Photo Eye asked me to review the newest publication by photographer Jörg Colberg, Vaterland, a book about the residual histories of World War II found in landscapes in Eastern Europe. The full review is available here.
I have another review up on Photo Eye. This one is about the new book by Kim Beil, Good Pictures: A History of Popular Photography. The complete review is available here. Kim Beil is an art historian at Stanford University. Good Pictures is a study of vernacular, popular photographic trends from the development of the medium to the present day.
My most recent review for Photo Eye, a book by photographer David Robbins called INDIA: Fragments from the Constellation, is now available here. David Robbins is a Seattle based photojournalist and travel photographer.
My most recent review for Photo Eye on the new Peter Mitchell book, Early Sunday Morning, is available here. Peter Mitchell is a British photographer known for his work in Leeds. Early Sunday Morning features previously unpublished photographs, made close to 30 years ago, and reveals an intimate portrait of the community through its vernacular architecture.
I've recently been collaborating with Catfish, an organization in the UK dedicated to advancing photographic publications about Southeast Asia. I recently completed this interview with Arum Tresnaningtyas Dayuputri, and photographer based in Bandung, West Java.
My most recent review with Photo Eye is now live, on the Datz Press publication of Nothing Will Ever Be the Same Again by Amanda Marchand. You can read the full review here. Nothing Will Ever Be the Same Again is a sentimental and poetic investigation on the passage of time.
Brian Arnold is a photographer, educator, writer, and musician living in Ithaca, NY. For more information, please visit my other blog, A Photographer's Journal.