Photobooks I discovered this year – Part 1/3

It's the best-photobooks-of-the-year-lists time. I didn't bought many books this year, simply because there were really just very few which would blow my mind. So I decided to make a list of photobooks that I discovered this year on the one side, and on the other side to show some books from my collection which are totally underrated, in my opinion.

Alexander Sedelnikov: See you later!

Luca Baioni: The great grain from Painhell

Christopher de Bethune: Pale Tales and Night Ride

Caspar Sänger

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"I unfold the powers hidden in the world."

This serie is the result of three years of traveling, from the south to the south. As we lost ourselves in seven countries, from the north to the north.

Trying to be there without being there. What I like the most about wandering the streets, is that i sometime feel like a stray cat, both moving [...]

The book does not have secrets; it does not show series, no completed work, no portfolio but just pictures. All in the same size and each one [...]

The first (very nice) review of Leon Kirchlechner's book NOWHERE by Thomas Wiegand, Co-Founder of the Fotobookfestival in Kassel: [...]

野生 is a large format collection of unbound posters (book size: posters folded to 28 x 40 cm) printed on strong paper, held together by a banderole.

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A ten-year-old boy was drowning. Fear had already left him. The green strands of water weed flowed before his eyes.

Absence of Water is a photographic project which documents the state of decay of some baths, pools and lidos in the United Kingdom. They were places [...]

David Zoubek’s photo series "A Country Called the Midwest" documents his impressions and personal experiences when he lived in what many Americans [...]