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Kraszna-Krausz Foundation Book Award
The House of the Seven Women book is on display at Photo London as one of the longisted titles for this year's Kraszna Krausz Foundation Book Award.
The Kraszna-Krausz Foundation was created by Andor Kraszna-Krausz, the founder of Focal Press.
Since 1985 the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation Book Awards have been the UK’s leading prizes for books on photography and the moving image. Winning books have been those which make original and lasting educational, professional, historical and cultural contributions to the field.
In addition to the Book Awards, the Foundation contributes to the First Book Award, in partnership with MACK. The recipient of this prize works alongside MACK to realise a monographic book project of previously unpublished work.
The Foundation also presents awards recognising an Outstanding Contribution to Publishing and a Fellowship in Photography.
Best Photography Book
- Looking for Alice by David Chandler Sian Davey (Trolley)
- Provoke: Between Protest and Performance by Diane Dafour, Duncan Forbes, Matthew Witkovsky, eds. (Steidl)
- Adam Golfer: A House Without a Roof by Adam Golfer (Booklyn)
- Sugar Paper Theories by Professor Gisli Gudjónsson, Jack Latham (Here Press)
- The House of The Seven Women by Tito Mouraz (Dewi Lewis)
- Magic Party Place by A.E. Alexander, CJ Clarke, Dennis Hayes (Kehrer Verlag)
- Robert Mapplethorpe: The Archive by Frances Turpak, Michele Brunnick, eds. (Getty Research Institute)
- Maximilian Stejskal – Folklig Idrott by Marie-Isabel Vogel and Alain Rappaport,eds. (Edition Patrick Frey)
- Highway Kind by Justine Kurland, Lynne Tillman (Aperture)
- The Altering Eye: Photographs from the National Gallery of Art by Sarah Greenough, ed. (Thames and Hudson)