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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Ok, these are not photo books, but still beatifully (hand!-)made by Chisato Tamabayashi. Discovered on the "I Never Read" fair in Basel. More: [...]

Taryn Simon - An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar, published by Steidl (sold out, but you can find copies on Amazon, etc.) [...]

The very new dienacht issue arrived, featuring, among others Asger Carlsen's "Wrong" series (also the cover story), and more photography by Chinese [...]

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