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Aapo Huhta - Omatandangole

Review by Madhu John •

The Ballad of Omantandangole: Aapo Huhta’s song begins with an astonishing image: a cascading mountain in the foreground, a hazy sky and not one, but two suns. 686 more words

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Hiroshi Sugimoto – Hiroshi Sugimoto: Architecture

Review by Wayne Swanson 

Here’s an idea that would seem destined for the “What were you thinking?” trash bin: Take the trusty 8 x 10-inch view camera that has earned you international acclaim for the richness and depth of your imagery, and set it so everything is out of focus — way out of focus. 485 more words

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PhotoBook Journal – Issue #8

Welcome to our Eighth Issue! •

Here in the States we just celebrated our Thanksgiving Holiday this last weekend, which in addition to the annual tradition of eating too much (or is that my tradition?), it’s a time to give Thanks. 366 more words

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An ICP Photo and Bookmaking Course - Photographing New York: The Lower East Side

by Brian Rose •


For several years I have been teaching a course at the International Center of Photography (ICP) that combines making pictures and bookmaking. 934 more words

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Sohrab Hura – The Coast

Review by Gerhard Clausing •

Our current time is marked by an increasing blurring between reality and fantasy, and also by a greater prevalence of verbal, physical, and sexual violence, and so this photobook is right on target. 508 more words

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2019 Paris Photo – Polycopies – Offprint

Guest Editorial & photography (copyright 2019) by Christine Riedell •

After a whirlwind attendance at Paris Photo 2019, and the auxiliary photo book exhibitions, Polycopies and Offprint, all in Paris from November 6, 2019 through November 8, 2019, I came away with a much-energized knowledge of the state of photo books for 2019. 607 more words

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Allison Stewart – Bug Out Bag: The Commodification of American Fear

Review by Gerhard Clausing •

We find ourselves in a time of greater uncertainty. Thus our anxieties and fears are also greater, and we expect disasters – sudden catastrophes that can come about naturally, accidentally or by intent. 516 more words

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