Edited by Duncan Forbes and Daniela Janser.
Selected as one of the Best Books of 2015 by Hans Gremmen
Beastly/Tierisch was selected for the Shortlist for the 2015 Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards
"A very intelligent catalogue that accompanied the exhibition Beastly/Tierisch at Fotomuseum Winterthur. The book is designed in such a way that it seems default, but on the other hand almost over-designed. It is banal and academic at the same time, which is very effective: it makes you scratch the surface of the universal topic of the representations of animals." —Hans Gremmen
Photographs by Kurt Simonson. Essay by George Slade. Poem by Franz Wright.
Flash Powder Projects
Selected as one of the Best Books of 2015 by Melanie McWhorter
"First, the simulated paneling printed on the wrapped cloth and the close-up shot on a knitted afghan printed on the front and rear endpapers set a mood for this book before even getting to the content. The introduction is in Kurt Simonson’s own hand with a facsimile letter tipped-on to the book page describing memories and objects he found in and around grandmother’s home. He shows portraits, interiors and landscapes illustrated with photos of pages from his grandmother’s hand-noted Bible painting a picture of his life in rural Minnesota. It is a sweet little book for the new imprint Flash Powder Projects."—Melanie McWhorter
Photographs by Jason Fulford. Editor by Andrew Lampert and John Klacsmann.
J&L Books/Anthology Film Archives
"One of the most joyful books of past times. It is about imagination, flying, big cities, collecting, history, modern day archaeology. It is about all that, and so much more. Brilliant book." —Hans Gremmen
Photographs by Boris Mikhailov. Text by Francesco Zanot.
Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König
Selected as one of the Best Books of 2015 by:
Little Brown Mushroom
Little Brown Mushroom
"When I think of Boris Mikhailov, I picture a bow-hunter in face paint and loincloth. Mikhailov has always been more interested in the hunt than in artful taxidermy. His newest book, Diary, is a thrilling reminder of how long Mikahilov has stayed out in the woods."—Little Brown Mushroom