The German photographer Stephanie Kiwitt (1972, Bonn) lives and works in Brussels.
“Everything else is a lie” is the title of Hanna Putz’ latest photo essay produced by PAMPAM Publishing and consisting of over 50 photographs. Hanna Putz (born 1987 in Vienna) lives and works between Berlin and Vienna.
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.
Stefano Parrini was born in Barberino Val d’Elsa (Florence) and lives in Poggibonsi (Siena). Since 2007, he has attended many exhibitions throughout Italy and won several prizes. He is co-funder of the collective Synap(see).
Imperfect Cat is a collection of portraits by Japanese photographer Kawori Inbe (born in Tokyo in 1980).
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.
Michiel De Cleene (BE 1988) is a photographer. The recurring theme in his work is an investigation into the functioning of documentary with a focus on the processes of limitation, conditioning and authentication. Since 2015 he is working on the long-term projects, Reference Guide and Documenting Objects as a researcher at KASK – School of Arts where he is a founding member of the School of Speculative Documentary.
Over the last decade, Japanese-born photographer Hiro Tanaka has published three photobooks – Dew Dew Its, Around 42nd and 7th and Chicharron, which won the 2018 Cosmos Arles PDF Award.