Welcome to our 19th Issue •
We have a another broad selection of photobook reviews this past month for your continuing consideration; social commentaries, urban landscape studies, environmental call to action and narratives about life, while we also found ourselves going to the dogs this month.
Meanwhile, the Covid-19 pandemic is getting worse and we hope for a new American administration that will actually address this critical health issue. For all Americans; please vote!
Please stay healthy and safe.
Editor & Publisher
Book Reviews in October:
Dotan Saguy – Nowhere to Go But Everywhere
During these past few months of the pandemic, haven’t we each found ourselves staring out windows, looking… (more)
Satoshi Hirano – Reconstruction. Shibuya, 2014–2018
Satoshi Hirano’s Reconstruction documents the large-scale redevelopment of Tokyo’s Shibuya station. Reconstruction… (more)
Erica Ann Flood – All The Days of Your Life
In her self-published book, All The Days of Your Life, Erica Ann Flood… (more)
Karola Jansen – Un Natural Species
Ubiquitous. The use of plastic is everywhere and has become a classic double-edged sword. Its properties… (more)
Dyba Lach and Adam Lach – How to Rejuvenate an Eagle
Poland is a country that has been subjected to tumultuous ups and downs for… (more)
“Landfall” is a term to describe an approach to or a sighting of land that signals an arrival at one’s destination… (more)
Nancy Baron – Palm Springs Modern Dogs at Home
As the title makes abundantly clear, this is a book about dogs. Purebred, rescues… (more)
I visited Albania in 2009. Until opening – slowly — to Western tourism in the mid-1990s, Albania had been… (more)
Sometimes a photobook can really get to you, with a narrative that is quite real. At the same time, while it may… (more)
Lukasz Rusznica – Subterranean River
What might occur when one decides to investigate something very foreign that is additionally complicated… (more)
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