Copenhagen Photo Festival 3-13 June 2021 Hayal & Hakikat by Cemre Yeşil Gönenli is going on display at Copenhagen Photo Festival from tomorrow until the 13 June. The theme of this year’s festival is ‘Identity. Society. Vision’ and Cemre’s exhibition is one of the six solo artist shows at the Festival and links with the … Continued
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Congratulations to Witold Krassowski, Cemre Yeşil Gönenli and Elliott Erwit – their recent books Sackcloth and Ashes, Hayal & Hakikat and Found, Not Lost have been selected for the Best Photography Book of the Year Award exhibition at PHotoESPAÑA. The books are all in the International Category and will be on display at PHotoESPAÑA Gallery … Continued
The Sheffield Project: Photographs of a Changing City Weston Park Museum, Sheffield 23 May – 28 November 2021 Further information here John Davies’ photographs of Sheffield will be going on display as part of the exhibition The Sheffield Project: Photographs of a Changing City. The exhibition will display work by socially-engaged photographers, including John Kippin … Continued
Congratulations to Cemre Yeşil Gönenli – her book Hayal & Hakikat is on the longlist for the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation Photography Book Award. The long and short list was announced today and a massive congratulations to the four photographers on the shortlist – Poulomi Basu, Myles Russell-Cook, Maria Kapajeva and Sunil Gupta. Find out more … Continued
THE ART OF PHOTO BOOKS Magnum Learn Online Seminar Series 27 – 28 April 2021 GOST Director, Stuart Smith, will be presenting a series of case studies on book design as part of this series of online Magnum seminars. Other seminar speakers include Alec Soth, Bieke Depoorter, and Sohrab Hura. More information here. Photo: Rafal … Continued
UB Photobook Club 28 April, 16.00 EST, 21.00 BST Stacy with be in conversation with Naomi Harris, founder of UB Photobook Club next week to discuss her new book The Moon Belongs to Everyone. The bookclub is free to attend on zoom and you can access it here. Meeting ID: 962 9322 0446 Passcode: sunny16
Visages d’Europe, Paris From 30 April 2021 Photographs from Paradise City by Sébastien Cuvelier will go on display as part of the exhibition ‘Visages d’Europe’ (Faces of Europe) in Paris from 30 April 2021. Sébastien’s work will be representing Luxembourg and the exhibition is curated by Fetart in collaboration with EUNIC Paris. The exhibition will … Continued
Live Spaces | Books – Spazi Fotografici 24 March 2021, 18.00 (GMT), 19.00 (CET) Rocco Rorandelli will be live on Spazi Fotografic’s facebook discussing his 2019 book ‘Bitter Leaves’ in conversation with Claudia Paladini and Stuart Smith from GOST. Further information here.
8 April 2021, 1 PM (EST) Karolina Gembara will be in conversation with photo editor, photographer and curator Meg Handler on 13 April 1pm EST as part of 10×10 Photobooks ongoing series of #INSTAsalons. Live from Warsaw and Chicago they will be discussing the Archive of Public Protest’s ‘Strike’ newspaper and photo-activism.
ICP Alumni Talk – New Photobook Releases 30 March 2021, 6 PM (EST) Stacy Mehrfar will join Todd Darling and Esther Horvath—all alumni of ICP’s One-Year Certificate Programs—to show and discuss their recent photobooks in a conversation moderated by ICP’s Managing Director of Programs David Campany. The conversation will highlight their experience of making and releasing … Continued
The winner of the ICP / GOST First Photo Book Award 2020 is Léonard Pongo for the series The Uncanny. The shortlisted photographers are Jenica Heintzelman, Nura Qureshi, Bianca and riel Sturchio, Ilona Szwarc and Cansu Yıldıran. Pongo will have his first photo book designed, edited, printed and published by the ICP / GOST imprint, … Continued
24 – 28 February 2021 pmvabf.org This new virtual Fair expands upon the rich tradition of the long running NY and LA Art Book Fairs, including over 400 exhibitors from 43 countries, with online programmes, performances and games. GOST Books will be present a selection of our Special Editions and new and forthcoming titles by … Continued