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New: Non-Structures

New: Non-Structures

We are delighted to announce the release of our new book. ‘Non-Structures’ by Francisco Ibanez Hantke presents London as a spectacle of constant conflict, negotiation and flux. From the demolition of iconic buildings such as Robin Hood Gardens to various transformations of anonymous buildings in London, the photographs aim to unveil the unexpected and sculptural morphology of these ‘non-structures’. Beyond visual documentation, this series of images initiates a dialogue concerned with what type of future we want for the places in which we live, work, and pass the time.

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New: A One Storied Country

New: A One Storied Country

We are delighted to announce our latest book. Bierl explores the poisoned tracts of mining cities, dying villages and residential architectures in the Chelyabinsk and Kurgan Oblasts left behind after the covered-up Khystym nuclear disaster of 1957.

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New: Utopia Ending

New: Utopia Ending

We are delighted to announce the release of our new book. Utopia ending investigates the urban transformation of London since the 2012 Olympics, and includes photographs taken between 2014 to 2019. The author compares the current finance-driven development of the city with the post-WWII expansion.

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New: Ecology of Dreams

New: Ecology of Dreams

Our latest book, Ecology of Dreams, is now available. The L.A. of The Ecology of Dreams is not that of ‘Tinseltown’, sun and surf, as it is commonly (mis)understood, but that of a 21st Century megalopolis after forty years of neoliberal capitalism: a city of corporate empires and militarised police forces, gated communities and environmental catastrophe.

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New: The Hunter, the Woman and the Hut

New: The Hunter, the Woman and the Hut

We are delighted to announce our latest book. Manolis' work is the result of many road trips exploring the Greek landscape. The photographs are a personal documentation of the modern suburban society and aims to highlight a transitional nature between the past, present and future.

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