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PhotoBook Awards – Latest Arrivals Volume 2

The entry period has just reached its halfway point. Take a moment to size up the second wave of PhotoBook Award contenders.

PhotoBook Awards – Latest Arrivals Volume 1

The first Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards submissions have arrived in New York. Take a look.

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Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards 2012

In November 2011, the PhotoBook Review was pleased to be the vehicle for announcing the shortlist for the inaugural Paris Photo prize—a look back at the best photobook from the last fifteen years (for those of you who missed it, the winner was Paul Graham’s A Shimmer of Possibility).  In 2012, Paris Photo and Aperture Foundation have formalized a newPhotoBook Award with two prize categories: First PhotoBook and PhotoBook of the Year —  both prizes aimed at celebrating the photobook’s contribution to the evolving narrative of photography. In November 2011, the PhotoBook Review was pleased to be the vehicle for announcing the shortlist for the inaugural Paris Photo prize—a look back…

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Digital Edition of PBR 002 Now Available!

The PhotoBook Review 002 is now available on Zinio for $1.99. This time, we reformatted the design for better reading via the iPad and on-line … would love to hear if this treatment is a better reading experience for you. The PhotoBook Review 002 is now available on Zinio for $1.99. If you’re still firmly a believer in the printed object (don’t worry, we know how you feel) and don’t want to miss out on future issues,  they are still on hand at the Aperture gallery … and don’t forget that subscribers to Aperture magazine will receive PBR along with their November and May issues! Subscribe now in preparation for PBR 003…

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Issue 002 launches in Europe …

Issue 002 Editor of Markus Schaden sends us his snaps of The PhotoBook Review lounging at the Kassel Fotobook Festival, Paris Edition. This issues features text contributions by festival co-founders Dieter Neubert and  Thomas Weigand, French bloggers Marc Feustel, Remí Coignet and Laurence Vecten, editors and curators Susan Bright, Gerry Badger, Tate Shaw of the Visual Studies Workshop, Alan Rapp, Darius Himes, James Crump, Ivan Vartanian, Thomas Seelig from Fotomuseum Wintherthur, Ramón Reverté, Paul Moakley, FOAM’s Marcel Feil, Tamara Berghmans from the FotoMuseum Antwerp, Aperture’s own Denise Wolff, and photographers Ken Schles, Christian Patterson, Joachim Brohm, Machiel Botman, and Danny…

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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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