dinsdag 19 juli 2011

Martin Parr’s selection of the 30 most influential photobooks of the last decade Photography

Martin Parr’s selection of the 30 most influential photobooks of the last decade

Ryan McGinley, The Kids are Alright 

Geert van Kesteren, Why Mister Why 

Christien Meindertsma, Checked Baggage 

Sakaguchi Tomoyuki, Home 

Paul Graham, A Shimmer of Possibilities 

Dash Snow, Slime the Boogie 

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Viviane Sassen, Flamboya 

JH Engstrom, Trying to Dance 

Daniela Rossell, Ricas y Famosas 

Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs, The Great Unreal 

Archive of Modern Conflict, Nein, Onkel 

Florian van Roekel, How Terry likes his coffee 

WassinkLundgren, Empty Bottles 

Alessandra Sanguinetti, On the Sixth Day 

Alec Soth, Sleeping by the Mississippi 

Rinko Kawauchi, Utatane 

John Gossage, Berlin in the time of the Wall 

Leigh Ladare, Pretend Youre Actually Alive 

Simon Roberts, We English 

Doug Rickard, New American Picture 

Miguel Calderon, Miguel Calderon 

Miyako Ishuichi, Mothers 

Jules Spinatsch, Temporary Discomfort: Chapter 1-V 

Uchihara Yasuhiko, Son of a Bit 

Donovan Wylie, Scrapbook 

Stephen Gill, Hackney Wick 

Susan Meiselas, In History 

Michael Wolf, Tokyo Compression 

Nina Korhonen, Anna, Amerikan Mummu 

Hans Eijkelboom, Portraits & Cameras 1949-2009

Published on the occasion of the exhibition
Photobooks: Martin Parr’s Best Books of the Decade
Curated by Martin Parr
16 July—31 July 2011
National Photographic Archive, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland
In the framework of PhotoIreland Festival 2011
International Festival of Photography and Image Culture
Catalogue edited by Moritz Neumüller & Ángel Luis González
Assistant Researcher Claudia Nir
Design by Conor & David
Book Photography by David Monaghan
Published by PhotoIreland, 2011
64 Lower Mount Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
info @ photoireland.org
+353 876856169

See also for 

Chris Killip Ute Eskildsen Gerry Badger Jeffrey Ladd Yoko Sawada The Best photobooks in 25 years Photography

A great piece by British photographer Martin Parr on photographic cliches. Worth a read.
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