Alessandra is a great story teller. This new book is about two young cousins named Guille and Belinda in rural Buenos Aires. It is in itself a psychological study of two young girls that crossed the path of Alessandra.
Empty Land, Promised Land, Forbidden Land is an account of Rob Hornstra's four years spent traveling through Abkhazia. Abkhazia broke away from Georgia after a short, violent civil war. Great as always.
With Stephen you don't know what is best: the work itself or the book. With this book, based on photos taken from Hackney and Japan, and using his lens like a portable fish tank, "Stevens transport us to a strange and disorienting fictional aquatic world." Each book has a transparent and unique cover hand painted by Gill himself. A must in your book shelve!
New book (well, lately with Alec "new" is short-lived) with a four years work where he investigates the places in which people retreat to escape civilization. Solid work, great printing and superb conceptualization. A must. There is a special edition where the book is housed inside another book used only as a container.
Ruins of Detroit (nothing new) as a backdrop for an intimate portrait of two teenage noise musicians. Good work in a very coherent design and mise en page from this great artist.
Ramón Reverté , born in Barcelona (1967), is actually editor at RM in Mexico, where he conceptualizes photobooks for RM and Museums. He is currently developing with Aperture and Cosac & Naify the “Latin American Photobook” with a pool of connoisseurs led by Horacio Fernandez (editor of Photography in Print 1919-1939) and Martin Parr. He has published books on many photographers like Daido Moriyama, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Graciela Iturbide, Martin Parr, Christopher Anderson and Jeff Wall among others.