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L.A. Women

To highlight another book in our exhibition : Je est un autre: The vernacular in photobooks Kermican Goren writes about Joachim Schmid’s book: L.A. Women: Joachim Schmid’s 2011 publication LA Women deals with the darkness of a collection of found images. … Continue reading

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Response to Todd Hido’s Between the Two

Response to Todd Hido’s Between the Two By Zoë Gleitsman and Akari Stimler   Hido’s Between The Two, is a beautiful collection of color and black and white photographs. His images are very quiet and subdued; there isn’t any action … Continue reading

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Response to An Imaginary Spaniard by Cristobal Hara

Response to An Imaginary Spaniard by Cristobal Hara By: Akari Stimler and Zoë Gleitsman   Cristobal Hara’s book, An Imaginary Spaniard, consists of beautifully composed color photographs taken in Spain. The title seems to perfectly describe the photographs; many of … Continue reading

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Response to High School by Jona Frank

By Zoë Gleitsman Jona Frank’s book High School is a very thorough collection of beautiful color film photographs which encompasses all different sides of the classic suburban teenager. The typical American high school is usually thought of in terms of … Continue reading

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Response to Observations in an Occupied Wilderness by Terry Falke

by Zoë Gleitsman and Akari Stimler This book contains a large collection of color film photographs taken in the late 90s-early 2000s of the American South-West. The images portray the stunning colors and unique landscapes that are common in this … Continue reading

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Black Power/Flower Power

by Zoë Gleitsman & Akari Stimler Black Power/Flower Power by Pirkle Jones and Ruth-Marion Baruch  contains photographs of both people involved and associated with the Black Panther Party and people connected to the Flower Power movement. Both groups’ ideologies contained similar ideas, skewing … Continue reading

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Teeny Academy with William Boling

William Boling joined the ICP Library  recently to share Debbie Fleming Caffery’s photobook Alphabet with some of our teeniest patrons. Caffery’s book features 26 gorgeous black & white photographs from her archive. Each image broadly corresponding with letters of the alphabet. The crowd, children age 4-12 … Continue reading

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