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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…

About Criticism

Photobook Reviews (W13/2016)

A Renewed Case for Blogging

Mayumi Suzuki and the Tsunami’s Aftermath

Photobook Reviews (W10/2016)

A Conversation with Alvaro Deprit

A Conversation with M. Scott Brauer

Photobook Reviews (W07/2016)

A Conversation with Francesco Merlini

A Conversation with Jonas Feige

A Conversation with David Fathi

Photobook Reviews W03/16

Indexicality vs. Interpretation

Photobook Reviews W01/2016

CPC 2015: The Winners

My favourite photobooks in 2015 (and more)

When pictures look like pictures made to look like pictures

What Would Laszlo Moholy-Nagy Do?

J.W. Fisher + J.T. Leonard: Landmark

The Sauerkraut Files (1)

The Encyclopedia of Kurt Caviezel

Photobook Reviews (W45/2015)

Reminder: Conscientious Portfolio Competition 2015

Paul Graham and the Whales

Photobook Reviews (W42/2015)

On Cliches

Unseen 2015

Conscientious Portfolio Competition 2015

Photobook Reviews (W37/2015)

Photobook Reviews (W36/2015)

The Gestures of Photography

Matthew Porter’s Archipelago

The Conversation of Photography

Photobook Reviews (W31-32/2015)

Photobook Reviews (W30/2015)

Photography and Criticism

Marie-José Jongerius: Edges of the Experiment

The Question of Audience

Conscientious Fundraiser 2015

Anne Morgenstern: Land ohne Mitte

Incredibly Cheap Photobooks

Sally Mann: Hold Still

Photobook Reviews (W21/2015)

A Game of Expectations

Photobook Reviews (W20/2015)

Photobook Reviews (W19/2015)

The Dead Sea

Photobook Reviews (W17/2015)

Roger Ballen: Outland

Georgiou Street View

Felipe Russo’s Centro: Seeing a City Through Its Patina

Ken Schles: Invisible City/Night Walk

A Conversation with Melissa Catanese

A Conversation with Katrien de Blauwer

Photobook Reviews (W10/2015)

A Conversation with Lucy Levene

Photobook Reviews (W08/2015)

A Conversation with Kentaro Takahashi

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