Top 3 Editors Pick Books august 2018 | Photography Books

August 9, 2018 By TheNewYorkNews

Top 3 Editors Pick Books august 2018 | Photography Books

Top 3 Editors Pick Books august 2018

This month we listed in this Top 3 Editors Pick list, the Best Photography Books selection!

All of this Photography Books we think will resonate most with you, our readers.


Massimo Listri The most beautiful libraries taschen book editors pick review the new york news

The World’s Most Beautiful Libraries XXL

Massimo Listri

From the mighty halls of ancient Alexandria to a camel bookmobile on the Kenyan-Somali border, human beings have had a long, enraptured relationship with libraries. Like no other concept and like no other space, the collection of knowledge, learning, and imagination offers a sense of infinite possibility. It’s the unrivaled realm of discovery, where every faded manuscript or mighty clothbound tome might reveal a provocative new idea, a far-flung fantasy, an ancient belief, a religious conviction, or a whole new way of being in the world.

In this new, one of the best Photography Books, a photographic journey, Massimo Listri travels to some of the oldest and finest libraries to reveal their architectural, historical, and imaginative wonder. Through great wooden doors, up spiraling staircases, and along exquisite, shelf-lined corridors, he leads us through outstanding private, public, educational, and monastic libraries, dating as far back as 766. Between them, these medieval, classical, baroque, rococo, and 19th-century institutions hold some of the most precious records of human thought and deed, inscribed and printed in manuscripts, volumes, papyrus scrolls, and incunabula. In each, Listri’s poised images capture the library’s unique atmosphere, as much as their most prized holdings and design details.


2  Texas BBQ Small Town to Downtown Jack and Doris Smothers Series in Texas History Life and Culture The New York news Book Reviews Editors Pick Book

Texas BBQ, Small Town to Downtown (Jack and Doris Smothers Series in Texas History, Life, and Culture)

Wyatt McSpadden (Author), Daniel Vaughn (Author), Aaron Franklin (Foreword)

In Texas BBQ, Wyatt McSpadden immortalized the barbecue joints of rural Texas in richly authentic photographs that made the people and places in his images appear as timeless as barbecue itself. The book found a wide, appreciative audience as barbecue surged to national popularity with the success of young urban pitmasters such as Austin’s Aaron Franklin, whose Franklin Barbecue has become the most-talked-about BBQ joint on the planet. Succulent, wood-smoked “old school” barbecue is now as easy to find in Dallas as in DeSoto, in Houston as in Hallettsville. In Texas BBQ, Small Town to Downtown, Wyatt McSpadden pays homage to this new urban barbecue scene, as well as to top-rated country joints, such as Snow’s in Lexington, that were under the radar or off the map when Texas BBQ was published. One of the most interesting Photography Books.

“Texas BBQ, Small Town to Downtown, takes us to a few slick urban spots, but it’s the out-of-the-way places that will likely stir more than an appetite in readers—they’ll stir a sense of adventure too.” (Texas Monthly 2018-07-01)

3  Abandoned Birmingham America Through Time The New York news Book Reviews Editors Pick Book

Abandoned Birmingham (America Through Time)

Leland Kent

Founded in 1871 after the Civil War, Birmingham rapidly grew as an industrial enterprise due to the abundance of the three raw materials used in making steel–iron ore, coal, and limestone. Birmingham’s rapid growth was due to the booming iron and steel industries giving it the nickname “Magic City” and “Pittsburgh of the South.” The city was named after Birmingham, England, as a nod to the major industrial powerhouse. The iron and steel industries began to dry up by the early 1970s, leaving behind dozens of abandoned structures that now dot the city’s landscape. In the last several years, Birmingham has begun to experience a rebirth. Money has been invested in reconstructing the historic downtown area into a pedestrian-friendly mixed-use district. In Abandoned Birmingham, photographer Leland Kent gives the reader an in-depth look at the forgotten buildings and factories throughout the city.

“”I feel like I’m kind of doing a favor by saving the place, saving the history of it.”” Inside Edition ”

What’s the Editors Pick?

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