Indie Photobook Library at Flash Forward Festival Boston June 8-10, 2012


The Indie Photobook Library is pleased to be part of the Flash Forward Festival again. This time in Boston! June 8-10, 2012

Fairmont Battery Wharf
Two Battery Wharf – 2nd FLOOR
Boston, Massachusetts 02109

Friday 11-6, Sat 10-6, Sunday 10-noon
FREE

The Flash Forward Festival was part of a milestone in iPL history as they hosted the entire library for our first pop-up exhibition ever at their Toronto festival in October of 2010. We look forward to being part of it again!

The following titles from the Indie Photobook Library archive will be on display.

Questions, Mark The Spot Alex Hogan
Anywhere But Here Alex McTigue
Low Land – High Hills Andrea Stultiens
Thuis Andrea Stultiens
Open Your Oaths Andrew Hirodo Grøb
Consequential Landscapes Vol 1 Andrew Kennedy
Consequential Landscapes Vol 2 Andrew Kennedy
The Last Road North Ben Huff
The Waiting Room: Photographs From Belarus Bill Crandall
Bath Carlos Loret de Mola
frank1377 Chiara Raffo
ALEX Christian Reister
Typewriter Christophe Dillinger
My Own Wilderness Christopher H. Paquette
Shaped After A Tale Clara Prioux
Between Here & Nowhere Clay Lipsky
Fading Light Clay Lipsky
The Well Ain’t Dry Cody Chandler
In Edmands Park Cynthia Staples
On Approach Daniel Milnor
Turns Davi Russo
The Terrorist’s Handbook David Schulz
Sibir Debby Huysmans
In This Dark Wood Elisabeth Tonnard
Two of Us Elisabeth Tonnard
UTILITE Ellen Korth
The Woods Emily Shur
Extra Ordinaire Emmanuel Pierrot
A Minha Casa É Onde Estás (My Home Is Where You Are) Filipe Casaca
How Terry Likes His Coffee Florian Van Roekel
Myth of the Flat Earth Francesca Tallone
If You Are Lucky, You Get Old Freya Najade
“75003″ Gianluca Tamorri
Railing At the Enthrallment to the Failing of the Light Hannah Laycock
Ten Convenient Stores Harlan Erskine
Studio Harry Watts
On Borrowed Time Henrik Malmström
Patterns Iciar Bravo
I Still Don’t Know Which Way To Go Jacob Pastrovich
Mutatis Mutandis Jan von Holleben
Desire Lines/ Olifantenpaadjes Jan-Dirk van der Burg
Golden Parachute Jared Ritz
He Opened Up Somewhere Along the Eastern Shore Jason Hanasik
Currents Jaye R. Phillips
A Piece of Heaven 1998 – 2008 Jeanne Friscia
PLAYGROUND Jeroen Hofman
Factory Visit Jerry Lim
A Moment Collected: Photographs At the Harvard Art Museum Jess Dugan
Heterotopia Jess Gough
Low Jesse Burke
City: Book One John MacLean
City: Book Two John MacLean
Thinner Air John Mann
Social Studies Jonathan Gitelson
Nowhere’s Home Jordan Sullivan
Imitation Of Lives Judith Erwes
Guidance And Disappearing Justin Audet
Don’t Die Justin Jamed Reed
The Color of Hay: The Peasants of Maramures, Transylvania Kathleen Laraia McLaughlin
Photographs : 2001-2009 Ken Rosenthal
Sexual Joy Through Self-Hypnosis Kristine Jakobsen
Nerves Laëtitia Donval
WHERE AM I (Berlin PART ONE/Day) Lena Guimont
Scram Lloyd Stubber
FADE Luca Piras
Watch The Weather Change Marco van Duyvendijk
On Wisconsin Mark Brautigam
Moldova / Last Resort Mark Nozeman
Бop / Bor Mark Nozeman
Matter Matthew Gamber, Jessica Eaton, Bill Sullivan
As I Was Following You Michela Palermo
Passport to Trespass Vol VI: I Can’t Remember Where I’ve Been Mikael Kennedy
Seven Verses Of Emptiness Mirjana Vrbaski
Witness: A Psychic Collaboration Nate Larson, Marni Shindelman
Portraits of the Public 2003-2011 Nathan Eldridge
England + France Nathan Lee Bush
Moscow Plastic Arts Nick Muellner
P.I. Nico Bick
Orgánica Oliver Ogden
Welcome Home Ori Jauch
On Thin Ice Paula McCartney
10×15 Quentin de Briey
These Photographs Will Heal Your Soul R. J. Shaughnessy
Breathing Walls Rhea Karam
Less Is More Robert Rutöd
Four Years, Three Deaths, Sweaty Armpits, And A Fetus Sarah Carlier
Something In The Way Scott Hubener
L’Eternal Est Grand Sean Stewart
Ankunft bei Aufbruch Sebastian Hesse, Andreas Rost, Christian Reister
Desperate Cars Sébastien Girard
Nothing But Home Sébastien Girard
Under House Arrest Sébastien Girard
FC Volga United Sergey Novikov
Remains To Be Seen Simon Kossoff
Ertussenuit Met Sjoerd Knibbeler Sjoerd Knibbeler
From Here Into Oblivion Stefan Vanthuyne
Defekty Stephen Grebinski
TROIS, Paris-Montréal Thomas Bouquin and Pascal Amoyel
Looters Tiane Doan na Champassak
The King Of Photography Tiane Doan Na Champassak
Tread Through Gray Tuomas Korpijaakko
GRAZED NYC Ute Huber-Leierer
Gomorrah Girl – second edition Valerio Spada
Collect.give: the book Various
Circulación #2 Various Photographers
Shutterclank Fall 2011 Photography Zine Various Photographers
Shutterclank Spring 2011 Photography Zine Various Photographers
The Constant Change Various Photographers
Waterfall: The Room Issue Various Photographers
Hans Kemna: Catalogue WassinkLundgren
Butterflies I Haven’t Seen There Yaniv Waissa
Murmures Yoann  Hagnéré & Viola Korosi
Intransition Yoav Horesh
Simple Matters Yuta Nakajima
1%of ONE Verlag Ein Schnitt Simone Haug, Rebekka Seubert
1%of ONE Verlag Rotes Heft Mitko Mitkov
1%of ONE Verlag Untitled 2010 Mitko Mitkov
1%ofONE Verlag Blaues Heft Mitko Mitkov
4478zine Bonsai Erik Van Der Weijde
Ahrens Editions Less Vegas Mauro D’Agati
Alauda Publications Elizabeth: I Want To Eat Mariken Wessels
Alauda Publications Museutopia Ilya Rabinovich
Allotrope Press Under Cover Of Darkness Fergus Jordan
Ampersand Gazed Upon Jen Davis, Cara Phillips, Stacey Tyrell
Ampersand Pure Photography Robert E. Jackson Collection
Ampersand Unarmed Clayton Cotterell
Antler Press Interlude Max Pigott
ARP2 Editions Straight In The Light Michel Mazzoni
ART&SEOUL HE—RO Yoo Byungseo
Artes Graficas Palermo S.L. CENSURA Julián Barón
Atem Books Emilie Björk Emilie Björk
Atem Books I’ll Be Your New York Lena Aliper
Big City Press Handmade Coney Island Malibu Beach Benjamin Acree, Robert Johnson, Jackson Eaton
BOOKLET 12 Tulips 12 Fertilizers Gaea Woods
Bump Books Underground David Solomons
Candela Salt & Truth Shelby Lee Adams
Charles Lane Press Interior Relations Ian van Coller
Cold Green Tea Press Living With Myself Forgetting David Agasi
Contentement Up Close Welmer Keesmaat
Culture Menu Silence | Tyla Gytis Skudzinskas
Doring Press Makarapa And Vuvuzela Ian Van Coller
doubleplusgood Books Abstract Polaroids Stuart Woodman
Echo Press ECHOLILIA / Sometimes I Wonder Timothy Archibald
Edition Kaune Sound Affects Christian Patterson
Editions FP&CF Dirty Negative Jeremy Jansen
Éditions FP&CF Memories, Miroir Noir Yann Orhan
Éditions FP&CF Tell Mum Everything Is Okay #5 Various Photographers
EightyOne Books Achill Linda Brownlee
Empty Stretch Twenty/12 Various Photographers
ES Books Open Mic Ewen Spencer
everymansland Paris Justin Winz
Fibra Casa VOL 1: APPROACHING THE ENCAPSULATED Sumeja Tulic
Fibra Casa VOL 2: PAR HASARD Adrià Cañameras
Fibra Casa VOL 3: ENDLESS VACATION Ada Hamza
Fibra Casa VOL 4: Andres Lehmann Andres Lehmann
Fw A Falling Horizon Heidi de Gier
good morning light Pluto Mariko Ogawa
good morning light Small View Gu Fan
good morning light Stil Licht Ananda Serne
Hassla Dying Birds Nicolai Howalt, Trine Søndergaard
Hassla Firework Studies Pierre Le Hors
Hassla The Strangeness Of This Idea Kate Steciw
Homeparkpress Recherche Birgit Krause
Homeparkpress Scars & Beauty Christopher Anhalt
Homeparkpress Stuttgart: 28 Photos aus dem Südwesten der Republik Christopher Anhalt
Humble Arts Foundation The Collector’s Guide to New Art Photography Vol. 2 Various Photographers
Hunter and James Two And Two John MacLean
Joscha Bruckert Romka Magazine #6 Various Photographers
Kaugummi Books Dondoro Estelle Hanania
Künstlerhaus Bethanien GmbH The Random Series Miguel Ángel Tornero
LABAS LABAS vol 2 Barnsley Nina Ahn
LABAS LABAS vol.1 Okinawa Jaeyou Kim
Latecomer Art Book Publishing Little River Guang Zhi
Lay Flat Dune Misha de Ridder
Matmos Press Eurobus Taylor Holland
Matmos Press French American Trip Eric Tabuchi
MK Ediciones Re-trato de Familia Igal Permuth, Jaime Permuth, Mario Permuth
MK Ediciones Tarzán López Igal Permuth, Jaime Permuth, Mario Permuth
naivsuper Heed Virginia Echeverria
naivsuper Love Stephane Leonard
naivsuper Miet Me E. Schroder
naivsuper NYC 2001 Claudio Pfeifer
Nick Turpin Publishing 10 Years of In-Public Various
No Thoughts Media NO THOUGHTS #7 Various Photographers
No Thoughts Media Rue Michael J DeMeo
Nobody / Achive of Modern Conflict Hackney Wick Stephen Gill
North Light Press Gathering Calm Photographs: 1994-2004 Bill Schwab
North Light Press Nature / Nurture Jennifer Shaw
Nouvel Publishing The Family Stefan Bladh
Oddi Press Aint-Bad Magazine Issue Three : Hyperlinked Various
Owl & Tiger Books Los Restos De La Revolución Kevin Kunishi
photolucida Máze Céline Clanet
photolucida The Idea Of North Birthe Piontek
photolucida / Daylight Suburbia Mexicana Alejandro Cartagena
Pierre von Kleist Editions I Thought You Knew Where All Of The Elephants Lie Down André Príncipe
Pierre von Kleist Editions Master And Everyone André Príncipe
Pierre von Kleist Editions Silence José Pedro Cortes
Pierre von Kleist Editions Vol. 1 Pauliana Valente Pimentel
Poccuo 26° 81° Joshua Dudley Greer
Pogo Books Not Many Kingdoms Left Jeff Luker
Pogo Books Someone Cuts My Hair While I Sleep Todd Fisher
Pogo Books Watch Me Jumpstart Linn Heidi Stokkedal
Pogo Books WTWML Anna Bąk
Poursuite AUTRE EDEN Philippe Lopparelli
Poursuite L’ILLUSION DU TRANQUILLE François Deladerrière
Poursuite Tangente Laurent Chardon
Preston is my Paris Publishing In A State Adam Murray
Rabbitt Books Go Into Town & Get Some Milk Caitilin Duennebier
Reccollective 289 KD Selim Süme
Rokov Publishing The Liminal Points Project Nick Rochowski
RVB Books Cathedral Cars Thomas Mailaender
RVB Books Image System Geoffroy de Boismenu
RVB Books The Hibernators Ruth van Beek
RVB Books The Significant Savages Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine
Schnauzer Sunsets & Other Colour Photographs Ann Woo
Shadowlab Black and Blue Morten Andersen
Shadowlab Color F. Morten Andersen
Shadowlab Jetlag and Alcohol Morten Andersen
Silas Finch Orchard Volume Three / Idyll Raymond Meeks, Mark Steinmetz
Silas Finch Orchard Volume Two / Not Seen | Not Said Raymond Meeks
Silas Finch Foundation My Grandmother’s Polaroids Dorothy and Raymond Bradley
Silas Finch Foundation Rugby Daniel D’Ottavio
Silver Galleon Press Talking with Fear About Dying Tomorrow. Matt Austin
Some Ways to Disappear Some Ways To Disappear 2010 Various Photographers
SPBH Self Publish, Be Naughty Various Photographers
SuperSizeShe Acdcnyc Nemanja Knežević
TCB Press February 2012: Guns Tammy Mercure
TCB Press March 2012: Religion Tammy Mercure
TCB Press NASCAR: January 2012 Tammy Mercure
The Photographers Office Dreams of Flying 2 Jan von Holleben
The Photographers Office The Snowbed Jan von Holleben
The Velvet Cell Books On The Plane Phillip Kalantzis-Cope
The Velvet Cell Books Psychic Hearts Sandra Croft
The Velvet Cell Books Brooklyn Luke Swenson
The Velvet Cell Books Eanna Freeney Eanna Freeney
The Velvet Cell Books Urban Satori Nykoh
toromuerto press Carretera Central Pablo Hare
Tosei-sha Sunshine Pulse Aki Tanaka
Tosei-sha The Sun Shines In (OYOGU TAIYOU) Aki Tanaka
Various SUMMER LIGHTS Pauline Magnenat
Veenman Empty Bottles WassinkLundgren
Vela Noche The Lookbook Series Volume I: Growth Lauren Henkin
Visual Studies Workshop Press Dream Self Nate Larson
Walkout/Books The Altogether Chris Coekin
WassinkLundgren/Archive of Modern Conflict Don’t Smile Now… Save it for Later! Thijs groot Wassink / WassinkLundgren
ZABROZAS Odo Yakuza Tokyo Anton Kusters
Zen Foto Gallery Nekopathy Masayuki Nakaya
Zen Foto Gallery Night Crawler 1995 2010 Takehiko Nakafuji
Zen Foto Gallery Showa 88 Kazuyoshi Usui
Zen Foto Gallery Yamabito (The Mountain People) Osamu Sato

This selection of photobooks from the iPL collection was selected by Nate Grann and Larissa Leclair.

Photographs of the event can be found on the iPL facebook page here.

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Photos: Indie Photobook Library at the Flash Forward Festival in Toronto, October 6-10, 2010

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iPL moves to Yale

iPL Yale

The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale University recently received, through acquisition and donation, the Indie Photobook Library (iPL), a major collection of photobooks from Larissa Leclair ’03 M.A. The collection includes more than 2,000 photobooks from around the world along with related ephemera, archives of the iPL’s history, and Leclair’s personal collection related to self-publishing.

“We were delighted to work with Larissa to acquire this major archive,” says George Miles, Curator of the Yale Collection of Western Americana at the Beinecke. “These volumes build on an already great strength of the library and will surely be used extensively by scholars and students at Yale and beyond for a long time.”

The iPL focuses on self-published photobooks, imprints independently published and distributed, photography exhibition catalogs, print-on-demand photobooks, artists’ books, zines, photobooks printed on newsprint, limited edition photobooks, non-English language photography books, and more.

“This collection reflects a contemporary movement in publishing,” explains Leclair, who began collecting independently produced photobooks in May 2010, “and it allows for the development of future discourse on trends in self-publishing, the ability to reflect on and compare books in the collection, and for scholarly research to be conducted years, decades, and centuries to come. To have this work now at Yale ensures this legacy.”
Inspired by Wexler’s master class

The catalyst for her collection, Leclair notes, was Yale professor Laura Wexler’s “Photo Memory Workshop” master class at the Beinecke, which focused on Peter Palmquist’s Women in Photography Archive. “He had and his collection will continue to have a big impact on the history of photography specifically relating to women in photography,” said the alumna. “He was one individual collecting independently of an institution, making an impact and shaping history. What he had encapsulated for his collection was what I wanted to do for self-published photobooks.”

“As early as 2005, with photographers Stephen Gill, Rob Hornstra, Jason Fulford, and Alec Soth independently publishing amazing photobooks, there wasn’t a platform for the presentation of self-published titles. So the idea of wishing for a central place to look at self-published photobooks was in my head on the day I saw Peter Palmquist’s collection,” notes Leclair.

The moment spurred her own specific collecting, she says: “I was blown away that a single individual could follow his passion, create a collection, and in the process have an impact on the history of photography. I was not only interested in promoting these kinds of books but most importantly I was very interested in creating an archive for the long-term. So two weeks after that master class, with an idea, one book, and a Facebook page, I founded the indie Photobook Library, a browse-able archive for self-published photobooks.”

For Leclair, placing the iPL at the Beinecke fulfills an aspiration she had from the very beginning. “I always intended that the iPL would one day transfer to an established archive. I wanted it to be preserved and accessible to future photo-bibliophiles long after my lifetime. For the legacy of the photographers and photobooks that collectively make the iPL what it is, I am absolutely thrilled that these artists will be part of the Beinecke’s collecting history.”

[Yale Professor Laura Wexler presented the Larissa Leclair with the 9th Annual Focus Awards' Spotlight Award for far reaching impact in the field of photography, October 2014. (Copyright Griffin Museum of Photography)]

Yale Professor Laura Wexler presented the Larissa Leclair with the 9th Annual Focus Awards’ Spotlight Award for far reaching impact in the field of photography, October 2014. (Copyright Griffin Museum of Photography)
The Beinecke has an renowned collection of 19th century American photographically illustrated books, including such classics as Alexander Gardner’s “Photographic Sketch Book of the Civil War,” A.J. Russell’s “Great West Illustrated,” Josiah Whitney & Carleton Watkins’ “The Yosemite Book,” and Ferdinand Hayden’s “Sun Pictures of Rocky Mountain Scenery,” as well as dozens of other, less well-known examples of the genre.

In the 1920s and 1930s photobooks continued to be a form of artistic expression but also emerged as a major vehicle of social commentary and criticism. The Beinecke holds first editions of such artistic works as Ansel Adams’ “Parmelian Prints of the High Sierra” and Taos Pueblo,” Walker Evans’s “American Photographs,” and Paul Strand’s “Paul Strand.” The Beinecke also boasts a wide range of such politically charged books as Julia Peterkin and Doris Ulman’s collaboration, “Roll Jordan Roll”; James Agee and Walker Evans’ “Let Us Now Praise Famous Men” and “Many are Called”; and Evans’s collaboration with Carleton Beals “The Crime of Cuba.” Yale’s library also holds first editions of all the important Farm Security Administration related books featuring work by Dorothea Lange and Margaret Bourke-White among other photographers.

“Robert Franks’ ‘The Americans’ is often seen as ushering in a new kind of photobook,” Miles observes. “We at the Beinecke have both the French (1958) and American (1959) first editions, as well as a complete collection of every book in which Lee Friedlander has ever published a photograph, while the acquisition of Peter Palmquist’s collection of women photographers brought more than 2,200 photobooks by and about women photographers.”

The iPL is particularly interesting in its own right, according to Miles. “While photobooks became more economical with the emergence of photo mechanical reproduction in the 19th century, they still required considerable investment and with the exception of a few very high-end artistic productions, they were commercial ventures that relied on publishers to underwrite production in the hope/expectation of profitable sales.”

However, the early 21st century emergence of digital photography and ink-jet printing dramatically changed the landscape for photographers looking to present their work in book-form. “Photographers can now self-publish their work in ways unimaginable 15 to 20 years ago,” he emphasizes. “They can distribute them through their websites and book fairs. This has allowed photographers to experiment in content and in form: to share images that commercial publishers might have been reluctant to take on, or to play with sequencing and/or narrative strategies.”

Leclair recognized the potential of this transformation when it was in its infancy and cultivated relationships with photographers. She has been a leader in creating this independent archive and identifying artists important to the contemporary movement in self-publishing, all while curating exhibitions and lecturing throughout the United States and in Canada, Guatemala, Mexico, Australia, the Philippines, and China. The alumna has built an “extraordinarily complete” collection of these books, according to Miles. “The staff at Haas Arts Library and I have been following and collecting photobooks, and when Larissa first approached us, I thought we would have at least half, if not more, of the books in her collection. I was way off. Our searching revealed that we had only around 10% of the collection.”

“Larissa started collecting this material at a critical time, when photographers started to reconsider and experiment with the printed book format through self-publishing,” notes Heather Gendron, director of the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library at Yale. “A lot of these publications fall outside of typical library acquisition streams, making it a real challenge for librarians to keep up. That’s what makes this Indie Photobook Library so special. On the heels of the reopening of the Beinecke, this broadens the university’s holdings in a very contemporary way.”
“Essential records of human expression”

Miles says that the Beinecke’s growing collection of photobooks, including this new acquisition, complement important creative work across campus collections, such as the Arts Library and galleries, and the curriculum. “These materials in the Indie Photobook Library/Larissa Leclair Collection are essential records of human expression,” he notes, “and the Beinecke works to make sure they are accessible and used by students and scholars through our reading room, classroom visits, and our fellowship programs for graduate students and for visiting postdoctoral scholars.”

Barbara Tannenbaum, curator of photography at the Cleveland Museum of Art has described the Indie Photobook Library as “an indispensable resource for anyone interested in the contemporary photobook.”

The iPL also complements other collections at Yale, Miles adds. “One of the great strengths of the Yale Collection of American Literature are the many examples of poetry and short stories published by small, non-commercial presses throughout the country — ‘Little magazines’ as Pat Willis and Nancy Kuhl call them. They reflect the ways in which American writers have found to share their work. The photobooks in the iPL reflect a similar pattern in the visual arts and scholars will be able to explore and discover how these materials speak to each other and speak to the broader culture.”

Leclair says that the iPL inspired the creation of other independent photobook archives, including the Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive; influenced museum photobook exhibitions; and spawned the promotion and celebration of self-published photobooks. “I’m thrilled that the photographers in the iPL who challenged and subsequently shaped the current publishing industry will add to the continuum of printed expression at Yale along with cuneiform tablets, the Gutenberg Bible, Fox Talbot’s ‘Pencil of Nature,’ and works by Robert Frank and Ed Ruscha — adding to that Soth, Fulford, Fujii, de Middel, Galjaard, Cartegena, and Sancari, among many others,” she says.

With the iPL now part of the Beinecke collections, Leclair will promote its use with the library’s curators and collaborate on curriculum. The entity of the iPL is closed to submissions now, existing as a unique look at self-publishing from around 2008 to 2016. Leclair will continue to look at new titles and work directly with museums and libraries to collect self-published titles from around the world, directly connecting collectors and makers and shaping photobook history.

“Ahead of her time, Larissa’s farsighted vision will benefit future generations of photographers and scholars to come,” states Elizabeth Avedon, independent curator and photobook designer.

For more information on the Beinecke Library, visit: http://beinecke.library.yale.edu

Exhibition Catalog for “A Survey of Documentary Styles in Early 21st Century Photobooks”

More about the exhibition here, here and here.
Order the book here.
Thank you to Patrick Aguilar of Owl & Tiger Books who did such an outstanding job designing the iPL’s first exhibition catalog!

“…the Indie Photobook Library is fast becoming one of Washington’s more interesting small collections.” – Mark Jenkins, Washington Post Express, November 9, 2011

America in Color

America in Color

Title: America in Color

Photographer/s: Brian Dailey

Contributor/s: Wendy Grossman, Klaus Ottmann

Date of publication: 2013

Grìmsey

Grimsey

Title: Grìmsey

Photographer/s: Cole Barash

Contributor/s: Ian Frisch

Date of publication: 2015

Grays the Mountain Sends (Second Edition)

Grays the Mountain Sends 2

Title: Grays the Mountain Sends (Second Edition)

Photographer/s: Bryan Schutmaat

Date of publication: 2014

Islands of the Blest

Islands of the Blest

Title: Islands of the Blest

Photographer/s: various

Date of publication: 2014

L.A., 1971

LA 1971

Title: L.A., 1971

Photographer/s: Anthony Hernandez

Date of publication: 2014

Transmission

Title: Transmission

Photographer/s: Lucy Helton

Date of publication: 2015

NEWFOTOSCAPES

NewFotoScapes

Title: NEWFOTOSCAPES

Photographer/s: Jonathan Shaw

Contributor/s: Andy Adams, David Campbell, Charlotte Cotton, Donall Curtin & Nathaniel Pitt, Mishka Henner, Francis Hodgson, Dewi Lewis, Stephen Mayes, Katrina Sluis

Date of publication: 2014

Crash

Crash

Title: Crash

Photographer/s: Jonathan Shaw

Contributor/s: Foreword: Stephen Snoddy and Stephen Dutton Essay: Jean Baird

Date of publication: July 2009

(re)collect

recollect

Title: (re)collect

Photographer/s: Jonathan Shaw

Contributor/s: Foreword: Debra Klomp, Essay: Peter Ride, Essay: Jean Baird

Date of publication: 2006