HOW WE SEE: PHOTOBOOKS BY WOMEN
Category: Monographs photographers
This anthology documents ‘How We See’, a travelling public reading room comprising 100 photography books by an international range of female photographers. Although women have made significant contributions to the rich history of photobooks, their numbers in prominent publisher inventories and among widely promoted books are relatively small when compared to their male peers. This close examination of the distinctive qualities of these books by women, such as content, design, and intellectual attributes, offers a means of understanding and re-establishing their place within the photobook practice and genre. Includes an annotated history, essays, and reference lists.