Posts Tagged ‘talk’
On March 5 I am participating in a debate about self-publishing: “Bringing together the makers’, publishers’ and distributors’ points of view on contemporary publishing as a vector for works of art and as a work in itself. Artists-led books, self and independent publishing will be questioned, as well as the articulation between the self, the collective and the public. Can the book be a shared object, an alternative way of making things public? A debate with bookshop owner Andrea Copetti (Tipi bookshop) and artists Elisabeth Tonnard and Vincent Delbrouck, animated by Loraine Furter (Fernand Baudin Prize).”
It is organized by the photography department of Sint-Lukas in Brussels and open to anyone interested.
Wednesday 5 March 2014, 19:00h
Books on display from 18:30h
LUCA School of Arts, Campus Sint-Lukas
Paleizenstraat 70, 1030 Brussels
C -3.17 (small auditorium)
Three new books will be available: The Man of the Crowd, The Gospel of the Photographer, and The Kingdom. There will be a postcard set offered with Highlights in the History of The Invisible Book. And the 2013 release of In this Dark Wood will be launched by J&L Books.
On September 20 at 4PM, Chris Burnett and I will talk about In this Dark Wood and present a glimpse into the unique artifact that is the source of the book’s images: the Selle collection of more than one million street vendor photographs taken in San Francisco from the 1940s until the 1970s. A celebration of ephemeral images in a mix of slideshow, reading, and lecture. Presented by J&L Books in The Classroom, curated by David Senior. The Classroom is in the main building at MoMA PS1.
At our table we will also have Chris Burnett signing The Rest of the World on September 20 at 6PM.
On February 3rd, 1PM, I will give a presentation about my work at the NRW-Forum, Ehrenhof 2, 40479 Düsseldorf. The presentation is part of the Düsseldorf Photobook Salon, curated by Jeff Ladd and Stefanie Armbruster. ABC Artists’ Books Cooperative will have a table at this Salon, you can see my books there too. The Photobook Salon will consist of a book marketplace, book signings, book launches, lectures and an exhibition of books by the American photographer Stephen Shore. Opening hours: Friday, February 1st from 19:00-0.00, Saturday, February 2nd and Sunday, February 3rd from 11:00-19:00.