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Americans were supposed to break free of the class system. But, in Lauren Greenfield's chronicle of American wealth, the desire for status is insatiable.
In Ayesha Malik's new photobook, a California-style suburb in the heart of oil country.
In still lifes and portraits, Casper Sejersen reinterprets the script of Nymphomaniac.
Mohamed Bourouissa explores how a neighborhood on the verge of gentrification etches out marks of distinction.
Americans were supposed to break free of the class system. But, in Lauren Greenfield’s chronicle of American wealth, the desire for status is insatiable.
In Ayesha Malik’s new photobook, a California-style suburb in the heart of oil country.
Hear from past PhotoBook Awards winners and shortlisted artists on the ins and outs of book making.
Five reflections on the relationship between photography, citizenship, and the law.
What does photography look like in 2017? Emilia van Lynden of Unseen discusses how photography can be inclusive, flexible, and fun.
MoMA’s first fashion exhibition in seventy years is all about icons, accessories, and objects of desire.
How comic books illustrated with photographs became a great popular art form.
In an unusual photobook, images move like the rhythm of free jazz.
How does the designer of the sold-out Provoke catalogue conceive of new photobooks?
The conceptual artist chooses ten of Shore’s little-known photographs that each have a voice of their own.
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