The German photographer Stephanie Kiwitt (1972, Bonn) lives and works in Brussels.
Michael Ashkin is an American artist who makes sculptures, videos, photographs and installations depicting marginalized, desolate landscapes. He is a professor at Cornell University College of Architecture, Art, and Planning.
This paperback titled Rinderon is made up of photographs taken on streets of Tokyo and Kanagawa.
Between 1978 and 1988, Swiss photographer Bruno Stettler captured around 100 rock and pop concerts in and around Zürich, resulting in a trove of 20,000 pictures.
Camille Vivier is a french photographer, she lives and works in Paris. After studying at the Grenoble Fine Arts School and Saint Martins School, she dedicated herself entirely to photography and started to work at the same time in the art and fashion worlds.
Alex Majoli (born 1971) is an Italian photographer known for his documentation of war and conflict. He is a member of Magnum Photos.
Kristine Potter is a photographer based in Nashville, TN. She is a 2018 Guggenheim Fellow, Manifest is the artist’s debut monograph.
Angela Sequeira (b.1984) based in Oporto, Portugal as been working as a designer for the past 10 years. Having studied Fine Arts, she reflects on visual subjectivity to create concepts pursuing distinct ways of communication that could approach and deepen human relations.
Published on the occasion of Batia Suter’s exhibition at Printed Matter in New York (February 21 – April 21 2019), Cloud Service is a monographic index of clouds and cloud-suggestive forms, both vast and microscopic in scale.