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Juxtapositions

by Matt Sutherland

Viva the camera as a weapon against those who seek to alter history. Indeed, memory and truth are happily captured in a photo. For nearly fifty years, on hundreds of assignment for Life and other magazines, Ted Polumbaum traveled the... Read More

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British Columbia

by Rebecca Foster

Gorgeous photographs and meticulous watercolor images make this celebration of British Columbia’s diversity stunning in its artistry. The Canadian province of British Columbia has the motto “Splendor without Diminishment.” That... Read More

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Canada

by Matt Sutherland

Canada’s great size, rugged physical landscape, and understated personality of its smallish population all serve to keep the outrageous beauty of the place a relative secret—compared to its boastful southern neighbor. Crack the... Read More

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Cuba

by Matt Sutherland

For many Americans, the haunting mystique of that forbidden communist island just ninety miles off our southern shore provokes both patriotic zeal and the bully’s shame. Yes, it’s complicated. Yet the 250 spectacular photos in this... Read More

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The First World War

by Matt Sutherland

Shuffle through your memory bank of WWI and you’ll likely visualize grainy, b&w images of trenches, gas masks, zeppelins, and mud, lots of mud. Americans, especially, can’t readily distinguish the Ardennes from Verdun, Ypres from... Read More

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The Birth of Bourbon

by Matt Sutherland

With plentiful limestone-filtered springwater and an ideal climate, your old Kentucky home was God’s gift to whiskey makers, and early settlers put grain to copper still and bourbon soon ran from it. But Prohibition cut the number of... Read More

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Witness

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Witness" is a moving project, serving as both a memorial to those lost and a charge to not let such events repeat themselves. "Witness" integrates photographs and survivor testimonies into an exploration of the Holocaust in its... Read More

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Art of the Airport Tower

by Rachel Jagareski

Devotees of art photography and aviation history alike will savor this unusual and well-researched book. A striking photo of Edinburgh Airport’s iconic traffic control tower, with its sweeping lines and skin of diamond-shaped tiles,... Read More

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