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Caleb’s Guide To ICP Library New Acquisitions 2018 part 2

As promised, here is the second installment of my 2018 acquisition blurbs. Caleb’s Guide To ICP Library New Acquisitions part 2 ~ EINSTEIN STUDIO – TOKYO/JAPAN JUN 2018 At the New York Art Book Fair we acquired a few issues … Continue reading

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Ambiguity and photography

Eugene Atget: The Eternal Inspiration is the record of an exhibition at the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum that ran from December 2017 till January of the next year. It is part three in a series of exhibits held by TOP … Continue reading

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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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Zine Corner 9

Hello dear readers, the Library’s Good Boy returns for another vernacular corner 🙂 Today we are looking at “AMC2 Journal Issue 3: Preserves from the AMC Garden” AKA “London 2012 A Visitor’s Guide”. Archive of Modern Conflict’s “Preserves…” is a … Continue reading

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Zine corner 8

Hello all, Continuing on our Vernacular Photography spree, today in the corner we are taking a brief look at Brad Feuerheim’s “TV Casualty: Ride, Johnny, ride”. This is definitely one of the more professional, “hi fidelity” zines to be featured … Continue reading

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Caleb’S Zine Coorner #7 ~ BLOTTER

~♫welcome to the coorner ♬♪ ~ 🙂 In the spirit of ICP Library’s “Je est un autre: The Vernacular in Photo Books” show, THE zine corner will do this post about Pierre Le Hors and Tuomas Korpijaakko‘s mysterious zine BLOTTER, published by … Continue reading

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Zine corner 6: “Tres vol.3”

Caleb’s zine corner 6 Tres vol. 3 Today we are opening up “Tres vol.3” from Hui Books in Okayama, Japan. Tres is a series that catalogs the work of three artists in each volume: Masahiro Ikeda, Shinichiro Uchida, and Katsuaki … Continue reading

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