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2019 Favorite Photobooks — Day Ten


Books 2019 Favorite Photobooks — Day Ten We've asked internationally renowned experts and artists from the photobook world to choose just one book as their FAVORITE photobook of the year. Over the next several days we will be unveiling all of our photobook VIPs' favorites.
https://www.photoeye.com/best-books-2019/



We've asked internationally renowned experts and artists from the photobook world to choose just one book as their FAVORITE photobook of the year. Over the next several days we will be unveiling all of our photobook VIPs' favorites.

Check back daily to see a new group of favorite books!




Todd Hido's Favorite

https://www.photoeye.com/best-books-2019/details.cfm?FirstName=Todd&Lastname=Hido
The Pillar
Stephen Gill

"Gill’s book affirms that the natural world is far more interesting than all the nonsense occurring in our world. Also, don't miss his previous book called Night Procession, another book with similar parameters to this."





Larissa Leclair's Favorite

https://www.photoeye.com/best-books-2019/details.cfm?FirstName=Larissa&Lastname=Leclair
Positive Disintegration
Tania Franco Klein

"The cinematic world of Tania Franco Klein is enticing; the dramatic lighting and saturated colors of her photographs draw us into such a disjointed and unsettling existence."





Paula McCartney's Favorite

https://www.photoeye.com/best-books-2019/details.cfm?FirstName=Paula&Lastname=McCartney
Cloud Service
Batia Suter

"Batia Suter’s Cloud Service is my favorite book of the year because it reminds me of the joy of looking and the rewards of considering the interconnectedness of things. Like a song stuck in your head, once one becomes aware of a subject, it can be seen everywhere, in everything."





Alex Webb's Favorite


https://www.photoeye.com/best-books-2019/details.cfm?FirstName=Alex&Lastname=Webb
Animals
Sage Sohier

"Sage’s images—deeply sympathetic, often funny, sometimes tender, and occasionally dark—take the viewer into an enigmatic world where humans and their animals interact in strange and surprising ways, a world in which the pets and their owners all seem equally—and wonderfully—mysterious."






Richard Renaldi's Favorite

https://www.photoeye.com/best-books-2019/details.cfm?FirstName=Richard&Lastname=Renaldi
Midlife
Elinor Carucci

"Simultaneously looking in and out Carucci exquisitely navigates the joys and pains of aging with an exacting and fearless eye. Gratefully for myself, and perhaps any viewer at a similar age, paging through Midlife engenders a bit of catharsis."




Colin Pantall's Favorite

https://www.photoeye.com/best-books-2019/details.cfm?FirstName=Colin&Lastname=Pantall
English Journey
John Angerson

"John Angerson’s English Journey is that rarest of things, a beautifully designed book that takes a critical look at English identity without resorting to cliché or regionalism."





  

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