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Philip Gefter speaks with Museum of Modern Art’s new chief curator of photography, Quentin Bajac.
Brian Dillon considers the diverse, eccentric collection of photography at London’s Archive of Modern Conflict.
In memory of painter and photographer Saul Leiter, Aperture republishes Eric Banks’s article about his visit with Leiter in his East Village studio.
Isabel Stevens reviews Still: American Silent Motion Picture Photography, David S. Shields’s survey of American photography from cinema’s silent era.
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center hosts a visiting artist lecture with Mary Ellen Mark.
The New York Times Lens blog features Lyon’s bucolic wallpaper scenes.
AIGA and Design Observer celebrate the best book design in America.
Celebrating the US launch of A Moment. Master Photographers: Portraits by Michael Somoroff.
Congratulations to An-My Lê and Uta Barth, MacArthur Fellowship recipients.
Be the first to own a copy of Life’s a Beach, Martin Parr’s new deluxe limited-edition photobook.
A brief summary in images and tweets.
Pick up your issue of The Photobook Review 003 to see each of this year’s shortlisted titles in detail.
A video preview for Issue 003 of The PhotoBook Review, which launches tomorrow.
A summary in images, notes, and tweets.
The curator Britt Salvesen speaks about her background and her new job at LACMA with Sabine Mirlesse.
A look at the production of The PhotoBook Review. Issue 003. Copies available this weekend.
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