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Happy World Photobook Day

Celebrating the first photobook, “born” in 1843: Anna Atkins‘ beautiful “Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions (1843–53)“, Catalogued into the British Library 170 years ago today.

For this occasion we’ve put together a couple of useful links & resources around photobooks below.

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Amaury da Cunha | Après tout

Après tout (After All) represents a turning point in the work of Amaury da Cunha.
His previous series, Saccades (Jolts), was somewhat luminous, infused with a sense of wonder facing the world. Après tout darkens in tone, as wonder gives way to bewilderment. Invading shadows are the backdrop for a photographer depicting himself as blinded. Death and sex are less allusive. A dog bares its fangs, while a bird of prey claws a branch. Yet shafts of light or a glimpsed road suggest that the end is not as impending as we may think. Continue Reading →