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

ABOUT

Founded by Larissa Leclair in 2010, the Indie Photobook Library is an archive of self-published and indie published photobooks. This includes DIY, photobooks independently published and distributed, photography exhibition catalogs, print-on-demand photobooks, artist books, zines, photobooks printed on newsprint, limited edition photobooks, and non-English language photography books, etc. The iPL promotes and showcases the books in the collection through international pop-up and feature-length exhibitions, articles, conferences, guest lectures, and also preserves them as a non-circulating public library. Having a specific collection dedicated to this contemporary movement in publishing 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.

Museums, universities, and institutions are invited to borrow books from the Indie Photobook Library for exhibitions. Larissa Leclair is available for guest lectures. Contact Larissa Leclair (contact@indiephotobooklibrary.org) for details.

The Indie Photobook Library featured on TIME LightBox.
The Indie Photobook Library featured on fototazo.

Interview with Larissa Leclair by Stacy Oborn / Hey, Hot Shot!.
Interview with Larissa Leclair by Blake Andrews.
Interview on Lenscratch by Aline Smithson.

Past pop-up exhibitions/events/lectures from the Indie Photobook Library collection:
Flash Forward Festival
| Toronto, Canada | October 6-10, 2010

FotoWeek DC | Washington, DC | November 6-13, 2010
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center Book Fair (PPAC) | Philadelphia, PA | April 2, 2011
Photolucida | Portland, OR | April 14-17, 2011 | Titles selected by Melanie Flood and Shawn Records
Snap! Orlando | Orlando, FL | May 6-7, 2011 | Titles selected by E. Brady Robinson and Heather Comparetto
New York Photo Festival (NYPH) | New York, NY | May 12-15, 2011
Center’s Review Santa Fe | Santa Fe, NM | June 4-5, 2011
Conference Panelist – Furthering the Critical Dialogue | Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair | MoMA PS1 | September 30, 2011
Atlanta Celebrates Photography (ACP) Photobook Fair | Atlanta, GA | October 22, 2011
SPE Northeast | Syracuse, NY | November 3-5, 2011
Lishui Photography Festival | Lishui, CHINA | November 6-9, 2011
Guest Lecturer | Georgetown University | Washington, DC | January 2012
Guest Lecturer | The Maret School | Washington, DC | February 2012
Guest Lecturer | Syracuse University | Syracuse, NY | March 2012
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center (PPAC) Book Fair | Philadelphia, PA | May 5, 2012 | Crowd-sourced selection
Flash Forward Festival | Boston, MA | June 8-10, 2012
Peabody Essex Museum | Salem, MA | June 21, 2012

Juror, Photobooks | New York Photo Awards 2012

Juror, Photobooks | FotoWeekDC 2012
Panelist | “The Art of the Photobook” with Barbara Tannenbaum (Curator of Photography, Cleveland Museum of Art) and Ed Panar and Melissa Catanese (Spaces Corners) | Cleveland Museum of Art | Cleveland, OH | October 20, 2012, 2PM
PhotoNOLA at CAC | New Orleans, LA | November 30 – December 2, 2012 | Titles selected by Jan Gilbert (Interim Director of Visual Arts at the CAC), Russell Lord (Curator of Photographs at NOMA), and Larissa Leclair
Guest Lecturer | The Maret School | Washington, DC | January 18, 2013
Panelist | “Photography and the Book” with Elijah Gowin and Travis Shaffer. Moderated by April Watson (Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art | Art + Design Gallery at University of Kansas | Lawrence, Kansas | February 1, 2013
Guest Lecturer | MICA | Baltimore, MD | February 11, 2013
Guest Lecturer | Corcoran College of Art & Design | Washington, DC | February 22, 2013
Conveyor Arts, guest curated exhibits | Fall 2012 and by appointment in Winter 2012/2013
Guest Lecturer | VCU | Richmond, VA | March 28, 2013

Guest Lecturer | ASMP, Washington DC Chapter | NVCC | April 16, 2013

OPEN SHOW | Busboys and Poets | Washington, DC | April 18, 2013
PPAC Book Fair | Philadelphia, PA | May 18, 2013
Guest Lecturer | SVA | New York | June 5, 2013
Blonde Art Books Tour | Furthermore | Washington, DC | June 13, 2013
Guest Curator | 10×10 American Photobooks | Tokyo Institute of Photography | Chuo-ku, Tokyo | September 11 – October 6, 2013
“A Survey of Documentary Styles in Early 21st Century Photobooks” travels to Photoville | September 19-September 29, 2012 | Curated by Darius Himes and Larissa Leclair
The Indie Photobook Library presents “A Bookshelf by Empty Stretch” | FotoNoMA | Washington, DC | November 2 – 10, 2013
The Indie Photobook Library and Empty Stretch at Black Cat | Video Presentation | Washington, DC | November 2, 2013

Advisory Board |”Rock Your Dummy” | Le PhotobookFest | Paris, France | November 15 – 17, 2013
Photo-eye Best Books of 2013
TIME Lightbox, Notable book of 2013
Master Class, “The Contemporary Photobook” | Beinecke, Yale University | January 17, 2014
Young Voices Fellow, Larissa Leclair | The Next Conversation Conference | Center for Creative Photography | Tuscon, Arizona |  February 21-23, 2014
Guest Lecturer | Corcoran College of Art & Design | March 11, 2014
SPE National Conference | Baltimore, MD | March 6-9, 2014
PPAC Art Book Fair | Philadelphia, PA | March 29-30, 2014
Guest Lecturer | University of Virginia | April 1, 2014
Visual Studies Workshop Photo-Bookworks Symposium | Rochester, NY | June 26-28, 2014
Juror, IN-FOCUS | Norton Photography Gallery of Phoenix Art Museum exhibition | Phoenix, AZ | August 23 to September 28, 2014
APPA at RAYKO | San Francisco, CA | August 28, 2014
APPA at New York Zine Fair | Camera Club of New York and Foley Gallery | New York, NY | September 12-14, 2014
Finalist for Crusade for Art Engagement Grant 2014

Upcoming pop-up exhibitions and events of the Indie Photobook Library collection:
iPL and APPA | Leica Store | Washington, DC | September, 20, 2014
iPL at Duke | Raleigh, NC | October 9-10, 2014
Griffin Museum of Photography Spotlight Award for Larissa Leclair and the Indie Photobook Library | Boston, MA | October 24-25, 2014
iPL at UNC | Chapel Hill, NC | October 30-31, 2014
The Perch | Chicago, IL
Photo-eye Book of the Week

Juror | Critical Mass, PHOTOLUCIDA

Feature-length exhibitions from the Indie Photobook Library collection:
Photographic Resource Center | Boston, MA | September 13- November 12, 2011 | Curated by Larissa Leclair, George Slade, and Shane Lavalette
Corcoran Gallery 31 | Washington, DC | November 2 – 20, 2011 | Curated by Muriel Hasbun and Susan Sterner with Pablo Ortiz Monasterio
Gallery Carte Blanche | San Francisco, CA | “A Survey of Documentary Styles in Early 21st Century Photobooks” | September 14-October 22, 2012 | Curated by Darius Himes and Larissa Leclair
GuatePhoto Festival | Guatemala City, Guatemala | “Captured by a Portrait” | November 7-25, 2012 | Curated by Larissa Leclair and Leslie Ureña
FotoWeekDC | Washington, DC | “A Survey of Documentary Styles in Early 21st Century Photobooks” | November 9-18, 2012 | Curated by Darius Himes and Larissa Leclair
Contemporary Arts Center | New Orleans, LA | November 30, 2012 – January 20, 2013 | Titles selected by Jan Gilbert (Interim Director of Visual Arts at the CAC), Russell Lord (Curator of Photographs at NOMA), and Larissa Leclair
“A Fair” | featuring the iPL, LBM, and ABC | Art + Design Gallery at University of Kansas | Lawrence, Kansas | January 22 – February 15, 2013
“A Survey of Documentary Styles in Early 21st Century Photobooks” at Photoville | September 19-September 29, 2013 | Curated by Darius Himes and Larissa Leclair

Founder: Larissa Leclair
Logo Designer: Clay Lipsky
Website Developer: Simply Binary
iPL Ambassador: Nathalie Belayche
Intern alumni: Stephanie Obernesser, Emily Mason, Cameron Vaughan, Alexis Lodsun
Special thanks to Matthew Gamber, George Slade, Nick Turpin, Blurb, and Insomniac Design, and especially to everyone who has donated their books.

ADVISORY BOARD

Andy Adams, Editor / Publisher, Flak Photo
Darius Himes, Co-Founder of Radius Books
Shane Lavalette, Photographer and Founder of Lay Flat
Gabrielle Reed, Massachusetts College of Art, Godine Library

SUBMISSIONS

The Indie Photobook Library has an open and ongoing submission policy. Photobooks can be donated by the artist, indie publisher, or private collector. All books become part of the permanent collection and are considered for yearly exhibitions. Visit our Submissions page for the iPL mailing address and required catalog record information.

QUESTIONS?

Send us an email at contact@indiephotobooklibrary.org

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  2. [...] The Indie Photobook Library (iPL) was founded in 2010 by Larissa Leclair. It is an archive that strives to preserve and showcase self-published photobooks, photobooks independently published and distributed, photography exhibition catalogs, print-on-demand photobooks, artist books, zines, photobooks printed on newsprint, limited edition photobooks, and non-English language photography books to be seen in person through traveling exhibitions and as a non-circulating public library. Having a specific collection dedicated to these kinds of books 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 in years, decades, and centuries to come. [...]

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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

Come Again When You Can’t Stay So Long

Come Again When You Can't Stay Long © Tara Wray

Title: Come Again When You Can’t Stay So Long

Photographer/s: Tara Wray

Contributor/s: Tara Wray

Date of publication: 2014

Spook Light Chronicles vol. 2 – the phosphorescent man

Spook Light Chronicles vol. 2 - the phosphorescent man © Lara Shipley & Antone Dolezal

Title: Spook Light Chronicles vol. 2 – the phosphorescent man

Photographer/s: Lara Shipley & Antone Dolezal

Date of publication: June, 2014

The Indie Photobook Library and Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive in Washington, DC September 20

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Pop-up Exhibition of the Indie Photobook Library and Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive

Saturday, September 20, 2014 from 11-6pm
Talk by Larissa Leclair and Christine McFetridge 4:30-5:30pm

Hosted by Leica
977 F Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004
(202) 787-5900

The Indie Photobook Library welcomes the Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive to the United States! Come join us in DC for the third stop in the APPA’s roadtrip of pop-up exhibitions. For the first time ever, the iPL and APPA will exhibit together contemporary self-published photobooks from around the world from both of their permanent collections. Browse almost 100 titles, socialize, be inspired, get creative!

Modeled after the Indie Photobook Library, founded by Larissa Leclair in 2010 and based in the DC area, the Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive (APPA) is a unique collection of self-published, limited edition, and handmade photobooks and zines whose sole purpose is the promotion of photographic work/books from the Asia-Pacific region. The AP region has some of the most exciting and vibrant photographic work being produced currently – due to economic and, sometimes, political and social constraints, photobooks from most countries in the AP region are not able to be seen at fairs and festivals internationally, and do not get shortlisted for the top awards in the USA and Europe. The Archive redresses this balance by getting copies directly from the photographers themselves, from countries big and small in the Asia-Pacific region and then traveling to events and festivals worldwide to show and promote these books; these books are ones that would not be seen and experienced otherwise. In 2013 the Archive traveled to Tokyo, Cambodia, and Malaysia, and in 2014 with huge collection of books now in the Archive we are traveling to the USA to bring a selection of photobooks never before seen in North America.

The Archive has a permanent home in Melbourne, Australia, which is open to the public, researchers, artists, and institutions. The Archive also runs photobook talks, workshops, competitions, discussions, advisory sessions, and helps unknown Asia-Pacific photographers to get their work published. The Archive is directed by Daniel Boetker-Smith; Daniel is also the founder of Photobook Melbourne, an international photobook festival happening in February 2015 in Melbourne. www.photobookarchive.com.

Join the facebook event.

APPA BOOKS:

Becky Nunes, Co-Orbital
Camilo Bustamante, Duck vee do si… Lido, Hong Kong
Chie Murakami, Japanese Girl
Chie Murakami, Island
Chris Leskovsek, Observations No. 2
Chuchuart, ?
Clinton Hayden, Fugue
Dina Gadia, Buxxxom Grind
Dirty Right Brain magaZINE, I’m Hard Worker
Emma Phillips, Volcan
Fujiwara Atsushi, Butterfly had a dream
Hiro Imai, Bangkok
Huang Qingjun and Ma Hongjie, Family Stuff
Isabella Capezio, Compōnere, To Construct
Jacob Raupach, Radiata
Jiang Yue, Inessential
Jippy Pascua, Half and Half
Kanako Sasaki,Ukiyo
Karl Binger, The Green Cresent Classifieds and Supplements
Leon Qu, Glass 2
Li Jun, Impermanent Instant
Li Kejun, The Good Earth
Linsay Vavari, Return to Me
Lui Waitong, Rust of Time
Luo Changwei, Da Qin Island
Louis Porter, Conflict Resolution
Louis Reith, Jordskred Två
Luke Moran Morris, Riders of Phanom
Luke van Aurich, Thanks but not thanks
Miki Iwanaga, Carnelian
Miti Raungkritya, Thai Politics No. 2
Miti Raungkritya, Thai Politics No. 3
Mohini Chandra, Album Pacifica
Nadia J. Mahfix, [n]
Nguan, How Loneliness Goes
Pablo Bartholomew, The Calcutta Diaries
Pulp Matter, Tough Guys
Rennie Ellis, Cup Fever
Risu, Moon
Robyn Daly, Collingwood: Volume One
Saori Ninomiya, Requiem
Sarah Pannell and Nicholas Hawker, Hyper Observation No. 01
Sean Fennessy, Gold
Shireen Seno, Trunks
Shuichiro Shibata, Bus Stop
Sigue Sigue, Saturnino Basilla
Simon Aubor, Document A: Hidden
Solomon Mortimer, Solomon’s Travels: Volume One
Sun Yanchu, Obsessed
Various (Bernhard Handick, Brian Sergio, Everywhere We Shoot, Fade Longboy, Inez Moro, Lena Vazhenina, Mike Spears, MM Yu) Chop Suey
Various (Pub. Bec Capp) street/stop
Various (Pub. Lloyd Stubber) Oasis
Various Tribal Kitchen: The Aytlas
Vincent Huang, Eyes in the Air
Yi Hui, Winds from Aydingkol
Yoshikatsu Fujii, Welcome Home
Weilun Chong, Please Mind the Gap: Singapore
William Sim, T(in)y
We Chenghuan, Street Fighters
Zhao Lei, Rock Songs

iPL BOOKS:

Andrea Stultiens, Intensive Care
Andres Medina, Nebula
Andrew Youngson, Aida
AntiKira, Kristof Guez
Anton Kusters, mono no aware
Arianna Arcara, Luca Santese, Found Photos in Detroit
Arthur Meyerson, Color of Light
Arthur Tress, Barcelona Unfolds
Ben Rasmussen, Home
Benny Asrul, Monochromia Botanica
Bryan Schutmatt, Grays the Mountain Sends
Carolyn Drake, Two Rivers
Christopher Colville, Movements and the Iceland Trilogy
Douglas Stockdale, Ciociaria
Emily Shur, The Woods
Florian Reischauer, Pieces of Berlin
Florian van Roekel, Fear of Fall
Fujiwara Atsushi, Mangokusho
Gita Lenz, Gita Lenz
Graham Vaughn, Palermo
Henrik Malmstrom, On Borrowed Time
Illusion of Traquility, Francois deladerrier
Irina Popova, Another Family
Italo Morales, Overnight Generation
Jan Dirk van der Berg, Censorship Daily
Jay Tyrrell, Weather
Juan Valbuena, Noray
Kevin Kunishi, Los Restos de la Revolucion
Kevin Kunishi, Los Restos de la Revolucion
Kris Vervaeke, Ad Infinitum
Maggie Harrsen, Kanoa
Marco Grabowiecki, babie lato
Marco van Duyvendijk, Eastward Bound
Maria Sprowls, Adieu Mademoiselle
Mark Nozeman, bor
Max Pinckers, Will They Sing Like Raindrops or Leave Me Thirsty
Nick Brandt, On this Earth, A Shadow Falls
Nicolo Degiorgis, Hidden Islam
Paul Gaffney, We Make the Path by Walking
Paula McCartney, A Field Guide to Snow and Ice
Paula McCartney, On This Ice
Paula McCartney, Bird Watching
Paula McCartney, Book of Trees
Per England, Passenger Seat
Rafal Milach, Black Sea of Concrete
Rob Hornstra, The Secret History of Khava Gaisanova
Robert Zhao, A Guide to the Flora and Fauna of the World
Stefan Bladh, The Family
Tammy Mercure, 12 Nashville Waffle Houses
Telos, Clay Harmon
various, Peninsula
various, Tell Mum Everything is OK
Vasantha Yogananthan, Piemanson
Wawi Navarroza, Dominion
Wawi Navarroza, Hunt & Gather, Terraria
Yanina Shevchenko, Crossing Over
Ying Ang, Gold Coast

Piémanson

Piémanson  © Vasantha Yogananthan

Title: Piémanson

Photographer/s: Vasantha Yogananthan

Contributor/s: Rémi Coignet

Date of publication: June 2014

The APPA in New York September 13-15, 2014

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The APPA in NEW YORK

TONIGHT and THIS WEEKEND

Camera Club of New York Zine Fair

Friday, September 13, 2014 from 6-8pm
Saturday, September 14, 12-6pm
Sunday, September 15, 12-6pm

at FOLEY gallery
97 Allen Street
(betw Delancey & Grand)
Lower East Side, NYC

Pop-up Exhibition by Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive, organized by Indie Photobook Library

The Indie Photobook Library welcomes the Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive to the United States! Come to the Foley Gallery for the second stop in the APPA’s roadtrip of pop-up exhibitions for the Camera Club of New York’s 5th Annual Zine and Self-Published Photo Book Fair. The APPA will exhibit contemporary self-published photobooks from the Asia-Pacific region. Browse almost 50 titles, socialize, be inspired, get creative!

Modeled after the Indie Photobook Library, founded by Larissa Leclair in 2010 and based in the DC area, the APPA is a unique collection of self-published, limited edition, and handmade photobooks and zines whose sole purpose is the promotion of photographic work/books from the Asia-Pacific region. The AP region has some of the most exciting and vibrant photographic work being produced currently – due to economic and, sometimes, political and social constraints, photobooks from most countries in the AP region are not able to be seen at fairs and festivals internationally, and do not get shortlisted for the top awards in the USA and Europe. The Archive redresses this balance by getting copies directly from the photographers themselves, from countries big and small in the Asia-Pacific region and then traveling to events and festivals worldwide to show and promote these books; these books are ones that would not be seen and experienced otherwise. In 2013 the Archive traveled to Tokyo, Cambodia, and Malaysia, and in 2014 with huge collection of books now in the Archive we are traveling to the USA to bring a selection of photobooks never before seen in North America.

The Archive has a permanent home in Melbourne, Australia, which is open to the public, researchers, artists, and institutions. The Archive also runs photobook talks, workshops, competitions, discussions, advisory sessions, and helps unknown Asia-Pacific photographers to get their work published. The Archive is directed by Daniel Boetker-Smith; Daniel is also the founder of Photobook Melbourne, an international photobook festival happening in February 2015 in Melbourne.

The CCNY Zine and Self-Published Photo Book Fair is made possible, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, and through the generous support of The Tierney Family Foundation.

For more information about the iPL and APPA collections and to donate books, visit www.indiephotobooklibrary.org and www.photobookarchive.com.

Not in New York? The APPA will be traveling to DC next weekend.

September 20 at the Leica Store in Washington, DC

Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive at Rayko in San Francisco

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APPA in San Francisco
Hosted by Rayko
428 Third Street
San Francisco, CA
(415) 495-3773
Thursday, August 28, 2014
5:30-7:30pm

The Indie Photobook Library welcomes the Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive to the United States! Come to Rayko for the first stop in the APPA’s roadtrip of pop-up exhibitions. The APPA will exhibit contemporary self-published photobooks from the Asia-Pacific region. Browse almost 50 titles, socialize, be inspired, get creative!

Modeled after the Indie Photobook Library, founded by Larissa Leclair in 2010 and based in the DC area, the APPA is a unique collection of self-published, limited edition, and handmade photobooks and zines whose sole purpose is the promotion of photographic work/books from the Asia-Pacific region. The AP region has some of the most exciting and vibrant photographic work being produced currently – due to economic and, sometimes, political and social constraints, photobooks from most countries in the AP region are not able to be seen at fairs and festivals internationally, and do not get shortlisted for the top awards in the USA and Europe. The Archive redresses this balance by getting copies directly from the photographers themselves, from countries big and small in the Asia-Pacific region and then traveling to events and festivals worldwide to show and promote these books; these books are ones that would not be seen and experienced otherwise. In 2013 the Archive traveled to Tokyo, Cambodia, and Malaysia, and in 2014 with huge collection of books now in the Archive we are traveling to the USA to bring a selection of photobooks never before seen in North America.
The Archive has a permanent home in Melbourne, Australia, which is open to the public, researchers, artists, and institutions. The Archive also runs photobook talks, workshops, competitions, discussions, advisory sessions, and helps unknown Asia-Pacific photographers to get their work published. The Archive is directed by Daniel Boetker-Smith; Daniel is also the founder of Photobook Melbourne, an international photobook festival happening in February 2015 in Melbourne.

For more information about these collections and to donate books, visit www.indiephotobooklibrary.org and www.photobookarchive.com.

 

The APPA will then travel to the 5th Annual New York Zine Fair hosted by Camera Club of New York and Foley Gallery, September 12-14, 2014 and the Leica Store in DC, September 20, 2014.

Outside Windows

Outside Windows © Steven Tagle

Title: Outside Windows

Photographer/s: Steven Tagle

Contributor/s: Jeff Parker

Date of publication: 2/4/14

Trying to Find the Ocean

Trying to Find the Ocean © Michael Ast

Title: Trying to Find the Ocean

Photographer/s: Michael Ast

Contributor/s: Mark Alice Durant (afterword essay)

Date of publication: May, 2014

Heidi Kirkpatrick: Lost and Found

Heidi Kirkpatrick: Lost and Found © Heidi Kirkpatrick

Title: Heidi Kirkpatrick: Lost and Found

Photographer/s: Heidi Kirkpatrick

Date of publication: October 12, 2013

Küchen entlang der TeLa / Kitchens along TeLa

Küchen entlang der TeLa / Kitchens along TeLa © Verena Hägler

Title: Küchen entlang der TeLa / Kitchens along TeLa

Photographer/s: Verena Hägler

Contributor/s: Sarah Dorkenwald (Book design) / Andrea Cermak (Editorial) / Verena Hägler (Interviews)

Date of publication: 7th March 2014