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The Table of Power, Vol. 2

Jacqueline Hassink and designer Irma Boom stopped by last week to show off the limited-edition version of The Table of Power, Volume 2 (hint, it has a wooden cover!), a continuation of Hassink’s 1995 project to map the ineffable structures of economic power. Wallpaper magazine did a nice piece on the project, including a fairly extensive gallery and an interview with the artist in which she talks about the questions and research that led to the amazingly informative and striking indexes and graphs contributed by the outstanding Irma Boom. Jacqueline Hassink and designer Irma Boom stopped by last week to…

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Photo / Gráfica: An exhibition of the Latin American Photobook

In 2007, a group of photographers, editors, and scholars met in Saõ Paolo to discuss the state of Latin American Photography. One result: a committee dedicated to the research of Latin American Photography in Print, led by the author of Fotografia Publica: Photography in Print 1919-1939, Horacio Fernandez. The second result, a fantastically researched book originated by Spanish-language publisher Editorial RM, copublished with French-publisher Images En Manoeuvres, Cosac Naify in Portugese, and Aperture for the English-language translation. In 2007, a group of photographers, editors, and scholars met in Saõ Paolo to discuss the state of Latin American Photography. Thirdly, tonight in…

Baby Steps into the Digi-verse

Hello from Paris, where I will soon be posting photos from the opening of the Latin American Photobook Exhibition at Le Bal. Thanks to everyone for your feedback regarding Zinio and our foray into a digital edition with Issue 001. Sadly, not everyone is in love with the viewing and reading options of the interface. Please be assured that are taking all of the comments into consideration as we design future issues: DRM, legibility, resolution — all of these are things we’re wrestling with as we try to extend our readership beyond those of you who are able to come…

The PhotoBook Review on Zinio

Hello! It’s been just under a week since we launched our digital edition on Zinio; thanks to everyone who has downloaded this first trial digi-version of the Review – and for those who have sent on feedback about the experience. For those of you who have downloaded the first issue via Zinio, thank you! First, it’s great to see that the demand for the print edition remains so strong. Unfortunately, we aren’t able to sell them at this time, but if that changes, our PBR mailing list will be the first to know! Second, for those of you who have…

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