28 July 2014

Fashion Photography Next

A book I contributed to titled Fashion Photography Next by writer and curator Magdalene Keaney is finally out this month, published by Thames & Hudson! The book features 35 photographers from 14 different countries, spread across 272 pages with as many illustrations, 208 in colour.

Magdalene has written a brilliant extended essay to introduce the ideas behind the book. In addition, she or I have written an approximately 500 word text analysing the work of each photographer, and describing their background and working methods.

I have written pieces about Baker & Evans (bag below), Kasia Bobula, Timur Celikdag, Jonathan Hallam (woman above), Samuel Hodge (install shot below), Chad Moore, Hanna Putz (birds below), Dennis Schoenberg, Saga Sig, Philippe Vogelenzang, Chardchakaj Waikawee (punk below), and Ruvan Wijesooriya.

The other amazing photographers included in the book are Mel Bles, Charlie Engman, Jermaine Francis, Boo George, Jamie Hawkesworth, Alice Hawkins, Erik Madigan Heck, Julia Hetta, Axel Hoedt, Laetitia Hotte, Daniel Jackson, Bruna Kazinoti, Immo Klink, Tyrone Lebon, Joss McKinley, Laetitia Negre, Daniel Riera, Robi Rodriguez, Daniel Sannwald, Clare Shilland, Jacob Sutton, Tung Walsh, and Harley Weir.

Fashion Photography Next retails for £24.95 (ISBN 9780500544358). For more information or to order, visit: thamesandhudson.com/Fashion_Photography_Next/9780500544358

Parallel to the book, there is an exhibition curated by Magdalene Keaney. 'Don't Stop Now: Fashion Photography Next' opened on Thursday 10 July 2014 at Foam, Amsterdam, where it runs through 7 September 2014 (more info here). The exhibition will travel to London's Fashion Space Gallery in early 2015.

EDIT: Fashion Photography Next was selected as one of the 'Best Photobooks of the Year 2014' by American Photo magazine!


Anonymous Fashion Photographer said...

Yes absolutely nice suggestions you have posted here, i really appreciate your thoughts & photography keep it continue.

02 August, 2014 11:27  

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