Teun van der Heijden is one of a few well-known photo book designers, having produced such works as Black Passport with Stanley Greene, Diamond Matters by Kadir van Lohuizen, and most recently, Interrogations by Donald Weber. We speak with him about the importance of the form of photo books, why design matters, and the risks of making controversial books.
Articles with tag 'Photo Books'
Bertil Nilsson has just released his first photography book, Undisclosed, a work on contemporary circus performers. GUP had the chance to sit down with Nilsson to discuss the inspiration behind the project, bookmaking, and why he chose to self-publish.
I find myself in a room barely ten square metres large with two computers, three chairs, a desk and 5,500 books. I am visiting the greatest collector of Dutch photography books, Jan Wingender.
Men might think about sex every seven seconds, but I think about project titles.
10 questions for Martin Parr, one of the world’s most passionate collectors and an authority on photo books.
MONO, the new book by publishing house Gomma Books Ltd., will be a 250-page ode to black & white photography featuring the work of many talented contemporary photographers.
An artist needs a stage, and so does a photographer.
Heartbeat. A book by Machiel Botman (1955), photographer, teacher, curator and, in a distant past, a musician as well.
Born in the Netherlands, Jacqueline Hassink (1966) has mapped the economic globalization of our society in a precise, almost scientifi c way in a mixture of documentary photgraphy and conceptual art.