Monthly Archives: November 2018

Caleb’s Guide To ICP Library New Acquisitions 2018 part 1

Working at the ICP Library is a gift that keeps on giving. Not only am I surrounded by the canon of photography from past and present, but I’m also exposed to new work every day. I have been blessed to … Continue reading

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Photo books, exhibitions & related events 2018 edition, part 1 – Peter Hujar, Oliver Wasow

Peter Hujar (1934-1987) The exhibition and catalog Peter Hujar – Speed of Life at the Morgan Library & Museum (January 26 – May 20, 2018) is an auspicious way to begin a review of the past year. The acquisition of … Continue reading

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Some Photobooks I liked in 2018 (Part Two)

    Aleksey Kondratyev’s Ice Fishers (London: Loose Joints, 2018) is a slim and quiet edition of only fifty two pages with a one page insert of colophon and text. The images are placed on such a perfect whiteness that it … Continue reading

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Some Photobooks I liked in 2018 (Part One)

I haven’t produced one of these types of list for a few years now and this year. . . This year it just seemed right to do so again and so I have selected some of my personal favourites for … Continue reading

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