The Best Photo Books of 2018

The Best Photo Books of 2018

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Each year we have the incredible privilege to read and report on hundreds of photo books. Photographers, by the end of 2018, have come close to documenting and publishing every corner of the world and every theme of the human experience. It doesn’t matter if you are looking for a great gift, treating yourself to a visual journey or maybe you just want a fancy new book to show off on your coffee table; here are the photo book team’s best reads of the year.

On Abortion by Laia Abril (Dewi Lewis Publishing)

American Fraternity by Richard Moisey (Daylight Books)

Contact High: A Visual History of Hip-Hop by Vikki Tobak (Penguin Random House)

Anne Brigman: A Visionary in Modern Photography (Rizzoli Publishing)

African Twilight by Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher (Rizzoli Publishing)

Mistral by Rachel Cobb (Damiani Publishing)

Mirror Mirror by Ryan McGinley (Rizzoli Publishing)

The New Tide by Gordon Parks (Steidl)

Poolscapes by Karine Laval (Steidl)

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Film Review: Roma (2018), Dir. Alfonso Cuarón

Film Review: Roma (2018), Dir. Alfonso Cuarón

2018: A Year in Film

2018: A Year in Film

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