PHOTOBOOKS OF NOTE 2019 - CHRIS MCCALL
Hundreds of books come out each year, which is great, and I wish I could look through them all.
From the ones I did peruse - these floated to the top.
I am positive there are other great books I never got to explore, and look forward to seeing them on other lists.
If it was elementary school gym class - I am selecting in this order.
Family Car Trouble by Gus Powell
When Red Disappears by Elspeth Diederix
Omaha Sketchbook by Gregory Halpern
Christmas Day, Bucks Pond Road by Tim Carpenter
The Ice Plant
Notes on Fundamental Joy; seeking the elimination of oppression through the social and political transformation of the patriarchy that otherwise threatens to bury us by Carmen Winant
Hexamiles (Mont-Voisin) by Batia Suter
The Canary and The Hammer by Lisa Barnard
The Island Position by John Lehr
how lonely, to be a marsh by Madeline Cass
Chris McCall is director of Pier 24 in San Francisco, perhaps the the best place in the world to view photographic works. The Pier is facing a possible eviction right now, after a $18,000 rent increase... and we here at Deadbeat Club would hate to see Pier 24 go. Read more about it here.