2022 Paris Photo–Aperture PhotoBook Awards Shortlist

January 14 - March 12, 2023

Printed Matter is pleased to host an exhibition of the 2022 Paris Photo–Aperture PhotoBook Awards Shortlist.

Join us for an opening reception on Saturday, January 14 at 2–5pm at Printed Matter.

Paris Photo and Aperture present the shortlist for the 2022 Paris Photo–Aperture PhotoBook Awards, on the tenth anniversary of the awards—a celebration of the photobook’s contributions to the evolving narrative of photography. The award recognizes excellence in three major categories of photobook publishing: First PhotoBook, PhotoBook of the Year, and Photography Catalogue of the Year.

View this year’s shortlist selection.

Florence Bourgeois, director of Paris Photo, comments: “We are very proud to celebrate ten years of the PhotoBook Awards on this twenty-fifth anniversary of Paris Photo and the seventieth anniversary of Aperture. It is a delight to witness each year what this award means to the photography community, through the number and quality of entries received, but also through the ongoing enthusiasm around this medium that remains a central part of the Fair, bringing together so many artists, publishers, collectors, and enthusiasts alike.”

This year’s shortlist selection was made by a jury comprising: Clinton Cargill, visual editor, the New York Times; Lesley A. Martin, creative director, Aperture; Miwa Susuda, Dashwood Books; publisher, Session Press; Brian Wallis, executive director, Center for Photography at Woodstock; and Leslie M. Wilson, associate director for Academic Engagement and Research, Art Institute of Chicago.

The final jury in Paris included: Sunil Gupta, photographer and author; Anne Lacoste, director of the Institut pour la Photographie, Lille, France; Alain Quemin, professor of sociology of art at Université Paris-8 / Institut d’Etudes Européennes; Holly Roussell, independent curator and art historian; Pauline Vermare, independent curator, writer, and historian.

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