The Best Photobooks of 2018 | Time

The Best Photobooks of 2018 | Time As an antidote to your unyielding Instagram feed, consider the photobook. In 2018, the form continued to be the most intimate way for photographers to fulfill and share their work. Here, TIME’s photography staff has selected the 25 we loved most this year.

The Best Photo Books of 2018 – The New York Times

The Best Photo Books of 2018 – The New York Times I think about my “year-end” list of photo books all through the year, poring over publishers’ catalogs. I’m sent many books and buy many others. I sift through hundreds of volumes. Each book is finally chosen on its own merits. This is not a […]

Winners of 2018 Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards Announced | PDNPulse

Winners of 2018 Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards Announced | PDNPulse The three winners of the 2018 Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards were announced on Friday in Paris. Laia Abril won Photobook of the Year for On Abortion, her visual chronicle of how access to abortion has affected women’s lives both historically and in contemporary […]

How to Photograph Eternity – The New York Times

How to Photograph Eternity – The New York Times There’s something not quite right about the photographs in Chris Dorley-Brown’s book “The Corners” (published by Hoxton Mini Press). The scenes are ordinary enough — intersections in East London with people going about their normal business — but there’s a tranced stillness about them: a feeling […]

This Graphic Novel is About the Crime Photographer Weegee

This Graphic Novel is About the Crime Photographer Weegee Weegee, the pseudonym of Arthur (Usher) Fellig, was a press photographer in New York City who’s best known for his gritty photos of urban life, death, accidents, and crime in the 1930s and 1940s. His life and work is now being shared in the form of […]

A Brief Visual History of ISIS by Magnum Photos | Time

A Brief Visual History of ISIS by Magnum Photos | Time ISIS, that much feared, reviled, celebrated, media-savvy and somewhat phantasmagoric entity, “promotes itself much less through a coherent ideology than via the equivalent of an aggregated, gigantic snuff-selfie,” writes Peter Harling in A Brief Visual History in the Time of ISIS, the first issue […]

Brassai: The ‘Eye of Paris’ – The New York Times

Brassai: The ‘Eye of Paris’ – The New York Times That sentiment and others cited in “Brassai,” a book recently released by Spain’s Fundación Mapfre, were most likely colored by Brassaï’s retrospective regret for not returning to painting. His legacy would come from his peregrinations outside the studio.

Interview with Joel Meyerowitz: Where I Find Myself | LENSCRATCH

Interview with Joel Meyerowitz: Where I Find Myself | LENSCRATCH “Joel Meyerowitz: Where I Find Myself, published by Laurence King in March 2018 is the first major single book retrospective of one of the world’s most influential photographers, Joel Meyerowitz. This timely new book, published to coincide with the photographer’s 80th birthday, spans Meyerowitz’s whole […]