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PHOTO-EYE BEST BOOKS 2018
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Miwa Susuda's favorite book from 2018

John Edmonds' work is born from a unique mythology. In this sense, Higher could be considered the bible of his kingdom. Through the symbolic compositions of color and subject in his portrait series Hoods, Du-rags, and Tribe, Edmonds challenges us to consider an alternative perspective of the subjects presented. This perspective denies the sort of typical quick judgments prevalent in society and visual vocabulary today. Contemplation towards something "higher" and "eternal" is what came to mind upon my initial encounter with this book.


Director at Session Press, manager at Dashwood Books and writer for IMA magazine, Tokyo. Based in New York, NY. www.sessionpress.com

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Miwa Susuda's favorite book from 2018

Marcopoulos’ photos are pervasive serenity, an oasis in a frenetic urban landscape. His work is a reminder of hope against all odds—a reminder that we can connect, that we can attain fleeting serendipity and even love in the face of apparent futility. Moving through Entropy, I feel reassured that we are indeed allowed to seek out those bonds that join us together as human beings beyond the borders of nation, culture, history, and time.


Publisher of Session Press, manager at Dashwood Books and writer for IMA and VOSTOK magazines, Tokyo. Based in New York City. www.sessionpress.com
Portrait by Cory Rice.