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Image-text photobooks in a nutshell #9: Alec Soth on Pictures From Home by Sultan

10 Jun 2017

We asked a pool of international photobook experts to share with us an image-text photobook they find particularly interesting, regardless of its publication date and where text is a fundamental element in the narrative (not a mere introduction or essay on the photoworks). Here Alec Soth reveals why Larry Sultan’s Pictures from…

Image-text photobooks in a nutshell #8: Jeffrey Ladd on Conversation With the Dead by Lyon

10 Oct 2016

We asked a pool of international photobook experts to share with us an image-text photobook they find particularly interesting, regardless of its publication date and where text is a fundamental element in the narrative (not a mere introduction or essay on the photoworks). Here Jeffrey Ladd reveals why Danny Lyon’s Conversation with…

Image-text photobooks in a nutshell #7: Sebastian Hau on Vedove by Homma et al.

9 Nov 2015

We asked a pool of international photobook experts to share with us an image-text photobook they find particularly interesting, regardless of its publication date and where text is a fundamental element in the narrative (not a mere introduction or essay on the photoworks). Here Sebastian Hau reveals why Takashi Homma’s Vedove…

Image-text photobooks in a nutshell #6: Rudi Thoemmes on Be Bold With Bananas

14 Jun 2015

  We asked a pool of international photobook experts to share with us an image-text photobook they find particularly interesting, regardless of its publication date and where text is a fundamental element in the narrative (not a mere introduction or essay on the photoworks). Here Rudi Thoemmes briefly introduces us…

Image-text photobooks in a nutshell #5: Gemma Padley on The Eyes, The Ears by Kawauchi

8 Jun 2015

  We asked a pool of international photobook experts to share with us an image-text photobook they find particularly interesting, regardless of its publication date and where text is a fundamental element in the narrative (not a mere introduction or essay on the photoworks). Here Gemma Padley shares her thoughts…

Image-text photobooks #4: Roger Hargreaves on Les Américains by Frank

11 May 2015

    We asked a pool of international photobook experts to share with us an image-text photobook they find particularly interesting, regardless of its publication date and where text is a fundamental element in the narrative (not a mere introduction or essay on the photoworks). Here our editor-at-large Roger Hargreaves…

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Image-text photobooks in a nutshell #3: Rémi Coignet on La Résidence by Engström

19 Apr 2015

  We asked a pool of international photobook experts to share with us an image-text photobook they find particularly interesting, regardless of its publication date and where text is a fundamental element in the narrative (not a mere introduction or essay on the photoworks). Here Rémi Coignet reflects on JH Engström‘s…

Image-text photobooks in a nutshell #2: Hester Keijser on In this Dark Wood by Tonnard

31 Jan 2015

  We asked a pool of international photobook experts to share with us an image-text photobook they find particularly interesting, regardless of its publication date and where text is a fundamental element in the narrative (not a mere introduction or essay on the photoworks). Here Hester Keijser shares her thoughts on…

Image-text photobooks in a nutshell #1: Joachim Schmid on the Kriegsfibel by Brecht

18 Jan 2015

We asked a pool of international photobook experts to share with us an image-text photobook they find particularly interesting, regardless of its publication date and where text is a fundamental element in the narrative (not a mere introduction or essay on the photoworks). We are delighted to publish Joachim Schmid’s brief reflections on Bertolt Brecht’s Kriegsfibel [War Primer],…