The Best Six Photography Books Of 2015

A Lebanese journalist’s archive, prisons worldwide, gay cruising, child labor in DRC, an inside view of Chinese celebrity, and a newspaper about a newspaper.

Pete Brook
Dec 22, 2015 · 11 min read


Six Books Pete Picked Up This Year and Liked

How four books mailed to the author and two other books he bought in crowdfunding campaigns made the grade


In The Vale of Cashmere by Thomas Roma (Powerhouse)


Fan by Rian Dundon (Modes Vu)


Pony Congo’ by Vicente Paredes (This Book Is True)


A Lebanese Archive’ by Ania Dabrowska (Bookworks + Arab Image Foundation)


Al Campbell, copy editor, 8:09pm, 2009. © Will Steacy, from ‘Deadline’

Deadline’ by Will Steacy (b.frank books)

TL: Old Computers, 5:59pm, 2011. TR: Cubicle. Arts and Features Desk. 2011. BL: Steacy’s DEADLINE. BR: Sunday Advertising Supplements, 5:01pm, 2011

Law & Order’ by Jan Banning

Vantage

Perspectives on Visual Storytelling

Pete Brook

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Writer, curator and educator focused on photo, prisons and power. SF Bay Area, Calif. www.prisonphotography.org

Vantage

Vantage

Perspectives on Visual Storytelling