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Best Selling Photobooks of 2018

Books Top Ten Best Selling Photobooks of 2018 We are pleased to announce photo-eye's Top Ten Best Selling Photobooks of 2018!
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Number One

A Thousand Crossings
Photographs and text by Sally Mann

For more than 40 years, Sally Mann (b. 1951) has made experimental, elegiac, and hauntingly beautiful photographs that explore the overarching themes of existence: memory, desire, death, the bonds of family, and nature’s magisterial indifference to human endeavor.
Number Two

I Know How Furiously Your Heart Is Beating
Photographs by Alec Soth

"When I returned to photography, I wanted to strip the medium down to its primary elements. Rather than trying to make some sort of epic narrative about America, I wanted to simply spend time looking at other people and, hopefully, briefly glimpse their interior life."
Number Three

Bright Black World
Photographs by Todd Hido

Exploring the dark terrain of the Northern European landscape and regions as far as the North Sea of Japan enchanted Hido, calling him back on several occasions.
Number Four

Vanishing Vernacular
Photographs by Steve Fitch

In Vanishing Vernacular, Steve Fitch presents both the ancient and the modern by way of petroglyphs, neon motel signs and hand-painted business signs, drive-in movie theater screens, and radio and cell towers.
Number Five

Hearts and Bones
Photographs by Tom Chambers

Hearts and Bones is the first comprehensive collection of Chambers' work. More than one hundred color photomontages are included in this volume, spanning his entire career.
Number Six

Photographs by Alec Soth

In the follow-up to his critically acclaimed debut monograph Sleeping by the Mississippi, Alec Soth turned his eye to another iconic body of water, Niagara Falls.
Number Seven

The Black Trilogy
Photographs by Ralph Gibson

Making a clean break with the prior conventions of the photography book, The Black Trilogy created a new visual syntax—page layouts, the pairing of photographs face-to-face, graphic and thematic echoes—that provided a unique language for photographic communication.
Number Eight

American Winter
Photographs by Gerry Johansson

In Gerry Johansson's photographs time appears to stand still: neighbourhoods that once possessed the allure of Art Deco architecture, or the glory of bustling Main Streets, are now home to abandoned school buildings and cars parked decades ago.
Number Nine

27 Roads
Photographs by Robert Adams

27 Roads is the first publication to focus on this important aspect of his work, and is comprised of the artist's concise, poetic selection of images spanning almost five decades.
Number Ten

Seeing Deeply
Photographs by Dawoud Bey

Dawoud Bey: Seeing Deeply offers a forty-year retrospective of the celebrated photographer’s work, from his early street photography in Harlem to his current images of Harlem gentrification.