This week, we are proud to present a host of titles from the Best Books of 2010, our annual survey of the best books of the year, as selected by twenty-seven of the world's foremost photographers, curators, critics and publishers.
Selected by Alec Soth, Fabrice Wagner and Michael Schmelling — Jason Fulford's The Mushroom Collector presents a series of photographs inspired by, and in dialog with, a selection of images from a box of amateur snapshots of mushrooms, discovered at a flea-market and given to Fulford by a friend. About this stunning monograph, Alec Soth explains "...after living with it for weeks, I can finally set aside my insane jealousy and proclaim this not only my top book of the year, but one of my all-time favorites." Signed copies of this seminal monograph are now in stock and available for order.
Selected by Elizabeth Avedon, John Gossage and Todd Hido — William Eggleston's For Now, presenting eighty-seven never before seen photographs selected from the Eggleston archives by film-maker Michael Almereyda. John Gossage writes "Bill's unknown pictures from mostly the 70s and 80s, 26 of which will change the way I see." Copies of this stunning monograph are now in stock and available for order.
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