1. Martin Parr presents Life's a Beach

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    Martin Parr talks about his love for photographing the beach, and how it has culminated in his latest book, Life's a Beach.

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    • KARMA / Photographer: Óscar Monzón — First PhotoBook Award

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      • TurnOnArt TV Episode 3 | Paris Photo & Offprint

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        In the third episode of TurnOnArt TV we pop by the hotspots you can't miss if you visit Paris in November, a melting pot for those interested in photography and books. Music: Feed Me & Crystal Fighters - 'Love Is All I Got' / Changes feat. Wad Ad - 'Faul' Video: Adrián Ruiz-Martín ivorypress.com turnonart.com

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        • PRESENTATION OF THE PHOTOBOOKS AWARDS BY CHRIS BOOT & LESLEY MARTIN (2012)

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          A presentation of the photobook sector and the PARIS PHOTO APERTURE FOUNDATION PHOTOBOOK AWARDS 2012 -

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          • Aperture Portfolio Prize 2015 Call For Entries

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            The call for entries is now open for the Aperture Portfolio Prize 2015. The call for entries closes December 2, 2014

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            • The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip

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              Aperture's Fall 2014 book release, 'The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip' is the first book to explore the photographic road trip as a genre. It opens with a comprehensive introduction, which traces the rise of road culture in America and considers photographers on the move across the country and across the century, from the early 1900s to present day. Here, editor Denise Wolff, author David Campany, and featured photographers Joel Meyerowitz, Justine Kurland, and Todd Hido discuss the book, and their own relationship to the the road. 'The Open Road' is a visual tour-de-force, pres­enting the story of photographers for whom the American road is muse.

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              • Hidden Islam by Nicoló Degiorgis - First PhotoBook 2014

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                Nicoló Degiorgis, Hidden Islam Rorhof / Bolzano Bozen, Italy, 2014 / Designed by Nicoló Degiorgis and Walter Hutton / rorhof.com The entries to this year’s Awards were rife with gatefolds, and Hidden Islam uses this device on every spread. This hardcover book is a clever survey of the inconspicuous locations where Muslims in northeast Italy have been forced to gather to pray, its pages opening to reveal worshippers assembled behind non-descript facades. Mutsuko Ota praised the way “the smart design brings you closer to the subject”—from the map on the book’s jacket, to the black-and-white exteriors of buildings on the outside of the gatefolds, to the full-color interior shots within. Ota adds, “After seeing this book, you can’t help but think of what might be hidden in your own city. It reads almost as a topological survey.”

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                • Aperture at Sixty

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                  A film to mark the sixtieth anniversary of Aperture, and to honor the many photographers and writers whose work has shaped the Aperture legacy.

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                  • Imaginary Club by Oliver Sieber - PhotoBook of the Year 2014

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                    Oliver Sieber, Imaginary Club Editions GwinZegal and BöhmKobayashi / Brittany, France, and Düsseldorf, Germany / Designed by BöhmKobayashi / gwinzegal.com / boehmkobayashi.de Oliver Sieber’s photographs of young people from underground subcultures across Europe, the U.S., and Japan are collected in this substantial tome, which intersperses these quasi-ethnographic color portraits with snapshots of concerts and street corners. Diverse sequencing creates the impression of a wide-ranging, uncategorizable global movement, and the design echoes the series’ revelations: the thick paperback cover drops away from the left side of the book block when it’s opened, exposing the glued and bound spine hiding under a smooth exterior. “We’ve seen different iterations of this project over the years, and it’s great to see his images together in a very complete form,” comments Todd Hido.

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