RIP Hannes

If you start looking into the world of the photobook you will encounter a large number of passionate people. In that group there are a few that stand out for even more, people who live and breathe photobooks, people who won’t tire of making them…

The Genius of Gordon Parks

What do we talk about when we talk about photography?

Photobook Reviews W25/2017

Photobook Reviews W24/2017

Do we really need competitions, awards, and prizes?

This Is Not My Book

Photobook Reviews: W21/2017

Werkstatt für Photographie 1976-1986

Richard Mosse’s Incoming

A Second Look: Sophie Calle’s Suite vénitienne

Book Reviews W17/2017

A Conversation with Margo Ovcharenko

Photobook Reviews W15 2017

A Second Look: Chauncey Hare’s Interior America

The Photobook as Object

American Destiny?

A Conversation with Dragana Jurisic

A Conversation with Gábor Arion Kudász

A Conversation with Peter van Agtmael

A Conversation with Peter Puklus

A Conversation with Andrejs Strokins

Mimi Mollica’s Terra Nostra

How and why photographs matter

A Conversation with Katrin Koenning

Kicking the Can of Complicity Down the Road

Photobook Reviews W01/02 2017

Peter Puklus’ History Lesson

CPC 2016: The Winners

Photobook Reviews W49/2016

Photobook Reviews W48/2016

Another Photo World is Possible

Now What?

Ideas and Intent, Form and Content

Berenice Abbott – Paris Portraits 1925-1930

Reminder: Conscientious Portfolio Competition 2016

Andreas Trogisch – Vineta

Understanding Photobooks

Photography and Exploration

Dietrich, Riefenstahl, Arbus

Conscientious Portfolio Competition 2016

The Facebook Problem

Photography and Ideology

A Spectacle and Nothing Strange (plus a few thoughts about photobook design)

ZZYZX

Photobook Reviews (W33/2016)

Harvey Benge – The Traveller

Judging a dummy award…

Photobook Reviews (W28/2016)

Photography in the Real World

Photojournalism and Manipulation

Don’t complain about problems, solve them!

(Photo) Book Reviews (W23/24 2016)

Provoke

Into the Forest (part 2)

Into the Forest (part 1)

Photography and Narrative (part 2)

Photography and Narrative (part 1)

Photobook Reviews (Week 17/2016)

Why does it always have to be about something?

Photobook Reviews (Week 15/2016)