Photobooks of 2019: A Summary

Photobooks of 2019: A Summary

For our annual feature, we have once again invited people from a cross-section of photobook disciplines to select their favourite photobooks of the past year.  26 photographers, publishers, writers, booksellers and collectors shared their ‘Photobooks of 2019‘, with a view to shining a light on both familiar and some lesser exposed books.

This year’s contributors were as follows:

Todd Hido
Ed Templeton
Miwa Susuda
Robin Titchener
Rachel and Gregory Barker
Terri Weifenbach
Rémi Coignet
10×10 Photobooks

John Gossage
Brad Feuerhelm

Amanda Ling-Ning Lo
Bryan Schutmaat
Cécile Poimboeuf-Koizumi
Rob Hornstra
Raymond Meeks
Sarah Allen

Simon Baker
Eva-Maria Kunz
Gabriela Cendoya

Jeffrey Ladd
John Sypal
Mark Power
Vanessa Winship
Awoiska van der Molen
Martin Amis

A range of selected books can be purchased at Photobookstore here.

The most popular books were as follows:

The Pillar by Stephen Gill (12 selections)

Americans Parade by George Georgiou (6 selections)
Christmas Day, Bucks Pond Road by Tim Carpenter (6 selections)
Slant by Aaron Schuman (6 selections)

Entrance to Our Valley by Jenia Fridyland (5 selections)
Should Nature Change by John Gossage (5 selections)

Carnival by Mark Steinmetz (4 selections)

Elf Dalia by Maja Daniels (3 selections)
Hereafter by Federico Clavarino (3 selections)
New Dutch Views by Marwan Bassiouni (3 selections)
So it Goes by Miho Kajioka (3 selections)
Stockholm by Anders Petersen (3 selections)
The Coast by Sohrab Hura (3 selections)
The Unforgetting by Peter Watkins (3 selections)
Were it not for by Michael Ashkin (3 selections)

Image: top – The Pillar by Stephen Gill

Photobooks of 2019