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- A leading expert in the field shares her thoughts on the “golden age” of photobooks and offers advice to aspiring authors.
- The list of contenders for the Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation Photobook Awards 2016 runs the gamut from weighty odes to the medium to innovative, idiosyncratic and (at times) playful reflections on the art of photography. Read one of our editor’s thoughts on the most deserving candidates.
- Aperture magazine’s editor Michael Famighetti takes us behind a recent issue and also offers advice for up-and-coming photographers: “Be curious and read up on the history of photography. In short: what’s informing how you look at the world?”
- The photobook was front and center once again at this year’s Paris Photo—these four books came out with top honors. Left: Imaginary Club © Oliver Sieber
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