I can’t stand to see you cry listed as one of MoMA’s favorite Photo Books

Rahim Fortune’s I can’t stand to see you cry was listed by the Museum of Modern Art as one of their favorite photobooks of the year. Phil Taylor of MoMa writes, “Part elegy, part essay on time and place, Fortune’s book grapples with love, grief, family, community, and the presence of history and of those who precede us, all finely rendered in the subtle tonal gradations of black-and-white photographs.”

The was also listed as a top ten photography book of the year by Smithsonian and photographer Alec Soth. For more about the artist and to see a selection of his work, please see our Artist page.