PHOTOBOOKS OF NOTE 2019 - CLINT WOODSIDE

i'm not much of a writer. I leave that kind of thing for people who are better at that kind of thing like Brad. This is actually my first list and its weird for me to do it, but a few friends have been on me to do it this time around and, well... fair's fair.

I love photobooks... I love the community we are all part of. While i didn't get to see all the books this year, these are some of the ones that stood out in absolutely no particular order.

 

Jack Lathem - Parliament of Owls

 

Georgre Georgiou - Americans Parade

 

David Benjamin Sherry - American Monuments

 

Tania Franco Klein - Positive Disintegration

 

Tim Carpenter - Christmas Day, Bucks Pond Road

 

Jenia Fridlyand - Entrance to our Valley

 

Mark Steinmetz - Summer Camp

 

Aaron Schuman - Slant

 

Cole Barash - Stiya
 *editors note: yeah... we put this out. whatever... i just fucking love this book. 

 

Gus Powell - Family Car Trouble

 

John Lehr - The Island Position

 

Dylan Hausthor & Paul Guilmoth - Sleep Creek



Clint Woodside runs this crazy thing called Deadbeat Club. He's alright. (yeah... its Clint writing this... this is weird.)