Seems like there are more photobooks around than ever but I m not too sure if 2010 has been the best year... but of course some highlights, here are 10 great ones; all about exploring the world and humankind, and good photography!
Morten Andersen started making fanzines and taking pictures of friends in punk bands when 15 years old in 1980.
Worked in the darkroom at a daily newspaper in Oslo and continued shooting for bands and Norwegian music press before moving to New York and studies at International Center of Photography in 1990. Later founded Hit Me Records with old friend Kjetil Andersen in and released records with Norwegian bands like Gluecifer, Backstreet Girls, Turbonegro, Fuck Ups etc before concentrating on photography and publishing his own books; Fast City (1999), Days of Night (2003), Oslo F. (2005), Leira (2006), White Nights (2006), Fast/Days (2007), Ass time goes by (2008), Blå Skog/Blue Forest (2009), Jetlag and Alcohol (2009) and Color F (2010). homepage: www.shadowlab.no