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PhotoBook Awards 2013: New Arrivals Vol. 2

Highlighting a selection of the latest arrivals in the PhotoBook of the Year category.

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PhotoBook Awards 2013: New Arrivals Vol. 1

Highlighting a selection of the latest arrivals in the First PhotoBook category.

David Galjaard, from the series Concresco

David Galjaard, Cristina de Middel at PhotoIreland 2013

Concresco and The Afronauts will be on view in Dublin, July 14–August 2, 2013, as part of PhotoIreland Festival 2013.

Colin Greenwood on Cuny Janssen, Yoshino

Cuny Janssen Yoshino Snoeck Verlagesgesellschaft mbH Cologne, Germany, 2013 Designed by -SYB- 18 ¼ x 13 ¾ in. (46.3 x 34.8 cm) 54 pages 19 color photographs Hardcover snoeck.de Cuny Janssen’s photographs of the sacred and beautiful Japanese mountain of Yoshino make you feel like you’re there. Her camera directs your eye to the blossoms and branches, streams and forest floors. In one image you float, ghost-like, above the other tourists. She invites us
to imagine we are sharing these views with the ancient writers whose texts are interspersed between Janssen’s images. In combination with the texts, Janssen’s photographs become an…

Publisher’s Note

Dear PhotoBook Review Readers, We’re delighted to bring you the fourth issue of The PhotoBook Review. Many thanks for your continued interest if you are joining us again—and if this is your first time to pick up an issue of PBR, cheers and welcome. The PhotoBook Review 004 launches at the Los Angeles edition of Paris Photo, and is available once again to Aperture magazine subscribers, at the Aperture gallery, and at the Milan Image Art Fair, extending our audience to the west coast and across the Atlantic. In addition to launching this issue together at the Paramount Studios, Paris…

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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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