Photobooks Archive

2016 Paris Photo – Aperture Foundation Photobook Awards

The 5th Edition of the Paris Photo – Aperture Foundation Photobook Awards recipients are chosen from a shortlist of 35 publications in 3 categories … celebrating the book’s contribution to the evolving narrative of photography THE FIRST PHOTOBOOK AWARD (first finished, publicly available photobook) Winner: Michael Christopher Brown Book title: Libyan Sugar Publisher: Twin Palms […]

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Jack Latham : Sugar Paper Theories

The publication and launch of Sugar Paper Theories by Bar Tur Photobook Award winner Jack Latham took place at The Photographers’ Gallery on 6 September 2016 Jack Latham is the second winner of the Bar Tur Photobook Award, which offers an emerging photographer from the UK, who is either studying or has graduated from a […]

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Robert Frank : Film Works

Robert Frank Film Works is dedicated to the photographer and filmmaker’s film and video work over nearly four decades Published by Steidl and available for pre-order now, the boxed set contains the book Frank Films, the booklets Me & My Brother and Pull My Daisy, and eight DVDs (four in PAL format and four in […]

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Interview with Hans Eijkelboom

Dutch photographer Hans Eijkelboom turned to multicultural Birmingham’s Bull Ring shopping centre in 2013-2014 Commissioned by Multistory, Hans’ work takes the form of a series of moving images capturing the feeling of walking along the high street, and a book publication – The Street and Modern Life published by Dewi Lewis. Hans Eijkelboom’s photography in […]

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Dayanita Singh : Museum Bhavan

Dayanita Singh and her 2016 project called Museum Bhavan Indian artist Dayanita Singh discusses her new project, Museum Bhavan, to be published in late 2016. The photo book, itself the art object and exhibition, is the latest in her work to reiterate the alternative ways people can interact with photography, as well as a continuation […]

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Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards

Winners of the 2015 edition Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards Photography Catalogue of the Year: Images of Conviction: The Construction of Visual Evidence (LE BAL/Éditions Xavier Barral) First PhotoBook: You Haven’t Seen Their Faces by Daniel Mayrit (RIOT BOOKS) PhotoBook of the Year: Illustrated People by Thomas Mailaender (Archive of Modern Conflict/RVB Books) Jurors’ Special […]

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Andreas Oetker-Kast : Looking For Wonderland

A road trip through America and a new photobook by Andreas Oetker-Kast German photographer Andreas Oetker-Kast has specialised in documentary style and music photography since returning to Germany from the United States in 2003. His work has been exhibited internationally and published in books and catalogues. This video is a personal view of America to […]

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Thomas Roma : In The Vale Of Cashmere

Thomas Roma’s In The Vale Of Cashmere photo book is published alongside his 2015 exhibition of the same name in New York The book In the Vale of Cashmere will be published by powerHouse Books in conjunction with the exhibition which runs until December 23, 2015 at the Steven Kasher Gallery in New York City. […]

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DISCO : The Bill Bernstein Photographs

Bill Bernstein exhibition and new monograph pay tribute to New York’s disco scene Exhibition at Serena Morton Gallery, London, until January 23, 2016. American photographer Bill Bernstein began his career at The Village Voice and Elle Magazine where he shot portraits and documentary street photography. He also spent time shooting the frequenters of Studio 54 […]

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Bob Mazzer : Underground & Other Pictures

Bob Mazzer talks about the body of work that documents the changes over 40 years on London’s tube network and the people Bob Mazzer had his debut exhibition at London’s Howard Griffin Gallery in 2014, with a decades-long unseen collection that has now established the photographer as one of the 21st Century’s key documenters of […]

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Christopher Herwig : Soviet Bus Stops

New edition of Soviet Bus Stops Photo Book by photographer Christopher Herwig Herwig’s series garnered much international media attention, and the project has culminated in a deluxe, limited edition, hard cover photo book. The newest edition was published by Fuel in September 2015. Most alien of all are the radiant Gaudí knock-offs in the disputed […]

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Lewis Baltz : Works

Lewis Baltz — Works (with a commentary by Gerhard Steidl) from Steidl on Vimeo. Publisher Steidl reveals some details about the creation of Works (2010) – life’s work of the late landscape photographer Lewis Baltz Lewis Baltz helped to redefine American landscape photography in the early 1970s. He and other photographers including Stephen Shore and Robert […]

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