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Wynn Bullock Revelations BY BRETT ABBOTT With contributions by Maria Kel ly and Barbara Bul l ock-Wil son

“[Bullock’s images] are inexhaustible, they just go on and on, each viewing (and I have looked into some of them for upwards of an hour at a stretch, completely immersed, and that’s rare) leads me further and further into them. . . . There’s such an abundance of treasures I want to weep for joy.”

With a collection of images that spans Wynn Bullock’s entire oeuvre this volume offers the most comprehensive assessment of the extraordinary career of one of the leading photographers of the mid-twentieth century. Hig h Museum of Art release date | 2014 11 x 11 inches, 208 pages, 12 color and 133 duotone plates ISBN 978-0-292-75777-6 $65.00 | £43.00 | C$75.00

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—A.D.COLEMAN

“In every photograph of this country which Wynn Bullock has taken, there is present a note of gratitude for the privilege of being alive and seeing the world, not as a machine, not as a drudge, not as a professional, but as a dreamer divinely possessed.” —HENRY MILLER

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Aaron Siskind TEXT BY GILLES MORA I n tro d u c t i o n b y Ch ar l e s Tr au b

The first true retrospective of a towering figure in American photography and the only book on Aaron Siskind currently in print, this volume features important, rarely published work and an authoritative text by noted photo historian Gilles Mora. C e n te r f o r Cr eat i v e Ph o t o g r ap h y Haz an r e l e a se d ate | 2014 10 x 12 inches, 200 pages, 150 duotone photographs ISBN 978-0-292-76291-6

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Frame A Retrospective BY MARK COHEN Introd uction By Jane l iving ston

With over two hundred and fifty images, many never before published, Frame is the first career retrospective of legendary street photographer Mark Cohen, whose hometown of WilkesBarre, Pennsylvania, provided the subject of gritty visual poetry. release date | 2015 91/2 x 101/2 inches, 36 color and 221 b&w photos ISBN 978-1-4773-0372-6 $85.00 | ÂŁ55.00 | C$110.00

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Photographer Laura Wilson worked with Richard Avedon during the six years he was making portraits for In the American West; the resulting 1985 exhibition and book was a milestone in American photography and Avedon’s most important body of work. In Avedon at Work, Wilson presents a unique photographic record of his creation of this masterwork—the first time a major photographer has been documented in great depth over an extended period of time.

Avedon at Work In the American West BY LAURA WILSON Fo re wo r d b y L arr y M c M u rt r y

Photographs from Mexico and India

Royal Photographic Society of England 2004 Book of the Year Maine Photographic Workshop 2004 Golden Light Book of the Year

Ha rr y Ran s o m Ce n t er r e l e a se d ate | 2003 9 x 11 inches, 132 pages, 110 duotone photos ISBN 978-0-292-70193-9 $60.00 | £39.00 | C$75.50

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Man and Beast

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BY MARY ELLEN MARK

“…she uses her camera like Wonder Woman’s golden lasso—as a truth-telling device that peels performance from personality. . . the photographs are warm, wise, and complicated.”

This engaging photo essay by the internationally acclaimed photographer of Exposure, Falkland Road, and Ward 81 presents powerful images that probe the humanity of animals and the lurking beast within humans. South western & Mex ican Ph otog raph y Series Th e Wittl iff Col l ections at Texas State University release date | 2014 12 x 12 inches, 168 pages, 116 duotone plates, 13 duotone photos

— PA R U L S E H G A L , New York

ISBN 978-0-292-75611-3 $60.00 | £40.00 | C$70.00

Times Book Review

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America Icons and Ingenuity Second Edition BY DAN WINTERS Ad d itional Essays by Courtney A . McN eil and Joh n Grz ywacz - Gray

This lavishly illustrated volume surveys the entire oeuvre of internationally award-winning photographer Dan Winters, including iconic celebrity portraits, scientific photography, photojournalism, and lyrical personal expressions.

Best Art/Photography Book, 2012 Los Angeles Times Book Festival

release date | 2014 9∏ x 121⁄4 inches, 176 pages, 120 color photos ISBN 978-0-292-75809-4 $55.00 | £37.00 | C$63.50

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P H OT OJO U R N A L IS M A N D D O CUM ENTARY

Bronx Boys BY STEPHEN SHAMES Tex t by Martin Dones and José “Ponch o” Muñoz

Time Best Photobooks of 2014 Selection

“The Bronx has a terrible beauty, stark and harsh, like the desert. At first glance you imagine nothing can survive. Then you notice life going on all around. People adapt, survive, and even prosper in this urban moonscape of quick pleasures and false hopes. . . . Often I am terrified of the Bronx. Other times it feels like home. My images reflect the feral vitality and hope of these young men. The interplay between good and evil, violence and love, chaos and family, is the theme, but this is not documentation. There is no story line. There is only a feeling.”

LensCulture 2014 Photobook of the Year Selection “This is a beautiful book.” — L E N S C U LT U R E

—STEPHEN SHAMES

release date | 2014 63⁄4 x 9 inches, 224 pages, 123 duotone photos ISBN 978-0-292-75942-8 $50.00 | £33.00 | C$62.50

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“Like Bruce Davidson’s similarly immersive and impactful East 100th Street, the book already feels like a classic.” — V I N C E A L E T T I , Photography Critic, The New Yorker

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P HO T O JO U R NA L I S M A ND D O C U M E NTA R Y

Time Best Photobooks of 2013 Selection “A monument to the conflict photographer” — PA T R I C K W I T T Y, International Picture Editor, Time

Photo-Eye Best Books of 2013 Selection “A brick of a book. . . surprises and delights with the first-hand and imperfect narratives. Truth is not usually found in a photograph, but perhaps it can be found in a photographer’s words?” — P E T E B R O O K , Photo-Eye

“Monumental, eloquent, and devastating. . . one of the essential documents to come out of the Iraq war.” — G E O R G E PA C K E R , The New Yorker

“Stunning and arrestingly graphic.” —BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY

“Required reading for anyone interested in the way news is gathered and disseminated these days.” — V I N C E A L E T T I , Photograph

“Brutally honest… a powerful read for anyone interested in photography, journalism, or the documentation of war. . . an invaluable resource for historians.” — J A M E S E S T R I N , New York Times Lensblog

Photojournalists on War The Untold Stories from Iraq BY MICHAEL KAMBER Introd uction by Dex ter Fil kins

“Harrowing.” — S L AT E . C O M

“Hard-hitting accounts… the closest we have come on the written page to the experience of modern warfare.” —OVERSEAS PRESS CLUB

With visceral, previously unpublished photographs and eyewitness accounts from the front lines, three dozen of the world’s leading photojournalists reveal the inside and untold stories of the Iraq war in this groundbreaking oral history. release date | 2013 10 x 12 inches, 288 pages, 166 color and b&w photos

“A vital record of a conflict that will shape America, and Iraq, for decades to come.”

ISBN 978-0-292-74408-0

—COLUMBIA JOURNALISM REVIEW

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With over 250 images that span the astonishing range of his subjects and his evolution as a photographer, this is the first career retrospective of Eli Reed, one of America’s leading contemporary photojournalists and the first African American member of Magnum Photos.

Eli Reed A Long Walk Home PHOTOGRAPHS BY ELI REED Introd uction by Paul Th eroux

“Everything about Eli Reed’s work is unlikely, surprising, original, strong, and humane—like the man himself.” — PA U L T H E R O U X , F R O M T H E I N T R O D U C T I O N

release date | 2015 13 x 101/2 inches, 352 pages, 261 duotones ISBN 978-0-292-74857-6 $85.95 | £55.00 | C$110.00

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Unsettled / Desasosiego Children in a World of Gangs/Los niños en un mundo de las pandillas BY DONNA DE CESARE Foreword By Fred Ritch in Transl ation By Javier Auyero

Culminating thirty years of photographing gang members and their families and collecting images that have been featured in Aperture, Mother Jones, and other publications, awardwinning photojournalist Donna De Cesare uncovers the effects of war and gang violence on the lives of youths in Central America and in refugee communities in the United States in this bilingual book. release date | 2013

Winner of the 2013 Maria Moors Cabot Prize, Columbia University Journalism School

PDN Best Photobooks of 2013 Selection “Rich and emotionally powerful. . . a work of excellent journalism as well as photojournalism.”

A Procession of Them

11 x 10 inches, 184 pages, 105 duotone photos ISBN 978-0-292-74439-4 $65.00 | £41.00 | C$75.00

— H O L LY S T U A R T H U G H E S ,

BY EUGENE RICHARDS

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Amnesty International Photojournalism Award 2009 for excerpt published in Newsweek One of the world’s foremost documentary photographers offers an unflinching look at the inhuman conditions suffered by the mentally ill and disabled in many countries. r ele as e dat e | 2 0 0 8 61/2 x 81/2 inches, 152 pages, 71 duotones ISBN 978-0-292-71985-9 $45.00 | £30.00 | C$56.50

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Hard Ground unites Michael O’Brien’s compelling photographs and Tom Waits’s powerful poetry to reveal our common humanity with the men, women, and children who survive on the street.

Seeds I am a seed that fell Upon the hard ground The hard ground The hard ground I am a seed that fell Upon the ground

Hard Ground PHOTOGRAPHS AND INTERVIEWS BY MICHAEL O’BRIEN Po ems b y To m Wai t s r e l e a se d ate | 2011 9 x 113/4, 184 pages, 88 duotone photos ISBN 978-0-292-72649-9

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I am a seed that fell Upon the ground I am a leaf that fell From an oak tree An oak tree From an old oak tree I am a leaf that fell From an oak tree I am a leaf that fell From a tree I am a stone that is rolling On a rough road On a rough road On a rough road I am a stone that is rolling On a rough road I am a stone that is rolling On the road

“Other collections of lost souls (Richard Avedon’s In the American West comes to mind) are different. . . we meet O’Brien’s people one on one. Their ‘otherness’ is removed. The photographs engender compassion and empathy. If that sounds simple, it is because it is simple. And, as you know, being simple is very, very difficult. Hard Ground is a rare and powerful book.” —JOHN LOENGARD

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LensCulture 2014 Photobook of the Year Selection “Massive. . . a treasure.” — L E N S C U LT U R E

Photo-Eye Best Books of 2013 Selection “A great book artist way ahead of his time.” —JOHN GOSSAGE

Aperture/Paris Photo 2014 Photobook of the Year Shortlist

The Big Book

“Utterly remarkable. . . as close to Smith’s flesh and blood as one can get with a bound book.”

Volumes One and Two B Y W. E U G E N E S M I T H Fo re wo rd by D r . K at h ar i n e Mart i n ez I n tro d u c tio n b y Wi l l i am S . Jo h n s o n E ssay b y Jo h n Ber g e r No te s by L es l i e S q u y r e s , Jen n i f e r Jae G u t i e rr ez

— S A M S T E P H E N S O N , Author of Dream Street and The Jazz Loft Project

C e n te r f o r Cr e at i v e Ph o t o g r ap h y at the Un i v e r s i t y o f A r i z o na r e l e a se d ate | 2013 Volume One: 10 x 13∑ inches, 168 pages, 243 b&w photos

These slipcased volumes present a facsimile of the unpublished magnum opus of one of the twentieth century’s greatest photographers—an ambitious, ahead-of-its-time photo-essay that reveals W. Eugene Smith as a major progenitor of the photobook genre.

Volume Two: 10 x 13∑ inches, 173 pages, 223 b&w photos Volume Three: 10 x 13∑ inches, 104 pages, thumbnails, photos, scanned pages ISBN 978-0-292-75468-3 $185.00 | £119.00 | C$215.00

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C O L L E C T I O NS A ND C R I T I C I S M

Arnold Newman At Work

American Photo 2013 Photobook of the Year Selection

BY ROY FLUKINGER I n t r o du c t io n b y Ma r ia n ne Fu lt o n

“Celebrates the richness and depth of color photography. . . This is a photobook with an actual plot.”

Rich with contact sheets, Polaroids, notebooks, calendars, and tearsheets this volume offers unprecedented insights into the creativity of one of the twentieth century’s greatest photographers. American Institute of Graphic Arts 2013 “50 Books, 50 Covers” Selection

— L U C S A N T E , New York Times

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8 x 9√ inches, 296 pages, 107 color photos, 171 color plates ISBN 978-0-292-74491-2 $60.00 | £38.00 | C$69.00

“A deep study of the evolution of colour photography in the United States. . . there are discoveries and rediscoveries to be made.”

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—JÖRG M. COLBERG,

Color

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American Photography Transformed BY JOHN ROHRBACH Essay by Sylvie Pénich on Amon Carter Museum of American Art release date | 2013 10 x 12 inches, 344 pages, 98 color plates, 71 color illustrations ISBN 978-0-292-75301-3 $75.00 | £48.00 | C$86.50

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Reading Magnum

Nathan Lyons

A Visual Archive of the Modern World

Selected Essays, Lectures, and Interviews

EDITED BY STEVEN HOELSCHER

EDITED BY JESSICA S. MCDONALD

Fo r e w o r d b y Geo ff Dyer

American Photo 2013 Photobook of the Year Selection

This first reading of the vast Magnum Photos archive as a body of work presents an astonishingly rich survey of life and death in the second half of the twentieth and the early twenty-first centuries.

Nathan Lyons is the first comprehensive examination of this visionary photographer, curator, theorist, and educator, one of the most important voices in American photography and a central force in the explosive growth of the field over the past five decades.

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Harry Ransom C enter release date | 2012

9∏ x 10∏ inches, 352 pages, 275 color and b&w photos

7 x 10 inches, 301 pages, 147 duotones

ISBN 978-0-292-74843-9

ISBN 978-0-292-73771-6 $45.00 | £27.99 | C$51.95

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C O L L E C T I O NS A ND C R I T I C I S M

“Edward Wakeling is widely acknowledged as a world authority on Lewis Carroll. . . his catalogue raisonné is a welcome addition as it makes a significant contribution to the field and will become the standard reference work that will underpin future research and scholarship.”

The Gernsheim Collection BY ROY FLUKINGER Preface by David L . Col eman Foreword by Al ison Nord ström Afterword by Mark Haworth - Booth

This selection of masterpieces from the Gernsheim Collection effectively constitutes a visual history of photography from the earliestknown photograph to images of the midtwentieth century.

Professor of Photographic History, De

Harry Ransom C enter release date | 2010

Montfort University, Leicester

10 x 13 inches, 362 pages, 195 b&w photos

— R O G E R T A Y L O R , Emeritus

Winner of the Alfred H. Barr Award from the College Art Association

ISBN 978-0-292-72336-8 $75.00 | £49.00 | C$95.00

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The Photographs of Lewis Carroll A Catalogue Raisonné BY EDWARD WAKELING r e le a se d ate | 2 01 5 9√ x 12 inches, 384 pages, 961 duotone photographs ISBN 978-0-292-76743-0 $125.00 | £81.00 | C$160.00

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Eddie Adams A Retrospective

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Rodrigo Moya

Photography and Conscience/ FotografĂ­a y consciencia The Wit t liff Co lle c t io ns at Te xa s Stat e Un iv e r s it y phot oj ou rnalis m and do c um e ntary

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