Assembled between 2008 and 2011, a series of ninety-six print-on-demand books explores the themes presented by modern everyday, amateur photographers. Images found on photo sharing sites such as Flickr have been gathered and ordered in a way to form a library of contemporary vernacular photography in the age of digital technology and online photo hosting. Each book is comprised of images that focus on a specific photographic event or idea, the grouping of photographs revealing recurring patterns in modern popular photography. The approach is encyclopedic, and the number of volumes is virtually endless but arbitrarily limited. The selection of themes is neither systematic nor does it follow any established criteria — the project’s structure mirrors the multifaceted, contradictory and chaotic practice of modern photography itself, based exclusively on the motto “You can observe a lot by watching.”
This is Vol. II of the two-volume paperback edition for budget collectors.
The 96 books: https://otherpeoplesphotographs.wordpress.com/
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Other People’s Photographs Published June 29, 2011
American Photographs Published May 25, 2011
L.A. Women Published May 17, 2011
Seventy-Five Are Better Than Thirty-Two Published February 09, 2011
O Campo Published April 07, 2010
Joachim Schmid Is Martin Parr · Martin Parr Is Joachim Schmid Published November 05, 2009
In Dialogue Published June 19, 2009