The PhotoBook Review is now part of Aperture magazine

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The PhotoBook Review in the Winter 2023 issue of Aperture features a look inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s research library, a review of CCA’s recently opened exhibition The Lives of Documents—Photography as Project, and reviews of photobooks by Oliver Frank Chanarin, Lynne Cohen, Marina Gadonneix, Sofia Coppola, and Corita Kent, plus The Art Institute of Chicago Field Guide to Photography and Media.

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Table Of Contents

Features and Columns

A Space for Everyone

How does the Metropolitan Museum of Art bring its vast book collection to life?

Russet Lederman in conversation with Jared Ash

 

The Lives of Documents

A recent exhibition considers how publications can inform and inflect the creative process.

Sara Knelman

Features and Columns

Reviews

Oliver Frank Chanarin, A Perfect Sentence (Loose Joints, 2023)
Noa Lin

 

Lynne Cohen: Observatories and Marina Gadonneix: Laboratories (Atelier EXB, 2023)
Lesley A. Martin

 

Sofia Coppola: Archive (MACK, 2023)
Michael Famighetti

 

The Art Institute of Chicago Field Guide to Photography and Media (Yale University Press, 2023)
Varun Nayar

 

Ordinary Things Will Be Signs for Us: Photographs by Corita (J&L Books and Magic Hour Press, 2023)
Brendan Embser


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