The PhotoBook

May 12, 2016

My take-away from Photo Book Independent

Books acquired Photo Book Independent 2016

copyright the photographers, 2016 Douglas Stockdale

A quick shout out of thanks to all of the photobook photographers & artist at Photo Book Independent. Above is a photo of my book acquisitions, trades & gifts. Not in any particular order, these include:

Aline Smithson’s Self & Others, published by The Magenta Foundation (lucky me, I have been coveting this book since it publication last year)

Kurt Simonson’s Northwoods Journals, published by Flash Powder Projects (very short meet up with Kurt, but as he is local in Long Beach, I may get an opportunity to meet-up and discuss his book project in more detail)

Ara Oshagan’s Mirror, self-published (has incorporated an interesting technology that links to music video composed by his subject, Cor Mkhitarian)

Choi Young-hwan’s two books, BABEL and REQUIEM, self-published

Sara Terry’s two artist books, Elvis in the Tree (10X Editions) and from her 2012 Guggenheim fellowship, Forgiveness & Conflict: Lessons from Africa, composed of an interesting assortment of six artist books and one film DVD, self-published. (Really lucky me to have Terry’s limited edition Guggenheim project in my collection!) btw, if you are interested in Terry’s Guggenehim artist book, you need to act fast as these are going quickly.

Kurt Simonson’s and Aline Smithson’s photobooks were juried into the Photo Book Independent book competition (which I was one of the judges).

I enjoyed participating and meeting up with all of these photographers as well as the many folks who stopped by my exhibition table to discuss photobook projects.

More about these books in the months to come.

Cheers!

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