TIME Special Preview: A Guide to the Best Spring/Summer Photo Books

Danny Lyon, The Seventh Dog
Danny Lyon—Phaidon
Danny Lyon's The Seventh Dog, published by Phaidon.

Photographer of all things rebellious and quietly wild, Phaidon's retrospective covers nearly 7 decades of Danny Lyon's work and includes some never-before-seen images and mixed media work, along with written commentary by the man behind the lens.

LightBox presents a special preview of the season’s best photography books, featuring releases as varied as a monograph on Danny Lyon; inspired contemporary work by Richard Renaldi; a poignant reflection on the lingering anxieties of war by Peter van Agtmael; and a re-envisioned edition of Jim Goldberg’s groundbreaking 1985 book, Rich and Poor.

In an age when so many of us experience photography almost exclusively on digital screens, these beautifully produced publications, from publishers large and small, proudly embrace the power of print and keep the brilliant tradition of the photobook very much alive.

If you are a publisher and would like to submit a title for our Fall/Winter edition of the Guide, please contact lightbox@time.com.


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