Sal Taylor Kydd – Yesterday

Review by Douglas Stockdale • During a pandemic, during the worst of the chaos and angst, many of us must have found themselves reflecting on the past framed by the current moment. Sal Taylor Kydd in her latest poetic narrative, Yesterday, appears to pose an intriguing question, when might today start to resemble yesterday? This body of... Continue Reading →

Paula Riff: works on paper

Review by Wayne Swanson • Earlier this year, we lost a photographic artist with a truly unique vision when Paula Riff succumbed to cancer. Yet this diminutive Los Angeles artist with an outsized personality left us with a beautiful gift, finished just months before her death.  Paula Riff: works on paper, like the artist herself, is... Continue Reading →

PhotoBook Journal – Issue #10

Welcome to our Tenth Issue! • We have just entered a new decade that we are starting with a broad selection of photobooks this month, as well as an interview with photo-documentary photographer and film-maker Louie Palu, who is no stranger to creative book publications. We have selected a thoughtful combination of published and self-published photobooks that we... Continue Reading →

PhotoBook Journal – Issue #2

Martin Toft, Te Ahi Kā (2018) We have just passed by our second month as a magazine and launched Issue #2, which might also be considered a (newsletter-summary of what we have published this past month. As a subscriber, you get each book review hot off the press. As a new contemporary photobook magazine (yes, our... Continue Reading →

Young-hwan Choi – BABEL

Copyright 2014 Young-hwan Choi Photographer: Young-hwan Choi (born & resides in Seoul, South Korea) Self-Published (South Korea) Essays: Young-hwan Choi, Dong-sun Jin, Sang-yong Shim Text: Korean & English Stiffcover book with tipped in image, perfect binding, four-color lithography, printed by Photonet in South Korea Photobook designer: Photonet, South Korea Notes: Choi’s self-published photobook BABEL is a tall, thin collection... Continue Reading →

Daniel Alexander & Andrew Haslam – When War is Over

Copyright 2016 Daniel Alexander & Andrew Haslam Photographer: Daniel Alexander (born Edinburgh, Scotland, resides London, UK) Publisher: Dewi Lewis Publishing (UK) Essay: Daniel Alexander Text: English Hardcover book with embossed cover, inserts, multiple gatefolds, sewn binding, four-color lithography, printed in Italy Photobook designer: Daniel Alexander Notes: Towards the end of World War I in 1917, the United Kingdom made a decision... Continue Reading →

Ara Oshagan – Mirror

Copyright 2015 Ara Oshagan Photographer: Ara Oshagan (born Beirut, Lebanon, resides Glendale, CA, USA) Self-Published (USA) Essay by Ara Oshagan Music & Lyrics by Gor Mkhitarian Text: English & Armenian Hardcover exposed boards with tipped in image, sewn binding, four-color lithography, printed in China Photobook designer: Ara Oshagan & Varoujan Hovakimyan Notes: Ara Oshagan and his self-published... Continue Reading →

Kenneth O’Halloran – Bing, Bing, Bong, Bong, Bing, Bing, Bing

Copyright 2016 Kenneth O’Halloran  Photographer: Kenneth O’Halloran (born Corofin, Country Clare, resides Dublin, Ireland) Self-published (Ireland) Essay: Presidential Announcement speech, 2015 Text: English Hardcover book with printed belly-band, sewn binding, four-color lithography, edition of 500, printed by Mirex, Gdansk (Poland) Photobook designer: Mac & Ken Notes: This documentary style project occurred in Los Angles on Hollywood Boulevard in the summer... Continue Reading →

Terry Brown & Gordon Stettinius – Mangini Studio

Copyright 2014 Terry Brown & Gordon Stettinius Photographic collaborators: Terry Brown (resides Richmond, VA) & Gordon Stettinius (resides Richmond, VA) USA Publisher: Candela Books (Richmond, Virginia) Essays: Dr. Manuel Moore, Terry Brown, Gordon Stettinius Text: English Hardcover book, embossed and tipped-in image, sewn binding, four-color lithography, index, printed by Worth Higgins & Associates, Richmond, VA Photobook designer: Sarah... Continue Reading →

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