Tag Archives: photobook

Daniel Shea, 43 – 35 10th Street

Making room on the top shelf! Daniel Shea’s 43 – 35 10th Street. This is a massive brick of exciting imagery. Everything from the images, to the design, to the conflated shifts and changes of pairings, mood and materials is nothing shy of aesthetic celebration. Some artists just nail it everytime. Shea’s work is a […]

If You Have a Secret – Irina Popova

I don’t even know where to begin in spotlighting the brilliance that is Russian photographer and publisher Irina Popova (Ирина Попова). I can say this – the newly released, 2nd version publication of her ambitious body of work If You Have a Secret embodies all the courage and intellect of the young artist. I had […]

Witnessing Ron Jude’s Nausea for the First Time

I just witnessed Ron Jude’s “Nausea” for the first time, beneath a wooden pavilion being hammered on by a cold Summer rain. I come across this image spread out like the ominous sky surrounding me. It strikes like thunder. A flooring image. An awe accumulates page by page. Pensive photographs brandished by a frenzied, but […]

Trying to Find the Ocean at Urbanautica Institute, Italy

Happy to have donated a copy of “Trying to Find the Ocean” to the recently inaugurated Urbanautica Institute, under the command of curator, editor and art director at large – Steve Bisson. U.I. has opened its doors in Asolo, Italy (just north of Venice), where Steve has transitioned his excellent art journal into a dedicated […]

Morning Coffee – Dirk Braeckman, Sisyphe

Morning Coffee . . . Dirk Braeckman’s “Sisyphe” (published by Xavier Barral, 2014, in conjunction with exhibition at Le Bal, Paris). Braeckman is a fine means to which escape an exhausted headspace. Always.

The Month Before Trump, Harvey Benge

Exciting package from New Zealand, from the consistent, inquisitive photo eye of Harvey Benge. “The Month Before Trump”, self-published, 2017, edition of 50 (with 4×6 print). I really dig Harvey’s self-published works created in his own independent making. Always, he offerers up an existential, probing vision that navigates through the ominous nature of modern society, […]

a musing from the rocking dock – Dashwood Books

Signed copies of a musing from the rocking dock are now available at Dashwood Books, NYC. Look/Purchase

Yamamoto Masao – Signing “Tori” at ICP, (Dec. 2016)

I stand before one of the world’s greatest visual poets . . . Yamamoto Masao signing advance copies of “Tori” on Friday night in NYC at the International Center of Photography. The event was organized by the great Spaces Corners bookshop. An absolute serene and transporting book awaits Masao fans. The corresponding exhibition “Tori” just […]

Yale Acquires Indie Photobook Library

Amazing news! The Indie Photobook Library’s collection of more than 2,000 photo-based publications produced by self-publishers and independent imprints are now permanently collected in Yale’s Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library. I’m pleased to have my first photobook “Trying to Find the Ocean” and a few curated publications make up a small part of this […]

a musing from the rocking dock – Book Feature from printer La Imprenta

I couldn’t be happier with the printing of a musing from the rocking dock by La Imprenta (Valencia, Spain). La Imprenta shared my new book on their site, with a peek at some of the interior photos and pages: “a musing from the rocking dock” @ La Imprenta blog