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PhotoBook Awards 2013: New Arrivals Vol. 1

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From Sensible Heat. Photographs by Jürgen Schmidt.

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From Sensible Heat. Photographs by Jürgen Schmidt.

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From Sensible Heat. Photographs by Jürgen Schmidt.

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From Feminist. Photographs by Catrine Val.

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From Feminist. Photographs by Catrine Val.

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From Feminist. Photographs by Catrine Val.

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From Feminist. Photographs by Catrine Val.

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From Odes. Photographs by Taca Sui.

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From Odes. Photographs by Taca Sui.

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From Odes. Photographs by Taca Sui.

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From I Don't Warna Grow Up. Photgraphs by Sean Vegezzi.

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From I Don't Warna Grow Up. Photgraphs by Sean Vegezzi.

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From I Don't Warna Grow Up. Photgraphs by Sean Vegezzi.

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From Selections from the Joint Photographic Survey. Edited by Adam C. Ryder.

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From Selections from the Joint Photographic Survey. Edited by Adam C. Ryder.

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From Selections from the Joint Photographic Survey. Edited by Adam C. Ryder.

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From Dew Dew, Dew Its. Book by Hiro Tanaka.

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From Dew Dew, Dew Its. Book by Hiro Tanaka.

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From Dew Dew, Dew Its. Book by Hiro Tanaka.

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From Ubatama. Book by Hayata Daisuke.

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From Ubatama. Book by Hayata Daisuke.

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From Ubatama. Book by Hayata Daisuke.

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From Salaryman Project. Photographs by Bruno Quinquet.

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From Salaryman Project. Photographs by Bruno Quinquet.

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From Salaryman Project. Photographs by Bruno Quinquet.

You can enter the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards now through September 13, 2013. Dozens of submissions have already arrived in our New York office. Here, we highlight a selection of the latest arrivals in the First PhotoBook category.

Stay tuned for more images the latest arrivals in the news section of the PhotoBook Awards site and on Instagram (@aperturenyc).

Visit the prize site for FAQ and full entry details.

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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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