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Magnum by Michael Ignatieff
Category: Photography | Reading Level: very good
A vision of the contemporary world since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, by the photographers of Magnum. The volume includes work from a range of photographers from Cartier-Bresson to the organization's newest recruits.
New Zealand Landscapes by Andris Apse
Category: New Zealand | Reading Level: very good
Andris Apse was the first photographer to seriously tackle New Zealand's scenery with a panoramic camera, and his work remains the benchmark by which all are judged. "New Zealand Landscapes" was first published in 1994 and has been revised and refreshed. While retaining the current structure and format, ...Show more
Sally Tagg - Sanctuary in Nature by Sally Tagg
Category: New Zealand | Reading Level: near fine
Photographer and artist Sally Tagg is famous for her botanical photography and exquisite mandala artworks. During the Covid-19 lockdown, she compiled this lovely wee limited edition gift book, sanctuary in nature.
Clouds That Look Like Things: From the Cloud Appreciation Society by Gavin Pretor-Pinney
Category: Natural History | Reading Level: very good
Clouds in the shape of dolphins, elephants, UFOs, even Alfred Hitchcock and Andy Murray...they're all here in this beautiful and hilarious collection of clouds photographed around the world by members of The Cloud Appreciation Society, selected and wittily captioned by Gavin Pretor-Pinney, winner of the ...Show more
Category: New Zealand
For the first time, a camera goes deep inside the sacred space of the All Black camp - revealing the highs and the lows, the pain and the passion, the commitment and the courage of New Zealand's iconic sporting team. Best-selling photojournalist Nick Danziger and writer James Kerr have been granted unpr ...Show more