PhotoBook Journal – Issue #18

Welcome to our 18th Issue •We are featuring a diverse selection of photobooks in this issue. We hope you find some creative inspiration and some books that you might want to add to your collection. With the Covid-19 pandemic still unabated here in the US and looming in other countries, there are many artists, photographers, galleries, indie bookstores... Continue Reading →

Paul Hart – Reclaimed

Review by Douglas Stockdale • On the eastern side of England was a vast marshland, a region known as the Fens, which was eventually conquered by a combination of technology and determined English will. Once properly drained, it became an abundantly fertile farmland - England’s extensive vegetable garden. This flat lowland does not easily endear... Continue Reading →

Paul Hart – Drained

Review by Douglas Stockdale • This photographic book is the second of his three-part series, the first being Farmed, published by Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2016.  Paul Hart investigates the English Fens, a region of reclaimed marshland in Eastern England. It is a very flat lowlands that appears strikingly similar to the lowlands of The Netherlands,... Continue Reading →

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