Photography & Video

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Janet Malcolm died last year, and her passing was profiled in over 40,000 obituaries online. She left behind a huge entourage of fans who had spent decades immersed in her literary nonfiction.

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”Our America elevates us to the stars while simultaneously pulling back the curtain to reveal our scars. The images can be edifying or terrifying.”

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“The book is a joy to read. You can dip in anywhere and swim about in Dylan’s brain.”

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Here is a beautiful book that belongs in the library of every lover of literature and every lover of fine portrait photography.

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Caleb Kenna is a freelance photographer and certified drone pilot who lives in Middlebury, Vermont.

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“Our forests, like our oceans, are vastly misunderstood and are commonly abused.

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Having already read The World According to Karl Lagerfeld, this reader was almost positive that the World According to Christian Dior would be nothing like the former.

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Full Disclosure: This is not an ordinary review. It’s personal.

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If you have ever wondered why many veterans of war find it difficult, if not impossible, to talk about their experiences, this book will help you understand.

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This is an unusual book because, in almost every way, it is a sequel to a documentary film. Without that film, there’d be no book.

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“For those seeking an encyclopedic understanding of photographic art history, Photography by David Bate is an essential book and is highly recommended.”

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“Doubilet offers, in perfect drawings of light, a place and a moment where a bird can love a fish, the sky can love the sea and, for a brief instant, in a razor-thin place, we can all be ri

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In the whimsical 1990 film L.A.

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“These masterworks by Levitt have cemented her reputation in the archives of major museums around the world and on the walls of serious collectors of photography.”

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Albert Watson: Creating Photographs is a soft cover book that is hardly a coffee table book.

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If you ask the Catholic Church, they’ll tell you that Saint Veronica—the apocryphal woman who wiped Christ’s bloodied, sweat-soaked face as he made his way to his death at Calvary—is the patron sai

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This gorgeously produced book is a baby photo album with one major difference. All the Dads are gay men, married or single, who have become parents through surrogacy or by adoption.

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“Isn’t the final goal of surrealism, after all, to transform the world?”
—Luis Buñuel

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“Gross and Daley’s photographs tell a story, a deeply important story . . .”

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It was probably a very good idea not to include the words “aura reading” in the title of this book, even though that is 100 percent what it is about.

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“a deep intellectual probe into the importance and significance of photography as it morphed from a secondary tool of artists into photography’s acceptance as the art itsel

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“Mona Kuhn: Works will secure her prominence as an artist who has a love for life and and the ability to manifest that love through beautiful photography.

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In the beginning, the Bible tells us, God created man in his image.

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A Light in the Dark by veteran film scholar and critic David Thompson is not so much a comprehensive history of film directors—that would take a much larger volume than this—as it is a ser

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Documentary photographer Donna Ferrato has been photographing women for at least 50 years, but Holy, her latest book, might just be her most personal one since the award-winning Living

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