The best photography books of 2012: an alternative selectionFrom an album of candid shots by Dennis Hopper to a study of the short-lived Zambian 60s space programme, here are 10 more of the year's top picture publications Sean O'Hagan
Lise Sarfati: She, Twin Palms, £51 I interviewed Sarfati back in February for her exhibition She at Brancolini Grimmaldi in London, and found her an engaging and eccentric spirit with a fully formed, slightly leftfield vision. Now comes the book of the same name, featuring Sarfati's cinematic images of two sisters, Christine and Gina, and Christine's daughters, Sloane and Sasha. "I like doubles, like mothers and daughters, or sisters or reflections," says Sarfati. "This represents my research into women's identities ... I am interested in fixing that instability." Like all her work, the end result is both intriguing and elusive.
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