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Monday, August 28, 2006

Photo-Eye's Best Photography Books

Don't know how we missed this, but here, a little late, is a link to Photo-Eye Booklist's Best Photography Books of 2005. And the awards go to:

The Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death, Corrine May Botz (Monacelli Press)

Echo, Chan Chao (Nazraeli Press)

The Perfect Medium: Photography and the Occult, Clement Cheroux (Yale University Press)

Portraits, Rineke Dijkstra (D.A.P./Schirmer Mosel)

Possible Relatives, Tina Enghoff (Journal)

For Every Minute You Are Angry You Lose Sixty Seconds of Happiness, Julian Germain (SteidlMack)

David Hilliard (Aperture)

Kamaitachi, Eikoh Hosoe (Aperture)

Casa Susanna, Michel Hurst and Robert Swope (powerHouse Books)

Borderlands, Eirik Johnson (Twin Palms)

Why Mister, Why? Iraq 2003–2004, Geert Van Kesteren (Artimo)

The Loves of the Poets, Joseph Mills (Nazraeli)

Chronologies, Richard Misrach (Fraenkel Gallery)

Fashion Magazine, Martin Parr (Magnum Paris)

[Note that even though this is a 2005 list, several of these books are already out of print, and a couple of them have already increased in value and are hard to get. —MJ]

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Blogger bjorke said...

How naughty, Michael! You republished Photo-Eye's list, which contained links to books sold by Photo-Eye, and replaced them with Amazon links.

7:01 PM  
Blogger Mike Johnston said...

Photo-Eye doesn't give me a cut when people order books from there. Amazon does!



10:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm happy to see David Hilliard's book on the list. He's is one of my favorites.

11:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for the recommendations. great books.


3:06 AM  

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