher E. Manning has an MFA from SUNY New Paltz and BFA from Manhattanville College. He is currently the Exhibitions Manager at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, as well as…

Marco Pietracupa

Marco Pietracupa, was born in Brixen (Sudtirol-Italy) and moved to Milan at the beginning of the nineties to turn his passion into a profession. After having attended the Italian Institute…

Up For Review : Ed Templeton’s ‘Hairdos of Defiance’

When I started flipping through Ed Templeton’s latest book “Hairdos of Defiance”, the notion of “collecting” became readily apparent. From the nineties into the 21st century, Templeton has been fascinated…

Anthony Gerace
And Another Thing

[portfolio_slideshow id=45950 pagerpos=disabled autoplay=true speed=50 ] “I personally feel that a box, far from being a dead end, is an entrance to another world. I don’t know to where, but…

Meg Griffiths

Meg Griffiths is currently based in Columbia, South Carolina. Her book, Casa de fruta y pan, hopes to add something new to the on-going conversation of a changing Cuba.Read more...

Zora J. Murff

Zora Murff is a photographer based in Lincoln Nebraska. His book, Corrections, focuses on how images are used to define individuals who are deemed criminals.Read more...

Aint-Bad – Monograph Set

Can\'t decide which monograph to purchase first? Pick up all three and save. Each publication comes signed and numbered. There will be a limited number of sets available.