John Myers - The Guide
- PRE-ORDER 1st April 2021, RRB Photobooks
- 248mm x 285.2mm, 116 pages
- ISBN 9781916057579
- Edition 800 copies including 50 with 10x8” signed and limited silverprint of
- House and garden, Chawn Hill, Stourbridge, 1979 (image 2)
- All pre order copies include a signed postcard of Mr Jackson, 1973.
- Prices will rise to RRP £35 | £150 with print after pre ordering period
Forthcoming from RRB Photobooks is John Myers’ The Guide, containing 79 of Myers’ best loved images and the stories behind them.
“...there are images in this book that I just cannot see being made...ever, let alone when they were And THEY WORK... How does one come up with taking those images?” - Brad Feuerhelm
Drawing from all three of Myers’ previous books published by RRB Photobooks, The Guide is the best of The Portraits, Looking at the Overlooked and The End Of Industry combined with Myer’s unique prose, providing the only definitive answer to Feuerhelm’s question. Myers demonstrates his remarkable self-awareness with a wry wit in describing his pictures, like the best of teachers he is neither dry nor academic but draws the reader into conversation.
The Guide is very much a photobook, its large format gives Myers’ images the size and space they deserve. Each story stands on its own page among its companion images, allowing the text to be dipped into at will as the eye takes in the rich visuals.
Also featured in The Guide are 5 previously unpublished images, including two rare self portraits contemporaneous with the rest of Myers’ work. The Guide
is a window into the man himself, these new images adding visual context to Myers’ words.
The Guide is due to be published 1st April 2021, the first edition includes 50 copies accompanied by a 10x8” signed and limited silver-print. All pre order copies include a signed postcard of Mr Jackson, 1973.
EU Customers -Please check our new guide to import charges and taxes here before pre-ordering.
Our partners at ArtBookCologne will also be offering this title for pre-order, so you can pre-order from within the EU if you prefer. We will update all our EU customers as soon as this becomes available.
Signed copies of The Guide are not available due to Covid-19.