PhotoBook Journal – Issue #29

Welcome to our 29th Issue •

We are hoping you are enjoying the end of summer holidays and vacations. We are continuing our book sale fundraiser and we really appreciate your responses with book purchases and donations. These make a difference and keep us going. Thank you!

I had expected to provide a detailed shout out about my Creative Photo Book Workshop with Southeast Center for Photography (SEC4P) in November, but I am honored to state that it’s now Sold Out with a waiting list started. Meanwhile, a similar book development workshop with Medium Photo has had to be rescheduled for March 2022. Let me know if you would like information about either of these two workshops.

Douglas Stockdale
Senior Editor


Books featured in August 2021:

Sally Davies – New Yorkers

No matter your age or era, if you’ve ever lived in “the City” or wished that you did, this timely book of environmental … (more)


Massimo Nolletti and HX – Sea Change

This artist book is an unusual visual collaboration. Moving between these two stylistic renditions creates an… (more)


Catherine Opie

An opportunity to examine, study and admire her personal engagement with photography in one volume… (more)


Henri Cartier-Bresson – Paris Revisited

A retrospective monograph of the late Henri Cartier-Bresson focusing on his photographic oeuvre based on his time in Paris… (more)


Karen Halverson – Mulholland

It starts a ways up Pacific Coast Highway from Malibu and ends 50 miles to the east, a bit past the HOLLYWOOD sign… (more)


Regina Anzenberger – Gstettn

A brilliant solution in the creation of a multitude of books in which each book focuses on a component of the larger… (more)


Natalie Christensen – 007

She has been producing a series of sparse and minimalist images of her new home in New Mexico and immediately found… (more)


Gary Green – The River is Moving/The Blackbird Must be Flying

Presented us, with (what seems to be) truly a meditation on a single point of nature in various incarnations and… (more)


Abbey Hepner – The Light at the End of History: Reacting to Nuclear Impact

In these pandemic times we are certainly being reminded that things we cannot see, such as viruses, can hurt us badly… (more)


Articles & photographs published on PhotoBook Journal may not be reproduced without the permission of the PhotoBook Journal staff and the photographer(s).

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