We are super excited that one of our favourite London book shops is moving to a new venue. After 11 years on Charing Cross, Claire de Rouen will open at their new address – 4 Herald Street, London E2 6JT To celebrate they will be hosting a weekend of book and magazine events. Our own … Continued
Month: November 2017
We can now announce our full line up of book signings at Polycopies next week. Thursday 9 November 18.00, Gideon Mendel ‘DZHANGAL’ Friday 10 November 15.00, Chloe Sells, ‘Flamingo’ Saturday 11 November 16:00, Brian Griffin, ‘POP’ We hope to see some of you there!
‘Nowhere Far’, the first monograph by Nicholas Hughes, has been 15 years in the making and spans six separate series of abstract and ethereal landscapes. Hughes’s work is concerned with landscape, the environment and contemporary man’s relationship to these, examining the space between the world people habit and that which nature claims as its own. … Continued
Saturday 11 November 13.30 Havana Club, Rotonde de la Reine, Paris Photo Brian will be giving a short talk about his new book POP as part of a programme of artist talks organised by The Eyes Magazine at Paris Photo. Tuesday 21 November 19.30 – 21.00 London College of Communication. Admission free. Booking Essential https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pop-a-life-in-music-and-pictures-tickets-39330109416 … Continued
The publication of ‘Flamingo’ by Chloe Sells coincides with her first solo exhibition in Paris. ‘The Form that Strength has Leftâ€™ runs from 9 November â€“ 23 December 2017 at NextLevel Galerie. There will be a book signing during the exhibition preview from 18.30 – 20.30 on Thursday 9 November. Chloe’s work will also be … Continued
We are delighted to announce that Kate Clifford has joined GOST as Editorial Director. Katie has extensive experience, most recently at Aperture Foundation in New York. She will be taking over the day-to-day running of GOST and helping to spearhead operations in the US. Katie can be reached on email@example.com Welcome to the team Katie!