EXTENDED: The Indie Photobook Library at the CAC for PhotoNOLA has been extended!

© Meg Griffiths

Due to the overwhelming success and interest of the exhibition, The Contemporary Arts Center has extended the Indie Photobook Library exhibition!

Indie Photobook Library Pop-Up Exhibition at PhotoNOLA
Curated by Larissa Leclair, Jan Gilbert and Russell Lord
November 30 – December 2, 2012  – EXTENDED until January 20, 2013!

Contemporary Arts Center (CAC)
900 Camp Street
New Orleans, LA 70130 (Map)
504-528-3805
Call for dates and times. Open hours are December 12 from noon to 6pm, December 19 from 11-5pm, and January 5 from noon-7:30pm. Thank you to Courtney Asztalos.
Or email visualarts@cacno.org to make an appointment.

33 titles from the iPL collection, curated on the themes of migration, cultural identity and transition.

Selections by Jan Gilbert (Interim Director of Visual Arts at the CAC)

Transit, Ali Taptik

Eastward Bound, Marco van Duyvendijk

Aspects of Patriotism, Nathaniel Grann (Empty Stretch)

Mediations Two – Have you Ever?, Theo Erbenius (Empty Stretch)

Color Falls Down, Priya Kambli (photolucida)

My Fellow Americans, Dennis Yermoshin

I Still Don’t Know Which Way to Go, Jacob Pastrovich

one and two and up and down, Ting Cheng (Pogo Books)

Oceanus, a Tale of the Sea, Elizabeth Tonnard

Conditions, Andrés Marroquín Winkelmann

The Singled Person, Michael Ackerman, et al

Selections by Russell Lord (Curator of Photographs at NOMA)

Acik Ev – Open House, Okay Karadayilar and Ali Taptik

Inflight: On The Plane, Various (The Velvet Cell)

Moldova / Last Resort, Mark Nozeman

Transitory Space, Leah Oates

Where is My Vote, Ramin Talaie

Lu Xiaoben, Ruben Lundgren / WassinkLundgren

26º 81º, Joshua Dudley Greer

A Mid-Western Tragedy, Nathaniel Grann

But Where Are All The People, Marcus Bastel

Coverage, Christopher Dawson

Defekty, Stephen Grebinski

Selections by Larissa Leclair (Founder, Indie Photobook Library)

Backdrop: The Search for Home, Muriel Hasbun

Nicosia in Dark and White, Thodoris Tzalavras

Inner Loop, Cary Markerink

July 2012: Camo, Tammy Mercure

Stromend Geluk: Aquarium Oriental, Bjorn Staps

Camera House, Pablo Hare

Time and Space on the Lower East Side, Brian Rose and Ed Fausty

Memories in Red, Yelena Zhavoronkova

8 Mile, Sean Davey and Emmanuel Onom Mel

Thinspiration, Laia Abril

Grown Up West, Rebecca Drobis

© Meg Griffiths

 

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The Indie Photobook Library at PhotoNOLA Nov 30 - Dec 2, 2012

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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

Again and Again

Again and again

Title: Again and Again

Photographer/s: Peter Hoffman

Contributor/s: Elana Schlenker, Melissa Catanese, Craig Reinbold

Date of publication: Oct 2014

After Geography

After Geography

Title: After Geography

Photographer/s: Andrew Fedynak

Date of publication: May 1, 2014

Brilliant

Brilliant

Title: Brilliant

Photographer/s: Judith Erwes

Contributor/s: Paul Bower

Date of publication: December 2014

Can You Predict Spring?

Can You Predict Spring? © Fábio Miguel Roque

Title: Can You Predict Spring?

Photographer/s: Fábio Miguel Roque

Date of publication: December 2014

Good Day Mr Knutsen

Title: Good Day Mr Knutsen

Photographer/s: Eric Gunderson

Date of publication: September 2014

Aberdeen

Aberdeen © Jay Turner Frey Seawell, Josh Poehlein

Title: Aberdeen

Photographer/s: Jay Turner Frey Seawell, Josh Poehlein

Date of publication: January 2015

Indie Photobook Library at Colby Museum of Art, April 11, 2015

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Larissa Leclair and the Indie Photobook Library have been invited to participate in Colby Museum of Art’s community day on April 11, 2015. The focus is on the book. Come join us for lectures,  a free workshop, book fair, and pop-up library.

Colby Museum of Art at Colby College
5600 Mayflower Hill, Waterville, Maine 04901
207-859-5600
website

Museum William D. Adams Gallery, Museum Lobby and Mirken Education Center
Saturday, April 11, 2015, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

SCHEDULE
10:00 am
Book Fair

10:30 am–1:00 pm
Book-making workshop with Cynthia Ahlstrin (all ages)

11:00 am–11:45 am
Conversation on the photographic book with photographer and publisher Dan Boardman and founder of Indie Photobook Library Larissa Leclair

11:45 am–12:30 pm
Conversation between poet Mark Melnicove and artist Terry Winters

1:15 pm–2 pm
A reading of Bern Porter poems, followed by an open mic

Food and drink will be available in the lobby at 12:30 pm.

For those traveling from southern Maine, a bus will depart from SPACE Gallery in downtown Portland (538 Congress Street) at 9:30am and will return by 2:30pm. Bus tickets are $5. Please reserve a seat via Brown Paper Tickets here.

Volunteer

Volunteer

Ttile: Volunteer

Photographer/s: Paul Seawright

Date of publication: December 2013

Street Theography

Street Theography

Title: Street Theography

Photographer/s: Kostya Smolyaninov

Date of publication: 10.10.2014

JAPAN-GO-ROUND

JAPAN-GO-ROUND

Title: JAPAN-GO-ROUND

Photographer/s: Maki Hayashida

Contributor/s: Maki Hayashida

Date of publication: 2014