Suzuki’s latest book is titled Sokohi: a Japanese word used to describe visual impairment that translates as ‘shadow at the bottom’
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Through the work of Jess T Dugan, Paul Guilmoth and Deanna Dikeman, the precariousness of life is unpacked
Massao Mascaro’s Sub Sole is ambitious in its far-reaching subject matter, weaving together narratives around “European culture, mythologies, southern Europe, and migration”
Dikeman’s latest photobook illustrates 27 years of family
The Japanese photographer’s latest work revisits formative themes, gently reminding us to appreciate the familiar
In January 2019, Suda agreed to work on a new photobook, but his death two months later halted plans. Still, the publisher kept its promise, and now, a selection of unseen images are presented in his first posthumous publication
Since founding their publishing house in 2014, Cécile Poimboeuf-Koizumi and Vasantha Yogananthan have worked with global artists to produce carefully curated and designed “book-objects”. Here, they select their favourite photobooks of the year
Claudine Doury’s latest photobook, Amour, is a love story. The photographer shot the images that…
Laia Abril, Nina Berman, Sohrab Hura, and Carmen Winant are all in the running for the prestigious Paris Photo/Aperture Foundation Photobook of the Year Award, which will be announced on 09 November at Paris Photo.
In total ten books have been shortlisted for the award; in addition, 20 books have been shortlisted for the First Photobook, and five for the Photography Catalogue of the Year. All the shortlisted books will go on show at Paris Photo and at the Aperture Foundation in New York, then tour to various venues across Europe, as well as being featured in the Autumn 2018 issue of The Photobook Review. In addition the Photobook of the Year winner will receive $10,000.