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Dafy Hagai – Sunset
Perimeter Editions 2015 ISBN 9780994388315 Acqn 25571
Pb 21x28cm 40pp 31col ills £22.50
Young Israeli photographer Dafy Hagai has made a name for her playful, sexually curious images
of young women amidst a uniquely Middle Eastern geographic, cultural and architectural
paradigm. Her first book 'Israeli Girls' engendered a new perspective on the queer gaze,
bouncing between visual cadences skirting fashion and editorial photography and a refreshingly
wide-eyed sense of candidness. Her new publication, 'Sunset', prefaces a more experimental line
of approach. Shot in and around Israeli beach resort towns, 'Sunset' sidles architecture,
abstraction and fragmented figurative gestures amongst an idyllic and faux-idyllic tableaux of
landscapes and beach scenes – the tension between reality and artifice ever-present.

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Zoe Croggon – Arc
Perimeter Editions 2015 ISBN 9780987353061 Acqn 25570
Pb 21x30cm 80pp 38ills 25col £27
Arc is the debut book by Melbourne artist Zoë Croggon and the winner of the 2015 Asia-Pacific
Photobook Prize, sponsored by Grenadier Press, Singapore, and published by Perimeter Editions
and Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive, Melbourne. Croggon's practice revolves around collage in its
most economical and decisive form. Drawing on found images mining the histories of modernist
and minimalist architecture, dance, performance and sporting endeavour, Croggon orchestrates
highly aesthetic and formally charged arrangements via the simplest of cuts and gestures,
pointing towards the limitations and potentials of the body and the built form

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Lloyd Stubber - Fossil Fuels
Perimeter Editions 2015 ISBN 9780987353092 Acqn 25569
Hb 17x14cm 48pp 24col ills £32.95
The Phillip Island Classic in Victoria represents Australia’s premier racing festival for historic cars.
Each autumn, racing and motoring enthusiasts travel from around Australia to the Phillip Island
Circuit. Photographer Lloyd Stubber has been accompanying his father Ray, uncle Paul and
sister Marlo to Phillip Island to document the race, its enthusiasts and his family’s place in it over
the last three years. Fossil Fuels serves as a repository for these images. Shot between 2013
and 2015, the photographs not only speak of the action and aesthetics of old-school racing – the
blazing paint jobs, brash slogans and exacting attention to detail – but of the various subcultures
and family histories that inhabit it.

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