Conscientious Photography Magazine is published and edited by Joerg Colberg and is the follow-up to his award-winning photography website Conscientious that went online in 2002. Photobooks are a major topic on Conscientious Photography Magazine: a recent post from March 5, 2018, discusses exhibition catalogs as a photobook genre. There are regular reviews of new photobooks, singly and in small groups, that are titled as reviews and dated by the week of the year in which they appeared. For example, W43/2017 reviews two books that utilize images selected from archives. Palladium contains archival photographs of Latvian Soviet-era movie theaters, edited by Andrejs Strokins and I loved my wife by Dieter de Lathauwer contains photographs from 16 Austrian psychiatric institutions that functioned as concentration camps for the mentally ill, where thousands of patients, many of them children, were executed during the Second World War. There are interviews and conversations with close to 150 individual photographers, dating back to 2002. The topical index also covers Colberg's writing on both Conscientious (2002-2013) and Conscientious Photography Magazine (2013 - ) and is intended to help readers compare older content with new.
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