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ANNOUNCING SHORTLIST FOR THE 2014 PHOTOBOOK AWARDS

New York and Paris, September 26, 2014.
Todd Hido, photographer and photobook maker greeted an eager crowd at the New York Art Book Fair to announce the outstanding list of photobooks short listed for the 2014 Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards.

PHOTOBOOK OF THE YEAR SHORTLIST


The Big Book
Photographer: W. Eugene Smith
Publisher: University of Texas Press

Rich and Poor
Photographer: Jim Goldberg
Publisher: Steidl

Disco Night Sept. 11
Photographer: Peter van Agtmael
Publisher: Red Hook Editions

Marrakech
Photographer: Daido Moriyama
Publisher: SUPER LABO

Photographs for Documents
Photographer(s): Vytautas V. Stanionis
Publisher: Kaunas Photography Gallery

Ponte City
Photographers: Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse
Publisher: Steidl

Vertigo
Photographer(s): Daisuke Yokota
Publisher: Newfave

Imaginary Club
Photographer(s): Oliver Sieber
Publisher: Editions GwinZegal/BöhmKobayashi

The Winners
Photographer(s): Rafal Milach
Publisher: GOST

The Arrangement
Photographer(s): Ruth van Beek
Publisher: RVB Books

Spasibo
Photographer: Davide Monteleone
Publisher: Kehrer Verlag

War Porn
Photographer: Christoph Bangert
Publisher: Kehrer Verlag

FIRST PHOTOBOOK SHORLIST


everything will be ok
Photographer: Alberto Lizaralde
Publisher: Self-published

Synonym Study
Photographer: Nico Krijno
Publisher: Self-published

The Meteorite Hunter
Photographer: Alexandra Lethbridge
Publisher: Self-published

Father Figure: Exploring Alternate Notions of Black Fatherhood
Photographer: Zun Lee
Publisher: Ceiba

19.06_26.08.1945
Photographer: Andrea Botto
Publisher: Danilo Montanari

Miklós Klaus Rózsa
Photographer: Christof Nüssli and Christoph Oeschger
Publisher: Cpress/Spectorbooks

ED IT: The Substantial System for Photographic Archive Maintenance
Authors: Ola Lanko, Brigiet van den Berg, Nikki Brörmann, Simone Engelen, Sterre Sprengers
Publisher: Self-published

Back to the Future
Photographer: Irina Werning
Publisher: Self-published

Inventio
Photographer(s): Yann Haeberlin
Publisher: Self-published

Euromaidan
Photographer(s): Vladyslav Krasnoshchok and Sergiy Lebedynskyy
Publisher: Riot Books

Silent Histories
Photographer: Kazuma Obara
Publisher: Self-published

Hidden Islam
Photographer: Nicoló Degiorgis
Publisher: Rorhof

Sequester
Photographer: Awoiska van der Molen
Publisher: Fw: Books

The American Series
Photographer: Oskar Schmidt
Publisher: Distanz

Fractal State of Being
Photographer: Sara Skorgan Teigen
Publisher: Journal

Red String
Photographer: Yoshikatsu Fujii
Publisher: Self-published

Jannis
Photographer: Alma Cecilia Suarez
Publisher: Self-published

Photograph
Photographer: Yuji Hamada
Publisher: Lemon Books

The Epilogue
Photographer: Laia Abril
Publisher: Dewi Lewis

Snowpark
Photographer: Philippe Fragnière
Publisher: Kodoji Press

PHOTOGRAPHY CATALOGUE OF THE YEAR SHORTLIST


Photobooks: Spain 1905–1977
Photographers: Multiple
Publishers: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Acción Cultural Española, RM.

Christopher Williams: Printed in Germany
Photographer: Christopher Williams
Publisher: Walther König/David Zwirner
Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness Photographer: Christopher Williams
Publisher: Art Institute of Chicago

Dark Knees
Photographer: Mark Cohen
Publisher: Le Bal/Éditions Xavier Barral

Tsunami, Photographs, and Then: Lost and Found Project
Photographer: Munemasa Takahashi
Publisher: AKAAKA

The Catalogue Box
Photographers: Multiple
Publisher: Verlag Kettler/The PhotoBook Museum

This year’s short list selection was made by Julien Frydman, director of Paris Photo; Todd Hido, photographer and photobook maker; Lesley A. Martin, publisher of the Aperture book program and of The PhotoBook Review; Mutsuko Ota, editorial director of IMA magazine; and Anne Wilkes Tucker, photography curator.

The thirty-seven selected photobooks will be exhibited at Paris Photo in the Publishers Space. A final jury in Paris will select the winners for all three prizes, which will be revealed on November 14, 2014. The winner of First PhotoBook will be awarded $10,000.

More about the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards

See the past editions of the Awards

See the list of publishers who participate to the 2014 edition

The Photobook Awards are supported by Amana

Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards pre-jury - Sept 26, 2014
Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards pre-jury - Sept 26, 2014
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