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RRB PHOTOBOOKS
Three New Books

Peter Mitchell’s new book Early Sunday Morning was always going to be a special event for us given our close association with Peter and John Myers who selected and sequenced the book. It has by far been our most successful title and stocks are low four months after publication. Fortunately there will be another Mitchell at the end of next year.
We remain committed to documentary photography with new publications from some of our existing photographers and also some new names to our list including Tom Wood and Jo Spence.
We are also looking forward to Bristol’s very own Photo Festival with which we are involved both as an active partner and publisher, with new books by participants Chris Hoare and James Barnor in the pipeline - see http://www.bristolphotofestival.org/ for more details.
Our new publishing project relating to Jo Spence in conjunction with James Hyman will see the facsimile of Jo’s MA Thesis which will coincide with a major exhibition at the Arnolfini. Further titles relating to Jo Spence’s life and influence are planned for the end of 2021 and beyond.

'Early Sunday Morning' - Peter Mitchell

Our flagship publication for the year, the success of which has been further buoyed by the response from the people of Leeds to the work. It’s always a great pleasure to bring more of Peter’s work into the public eye and this book is the best example yet of our continuing collaboration.

For more information:
https://www.rrbphotobooks.com/products/peter-mitchell-early-sunday-morning




'101 Pictures' - Tom Wood

This is our first book with the great Tom Wood, which was a particular delight as it contains such a breadth of images from across Wood’s oeuvre both well known and previously unpublished. While there are many fantastic Tom Wood books to choose from, if you were to pick only one we think this should be it!

For more information:
https://www.rrbphotobooks.com/products/tom-wood-101-pictures





'Zanjir' - Amak Mahmoodian

Published in late 2019, Zanjir is a more conceptual work than many of our other publications, weaving poetry, photography, diary entries and archival material to tell of connection and loss across continents and centuries. We are incredibly proud that the book has been shortlisted for the Photo-Text book award at Les Rencontres d’Arles, fitting recognition for Mahmoodian’s work along with designer Alejandro Acin.

For more information:
https://www.rrbphotobooks.com/products/amak-mahmoodian-zanjir