photobooks

Freedman Files

Dramatic Photos of the 1968 Poor People's Campaign in DC

Return to Resurrection City with Jill Freedman's stunning documentation of a six-week protest on the National Mall.
Cameron Cuchulainn
Jill Freedman
10.30.17
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Sweat, Endless Pints, and Feathered Hair: Photos from a Seaside UK Club in the Pre-Rave 80s

These photos illustrate that the way we drink in the UK hasn't really changed for the past 30 years, and that's almost comforting.
Tom Wood
3.26.16
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Photos of Swamp Buggy Racing from Florida's 'Mile O Mud'

Queens-based photographer Malcolm Lightner spent several years photographing this unique sport in his hometown of Four Corners, Florida. Now, he's making a photography book dedicated to it.
Allison Schaller
5.28.15
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Back Artist Anouk Kruithof's 'Automagic' Kickstarter Campaign

Dutch artist Anouk Kruithof's crowdsourcing project is about more than just publishing another photobook. She also wants to use her funds to aid other art bookmakers.
Matthew Leifheit
4.9.15
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What Do the People Selling Art Outside the Met Think of Dave Geeting's New Book?

We asked art sellers outside the Met what they thought of the photographer's latest work.
VICE Photography
3.18.15
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Stunning Photos of US Marshals in Action

An interview with photographer Brian Finke about his new book.
Matthew Leifheit
11.21.14
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Gregory Halpern and Ahndraya Parlato's Gloriously Unmoored Photographs

Their new book 'East of the Sun, West of the Moon' contains photos taken only on solstices and equinoxes.
Gideon Jacobs
11.6.14
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The Art of Smack: Graham MacIndoe's 'All In'

Artist Graham MacIndoe's new book looks at the design and typography of heroin bags collected over his years as an addict.
Sophie Butcher
11.3.14
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Thomas Roma: 'The Waters of Our Time'

Tonight, from 7 to 9 PM at the powerHouse Arena in Brooklyn, Thomas Roma and his son Giancarlo will talk to Susan Kismaric, curator in the photography department at the Museum of Modern Art, about their new book, The Waters of Our Time.
Matthew Leifheit
5.8.14