Editor’s Note

Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa My bookshelves are a repository that’s both retrospective and forward-looking. They represent numerous journeys I’ve already taken and hope to repeat, as well as others as yet unfamiliar, which I plan to make at some undetermined point in the future. My bookshelves are emblematic of my optimism about the future, in that they imagine one in which I might have more time on my hands. But they are also inherently social, in that the objects they collect are intended to be shared, pored over, passed around, debated, and discussed in the presence of countless others. Wright Morris wrote…

2015 Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation Photobook Awards Shortlist Exhibition on view at Scotiabank CONTACT Festival

The fourth annual Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards shortlist is on view through May 28, 2016


The PhotoBook Review’s Publisher Profile

Willem Van Zoetendaal selected five books from his collection that, together, as told to Arjen Ribbens, tell the story of his publishing house.


The PhotoBook Review: Photobooks After 3/11

The destruction the Great Tohoku Earthquake and tsunami waves created have profoundly impacted the way art is both made and received in Japan.


The PhotoBook Review: Collecting the Japanese Photobook, Part Two

A conversation with Manfred Heiting from The PhotoBook Review 008.


The PhotoBook Review is a publication dedicated to the consideration of the photobook—focusing on the best photography books being published, from the coffee-table book to the handmade artist’s edition, and on creating a better understanding of the ecosystem of the photobook as a whole.

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