Martine Franck
A carnival, a fashion show, children at play and the residents of an old-age home, Buddhist monks and a student at a circus school—everything Belgian-born photographer Martine Franck turns her lens on in this eye-opening new monograph by Louise Baring comes so vividly to life that these pictures almost seem to exist in three dimensions. The images in Martine Franck (Phaidon) are the kind we return to again and again, and in which we always manage to see something fresh and unexpected.

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