|aHow we see :|bphotobooks by women /|cedited by Russet Lederman, Olga Yatskevich and Michael Lang ; [essays, Valentina Abenavoli, Ishiuchi Miyako, Kristen Lubben].
|aPhotobooks by women
|aNew York City :|b10x10 Photobooks,|cc2018.
|a301 p. :|bill. (some col.) ;|c25 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|tIntroduction: how we see it /|rRusset Lederman, Olga Tatskevich, Michael Lang --|tPartial histories: looking at photobooks by women /|rKirsten Lubben --|tReflections on photobooks /|rIsiuchi Miyako --|tSwaying time on a flat land /|rValentina Abenavoli --|tReading room photobboks: one hundred contemporary photobooks --|t001-010 /|rMariela Sancari --|t011-020 /|rDelphine Bedel & Frederique Destribats --|t021-031 /|rIlgin Deniz Akseloglu --|t031-040 /|rIona Fergusson --|t041-050 /|rLesley A. Martin --|t051-060 /|rDaria Tuminas --|t061-070 /|rAmanda Ling-Ning Lo --|t071-080 /|rOluremi D. Onabanjo --|t081-090 /|rFederica Chiocchetti --|t091-100 /|rMiwa Susuda --|t101-200: Historical photobooks --|tWomen and photobooks: a brief history.
|a"How We See: Photobooks by Women, 10x10 Photobooks' latest project and publication presents a global range of 21st-century photobooks by female photographers. With historical records establishing 19th-century British photographer Anna Atkins's Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions (1843-1853) as the 1st photobook, it is not surprising that women have consistently contributed to the rich history of photobook making. 10x10 Photobooks has organized How We See--a hands-on reading room, "book on books" publication and series of public events--to explore the distinctive content, design and intellectual attributes in photobooks produced by women."--Publisher's website, accessed 5/9/2018.