Jesse’s book review, A Criminal Investigation by Watabe Yukichi Jesse is on a well deserved vacation at the moment. But he has been awesome enough to leave a couple of book reviews for us. I consider these reviews to be an integral part of the site and I really hope you enjoy them as much as […]
Jesse’s book review, Man and Woman by Eikoh Hosoe Another fantastic review of a beautiful Japanese photobook by Jesse. This time a study of the human body. Some of these images may have your work colleagues looking over your shoulder.
Jesse’s book review, Flash Up by Seiji Kurata They keep on coming thick and fast. Jesse shares with us a seriously raw Japanese street photography book. Come and check this one out. Some images may be considered NSFW.
Jesse’s Book Review – Last Resort by Martin Parr Jesse is back and this time he is reviewing a well known and well covered western photo book for a change. Last resort was one of the first photo books I ever saw, so I am very happy to feature this.
Jesse’s book review, 1920′s Expressionism by Kitai Kazuo We have been away for a couple of weeks but now Jesse is back on the program. And he brings us a really understated book review this time, from another Japanese master. Check it out.
Jesse’s book review, Nippon Nendai 1970 by Kitai Kazuo Jesse returns with another great review of a Japanese photo book. Kitai sans books shows a side of Japan that has almost disappeared now, a beautiful look at Japan it what was actually the boom time. Enjoy.
Jesse’s book review, On the Road by Daido Moriyama Jesse has had a little vacation, but now he is back with a great review of a great book. It is particularly hard to do reviews of such well known photographers when they have the weight of many words behind them, but Jesse covers the Moriyama […]
Jesse’s book review, Labyrinth of Dreams by Sogo Ishii This time Jesse brings us a book from a movie from the world of Japanese cinema. A very interesting adaptation of a movie into a photobook. Come and check it out.
Jesse’s book review, A sentimental Journey by Araki This is one that I hoped Jesse would do. Probably one of the most well known of Araki’s books, this one has been reviewed many times, but Jesse covers it with his own thoughtful style.
Jesse’s book review, On Reading by Kai Fusayoshi After a little break Jesse is back with a lovely little review of a little known Japanese photo book. Read on and find something new.