Revisiting Josef Koudelka’s Photographs of Europe’s Roma Communities Koudelka’s foundational body of work offers an intimate glimpse into Europe’s Roma communities.
Ten of the Best Publications to Pick up at Offprint Paris 2019 | AnOther Your pulse may not normally quicken at the prospect of a book fair, but Offprint is one that demands attention; the art-and-fashion-minded show, split between London and Paris, doubles as a summit for forward-thinking longform. And with backing by juggernaut arts foundation […]
The Daily Edit – Frank Ockenfels: Volume 3 – A Photo EditorA Photo Editor Frank has been a friend of the blog for sometime now. Our first of eight posts with him was in 2009, we’re excited for Frank’s new book, Volume 3 published by teNeues.
Juxtapoz Magazine – Check Out Work From 150 Photographers in the Latest Issue of “Ain’t Bad” Our friends at Ain’t Bad, an independent publisher of new photographic art, are celebrating eight years with Issue No.14 featuring work from over 150 photographers. We’ve selected some of our favorite images in the gallery above. Take a look […]
Jonathan Higbee: Coincidences: New York By Chance | LENSCRATCH Being in the right place at the right time is an understatement for photographer Jonathan Higbee. His amazing collection of visual serendipity on the streets of New York City are masterful and certainly require a split-second recognition of crazy good juxtapositions. Anthology Editions has just released […]
Delving into the psyche of war photographers Feinstein’s Shooting War is a remarkable book that combines 18 essays, one each for some of the world’s pre-eminent conflict photographers, alongside a single, jarring photograph around which the text is built. The essays result from face-to-face interviews with the photojournalists, their relatives and close friends, and shine […]
Unseen Photographs Documenting the “Crass, Vulgar” Side of 1970s New York | AnOther Lost and Found, Bruce Gilden’s new photo book, comprises images the photographer took 45 years ago on the streets of New York, which he rediscovered last year by chance
Martin Parr Remembers His Early Works | AnOther A new book, Martin Parr: Early Work, looks back at the seminal photographer’s formative years. Here, he tells us more
40 years in the making, photographer’s book reveals the ‘boundaries that hover just beyond our sight’ – The Washington Post Harry Gruyaert’s photographs are gorgeous, complex tableaus meditating on the theatricality of life, whether that be in an immaculately colorful street scene or a calmly set out oceanscape. Or, sometimes, like in his new book, […]
The 2019 PhotoBook Awards Shortlist Aperture and Paris Photo are pleased to announce the shortlist for the 2019 PhotoBook Awards.
Omaha Sketchbook: 15 years of midwestern masculinity – British Journal of Photography Gregory Halpern’s new photobook centers on Omaha, Nebraska, presenting a timely meditation on America and masculinity
Photographers Who Bear Witness to War Pay a Steep Price In “Shooting War,” neuropsychiatrist Anthony Feinstein examines the impact of war, natural disasters, and other crises on the photographers who document them.
Craig McDean, Tim Walker, and More: Nine Stunning Photo Books to Buy Now | AnOther Nine of the most exciting photography books published this month, covering fashion, art, and documentary and featuring work by some of the medium’s most renowned names
Walter Keller: Beruf: Verleger. A Tribute – AMERICAN SUBURB X “So, when we consider respect in the medium, we can limit our discussion by looking at who is contributing to our world and who is not. Publishers by and large are the unsung heroes of the day”.
The Amazing Treasure Trove of Bill Cunningham – The New York Times Here comes a big new picture book, organized by decade and with more than 700 photographs.
Arles 2019 : 50 years, 50 books . Masterpieces from the Martin Parr Library Collaborative project between Les Rencontres, LUMA and Tate Modern, this project highlights 50 works published between 1969 and 2018. The selection reveals a rich panel of artists who have marked photography in many ways. Whether form or content, this sselection shows […]
Jason Lee: Oklahoma | LENSCRATCH Some months ago, I had the pleasure to be in conversation with photographer/actor Jason Lee at Arcana Books about his sold-out monograph, A Plain View. The book is a beautiful tribute to the genre of the Road Trip, his work reflects months on the road in Texas with his Graflex […]
Workshop Preview: Christian Patterson on the Art of Photo Book Making | PDNPulse On May 18-19, Patterson will share his bookmaking expertise in a workshop at Red Hook Labs in Brooklyn, NY. In anticipation of the workshop, PDN asked Patterson via email to share a few insights about creative photography bookmaking, building a photographic narrative, […]
Karl Ove Knausgaard on Stephen Gill’s Bird Images in “The Pillar” | The New Yorker The photographs in Stephen Gill’s “The Pillar” encounter birds on their own terms.
Juxtapoz Magazine – Pimps, Juggalos, and Much More in Nighted Life 13 Nighted has been turning out print issues of their trademark film photography publications for over seven years, focusing on things that happen below the surface of everyday life. Issue 13 of Nighted Life is no exception, taking readers from an annual gathering of pimps […]