I’m thinking of Jeanine’s photographs right now, as I’ve just put down her new book “Through Darkness to Light: Photographs Along the Underground Railroad,” which was just published by Princeton Architectural Press.
We showed a chunk of the project here in 2014, during my usual festival roundup, and the photographs also look great on screen.
They feature subjects like religion, sports, nature, and history.
Because the ability to speak to a large group of people is a huge motivator for artists with something important say. In this case, I’m thinking of Jeanine Michna-Bales, a Dallas-based photographer whose work I’ve featured in this column before.I first met her at Review Santa Fe, and saw her inspirational project, in which she reconstructed and photographed the Underground Railroad at night.On the flip side, there are projects that crack over into the mass market: photobooks that aim for coffee tables.They’re able to speak to larger audiences, as perhaps they document or explore issues, beyond the photo community, that have wide resonance in popular or mainstream culture.Please read the following information concerning the WV Sex Offender Registry.
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by Jonathan Blaustein Let’s face it: most photobooks are for photo geeks.
(Martin Parr being an example we discussed in our interview with Dewi Lewis.) And I’ve heard that one or two publishers still take care of productions costs.
The obvious benefit of the tight-knit-market is that by focusing on quality, and charging enough to provide it, photobooks are art objects themselves.
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