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THE BEST BOOKS OF 2010
Debra Klomp Ching
Jörg M. Colberg
Willem van Zoetendaal
Timothy Prus & Ed Jones
Photographer / Bookmaker
Sweet Home Yokosuka.
The only woman associated with the Provoke movement of Japan. A book that can keep you from having to spend thousands on her first editions.
The (almost) complete works of LB in a perfect Steidl production.
The Sound of Two Songs.
What passes these days for a traditional photobook, but with genius and perfect pitch.
JOHAN VAN DER KEUKEN
One afternoon's shooting from his classic book
, that captures a past grace of Paris. Beautifully printed.
ALEC SOTH & LESTER B. MORRISON
How to "ruin" your career, while brilliantly moving forward.
Bill's unknown pictures from mostly the 70s and 80s, 26 of which will change the way I see.
Sad, and hopefully eloquent, perfectly printed.
Frida Kahlo. Her Photos.
PABLO ORTIZ MONASTERIO (ED.)
A long hidden collection kept by an icon of Mexican modern art, beautifully designed.
The Heart Land.
Style, design, fashion, blurry pictures, bad handwriting, cool design and the photographer's family, but a great book anyway. What a lot of people try to pull off and fail at.
A New American Picture.
A Shimmer of Possibility
aesthetics meets Google Earth.
has since the age of 14 devoted his life to photography, photobooks, and the music of Charles Edward Anderson Berry.
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