If you are a Photobook Review Blog subscriber, you’ve already gotten word that The PhotoBook Review 002 is now available on Zinio for $1.99. This time, the PBR team has reformatted the design for better reading via the iPad and on-line. Is this treatment is a better reading experience for you? Let the team [email protected] If [...]
© Dave Anderson Dave Anderson has photographed in tough places—a surviving Ku Klux Klan bastion in Texas, New Orlean’s post-Katrina Ninth Ward—but his photographs are rarely gritty. His Aperture monograph One Block, which documents the rebuilding efforts of one block of Ninth Ward residents, focuses less on the neighborhood’s despair and more on its hopes [...]
The Latin American Photobook, Jonathan Torgovnik’s Intended Consequences Win Les Rencontres d’Arles Awards
The Latin American Photobook, edited by Horacio Fernández and published by Aperture, has been awarded the historical book award at the Rencontres d’Arles photography festival. The volume, a blend of bibliography, facsimile, and encyclopedia, offers a critical study of the most important photography books to come out of Latin America, from the 1920s to today. [...]
Now through August 10, take advantage of up to 35% off books and up to 20% off limited edition prints during Aperture’s Sixtieth Anniversary Summer Sale. Sale ends midnight EST, August 10, 2012, so get to shopping!