家族 – A Fragmented Response to Masahisa Fukase’s Family

I can’t look at 家族 (kazoku – family) without my ideas of family in mind, in particular my tortured relationship to some of its members. To pretend that I could look at these photographs of a father-son relationship without any of that weight would be…

The Photobook as Political Art

Waffenruhe

Picturesque Poverty: Contemporary Photography’s Ugly Game

Merrie Albion

Success in Photography

Book Reviews W16/2018

Anne Morgenstern’s Reinheit

The Drake Equation

Traces

Anastasiia

Whispering Hope

Gold and Silver

Towards a Photobook Taxonomy

Photobook Reviews W08/2018

Ballenesque

The Archives

Photobook Reviews W05/2018

A Conversation with Laia Abril

Pictures and Text, Text and Pictures

The Danger of Trends

Photobook Reviews W01/2018

Dear Japanese / The Restoration Will

The Japanese Photobook 1912-1990

Photobook Reviews W49/2017

Photobook Reviews W48/2017

Reading Raymond Carver

Annie Leibovitz’s Capitalist Realism

Views of Japan

Taking Up Moholy-Nagy’s Mantle

Photobook Reviews W43/2017

The Island of the Colorblind

Withdrawn

A Conversation with Rafał Milach

Fundraiser 2017

Transgressive Photography

Imperfectly Known Animals

Photobook Reviews W36/2017

The Forms and Functions of Photobooks (5)

The Forms and Functions of Photobooks (4)

The Forms and Functions of Photobooks (3)

The Forms and Functions of Photobooks (2)

The Forms and Functions of Photobooks (1)

The Great Nadar

Photobook Phenomenon

Generation Wealth

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