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A Year of Mornings
By Maria Vettese and Stephanie Congdon Barnes

A Year of Mornings collects 236 images--always taken before 10 am without discussion between the two women--from this uniquely 21st century artistic collaboration.


A Year of Mornings
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Artists Unframed

Artists Unframed features more than 100 images of artists at work and play.


Artists Unframed
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Balancing Acts

Through photographs and interviews, Balancing Acts chronicles thirteen years in the often-dramatic lives of three principal dancers in the San Francisco Ballet (Kristin Long, Tina LeBlanc, and Katita Waldo) who continued to dance after becoming mothers.


Balancing Acts
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Balthazar Korab
By John Comazzi

While Balthazar Korab's photography has been widely published and his contributions to architecture greatly celebrated, there has never been a publication dedicated exclusively to his life, career & practice. This book is the first monograph on Korab and includes a broad and comprehensive presentation of his professional architecture photography.


Balthazar Korab
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BEE
By Rose-Lynn Fisher, Verlyn Klinkenborg and Rose-Lynn Fisher

Incredibly beautiful magnifications of bees and their environment.


BEE
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BEIJING
By Lois Conner and Geremie Barme

A photographic conversation about China's history through the striking, beautiful and thought provoking juxtaposition of traditional and contemporary architecture.


BEIJING
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Big Picture, The
By Josh Sapan and Luc Sante

The Big Picture is an assembly of panoramic portraits from the last decade of the nineteenth century through World War II. Eminent critic and social historian Luc Sante introduces the plates; Josh Sapan and a number of other public figures provide extended captions, illuminating significant moments, issues, people and events from American History.


Big Picture, The
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Disappearance of Darkness
By Robert Burley and Doina Popescu

The Disappearance of Darkness is an elegiac reflection on the resilience of traditional art forms in the digital era and vital commemoration of a century old industry that seems to have disappeared overnight.


Disappearance of Darkness
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Finding Home
By Traer Scott

Finding Home, with it's thirty-five elegant black-and-white dog portraits, is an eloquent plea for the urgent need for more adoptive families, as well as a tribute to dogs everywhere.


Finding Home
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Inside the Artist's Studio
By Joe Fig and Jonathan T.D. Neil

In-depth interviews with two dozen celebrated artists working in a variety of media: painters, sculptors, photographers and video artists.


Inside the Artist's Studio