Ti Tle: The Latin American Photobook
TexT AnD reSeArCH:
ASSOCiATe eDi TOr: Jenny Goldberg
Ar TiSTiC DireCTiOn: Ramón Reverté
DeSigner: José Luis Lugo
PuBliSHerS: Aperture Foundation
and Fundación Televisa
The Latin American Photobook, featuring
a selection of photo books from the
Twenties to today, provides revelatory perspectives on the history
of latin American photography. The collection features work by
great figures like Claudia Andujar, Barbara Brändli, Manuel Álvarez
Bravo, Horacio Coppola, Paz errázuriz, graciela iturbide, Sara Facio,
Paolo gasparini, Daniel gonzález, Boris Kossoy and Sergio larraín.
it is divided into thematic sections such as “The City,” “Conceptual
Art and Photography,” and “Photography and literature,” a category
uniquely important to latin America.
TiTle: Iraq | Perspectives
TiTle: In The Deep End
Tex T: Damion Berger and Laura Noble
DeSigner: Victor Levie
Prin Ter: Calff & Meischke
PuBliSHer: Schilt Publishing
Damion Berger shows what it physically
means to be in the water or under water.
Smuggling a camera into public pools, where photography is often prohibited,
Berger was able to work without the knowledge or complicity of his subjects as
he attempted to produce photographs that simultaneously rekindle memories
of childhood and the joys of summer.