Michael Dashkin

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Collaboration: A Potential History of Photography

An invigorating alternative to traditional ways of understanding the history of photography.

Artists in Residence: Downtown New York in the 1970s

Recommended for its immediacy, this personal reminiscence tells readers what 1970s New York was like.

Called to the Camera: Black American Studio Photographers

Enhances understanding of an aspect of American photography not well enough understood until now.

Reclaim the Street: Street Photography’s Moment

Those who thought they’d seen everything in street photography will find new themes and insights; newcomers will be introduced to photography that is thrilling for its inventiveness, creativity, and humanism.

Yevonde: Life and Colour

With color photography the norm today, it’s fascinating to learn about the work and life of an artist who helped launch color photography.

Color Mania: Photographing the World in Autochrome

An enchanting view into a collection of images rarely seen, and a process crucial to creating our contemporary image world.

Another Country: British Documentary Photography Since 1945

Those interested in documentary photo trends encompassing the UK and beyond will value this title.

Film Noir Portraits

Fans of the genre will delight, as will photographers and graphic designers who value the style of the era.

Eye Dreaming: Photographs by Anthony Barboza

The first monograph on this significant American photographer, thorough and handsomely designed.

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