The book contains the original uncensored edition of Baudelaire's collection accompanied by these strange engraved prints by Antoine d'Agata. Present and past are superimposed. Like a game of transparency that will present the frame of an image on the cover. In this work "Fleurs du mal", Baudelaire is a stroller, a spectator of the world around him, of urban transformations, while d'Agata embodies photography, life and reappropriates the space of the city by the gesture.
"Changing times: Art facing a new world" brings together proposals from artists and authors inviting us to question how the world of art - more specifically the visual art world - can act, react and interact in the face of the constantly changing environment in which we live.
The book is an exploration of an African concept of life after death known as Sasa and Zamani. Inspired by the work of Kenyan philosopher John Mbiti, Marwan T. Assaf examines our relationship with death, memory of the deceased and how these relate to photography.
A photobook featuring a fictional story by Carole Naggar about the extraordinary parallel lives of Magnum photographer and co-founder David "Chim" Seymour and Tereska Adwentowska, a young Polish girl who was the main subject of one of her most famous photographs.
This book brings together photographs found or taken by Helen Zout on the marks left on survivors and victims' families by the disappearances of people during Argentina's last military dictatorship between 1976 and 1983.