Exclusively available is the new book by Robert Knoth & Antoinette de Jong:
Their book project shows the changing landscapes in the closed zones around Fukushima. They documented evacuated farmhouses, gardens, agricultural fields and the surrounding hills and forests and combine their photos with historical material.
RBB Photobooks is releasing two photo books:
Czesław Siegieda photographed the Polish community he grew up in, moving through fêtes and funerals with an ease only available to an insider. The images in “Polska Britannica“, taken between 1974 and 1981, show the staunchly Catholic traditions and national customs so faithfully maintained.
“Early Sunday Morning“ shows an intimate document of Mitchell’s own Leeds. The book reveals the layers of the city’s history, exposed by the changes to the urban landscape that epitomised the 1970s and 80s. Hundred-year-old terraces and cobbled streets sit flanked by concrete flats, with newly cleared ground to either side are presented with Mitchell’s typical graphic framing.