Recent Book Reviews
2016 Photobooks of the Year, Part II: 32 Personal Favorites
A wide-ranging group of experts from around the world share their personal favorite photobooks from 2016—discover something inspiring for the new year!
The Train, NYC 1984
Analog photographs from 1980s New York capture the diversity, isolation and inimitable mood of the city’s underground world.
Critically Acclaimed: Experts’ Top 14 Photobooks of 2016
In another banner year for photobook publishing, here are 14 remarkable publications that were selected by a wide-ranging group of photography experts from around the world.
MATTER / BURN OUT
An elegant new abstract book from Japan — cinematic in look and feel, and an experimental wordless meditation on materiality, art, random beauty and impermanence.
PTSD: Only the Sky Remains Untouched
Intimate black-and-white portraits of Dutch soldiers who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder after serving UN peace-keeping missions.
Where Children Sleep
Our childhood bedrooms are central to defining who we are. This new book—consisting of 56 diptychs from around the world—shows us the stark inequalities but also deep universals shared by children in every corner of the globe.