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Beautiful and sensitive photographs documenting aspects of American culture and communities ignored by the mainstream.
Incredible photographs of the Cuban Revolution as it unfolded. Includes iconic and unseen images.
An extravagant photographic history of photographers and their cameras.
The Godfather of Pin-Up. Kelley’s stunning unseen nude photography.
Leonard Freed’s seminal civil rights photo essay was first published in 1968. This newly-expanded 2020 edition includes unseen images.
Extraordinary collection of unseen photographs of the Beat Generation. The first book ever published with colour shots of the Beats.
Godlis’ best street photography from the 1970s and ’80s in a succinct celebration of New York’s and Boston’s past.
Beautiful portrait of America in the 1960s, rediscovered after 50 years.
First photographer to be invited into the tribe’s inner circle since Edward S. Curtis.
A long overdue tribute to a prolific talent
Nicoletta’s archive traces the burgeoning lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender mecca that was San Francisco in the 1970s to its present day.
The first anthology dedicated to Stock during his most celebrated period of the 1950s to 1970s.
A who’s who of rock royalty by one of the greatest rock photographers of all time.
Over 95 percent unseen images. These remarkable photographs of Newport and Monterey immortalize the unique energy of these celebrations of jazz.
A unique photographic essay of racing culture. Offers an insider’s look at NASCAR by one of the notable documentary photographers working in America.
A beautiful and timely reflection from one of the most celebrated photographers of the twentieth century.
A breathtaking tribute to one of the most visionary and creative photographers of the twentieth century.
Every image unseen. Stunning photography of the King of Cool.
A definitive illustrated history commemorating the 50th anniversary of this landmark picture.
In Arizona, Hurn turned his inimitable eye to ordinary Arizonians in their daily life, and their landscape.
Iconic 1960s photographs from one of Magnum's finest photographers.
Offers the definitive view of Johnny Cash’s prison concerts at Folsom in 1968 and San Quentin in 1969.
The ultimate insider’s portrait of Andy Warhol’s Factory and New York’s art and underground scene.
This is the first time Floyd's photographs have been published, with most completely unseen.
Celebration of the old Vegas and the people who shaped the town in its heyday by leading documentary photographer Hunter Barnes.
For this powerful photo essay, Hunter Barnes entered the surreal and wonderful world of the travelling carnival in America.
Unseen anthology of 1970s rock photography.
Legendary unseen photographs.
Two-day photo essay of rare photographs, the majority previously unpublished.
Previously Unseen Personal Nude Collection from ‘The Norman Rockwell of Cheesecake’.
The definitive collection of Mark Shaw’s renowned photographs of the Kennedys.
Baron Wolman’s stunning black and white photographs of Woodstock, the majority completely unseen.