Tanya Marcuse is a photographer based in the Hudson Valley Region of New York, highly regarded for her large-scale color works based on her home landscape. In 2019, she published a 3-volume set of works with Radius Books, Fruitless/Fallen/Woven. My article about these books was published by C4, available here.
Italian photographer Guido Guidi has a career that spans four decades, and helped develop new approaches to landscape photography in Europe. His new book published by MACK, Cinque viaggi, all photographed in and around Milan, documents Italy during important cultural transitions. My review of this book is available as part of Afterimage, Volume 49, Issue 1, or as a PDF download here.
Dairy Character, the new book by Odette England published by Saint Lucy Books, is a photographic memoir about the photographer's childhood on a dairy farm in rural Australia. My review of the book is available on the Photo Eye website, here.
As part of my ongoing collaboration with Catfish Books, I recently published an interview with Sumatran writer and photographer Fatris M.F. Together with photographer Muhammad Fadli, Fatris co-authored the award winning photobook The Banda Journal. The complete interview is available here.
Photographer Raymond Meeks is often considered one of the most important photobook makers of the day. My review of his newest book, Somersault, published by Mack Books, is now available on the Photo Eye website, here.
Photographer Joni Sternbach is most well known for her wet plate photographs of surfing communities. Her newest book, however, presents an entirely different approach to photography. Published by Dürer Editions, kissing a stranger, is a wonderful autobiographical work that looks at the artist's early life as an artist. My complete review of the book is available on Photo Eye, here.
Human rights photographer and MacArthur recipient Fazal Sheikh recently released a collaborative book with writer and environmental activist Terry Tempest Williams. Published by Steidl, The Moon is Behind Us collects a series of correspondence the two developed during the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic. A thoughtful and intimate correspondence, the book solicits important questions about justice, art, beauty, and politics. My complete review is available on the Photo Eye blog.
German photographer Ursula Schulz-Dornburg is well known for her conceptual approach to landscape and architectural photography. Her most recent book, Bugis Houses, Celebes, looks at domestic architecture on the outskirts of Makassar, Sulawesi (Celelbes) in the early 1980s. My review of the book is available on the Photo Eye Blog here.
As part of my ongoing collaboration with Catfish Books, I recently posted an interview with writer, critic, and theorist Karen Strassler, a Professor of Anthropology at Queens College in New York. The complete interview is available here.
Photographer Ahndraya Parlato's third book, Who is Changed and Who is Dead functions as a photographic memoir published by MACK Books, addressing her family life as both a daughter and a mother, all complicated by her own a traumatic childhood. My review of the book is available on C4 Journal, published here.