Best Books 2013Best Books 2013Colin PantallBest Books picks from writer and photographer Colin Pantall.
L'amoureuse By Anne De Gelas Le Caillou Bleu The most moving book of the year goes to Anne de Gelas who remembers her husband through an explanation of personal sorrow and loss (and how to overcome it). “There is never a right way to tell a child about his father's death.”
Macquenoise By Pierre Liebaert Le Caillou Bleu Partly inspired by Les Revenants (the year's best TV series), Liebaert's pictures are complemented by an absolutely gorgeous gatefold cover design.
An affectionate portrayal of the architecture and life of Leeds in the 1970s and 80s. Large format pictures show what has been lost in a book that is as much about the destructiveness of contemporary urban design as about communities living within the layers the past.
The latest book from the versatile and prolific Austrian photographer, One Third is witty, beautiful and stomach churning all at the same time.
Hundewege, Index eines konspirativen Alltags* By Jens Klein Institut für Buchkunst The four booklets in this publication do not sugarcoat what it means to be spied upon; the Stasi archive in raw and creepy form.
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