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Announcing photo-eye's Publisher Direct

With the exciting explosion in the number of independently published and small press photography books, Publisher Direct enables photo-eye to continue its legacy as a resource for promoting books of importance to our eclectic and sophisticated audience.

Publisher Direct is a curated, invitation only service that provides photographers and independent book publishers with an avenue for promoting their titles on photo-eye's popular website, allowing their publications to be viewed by a large audience of photobook enthusiasts. Purchases and fulfillment are through the publisher themselves instead of photo-eye. For more information on Publisher Direct click here.

 from left to right: Coen Hagedoorn Bouwgroep, Nicosia in Dark and White, 75003 and Toward a Human Face

Featured this week through Publisher Direct, Coen Hagedoorn Bouwgroep by Bert Teunissen is a collection of images taken of the Hagedoorn Construction Group staff. Beautifully designed by Erik Kessels and Sophie Gerrard at KesselsKramer, this title is in an edition of 1000 with only 200 copies for sale. Nicosia in Dark and White by Thodoris Tzalavras is a hauntingly mesmerizing look inside the long abandoned buildings adjacent to the Green Line in Nicosia, Cyprus. The photographs in this series are simply beautiful and offer an intimate view of a neglected part of an otherwise lively city. 75003 by Gianluca Tamorri is a gorgeously printed investigation of the historic Le Marais district of Paris. This title is limited to an edition of 150 hand numbered copies with a limited edition of 25 signed copies that include a 5x7 gelatin silver print. Toward a Human Face by Dennis Letbetter and Solomon Rino is a striking homage to John Deakin and Francis Bacon. Offering Rino's series of collaged pieces atop portraits of himself taken by Letbetter this project is a playful take on art history. All Publisher Direct titles are available for order through the publisher via a special link within their listing.

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