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CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/20/2016

Source Photographic Review names 'Evidence' one of the 10 Greatest Photo Books of All Time

We are very proud to have published the 2004 edition of Evidence, the seminal conceptual photobook first published by Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel in 1977. So it's wonderful to see that Source Photographic Review has named the book one of the most important photobooks of all time - second only to Robert Frank: The Americans. Our reprint of the coveted 2004 edition will be available in April, 2017.

Source Photographic Review names 'Evidence' one of the 10 Greatest Photo Books of All Time

Source writes: "For the Photobook issue we have conducted a poll of people who have an informed opinion about photobooks. We have approached photographers, publishers, designers, booksellers, librarians, critics and curators, asking them to select ten books each. 112 have replied with 1,119 individual book nominations..."

See all of the winners at Source Photographic Review. To see the top 25 (some of which tied for their position) scroll down.

Source Photographic Review names 'Evidence' one of the 10 Greatest Photo Books of All Time

1) The Americans, Robert Frank, 1958.
2) Evidence, Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel, 1977.
3) The Ballad of Sexual Dependency, Nan Goldin, 1986.
4) New York, William Klein, 1956.
5) In Flagrante, Chris Killip, 1988.
5) Farewell Photography, Daido Moriyama, 1972.
7) Ravens, Masahisa Fukase, 1986.
8) The Map, Kikuji Kawada, 1965.
9) Diane Arbus: An Aperture Monograph, 1972.
9) Sentimental Journey, Nobuyoshi Araki, 1971.
9) William Eggleston's Guide, 1976.
9) For a language to come, Takuma Nakahira, 1970.
13) American Photographs, Walker Evans, 1938.
13) The Decisive Moment, Henri Cartier-Bresson, 1952.
13) Waffenruhe, Michael Schmidt, 1987.
16) Redheaded Peckerwood, Christian Patterson, 2012.
16) U-NI-TY, Michael Schmidt, 1996.

Source Photographic Review names 'Evidence' one of the 10 Greatest Photo Books of All Time
Source Photographic Review names 'Evidence' one of the 10 Greatest Photo Books of All Time
Source Photographic Review names 'Evidence' one of the 10 Greatest Photo Books of All Time
Source Photographic Review names 'Evidence' one of the 10 Greatest Photo Books of All Time
Source Photographic Review names 'Evidence' one of the 10 Greatest Photo Books of All Time
Source Photographic Review names 'Evidence' one of the 10 Greatest Photo Books of All Time

Larry Sultan & Mike Mandel: Evidence

Larry Sultan & Mike Mandel: Evidence

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Hbk, 9.75 x 9 in. / 92 pgs / 25 b&w / 61 duotone.

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