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A Place of Our Own by Iris Hassid
For six years (2014-2020) Tel Aviv-based photographer and artist Iris Hassid followed the day to day life of four young Palestinian women, citizens of Israel, who are part of a recent surge of the young generation of Arab female students attending Tel Aviv University.
Todd Webb in Africa: Outside the Frame
The compelling photographic journey of one of the 20th century's great photographers through 8 African countries on the cusp of independence.
The Boys by Rick Schatzberg
When two of his oldest friends died unexpectedly, Rick Schatzberg (born 1954) turned to photography to cope with his grief. He spent the next year and a half photographing his remaining group of a dozen men who have been close since early childhood. Now in their 67th year, "The Boys," as they call themselves, grew up together in the 1950s in post-war Long Island, New York.
Home Fires, Vol I: The Past  by Bruce Haley
Bruce Haley spent his formative years on a small ranch in the southwestern portion of California's San Joaquin Valley, in an area between Lemoore and Riverdale known as the Island District. Not the sort of young man who was easily contained indoors (setting a pattern that would last a lifetime), he ran the land, rode horses and dirt bikes across the fields, and grew up. Haley is a Robert Capa Gold Medal winner and celebrated internationally for his war and documentary work that took him to Somalia, Afghanistan, Burma, and elsewhere. For this deeply personal project, he turns his camera homeward, to this agriculture-rich San Joaquin Valley. The resulting images, haunting and melancholy, play out against the larger framework of contentious water politics and land use issues.
Today’s Special by Jeff Rothstein
Coral Press Arts is pleased to announce the publication of Today's Special, a photobook by Jeff Rothstein.
Big Heart Strong Hands by Anne Helene Gjelstad
We're delighted that Big Heart, Strong Hands will shortly be back in stock. We published the book in late January this year and within eight weeks it was sold out. Unfortunately Covid delayed our reprint but we can now announce that we expect to be able to begin shipping orders out to customers from December 18th.
Ragnar Axelsson Arctic Heroes
For 4,000 years, the Greenlandic sled dog has been the true hero of the Artic today, with global warming melting his world away, his fate is uncertain.
Unperson by Tim Franco
For the past 3 years, photographer Tim Franco based in Seoul, South Korea has been documenting the incredible tales of women and men fleeing the North Korean dictatorship in search of another life. This exclusive project composed of portraits and testimonies of the defectors, as well as landscapes retracing the roads of their exile will be published as a photo book by the Magenta Foundation.
We are Santa by Ron Cooper
I'm a portrait, travel and documentary photographer based in Denver, Colorado. I travel overseas extensively in pursuit of images that reflect local cultures and people. My most recent project, We Are Santa, was produced a bit closer to home, specifically in photo shoots in eight cities across the United States.
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All About Photo Awards 2021
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Winners will receive $10,000 in cash awards, extensive press coverage and global recognition.