Malgorzata Stankiewicz is a Polish photographer living in Switzerland. This is the winning book at Unseen Dummy Award 2017.
Felicia Honkasalo (b. 1986) gained a Masters degree from the Time and Space department at the Academy of Arts Helsinki in 2016 and her BA from the University of the Arts London. She is also part of the collective Honkasalo-Niemi-Virtanen.
Douglas Mandry is a swiss photographer and artist, born in Geneva in 1989 and based between Zürich and Paris.
Fabrizio Albertini (b. 1984) graduated in Film Direction and Production at the International Academy of Audiovisual Sciences CISA Pio Bordoni (Lugano – Swiss).
This new book by Here Press commemorates the history and heritage of the south-east London community Thamesmead.
No Water, number 5 (Spring) in Libraryman’s quarterly Seasons Series, features anonymous desert landscapes by the French photographer Romain Laprade (b. 1988).
Paul Reas (born 1955) is a British social documentary photographer and university lecturer. He is best known for photographing consumerism in Britain in the 1980s and 1990s. Fables of Faubus is a retrospective monograph of work, spanning 30 years and featuring previously unpublished works.
Eduardo Nave (Valencia, 1976) has studied photography in Escola d’Art i Superior de Disseny in Valencia. In 2005 he founded, with 13 photographers, the photography collective NOPHOTO.
Andrew Moisey is an award-winning photographer and educator. He is Assistant Professor of Art History and Visual Studies, a Rosevear Faculty Fellow at Cornell University. The American Fraternity is a photobook that provides an intimate and provocative look at Greek culture on college campuses by combining contemporary photographs with scanned pages from a wax-stained 60 year old ritual manual.