Springs and Wells

Between 1897 and 1903, James Reuel Smith traversed Manhattan and the Bronx to documents its disappearing springs and wells. His documentation included taking photographs and ample notes, the latter of which often extended beyond mere descriptions of the sources of water. For example, part of…

Ute Mahler – Zusammenleben

Review: Pandora’s Camera by Joan Fontcuberta

On Process (Further Down the Rabbit Hole)

Photobook Reviews (Week 33/2014)

The fight over photographs

Jim Goldberg: Rich and Poor

Photobook Reviews (Week 31/2014)

Cortona on the Move 2014

Forms and Functions of Photobooks (Part 2)

Forms and Functions of Photobooks (Part 1)

Photobook Reviews (Week 28/2014)

Summertime Housekeeping

Photography Today

Photobook Reviews (Week 25/2014)

My Daily Struggle

The Trials and Tribulations of Making or Facing Photographs of War

Review: Stump by Christopher Anderson

Acacia Johnson’s Origins

Review: The pictures included in this envelope by Andrea Ferrari

Michael Schmidt 1945-2014

Review: We Shall by Paul D’Amato

Into the Light: Khalik Allah

Photobook Reviews (Week 20/2014)

Review: The Seventh Dog by Danny Lyon

Review: Unfamiliar Streets by Katherine A. Bussard

Review: Cristina de Middel’s Party. Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-Tung

How to write about your photographs

Review: The Third Day by Henrik Spohler

Peter van Agtmael’s Disco Night Sept 11

Review: Memory of Trees by Kathryn Cook

A Conversation with Bahar Habibi

What is a Photograph?

The Photobook: A History Volume III by Martin Parr and Gerry Badger

Review: Going Home by Muge

The Most Beautiful City in the World seen by Marco Lachi and Olufemi Terry

Photobook Reviews (Week 11/2014)

Jens Klein’s Walking the Dog

Review: The Beauty of Serious Work by Andreas Meichsner

Juan Aballe’s Country Fictions

Review: Emile Hyperion Dubuisson’s Far

The New Pictorialism

Philip-Lorca diCorcia: Hustlers

Review: Beautiful by Loredana Nemes

A Conversation with Josh Quigley

Review: An Atlas of War and Tourism in the Caucasus by the Sochi Project

A few thoughts on Dan Wetmore’s Heartland

Review: The Unphotographable

Corinna Sauer: Home Story

Review: Pepa Hristova – Sworn Virgins

Sandy Volz’s Me and the Others (down the rabbit hole)

Review: Johan van der Keuken’s Paris Mortel retouché

A conversation with Dorothee Deiss

Joan Fontcuberta: The Photography of Nature & The Nature of Photography

Tobias Zielony’s Jenny Jenny

My favourite photobooks in 2013

Photobook Reviews (Week 51, 2013)

A few thoughts on Lewis Hine

In Defense of Merit

Conscientious Portfolio Competition 2013: The Winners

Review: Barbara Probst