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What’s On

CR’s pick of exhibitions, design events and creative activities for the week ahead including Hatch Show Print in London, Aesthetica Short Film Festival in York, Spiegelman retrospective in New York, Photobooks Now talk from Aperture Foundation’s Chris Boot in Washington, J.R. Eyerman Rediscovered in Paris and London, Gestalten Pop-Up Store in Hong Kong and The Craft of Album Art Design Workshop with StormStudios in London …

Black Noise by Keld Helmer-Petersen

Black Noise, Danish photographer Keld Helmer-Petersen’s new book, features a collection of high contrast abstract images reminiscent of his work from the 1960s

Best In Book

Our judges’ selection of the very best entries submitted this year including work by Richard Bailey, Ben Stockley and James Mollison.

Infidel by Tim Hetherington

Infidel is an intimate depiction of a US platoon at war against the Taliban in Korengal Valley by British photographer Tim Hetherington. The book offers a deep insight into the soldiers’ lives, including personal reflections by the soldiers themselves. The book is published in October by Chris Boot.

In Print: Swanlights, Maske, Spiller and The New Décor

By way of a round-up of some of the most interesting printed material to come into the CR office recently, here are a few images from new projects by Antony and the Johnsons, Phyllis Galembo, Andy Rementer, and A2/SW/HK

Where Children Sleep

Where Children Sleep, set to be published later this year by Chris Boot, is a collection of James Mollison’s photographs of childrens’ bedrooms from around the world. The book also contains a portrait of each child and, as you’d imagine, the differences between the spaces each one calls their own are striking

Simon Roberts, Election Artist, Wants YOU

Photographer Simon Roberts is Britain’s official Election Artist. As his latest project comes to a close, he’s still looking for people to take part in the first mass political photography venture of its kind in the UK

Under Exposed

Keld Helmer-Petersen is the best photographer you’ve never heard of. But a new book looks set to claim his place in the history of photography

The Photography Annual 2017

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The Annual 2018

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