PHOTOBOOK REVIEWS, INTERVIEWS AND WRITE-UPS
ALONG WITH THE LATEST PHOTO-EYE NEWS

Social Media

Best Books 2013: John Gossage


Best Books 2013 Best Books 2013 John Gossage Best Books picks from photographer John Gossage.


By Mitch Epstein
Steidl
 

Trees of New York City. What a dumb and easy idea, unless you do it perfectly with eloquence.
By Rinko Kawauchi
Aperture
 

Book craft is so overused these days except when it is done right with brilliant photographs.

By Betsy Karel
Radius Books 
 

The colors of Paradise tourism presented with an unflinching eye.
By W. Eugene Smith
University Of Texas Press
 

Gene Smith taught me how to print when I was young. I had always thought he was an interesting journalist photographer, and a kind man. Now I know, to my surprise, that he was a great book artist way ahead of his time.
By Sergio Larrain
Aperture
 

The definitive book on a great photojournalist who went from saying that photographs should help those he photographed to actually trying to help them. Beautifully printed by Barrel.
By Max Pinckers
Self-Published
 

What a strange and unexpected book. Everything about it seems perfect.

By Thilde Jensen
LENA Publications
 

Photographs of beauty and the sickness of environmental extreme sensitivity. A book of a broken heart.

By Satoshi Machiguchi
1000BUNKO

What you remember from the books you love in 1000 pages.

By Edmund Clark
Here Press

The facts of our age, shown with almost bland documentation that will chill you to the bone.


N.A Catalog*
By Doug Rickard
White Press

EVIL, just EVIL.

*This title is not currently available from photo-eye. Email us to be notified if copies become available.
Betsy Karel


John Gossage has since the age of 14 devoted his life to photography, photobooks, and the music of Charles Edward Anderson Berry.

No comments:

Post a Comment