Tag: Masahisa Fukase

Best of 2018: Alnis Stakle, Riga Photomonth

Reading Time: 3 minutes Alnis Stakle, Latvian photographer, Professor of Photography at the Rigas Stradins University, and curator of Riga Photomonth, on his five stand-out projects of 2018, including a new project at the Museum of Kharkiv School of Photography which has already seen the publication of KOCHETOV by Viktor and Sergey Kochetov

25 December 2018

Shortlist announced for the Paris Photo/Aperture Foundation Photobook Awards

Reading Time: 13 minutes 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. 

31 October 2018

Arles 2017: Fiona Rogers' top five

Reading Time: 6 minutes Global business developer for Magnum Photos and founder of Firecracker, Fiona Rogers picks out her top five from the Arles festival and its fringe events – the group show Iran, Year 38; Looking for Lenin by Niels Ackermann; The Incurable Egoist by Masahisa Fukase; Life in Cities by Michael Wolf; and The Island of the Colorblind by Sanne De Wilde

26 July 2017

Photobook: new edition of Ravens by Masahisa Fukase

Reading Time: 4 minutes Back in 2010 BJP asked a panel of experts to select the best photobook of the past 25 years. They chose Ravens by Japanese photographer Masahisa Fukase – a dark, impressionistic journey by a man left bereft by divorce which has also been interpreted as an insight into the post-war Japanese psyche.

15 May 2017