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A Dark and Lyrical Vision of Latin America

Santiago Escobar-Jaramillo’s photographs reflect the ambiguities of political violence in Colombia, Cuba, and Venezuela.

8 Feminist Photobooks that Provoke and Inspire

The question of what makes a photobook “feminist” is entangled with all sorts of creative decisions, as well as worldly ones.

The Publisher at the Forefront of Photographic Literature

Image Text Ithaca is leading the way in experimental and hybrid image-text photobooks.

Revolutionary Roads

From Addis Ababa to Johannesburg, Guy Tillim photographs the streets named for Africa’s military leaders.

Two Artists Interrogate the "White Gaze" of National Geographic

Pairing archival images and text, Michelle Dizon and Việt Lê pose a razor-sharp critique of colonialism.

Marc Feustel on Photobooks After 3/11

It has been four years since the Great Tohoku Earthquake unleashed a series of tsunami waves which…

Matthew Carson on Takashi Homma

One of the first things that you may notice about the words on the spine and on…

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