Documenting the life of schoolchildren on his native Caribbean island of Nevis, Jeffers captures the living essence of Nevisian youth in his new book. The photographer not only stirs up nostalgia, but also celebrates the individuality of each subject, from the shy to the rowdy.
ten. Digital print by Jim Goldberg (Stanley / Barker)
In Raised by wolves, his acclaimed 10-year project from the 1980s to the 1990s, Goldberg documented Californian youth through photographs, installations, texts and films. This new book presents 45 of the unpublished Polaroids of the photographer from this first project, giving us a glimpse of the rawness and beauty of the younger generations of Los Angeles and San Francisco.
To coincide with his first solo exhibition at the Okinawa Prefectural Museum and Art Museum in Japan, Ishikawa presents a body of work including portraits and documentary photographs, as well as essays by a range of experts. The Okinawan photographer intimately captures the strength and endurance of life in Japan in this fascinating book.
12. sweeteners by Laura Jane Coulson (Claire de Rouen Books)
Amid the pandemic, British photographer Coulson has ventured outside to photograph her friends and characters in London’s parks. The result? An uplifting and joyful record from a strange, but unique period. With a focus on youth literature, all proceeds from sales are donated to the YoungMinds charity.