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Kraszna-Krausz Book Awards 2016 announces Best Photography Book Shortlist

Since 1985, the awards have been one of the UK’s leading prizes for books on photography and the moving image. In addition to the Book Awards, the Foundation contributes to the National Media Museum First Book Award, in partnership with the celebrated photobook publisher MACK. The recipient of this prize works alongside MACK to realise a monographic book project of previously unpublished work. Here are the shortlisted projects for the 2016 edition of the prize: Best Photography Book Award Shortlist Selected by judges Anne Lyden (Chair), Mark Power and Julian Stallabrass This year’s photography shortlist includes a retrospective of rare Soviet photobooks, a meditation on memory through the prism of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and an insight into the lives of nine young people living in post-revolution Iran. · The Soviet Photobook 1920–1941, by Mikhail Karasik, edited by Manfred Heiting (Steidl) · The Erasure Trilogy, by Fazal Sheikh (Steidl) · Blank Pages of an Iranian Photo Album, by Newsha Tavakolian (Kehrer Verlag) Best Moving Image Book Award Shortlist Selected by judges James Bell (Chair), Rhianna Dhillon …


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