Ralph Eugene Meatyard – Stages For Being

Review by Douglas Stockdale

The late Ralph Eugene (Gene) Meatyard, 1925 – 1972, was an optician whose personal artistic quest has had an extended impact on contemporary photography. 843 more words

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PhotoBook Journal - Issue #13

Welcome to our 13th Issue;

We continue our quarantine mode during the days of COVID-19. This month we have another diverse selection of photobooks, ranging from Australia conceptual landscapes, the genre of the nude, one painted and the other investigating athleticism, as well as two narratives on the concept of dust, WWII reimagined, and a conceptual contemplation of our extinction. 327 more words

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Jonathan Blaustein – Extinction Party

Review by Wayne Swanson •

Anyone who has put in time on the portfolio review circuit has probably encountered Jonathan Blaustein. He’s that rather intense reviewer with the moustache and goatee who is never at a loss for words, and always quick with a thumbs up or down on your work. 552 more words

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David Pace & Stephen Wirtz - Images in Transition

Review by Paul Anderson •

Images in Transition, Wirephotos 1938 – 1945 presents artistic interpretations of wartime wirephotos from the second world war. Wirephoto technology was used to transmit black and white photographs from the war-front back to media centers, in this case located in the United States. 587 more words

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Steve McCurry – Animals

Review by Gerhard Clausing

We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals. – Immanuel Kant •

Everyone photographs animals, but very few do it well. 524 more words

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Florian Schwarz – A Handful of Dust

Review by Wayne Swanson •

German photographer Florian Schwarz takes on the entire universe in his new book A Handful of Dust.

Schwarz spent four years traveling to observatories in some of the most remote places on Earth. 435 more words

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Joyce Fischer Rohrmoser – Rent a Foreigner

Review by Gerhard Clausing •

China, the country that mass-produces for the rest of the world, has also undergone many internal changes in the 21st century, and this project illuminates one such aspect: the upscale desires of China’s rising middle class. 555 more words

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