The Hamburg-based, gay magazine Hinnerk featured the provocative imagery from Robert Greene’s Hairy.
Palm Beach Magazine gets nostalgic with a spread of photos from Harry Benson’s Harry Benson Photographs. The monograph spans sixty years, featuring moments from the lives of cultural icons of the twentieth and twenty-first century.
Joshua Lutz’s Meadowlands portrays the beauty and romance not often found in the nations most polluted area, New Jersey’s Meadowlands. [Read the Interview]
A series of quotes (in old-time script) accompanies many of the pictures in “Suburban Knights: A Return to the Middle Ages”. One woman describes a battle in the woods as “the best hour of my whole life … I felt like I was back in 1100 or 1066 fighting in the Battle of Hastings.” Says [...]
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The Indypendent featured Ed Kashi’s photographs of the Niger Delta and its inhabitants; the region produces more oil than any other in the world. [Read the article here]
Tom’s Guide featured Spacesuits: The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Collection and recommended that readers swing by powerHouse Arena to pick to a copy of their own. [Read the article]
Amnesty International UK’s site, Protect the Human, urges its followers to, in turn, follow the Curse of the Black Gold: 50 Years of Oil in the Niger Delta blog. Visit Protect the Human, or just go straight to the blog.
Tech blog, Gizmodo, featured Amanda Young’s photos from her book, Spacesuits: The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Collection. [Look here]
Steve Shapiro spoke on the Chicago Public Radio Show, Eight Forty-Eight about photographs from his book, Schapiro’s Heroes, featuring Marlon Brando, and on-set shots from The Godfather films. [Listen in]
Joel Grey is a man of many hats. Primarily he is known as a stage and screen actor, but in 2003, he came out with his first photo book Pictures I Had To Take, and continued in this vein—and publishing his books with powerHouse. [Read the article]
A photo book isn’t the sort of release one might normally expect from Joel Grey, so The New York Times blog, ArtsBeat, felt it necessary to clarify, these are [The Photographs of Joel Grey].
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The readers of More Magazine will undoubtedly remember Jessica Lange for her Academy Award nominated roles in Tootsie and Frances, but now they will also remember her for her photography. 50 Photographs is Jessica Lange’s first monograph and is a selection from her photos from the past fifteen years.
BPM Magazine featured Belgrade Belongs to Me, a book by Boogie, in which he presents images of his hometown, Belgrade; like his work with other cityscapes, Boogie not only focuses on the gritty caricature of urban culture, but also what makes his city unique.
i-D Magazine delves into Danielle Levitt’s debut monograph, We Are Experienced: a collection of portraits of adolescents flailing about within their own stylistic genre.
In a section on photography books, Publisher’s Weekly put a star next to Joshua Lutz’s debut monograph, Meadowlands; the book focuses on a heavily polluted area of New Jersey, called the Meadowlands, and Lutz’s images are breathtaking.
L’Uomo Vogue investigates the origins of guerilla-photography and of contemporary paparazzi technique in its feature on No Pictures, a collection of the work of the godfather of paparazzi, Ron Galella.
The Netherland’s LINDA. Magazine sat down with pioneer paparazzo, Ron Galella to discuss his book, No Pictures; it is a collection of his work over the years, featuring photos of various American icons of film and culture.
V Magazine suggested House Calls with William Carlos Williams, MD for its readers to get back into the school spirit! William Carlos Williams is the esteemed modernist poet who wrote, “This is Just to Say” and “The Red Wheelbarrow”.
The Advocate Magazine promoted the collection of Bruce Bellas photos and films called, Bruce of Los Angeles: Outside/Inside; Bellas is a pioneer photographer who perfected the aesthetic of erotica.
New York Magazine featured the work of Ron Galella, pioneer paparazzo, credited with giving “birth to the idea of modern American celebrity”.[Read article here]
In their issue dedicated to perfect publishing, PDN Magazine acknowledges powerHouse Books for its prowess in art book publishing, distribution and promotion: “powerHouse ain’t just a name”.