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Schilt Publishing & Gallery January – June 2016


new titles

Anna Fox Resort 1 Butlin’s Bognor Regis

2 FotoFest Changing Circumstances

Anna Fox Resort 2 Butlin’s Bognor Regis

4 Sara Davidmann Ken. To be destroyed

Elliot Ross Animal

6 Giancarlo Ceraudo Destino Final

Elliot Ross Other Animals

9 Edward Thompson The Unseen

Robert King Democratic Desert Elena Perlino Pipeline

10 World Press Photo 16 Dutch edition 12 Alia Al Farsi A Retrospective 14 18

21 Matt Gunther Probable Cause

Schilt Gallery Upcoming exhibition

Scott Daniel Ellison Iowa, Ohio

Cig Harvey & Yola Monakhov Stockton

Jane Hilton Precious

backlist

Malcolm Venville The Women of Casa X

David Batchelder Tideland

Lorena Ros Unspoken

Leonard Freed After The War Was Over

Vadim Gushchin Everyday Objects/Cultural

Mario Giacomelli Under the Skin of Reality

Treasures

Cig Harvey Gardening At Night

David Chancellor Hunters Sophie Zénon Roads Over Troubled Water

Yola Monakhov Stockton The Nature of Imitation Lauren Fleishman The Lovers 19 Linda Dorigo and Andrea Milluzzi Rifugio

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grey matters Lucia Ganieva Ermitazhniki (GM 1)

Diana Matar Evidence

Chiara Tocci Life After Zog (GM 2)

Peter Suschitzky Naked Reflections

Matthew Murray Ska (GM 3)

Sadik Kwaish Alfraji

Gesche Würfel Basement Sanctuaries (GM 4)

World Press Photo 15 Dutch edition

Camille Renée Devid My Other Side (GM5)

World Press Photo 14 Dutch edition

Donald Weber & Arthur Bondar Barricade (GM 6)

World Press Photo Stories of Change

Ananda van der Pluijm An Incomplete History

World Press Photo Next #01, Next #02, Next #03 and Next #04

(GM 7) 23 Distribution

20 Louise Baring Emmy Andriesse Nicholas Albrecht One, No One, and One Hundred Thousand Ilvy Njiokiktjien Slagroomtaart en Slingers FotoFest View From Inside

Join the club! Become a Rhubarbino Design: LevievanderMeer, Amsterdam

Check our website: schiltpublishing.com

Dear friends, FotoFest International has always played a prominent role in our catalogue. Some breathtaking books from outstanding photographers have often been the result of encounters during the biennials in Houston. Furthermore, right from the start of Schilt Publishing’s close collaboration with FotoFest International in 2010, the focus has always been on maintaining interest in and support for photographers and artists participating in the biennials and, whenever possible, to offer them a platform via our publishing house. In this way, American, Russian and Arab photographers and artists have contributed to both Schilt Publishing and the Schilt Gallery, as witnessed by Contemporary U.S. Photography (Biennial 2010 theme), Contemporary Russian Photography (Biennial 2012 theme), and Contemporary Arab Photography, Video and Mixed-Media Art (Biennial 2014 theme). We will of course continue to publish American and Russian photographers, but the broad range of 2014’s Arab biennial, resulting in the standard work View From Inside – Contemporary Arab Photography, Video and Mixed-Media Art, has now resulted in a whole list focussing solely on contemporary Arab art. In addition to the collected works overview Sadik Kwaish Alfraji (2015, in collaboration with Ayyam Gallery), a second overview of the Omani artist Alia Al Farsi (in collaboration with Omar Donia / In the Eye of The Thunderstorm) is scheduled to appear at the end of this spring. And in the second half of 2016, two new titles are expected, including a fascinating book from the Palestinian artist Samia Halaby. Which makes five remarkable books in the space of two years. And of course we mustn’t forget the Stories of Change – Beyond the ‘Arab Spring’ (in collaboration with World Press Photo) published in 2014. So to all lovers of Arab art (and art lovers in general of course), I would say: Keep an eye on our activities – you won’t be disappointed! I’m very curious to find out where the 2016 Biennial will lead, especially since the book Changing Circumstances – Looking at the Future of the Planet will be appearing in March. This promises to be an extraordinary publication, about an essential topic,

including work from more than 35 artists. Schilt Publishing is proud of and grateful for the close collaboration with the entire team of FotoFest International in this venture. And we are just as proud of our close collaboration with World Press Photo. Which will result in yet another yearbook, World Press Photo 16, just a month later. And this one will be even more exciting than usual, because we thought it was high time to revamp it. This will result in a new, more compact format, with 50% more pages (!) and a more ‘booky’ feel. And all that for the same retail price! The spring will see three other noteworthy publications. Sarah Davidmann’s Ken. To Be Destroyed is as intriguing as it is beautiful. It is an artistic reconstruction of the covert life of her uncle Ken, a transgender, loosely based on letters from his wife Hazel to Sara’s mother, Audrey Davidmann. Sara’s work interrogates and questions the position of art practice within the exploration of archives. From the raw material of the archive to these new photographic works, a new story emerges. Edward Thompson’s The Unseen – An Atlas of Infrared Plates sets out to explore the boundaries of perception, i.e. things outside our visual spectrum or events that have gone unnoticed or unreported. Thompson has gathered an extensive archive, using some of the last 46 dead-stock rolls of Kodak Aerochrome Infrared film in existence to reveal the unseen… The result is a veritable swan song to the medium of infrared photography, of which this book itself has also become an artefact, a part of its history. In conclusion, we offer a classic example of true journalism: Destino Final – Argentina’s Death Flights during the Dirty War by Giancarlo Ceraudo is the remarkable product of years of painstaking research into the horrific death flights during the Dirty War during the junta period in Argentina. It is a chilling book, with its classic black and white photography and extended textual contributions from various well-known authors I’m convinced that this season’s offerings will provide a rich palette of books that lovers of photography, art and journalism will appreciate unconditionally! Schilt Publishing

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new titles

Anna Fox Resort 1 Butlin’s Bognor Regis

2 FotoFest Changing Circumstances

Anna Fox Resort 2 Butlin’s Bognor Regis

4 Sara Davidmann Ken. To be destroyed

Elliot Ross Animal

6 Giancarlo Ceraudo Destino Final

Elliot Ross Other Animals

9 Edward Thompson The Unseen

Robert King Democratic Desert Elena Perlino Pipeline

10 World Press Photo 16 Dutch edition 12 Alia Al Farsi A Retrospective 14 18

21 Matt Gunther Probable Cause

Schilt Gallery Upcoming exhibition

Scott Daniel Ellison Iowa, Ohio

Cig Harvey & Yola Monakhov Stockton

Jane Hilton Precious

backlist

Malcolm Venville The Women of Casa X

David Batchelder Tideland

Lorena Ros Unspoken

Leonard Freed After The War Was Over

Vadim Gushchin Everyday Objects/Cultural

Mario Giacomelli Under the Skin of Reality

Treasures

Cig Harvey Gardening At Night

David Chancellor Hunters Sophie Zénon Roads Over Troubled Water

Yola Monakhov Stockton The Nature of Imitation Lauren Fleishman The Lovers 19 Linda Dorigo and Andrea Milluzzi Rifugio

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grey matters Lucia Ganieva Ermitazhniki (GM 1)

Diana Matar Evidence

Chiara Tocci Life After Zog (GM 2)

Peter Suschitzky Naked Reflections

Matthew Murray Ska (GM 3)

Sadik Kwaish Alfraji

Gesche Würfel Basement Sanctuaries (GM 4)

World Press Photo 15 Dutch edition

Camille Renée Devid My Other Side (GM5)

World Press Photo 14 Dutch edition

Donald Weber & Arthur Bondar Barricade (GM 6)

World Press Photo Stories of Change

Ananda van der Pluijm An Incomplete History

World Press Photo Next #01, Next #02, Next #03 and Next #04

(GM 7) 23 Distribution

20 Louise Baring Emmy Andriesse Nicholas Albrecht One, No One, and One Hundred Thousand Ilvy Njiokiktjien Slagroomtaart en Slingers FotoFest View From Inside

Join the club! Become a Rhubarbino Design: LevievanderMeer, Amsterdam

Check our website: schiltpublishing.com

Dear friends, FotoFest International has always played a prominent role in our catalogue. Some breathtaking books from outstanding photographers have often been the result of encounters during the biennials in Houston. Furthermore, right from the start of Schilt Publishing’s close collaboration with FotoFest International in 2010, the focus has always been on maintaining interest in and support for photographers and artists participating in the biennials and, whenever possible, to offer them a platform via our publishing house. In this way, American, Russian and Arab photographers and artists have contributed to both Schilt Publishing and the Schilt Gallery, as witnessed by Contemporary U.S. Photography (Biennial 2010 theme), Contemporary Russian Photography (Biennial 2012 theme), and Contemporary Arab Photography, Video and Mixed-Media Art (Biennial 2014 theme). We will of course continue to publish American and Russian photographers, but the broad range of 2014’s Arab biennial, resulting in the standard work View From Inside – Contemporary Arab Photography, Video and Mixed-Media Art, has now resulted in a whole list focussing solely on contemporary Arab art. In addition to the collected works overview Sadik Kwaish Alfraji (2015, in collaboration with Ayyam Gallery), a second overview of the Omani artist Alia Al Farsi (in collaboration with Omar Donia / In the Eye of The Thunderstorm) is scheduled to appear at the end of this spring. And in the second half of 2016, two new titles are expected, including a fascinating book from the Palestinian artist Samia Halaby. Which makes five remarkable books in the space of two years. And of course we mustn’t forget the Stories of Change – Beyond the ‘Arab Spring’ (in collaboration with World Press Photo) published in 2014. So to all lovers of Arab art (and art lovers in general of course), I would say: Keep an eye on our activities – you won’t be disappointed! I’m very curious to find out where the 2016 Biennial will lead, especially since the book Changing Circumstances – Looking at the Future of the Planet will be appearing in March. This promises to be an extraordinary publication, about an essential topic,

including work from more than 35 artists. Schilt Publishing is proud of and grateful for the close collaboration with the entire team of FotoFest International in this venture. And we are just as proud of our close collaboration with World Press Photo. Which will result in yet another yearbook, World Press Photo 16, just a month later. And this one will be even more exciting than usual, because we thought it was high time to revamp it. This will result in a new, more compact format, with 50% more pages (!) and a more ‘booky’ feel. And all that for the same retail price! The spring will see three other noteworthy publications. Sarah Davidmann’s Ken. To Be Destroyed is as intriguing as it is beautiful. It is an artistic reconstruction of the covert life of her uncle Ken, a transgender, loosely based on letters from his wife Hazel to Sara’s mother, Audrey Davidmann. Sara’s work interrogates and questions the position of art practice within the exploration of archives. From the raw material of the archive to these new photographic works, a new story emerges. Edward Thompson’s The Unseen – An Atlas of Infrared Plates sets out to explore the boundaries of perception, i.e. things outside our visual spectrum or events that have gone unnoticed or unreported. Thompson has gathered an extensive archive, using some of the last 46 dead-stock rolls of Kodak Aerochrome Infrared film in existence to reveal the unseen… The result is a veritable swan song to the medium of infrared photography, of which this book itself has also become an artefact, a part of its history. In conclusion, we offer a classic example of true journalism: Destino Final – Argentina’s Death Flights during the Dirty War by Giancarlo Ceraudo is the remarkable product of years of painstaking research into the horrific death flights during the Dirty War during the junta period in Argentina. It is a chilling book, with its classic black and white photography and extended textual contributions from various well-known authors I’m convinced that this season’s offerings will provide a rich palette of books that lovers of photography, art and journalism will appreciate unconditionally! Schilt Publishing

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Changing Circumstances Looking at the Future of the Planet Design: HvADesign, New York ISBN 978 90 5330 862 2 Format: 24 x 30 cm (portrait) Hardcover with dust jacket 256 pages with approx. 150 photos in full colour and duotone World rights March 2016 £35 | $60 | €50 The book Changing Circumstances is a collaboration between FotoFest

This book is an expansive presentation of international contemporary photography, video, and new media art addressing the challenges presented by global change. The book shows the works of over 30 leading international artists, focusing on the ways in which photographic, video and digital art reflects on our relationship, as individuals and as a society, to the natural environment around us. An important aspect of this presentation is how individual artists are using their work to address the impact of human behaviour on the natural environment. The purpose of the book is to provoke, through visual art, new ways of thinking about how we see our role within the natural environment and our connection(s) to the rest of the planet – and how this affects our future. The book looks at ways in which artists and scientists are re-visioning our relationship with the earth and space.

International and Schilt Publishing.

The artists and artworks confront a broad range of issues that are challenges to the future of the earth. These include climate change, water, energy and food production, population, natural resources, waste, and migration. Many of the works present atypical uses of visual art and photography to address these changes with new media, moving image, performance, and text.

Jamey Stillings. #10768, 25 June 2013, from the series The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar Tower, power block, and heliostats of Unit 3 with Mount Clark in the background. Courtesy of the artist

Lead essays will be provided by scholars, scientists, pioneering FotoFest curator Wendy Watriss and FotoFest executive director Steven Evans. The authors will look at the dynamic relationships between contemporary art photography, issues of global change, and the relationship of human society to the environment. Statements by participating artists will accompany the visual imagery. Co-curators of Changing Circumstances, Wendy Watriss, Frederick Baldwin and Steven Evans, will provide a philosophical overview of the project in the introduction.

Dornith Doherty. Millennium Seed Bank Research Seedlings and Lochner-Stuppy Test Garden No. 4, 2011. Courtesy of the artist, Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas, and Moody Gallery, Houston

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Susan Derges. Tide Pool 39, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Purdy Hicks Gallery, London


Changing Circumstances Looking at the Future of the Planet Design: HvADesign, New York ISBN 978 90 5330 862 2 Format: 24 x 30 cm (portrait) Hardcover with dust jacket 256 pages with approx. 150 photos in full colour and duotone World rights March 2016 £35 | $60 | €50 The book Changing Circumstances is a collaboration between FotoFest

This book is an expansive presentation of international contemporary photography, video, and new media art addressing the challenges presented by global change. The book shows the works of over 30 leading international artists, focusing on the ways in which photographic, video and digital art reflects on our relationship, as individuals and as a society, to the natural environment around us. An important aspect of this presentation is how individual artists are using their work to address the impact of human behaviour on the natural environment. The purpose of the book is to provoke, through visual art, new ways of thinking about how we see our role within the natural environment and our connection(s) to the rest of the planet – and how this affects our future. The book looks at ways in which artists and scientists are re-visioning our relationship with the earth and space.

International and Schilt Publishing.

The artists and artworks confront a broad range of issues that are challenges to the future of the earth. These include climate change, water, energy and food production, population, natural resources, waste, and migration. Many of the works present atypical uses of visual art and photography to address these changes with new media, moving image, performance, and text.

Jamey Stillings. #10768, 25 June 2013, from the series The Evolution of Ivanpah Solar Tower, power block, and heliostats of Unit 3 with Mount Clark in the background. Courtesy of the artist

Lead essays will be provided by scholars, scientists, pioneering FotoFest curator Wendy Watriss and FotoFest executive director Steven Evans. The authors will look at the dynamic relationships between contemporary art photography, issues of global change, and the relationship of human society to the environment. Statements by participating artists will accompany the visual imagery. Co-curators of Changing Circumstances, Wendy Watriss, Frederick Baldwin and Steven Evans, will provide a philosophical overview of the project in the introduction.

Dornith Doherty. Millennium Seed Bank Research Seedlings and Lochner-Stuppy Test Garden No. 4, 2011. Courtesy of the artist, Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas, and Moody Gallery, Houston

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Susan Derges. Tide Pool 39, 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Purdy Hicks Gallery, London


Sara Davidmann

Ken. To be destroyed Edit and text by Val Williams

Design: Levievandermeer, Amsterdam ISBN 978 90 5330 861 5 Format: 21.5 x 31.5 cm (portrait) Hardcover with dust jacket 120 pages with approx. 113 photos in full colour World rights March 2016 £35 | $60 | €50

This project began with an archive and a discovery. Sara Davidmann and her siblings inherited letters and photographs belonging to her uncle and aunt, Ken and Hazel Houston, from her mother, Audrey Davidmann. The letters chronicled the relationship between Ken and Hazel. Hazel had been a dental secretary. Ken practised as an optician in Edinburgh. It emerged soon after they were married that Ken was transgender. In the context of a British marriage in the 1950s, this inevitably profoundly affected both their relationship and their relationships with the people around them. They remained together from 1954 to the end of Ken’s life. They had no children. Hazel and Audrey wrote to each other frequently in the late 1950s and early 60s after Hazel discovered that Ken was transgender; these letters tell Ken and Hazel’s story. In public Ken was a man, but in the privacy of the home he was a woman. In response to the letters and family photographs, Sara Davidmann has produced a new set of photographs using analogue, alternative and digital processes. Looking at the vintage photographs, she was acutely aware of their surfaces; the marks of time and damage had become part of the images. This led her to work on the surfaces of the photographs she produced using ink, chalks, hand tinting, magic markers and correction fluid. In the series ‘The Dress’, ‘Closer’, ‘Dealt with in Scotland’ and ‘Looking for K’, Davidmann has created works that interrogate and question the position of art practice within the exploration of archives. From the raw material of the archive to these new photographic works, a new story emerges.

For fifteen years Sara Davidmann

(2014) and at Unity Theatre for

London College of Communication.

has taken photographs and recorded

Homotopia’s 10th Anniversary Arts

Val is the editor of Ken. To be

oral histories in collaboration with

Festival Liverpool (2013). Her first

destroyed, working in collaboration

people from UK transgender and

book, Crossing the Line, was

with Sara Davidmann. She became

queer communities. Her work has

published by Dewi Lewis in 2003.

involved in the project in 2013 and, with Robin Christian, has curated the

been internationally exhibited and published. Ken. To be destroyed has

Val Williams is a writer, curator,

touring exhibition, which opened at

been exhibited at Museum of

professor and Director of the

PARC Space, London College of

Liverpool (2014), Limewharf Gallery

University of the Arts London

Communication in 2014.

(2014), PARCspace UAL Photograp-

Photography and the Archive

hy and the Archive Research Centre

Research Centre (PARC) at the

For fifteen years Sara Davidmann

an d the Archive Research Centre

Photography and the Archive

has taken photographs and recorded

(2014) and at Unity Theatre for

Research Centre (PARC) at London

oral histories in collaboration with

Homotopia’s 10 th Anniversary Arts

College of Communication. Val is the

people from UK transgender and

Festival Liverpool (2013). Her first

editor of Ken. To be destroyed, working

queer communi ties. Her work has

book Crossing the Line was published

in collaboration with Sara Davidmann.

been internationally exhibited and

by Dewi Lewis in 2003.

She became involved in the project in 2013 and, with Robin Christian, has

published. Ken. To be destroyed has

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been exhibited at Museum of

Val Williams is a writer, curator,

curated the touring exhibition, which

Liverpool (2014), Limewharf Gallery

professor and Director of the

opened at PARC Space, London

(2014), PARCspace UAL Photography

University of the Arts London

College of Communication in 2014.


Sara Davidmann

Ken. To be destroyed Edit and text by Val Williams

Design: Levievandermeer, Amsterdam ISBN 978 90 5330 861 5 Format: 21.5 x 31.5 cm (portrait) Hardcover with dust jacket 120 pages with approx. 113 photos in full colour World rights March 2016 £35 | $60 | €50

This project began with an archive and a discovery. Sara Davidmann and her siblings inherited letters and photographs belonging to her uncle and aunt, Ken and Hazel Houston, from her mother, Audrey Davidmann. The letters chronicled the relationship between Ken and Hazel. Hazel had been a dental secretary. Ken practised as an optician in Edinburgh. It emerged soon after they were married that Ken was transgender. In the context of a British marriage in the 1950s, this inevitably profoundly affected both their relationship and their relationships with the people around them. They remained together from 1954 to the end of Ken’s life. They had no children. Hazel and Audrey wrote to each other frequently in the late 1950s and early 60s after Hazel discovered that Ken was transgender; these letters tell Ken and Hazel’s story. In public Ken was a man, but in the privacy of the home he was a woman. In response to the letters and family photographs, Sara Davidmann has produced a new set of photographs using analogue, alternative and digital processes. Looking at the vintage photographs, she was acutely aware of their surfaces; the marks of time and damage had become part of the images. This led her to work on the surfaces of the photographs she produced using ink, chalks, hand tinting, magic markers and correction fluid. In the series ‘The Dress’, ‘Closer’, ‘Dealt with in Scotland’ and ‘Looking for K’, Davidmann has created works that interrogate and question the position of art practice within the exploration of archives. From the raw material of the archive to these new photographic works, a new story emerges.

For fifteen years Sara Davidmann

(2014) and at Unity Theatre for

London College of Communication.

has taken photographs and recorded

Homotopia’s 10th Anniversary Arts

Val is the editor of Ken. To be

oral histories in collaboration with

Festival Liverpool (2013). Her first

destroyed, working in collaboration

people from UK transgender and

book, Crossing the Line, was

with Sara Davidmann. She became

queer communities. Her work has

published by Dewi Lewis in 2003.

involved in the project in 2013 and, with Robin Christian, has curated the

been internationally exhibited and published. Ken. To be destroyed has

Val Williams is a writer, curator,

touring exhibition, which opened at

been exhibited at Museum of

professor and Director of the

PARC Space, London College of

Liverpool (2014), Limewharf Gallery

University of the Arts London

Communication in 2014.

(2014), PARCspace UAL Photograp-

Photography and the Archive

hy and the Archive Research Centre

Research Centre (PARC) at the

For fifteen years Sara Davidmann

an d the Archive Research Centre

Photography and the Archive

has taken photographs and recorded

(2014) and at Unity Theatre for

Research Centre (PARC) at London

oral histories in collaboration with

Homotopia’s 10 th Anniversary Arts

College of Communication. Val is the

people from UK transgender and

Festival Liverpool (2013). Her first

editor of Ken. To be destroyed, working

queer communi ties. Her work has

book Crossing the Line was published

in collaboration with Sara Davidmann.

been internationally exhibited and

by Dewi Lewis in 2003.

She became involved in the project in 2013 and, with Robin Christian, has

published. Ken. To be destroyed has

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been exhibited at Museum of

Val Williams is a writer, curator,

curated the touring exhibition, which

Liverpool (2014), Limewharf Gallery

professor and Director of the

opened at PARC Space, London

(2014), PARCspace UAL Photography

University of the Arts London

College of Communication in 2014.


Giancarlo Ceraudo Destino Final Argentina’s Death Flights during the Dirty War

Design: Heijdens Karwei, Amsterdam ISBN 978 90 5330 864 6 Format: 20 x 24.5 cm (portrait) Hardback 252 pages with approx. 150 photos in tritone and full colour

Destino Final is the Spanish term for “final destination”, the final arrival place of any plane trip. For at least 5,000 people in opposition to the Argentine military dictatorship, this term acquired an atrocious meaning: drugged and loaded on military planes, infamously known as “death flights”, they are thrown, still alive, in the final part of the Rio de la Plata, just before it reaches the Atlantic Ocean, their final, definitive destination. From 1976 until 1983, a military dictatorship governed Argentina. During the dictatorship, the military waged a war against “subversion”, known in the international press as the so-called Guerra Sucia, the Dirty War, and attempted to purge the country of all individuals they considered to be “subversives”. An estimated 30,000 people died at the hands of the military, which executed a systematic plan to exterminate subversives in concentration camps. 4,000 detainees, imprisoned in these centres, were killed. Just a few of their bodies were recovered. Their families are still looking for their remains and are seeking punishment for the guilty. Hundreds of grandmothers await the identification of their grandchildren born in captivity and robbed by the military.

£30 | $50 | €45

They were unconscious: we undressed them and, when the commander of the flight gave us the order, we opened the door and threw them out, naked, one by one. This is the true story, nobody can deny it. Adolfo Scilingo, former captain of the Argentine Navy.

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Giancarlo Ceraudo (1969 – Rome, Italy) is a documentary photographer with an academic background in anthropology. For fifteen years he has been documenting social, cultural, health and human rights issues with a focus on Latin America. His work has been widely published in Italian and international publications including L’Espresso, Internazionale, El Pais, GEO and National Geographic. His images are part of the collection of the Maxxi, Rome and have been exhibited in galleries throughout

World rights May 2016

The photographs are accompanied by documents and material regarding the investigation on the “death flights”. Miriam Lewin has written the main text of the book. The introduction is by investigative journalist Horatio Verbitsky. Shorter contributions are by the famous Spanish judge Baltasar Garzón Real, who took the Argentine naval officer Adolfo Scilingo successfully to trial (he is serving 30 years in a Spanish prison now, sentenced for crimes against humanity), by crash analyst and aero-nautical physician Enrique Piñeyro on analysing the discovered flight plans, by Taty Almeida – one of the Madres de Plaza de Mayo – on her desparecido son, and by Carlos “Maco” Somigliana on the work of the forensic anthropologists in this investigation.

During the development of the project Destino Final, photographer Giancarlo Ceraudo, together with Miriam Lewin, a journalist and ex-desaparecida (disappeared), began an investigation that led to the discovery, after more than 30 years, of five Navy planes used for the “death flights”, and most importantly, of the detailed flight plans. Everything was recorded: the plane model, serial number, day, itinerary, pilot’s name, mission duration... What has been discovered by the two journalists is now seen by prosecutors as proof and is used for indictments. Lawyers have already renamed them “the most important documents on the dictatorship found in the last 10 years”. All these documents are now in the hands of judicial authorities and trial cases have been re-opened and are currently in progress. Giancarlo Ceraudo’s photographic investigation, developed over more than eight years, documents this discovery, as well as the work of the forensic anthropologists, the tenacious fight of the Madres de Plaza de Mayo, the citizen protests, and the on-going court trials. The emotional core of the work is the portrayal of the few survivors, as well as the relatives of desaparecidos, and the interiors of the detention and torture centres which were the stage for these atrocious events, and tracing the dark side of Argentina’s modern history.

Europe and the United States. Miriam Lewin (1957 – Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a radio and television journalist. Miriam was a political activist during Argentina’s military dictatorship and in 1977 she was kidnapped and ‘disappeared’ in a torture centre. In 1987, Miriam testified as a witness at the trial of the leaders of the oppressive regime known as “The Trial of the Juntas”. The trial led to the dictators being convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for their crimes against the Argentine people. Destino Final is edited by Arianna Rinaldo, an independent curator, photo editor, Director of the magazine OjodePez, and Artistic Director of the international photography festival Cortona On The Move.


Giancarlo Ceraudo Destino Final Argentina’s Death Flights during the Dirty War

Design: Heijdens Karwei, Amsterdam ISBN 978 90 5330 864 6 Format: 20 x 24.5 cm (portrait) Hardback 252 pages with approx. 150 photos in tritone and full colour

Destino Final is the Spanish term for “final destination”, the final arrival place of any plane trip. For at least 5,000 people in opposition to the Argentine military dictatorship, this term acquired an atrocious meaning: drugged and loaded on military planes, infamously known as “death flights”, they are thrown, still alive, in the final part of the Rio de la Plata, just before it reaches the Atlantic Ocean, their final, definitive destination. From 1976 until 1983, a military dictatorship governed Argentina. During the dictatorship, the military waged a war against “subversion”, known in the international press as the so-called Guerra Sucia, the Dirty War, and attempted to purge the country of all individuals they considered to be “subversives”. An estimated 30,000 people died at the hands of the military, which executed a systematic plan to exterminate subversives in concentration camps. 4,000 detainees, imprisoned in these centres, were killed. Just a few of their bodies were recovered. Their families are still looking for their remains and are seeking punishment for the guilty. Hundreds of grandmothers await the identification of their grandchildren born in captivity and robbed by the military.

£30 | $50 | €45

They were unconscious: we undressed them and, when the commander of the flight gave us the order, we opened the door and threw them out, naked, one by one. This is the true story, nobody can deny it. Adolfo Scilingo, former captain of the Argentine Navy.

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Giancarlo Ceraudo (1969 – Rome, Italy) is a documentary photographer with an academic background in anthropology. For fifteen years he has been documenting social, cultural, health and human rights issues with a focus on Latin America. His work has been widely published in Italian and international publications including L’Espresso, Internazionale, El Pais, GEO and National Geographic. His images are part of the collection of the Maxxi, Rome and have been exhibited in galleries throughout

World rights May 2016

The photographs are accompanied by documents and material regarding the investigation on the “death flights”. Miriam Lewin has written the main text of the book. The introduction is by investigative journalist Horatio Verbitsky. Shorter contributions are by the famous Spanish judge Baltasar Garzón Real, who took the Argentine naval officer Adolfo Scilingo successfully to trial (he is serving 30 years in a Spanish prison now, sentenced for crimes against humanity), by crash analyst and aero-nautical physician Enrique Piñeyro on analysing the discovered flight plans, by Taty Almeida – one of the Madres de Plaza de Mayo – on her desparecido son, and by Carlos “Maco” Somigliana on the work of the forensic anthropologists in this investigation.

During the development of the project Destino Final, photographer Giancarlo Ceraudo, together with Miriam Lewin, a journalist and ex-desaparecida (disappeared), began an investigation that led to the discovery, after more than 30 years, of five Navy planes used for the “death flights”, and most importantly, of the detailed flight plans. Everything was recorded: the plane model, serial number, day, itinerary, pilot’s name, mission duration... What has been discovered by the two journalists is now seen by prosecutors as proof and is used for indictments. Lawyers have already renamed them “the most important documents on the dictatorship found in the last 10 years”. All these documents are now in the hands of judicial authorities and trial cases have been re-opened and are currently in progress. Giancarlo Ceraudo’s photographic investigation, developed over more than eight years, documents this discovery, as well as the work of the forensic anthropologists, the tenacious fight of the Madres de Plaza de Mayo, the citizen protests, and the on-going court trials. The emotional core of the work is the portrayal of the few survivors, as well as the relatives of desaparecidos, and the interiors of the detention and torture centres which were the stage for these atrocious events, and tracing the dark side of Argentina’s modern history.

Europe and the United States. Miriam Lewin (1957 – Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a radio and television journalist. Miriam was a political activist during Argentina’s military dictatorship and in 1977 she was kidnapped and ‘disappeared’ in a torture centre. In 1987, Miriam testified as a witness at the trial of the leaders of the oppressive regime known as “The Trial of the Juntas”. The trial led to the dictators being convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for their crimes against the Argentine people. Destino Final is edited by Arianna Rinaldo, an independent curator, photo editor, Director of the magazine OjodePez, and Artistic Director of the international photography festival Cortona On The Move.


Edward

The Unseen

Thompson

An Atlas of Infrared Plates

Edward Thompson (b. 1980) is a British photographer, artist and lecturer. His work has focused on various subjects over the years – covering environmental issues, sociopolitical movements, subcultures and

Inspired by the scientific uses of infrared film throughout history, The Unseen - An Atlas of Infrared Plates pushes the purposes and properties of the rarest photographic film on the planet to its scientific and conceptual limits. British documentary photographer, Edward Thompson, set out to explore the boundaries of perception, whether they were things outside our visual spectrum or events that went unnoticed or unreported. From researching the original Kodak advertisements, expert interviews and scientific journals, Thompson has gathered an extensive archive and used some of the last 46 dead-stock rolls of Kodak Aerochrome Infrared film in existence to reveal the unseen.

the consequences of war. He developed a distinctive style from an early apprenticeship with the Russian photographer Sergey Chilikov, whom he met at the Arles Photography Festival in 2002. His documentary photo-essays have been published in international magazines including National Geographic Magazine, Newsweek Japan, Greenpeace Magazine, The Guardian Weekend Magazine and The Sunday Times Magazine. His work

Design: Heijdens Karwei, Amsterdam ISBN 978 90 5330 863 9 Format: 18.5 x 24 cm (portrait) Hardback 276 pages with approx. 120 photos in full colour World rights May 2016 £30 | $50 | €45

The project comprises ten chapters: In The Red Forest (2012), infrared film is used to document the condition of the most radioactive forest in the world and in turn re-imagines the Ukraine in deep Soviet burgundy, something that has become eerily prophetic since 2012. In The Vein (2014), forgotten medical photography techniques are used to reveal the superficial veins beneath the skin. In The Flood (2012), one of the original purposes of the film, the documentation of crops post-flood via aerial photography, is ignored in favour of making portraits of families who have been affected on the ground. In The City (2014), infrared film is used to document one of the world’s most polluted cities, London. In The War (2015), the film is used to photograph military paintings, simultaneously manipulating the film’s historical military application of uncovering camouflage and also revealing hidden charcoal under-drawing. In The Village (2012), the film was used to attempt to document supernatural beings in the most haunted village in the U.K. There are no ghosts to be found. The photographs instead depict a ‘sci-fi disruption of the green and pleasant lands of the garden of England’ akin to H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds. Bees and beekeepers are documented in The Apiary (2015), Gross specimen photography in The Gross Specimen (2015) and Astrophotography in The Past (2015). The final chapter is yet to be revealed. Thompson has created a swan song to the medium of infrared photography, of which this book itself has also become an artefact, a part of its history.

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has been exhibited at Christies, Somerset House and Four Corners Gallery (London) and shown as part of photography festivals in Arles (France), Tampere (Finland), Zingst (Germany) & London (U.K).


Edward

The Unseen

Thompson

An Atlas of Infrared Plates

Edward Thompson (b. 1980) is a British photographer, artist and lecturer. His work has focused on various subjects over the years – covering environmental issues, sociopolitical movements, subcultures and

Inspired by the scientific uses of infrared film throughout history, The Unseen - An Atlas of Infrared Plates pushes the purposes and properties of the rarest photographic film on the planet to its scientific and conceptual limits. British documentary photographer, Edward Thompson, set out to explore the boundaries of perception, whether they were things outside our visual spectrum or events that went unnoticed or unreported. From researching the original Kodak advertisements, expert interviews and scientific journals, Thompson has gathered an extensive archive and used some of the last 46 dead-stock rolls of Kodak Aerochrome Infrared film in existence to reveal the unseen.

the consequences of war. He developed a distinctive style from an early apprenticeship with the Russian photographer Sergey Chilikov, whom he met at the Arles Photography Festival in 2002. His documentary photo-essays have been published in international magazines including National Geographic Magazine, Newsweek Japan, Greenpeace Magazine, The Guardian Weekend Magazine and The Sunday Times Magazine. His work

Design: Heijdens Karwei, Amsterdam ISBN 978 90 5330 863 9 Format: 18.5 x 24 cm (portrait) Hardback 276 pages with approx. 120 photos in full colour World rights May 2016 £30 | $50 | €45

The project comprises ten chapters: In The Red Forest (2012), infrared film is used to document the condition of the most radioactive forest in the world and in turn re-imagines the Ukraine in deep Soviet burgundy, something that has become eerily prophetic since 2012. In The Vein (2014), forgotten medical photography techniques are used to reveal the superficial veins beneath the skin. In The Flood (2012), one of the original purposes of the film, the documentation of crops post-flood via aerial photography, is ignored in favour of making portraits of families who have been affected on the ground. In The City (2014), infrared film is used to document one of the world’s most polluted cities, London. In The War (2015), the film is used to photograph military paintings, simultaneously manipulating the film’s historical military application of uncovering camouflage and also revealing hidden charcoal under-drawing. In The Village (2012), the film was used to attempt to document supernatural beings in the most haunted village in the U.K. There are no ghosts to be found. The photographs instead depict a ‘sci-fi disruption of the green and pleasant lands of the garden of England’ akin to H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds. Bees and beekeepers are documented in The Apiary (2015), Gross specimen photography in The Gross Specimen (2015) and Astrophotography in The Past (2015). The final chapter is yet to be revealed. Thompson has created a swan song to the medium of infrared photography, of which this book itself has also become an artefact, a part of its history.

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has been exhibited at Christies, Somerset House and Four Corners Gallery (London) and shown as part of photography festivals in Arles (France), Tampere (Finland), Zingst (Germany) & London (U.K).


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Every year since 1958 an international jury has met in the Netherlands under the auspices of the World Press Photo Foundation to choose the world’s finest press photographs. Universally recognised as the definitive competition for photographic reportage, it has been described by Michael Rand as ‘the international photographic contest’. Publishing the results of the latest annual World Press Photo Contest, this exceptional book contains the very best press photographs from 2015 – pictures submitted by approximately 6,000 photojournalists, photo agencies, newspapers and magazines from about 125 countries. Selected from around 100,000 images, these prize-winning photos capture the most powerful, moving and disturbing images of the year.

ISBN 978 90 5330 866 0 Format: 19 x 24.5 cm (portrait)

‘Will amuse, sadden, console and ultimately teach you much about this world of ours.’ People Photography

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Alia Al Farsi

Alia Al Farsi was born into an intellectual family in Muscat, where

A Retrospective

she still lives and works. Being her first inspiration and motivator, her father

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Famous Omani artist Alia Al Farsi holds an ineffable belief in the need to explore inner beauty and to help project it to discerning viewers. Not hindered by stereotypical definitions of art and the means of expressing it, she imbues a sense of style in all that she creates. A firm believer that art needs strong roots but these should not act as barriers to creativity, her interpretations of Arab art take on cerebral forms and textures. The scale of what she can create spans from intricate palm-sized boxes to large wall paintings and even air-force jet fighters. Her recent foray into furniture, sculptures, installations, and object painting allows her to showcase and express her talent beyond two-dimensional settings of the canvas. Complex pieces with multi-faceted subjects sit next to paintings that use old coins and textiles from the Far East. Her strong spiritual grounding and interest in the philosophies of Sufism is captured in the movements, facial expressions and reflective looks of her paintings. Her works are inspired by the poet El Rumi, painting images from her culture in a poetic way to expose the contradictories of the society as well as painting the faces she is well known for with the twist, a twist that is very distinctive to her brush. Al Farsi has exhibited internationally with solo shows in Tokyo, Seoul, Paris, and Brussels. Having established her credibility as a serious artist with a clear message, she has also exhibited with like-minded artists in Stockholm, Berlin, Shanghai, Abu Dhabi, and Geneva amongst many other exhibitions over the past twenty years and in over twenty countries. She is also the recipient of numerous awards, was voted amongst the top Arab women, obtained an MBA from Bedfordshire University and has studied graphic design at Central Saint Martins. Her works are exhibited in museums including the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris and in prestigious hotels in the region. In 2015, she was the first Omani artist ever to be officially present at Venice Biennale through an Official Collateral Event: In the Eye of The Thunderstorm (www.eyethunderstorm.com).

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World Press Photo Stories of Change Beyond the ‘Arab Spring’

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Curated by Nat Muller

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FotoFest View From Inside Contemporary Arab Photography, Video and Mixed Media Art ISBN 978 90 5330 825 7

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pushed her to pursue her dreams, contrary to the cultural norm. She graduated in science and then followed art courses at Central Saint Martins (University of the Arts, London). She took a leap of faith giving up a successful career in the government to fulfil her dreams of dedicating her life to art. As an active participant in social media, she sees the potential of using these new media frontiers for spreading her message to art connoisseurs around the world.


Alia Al Farsi

Alia Al Farsi was born into an intellectual family in Muscat, where

A Retrospective

she still lives and works. Being her first inspiration and motivator, her father

Design: Levievandermeer, Amsterdam ISBN 978 90 5330 872 1 Format: 24 x 32 cm. portrait Hardcover with dust jacket 224 pages with 150 illustrations in full colour World rights June 2016 £38 | $65 | €50

Famous Omani artist Alia Al Farsi holds an ineffable belief in the need to explore inner beauty and to help project it to discerning viewers. Not hindered by stereotypical definitions of art and the means of expressing it, she imbues a sense of style in all that she creates. A firm believer that art needs strong roots but these should not act as barriers to creativity, her interpretations of Arab art take on cerebral forms and textures. The scale of what she can create spans from intricate palm-sized boxes to large wall paintings and even air-force jet fighters. Her recent foray into furniture, sculptures, installations, and object painting allows her to showcase and express her talent beyond two-dimensional settings of the canvas. Complex pieces with multi-faceted subjects sit next to paintings that use old coins and textiles from the Far East. Her strong spiritual grounding and interest in the philosophies of Sufism is captured in the movements, facial expressions and reflective looks of her paintings. Her works are inspired by the poet El Rumi, painting images from her culture in a poetic way to expose the contradictories of the society as well as painting the faces she is well known for with the twist, a twist that is very distinctive to her brush. Al Farsi has exhibited internationally with solo shows in Tokyo, Seoul, Paris, and Brussels. Having established her credibility as a serious artist with a clear message, she has also exhibited with like-minded artists in Stockholm, Berlin, Shanghai, Abu Dhabi, and Geneva amongst many other exhibitions over the past twenty years and in over twenty countries. She is also the recipient of numerous awards, was voted amongst the top Arab women, obtained an MBA from Bedfordshire University and has studied graphic design at Central Saint Martins. Her works are exhibited in museums including the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris and in prestigious hotels in the region. In 2015, she was the first Omani artist ever to be officially present at Venice Biennale through an Official Collateral Event: In the Eye of The Thunderstorm (www.eyethunderstorm.com).

Other available titles on Arab photography and art: Sadik Kwaish Alfraji ISBN 978 90 5330 848 6

World Press Photo Stories of Change Beyond the ‘Arab Spring’

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ISBN 978 90 5330 823 3

Curated by Nat Muller

£30 | $60 | €45

FotoFest View From Inside Contemporary Arab Photography, Video and Mixed Media Art ISBN 978 90 5330 825 7

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£35 | $60 | €50

pushed her to pursue her dreams, contrary to the cultural norm. She graduated in science and then followed art courses at Central Saint Martins (University of the Arts, London). She took a leap of faith giving up a successful career in the government to fulfil her dreams of dedicating her life to art. As an active participant in social media, she sees the potential of using these new media frontiers for spreading her message to art connoisseurs around the world.


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Leonard Freed After The War Was Over

Mario Giacomelli Under the Skin of Reality Treasures from the Jewish Life in Amsterdam in the 1950s Sassoferrato Archive

Linda Dorigo & Andrea Milluzzi Rifugio Christians of the Middle East

Text by Bernadette van Woerkom

ISBN 978 90 5330 843 1

ISBN 978 90 5330 857 8 £27.50 | $40 | €35 Dutch edition:

Leonard Freed De oorlog voorbij

Edited by Katiuscia Biondi, Marina Itolli and Catia Zucchetti With an introduction by Achille Bonito Oliva

Diana Matar Evidence ISBN 978 90 5330 842 4 £30 | $60 | €45

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Lauren Fleishman The Lovers

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Yola Monakhov Stockton The Nature of Imitation Text by Elisabeth Biondi ISBN 978 90 5330 845 5

Peter Suschitzky Naked Reflections

Sadik Kwaish Alfraji

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Stories of Change Beyond the ‘Arab Spring’

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Nicholas Albrecht One, No One, and One Hundred Thousand

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Ilvy Njiokiktjien Slagroomtaart en Slingers Nederland in 100 verjaardagen

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Scott Daniel Ellison Iowa, Ohio

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Anna Fox Resort 1 Butlin’s Bognor Regis

Elliot Ross Animal

Elena Perlino Pipeline Trafficking in Italy

Lorena Ros Unspoken

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Robert King Democratic Desert The War in Syria

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David Chancellor Hunters

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Sophie Zénon Roads Over Troubled Water

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A quest for the soul Une chasse à l’âme Bilder aus Kambodscha

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Malcolm Venville The Women of Casa X

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Scott Daniel Ellison Iowa, Ohio

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Anna Fox Resort 1 Butlin’s Bognor Regis

Elliot Ross Animal

Elena Perlino Pipeline Trafficking in Italy

Lorena Ros Unspoken

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Robert King Democratic Desert The War in Syria

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David Chancellor Hunters

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Sophie Zénon Roads Over Troubled Water

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Lucia Ganieva Ermitazhniki

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Basement Sanctuaries

GescheWürfel’s first university degree was in Spatial Planning (from the University of Dortmund) and she spent several years afterwards working in the field of regeneration and public participation. In 2005, she moved to London to study Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London where she focused more on my own visual arts practice. These experiences all shape her approach to the relationship between space, human (inter)action, and nature. In particular, she tend to investigate the physical manifestation of underlying social and urban processes by exploring notions of place as well as the relationships humans have with their environment (in urbanscapes as well as cultural and natural landscapes).

Gesche Würfel is a German visual artist living and working in New York City. She received her Diploma in Urban Planning from the University of Dortmund, Germany, and her M.A. in Photography and Urban Cultures from Goldsmiths, University of London, UK. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. In 2007, Würfel was selected as one of the Bloomberg New Contemporaries showcasing the best emerging talent from UK art schools. Some of her recent exhibitions include solo shows at Field Projects, NYC; Wolk Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA; Civilian Art Projects, Washington, DC. Her work has been presented among others in group shows at Tate Modern, [space]; Kokerei Zollverein, Essen, Germany; and Curator’s Office, Washington, DC. Her work is included in the MIT Museum’s Collection, along with private collections in Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

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