Aline Smithson – Los Angeles

Review by Douglas Stockdale • 

The Kris Graves Projects Lost series (currently Lost II, set of 20 books with slipcase) are regional investigations each by a photographer who calls it home; the book series is complementary and expanded on by the broader collective; how do you define a region (place), what does it really tell a reader about the cultural values? 438 more words

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Eamonn Doyle – Made in Dublin

Review by Gerhard Clausing •

This photobook is a delightful symphony, a cinematic kaleidoscope, and all of that to present a dynamic portrait of a city. 543 more words

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PhotoBook Journal - Issue #2

Martin Toft, Te Ahi Kā (2018)

We have just passed by our second month as a magazine and launched Issue #2, which might also be considered a (newsletter-summary of what we have published this past month. 277 more words

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Martin Toft – Te Ahi Kā

Review by Wayne Swanson •

“. . . we went up to Mangapapapa to establish a place of wānanga for the river and it’s many connections through whakapapa.” 764 more words

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Julia Borissova – Nautilus

Review by Douglas Stockdale •

What is a museum? One brief definition is offered by Wikipedia; an institution that cares for a collection of artifacts and other objects of artistic, cultural, historical, or scientific importance. 624 more words

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Pixy Liao – Experimental Relationship Vol.1 (2007–2017)

Review by Gerhard Clausing •

This photobook was more than ten years in the making, and it is an engrossing experience for the viewers as well. 641 more words

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Brian Rose – Atlantic City

Review by Melanie Chapman •

As a college student in the early 1980s, I had my first opportunity to visit the beachfront area of Atlantic City, the coastal town in New Jersey that inspired the board game MONOPOLY. 1,035 more words

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