Photobook Review - Issue Contents


The second issue of The PhotoBook Review includes:



The inaugural issue of The PhotoBook Review includes:

        • Publisher’s Note
        • Editor’s Note: Welcome to The PhotoBook Review by Jeffrey Ladd
        • “Reading”the Photobook by Gerry Badger
        • Introduction to THE PARIS PHOTO BOOK PRIZE 2011 by Julien Frydman
        • Book nominations by Harper Levine; Markus Schaden; Satoshi Machiguchi; Hisako Motoo; Antoine de Beaupré
        • IMAGE AND TEXT: Barbara Brändli by Horacio Fernández
        • PUBLISHER PROFILE: Xavier Barral by Darius Himes
        • DESIGNER PROFILE: Sybren Kuiper by Jeffrey Ladd
        • XML Alec Soth in conversation with John Gossage and Raymond Meeks
        • CENTERFOLD by Jeffrey Ladd
        • The Photobook as Readymade, by Charlotte Cotton and Joachim Schmid
        • ABOUT PROCESS: The Maquette: Jim Goldberg and Philip Brookman in conversation with Jeffrey Ladd
        • FIRST BOOK: Bad Weather by Martin Parr
        • UNCHARTED TERRITORIES: The Great Hall of the People by Ruben Lundgren
        • Bestsellers from Artbook | DAP; Dashwood Books;; Buchhandlung Walther König
        • REVIEWS:
          • Tim Davis on Guido Guidi
          • Jacqueline Hassink on Andrea Stultiens
          • Jason Evans on Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs
          • Philip Gefter on Katy Grannan
          • David Campany on William E. Jones
          • Sebastian Arthur Hau on Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine
          • Jason Fulford on Shannon Ebner
          • Lyle Rexer on Wolfgang Tillmans
          • Jeffrey Ladd on Ricardo Cases
          • Sean Corcoran on Keizo Kitajima
          • Gerry Badger on Sébastien Girard
          • Andrew Phelps on Henk Wildschut

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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