In this weekly column, Antoine Soubrier will review his favorite photography books, magazines, revues and fanzines. It’s a market that has seen an undeniable rise in popularity over the past few years, owing in part to the public’s increased interest in photography and their desire to have access to pictures without having to pay the exorbitant price of a print. Their rise is also a sign that visual artists are moving to isolate their work from the overflow of images on the Internet, thereby reviving the appeal of limited prints. These artists take great care in their production, varying between the state-of-the-art savoir-faire of Steidl to the distinctly homemade.
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