The Indie Photobook Library at Conveyor Arts

Pop-up library space from the Indie Photobook Library collection at Conveyor Arts!

Come visit this weekend during the Conveyor Open House
888 Newark Avenue. Studio 491
Jersey City, New Jersey 07306 (Map)
Sunday, December 2nd, 2012
1:00 – 5:00 PM

More than 300 photobooks from the Indie Photobook Library will be part of the pop-up library space at Conveyor throughout the month of December.

Conveyor Arts recently set up shop at Mana Contemporary, a Tobacco Factory turned artist community, in Jersey City. Their studio space includes a traditional print shop with letterpress and small book binding equipment. They also house an inkjet studio, where they make exhibition prints for artists, and a digital work station for prepping books and photographs for production and exhibition.

Conveyor specializes in small print runs of artists’ books, zines and other printed matter related to photography. They collaborate closely with artists on all aspects of the book-making process, from concept and design, to the physical object. Their mission is to help artists and small publishers tailor their book project to fit the concept within it.

For more info about Conveyor visit their website.

HOW TO GET TO CONVEYOR

There will be FREE SHUTTLE buses running every half hour from Milk Studios at 450 West 15th Street [ on the corner of 10th Avenue in Manhattan ] to Mana Contemporary in Jersey City from 12:00pm to 3:30pm. Shuttles will return every half hour to Milk Studios from Mana Contemporary starting at 2:00pm through 5:30pm. Otherwise, you can take the PATH Train from Manhattan to Journal Square.

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

 

© Meg Griffiths

Indie Photobook Library Pop-Up Exhibition at PhotoNOLA
Curated by Larissa Leclair, Jan Gilbert and Russell Lord
November 30 – December 2, 2012  – NEWS: The exhibition has been extended until January 20, 2013!

Contemporary Arts Center (CAC)
900 Camp Street
New Orleans, LA 70130 (Map)
504-528-3805
Hours: 11am-5pm

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

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!

Indie Photobook Library at FotoWeekDC, November 9-18, 2012

“A Survey of Documentary Styles in early 21st century Photobooks”
curated by Darius Himes and Larissa Leclair

FotoWeekDC
The Warner, 1299 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC

November 9-18, 2012, 11-6pm

The Indie Photobook Library’s 3rd feature-length exhibition curated by Darius Himes (Assistant Director, Fraenkel Gallery and Co-Founder, Radius Books) and Larissa Leclair (Founder, Indie Photobook Library) will travel from Gallery Carte Blanche in San Francisco to FotoWeekDC. The exhibition titled “A Survey of Documentary Styles in early 21st century Photobooks” draws from the Indie Photobook Library collection and features 70 photobooks along with a selection of photographs from the books (Eliot Dudik, Matt Eich, McNair Evans, Erica McDonald, Michael Jang, and Lacey Terrell) selected by Gwen Lafage (Founder, Gallery Carte Blanche).

The exhibition “A Survey of Documentary Styles” looks at the “documentary tradition” through the lens of a 21st century, global photographic community in which the lines between journalism, art and the long-term documentary project have blurred, morphed and continue to feed off of each other.

The books selected for this exhibition present a range of subject matter, each coupled with a particular visual language drawn from a pool of diversity. There are books that speak a more traditional documentary language, while there are those that explicitly critique that very same tradition; there are diaristic books and titles that overlay a typological structure; other books rely primarily on found and vernacular imagery; and there are many books that borrow heavily from an art-photography storehouse. The goal of this exhibition is to survey the field before us and to foreground questions of authorship, voice, style and content.

You will not be disappointed.

 

The EXHIBITION CATALOG, designed by Patrick Aguilar of Owl & Tiger Books, can be purchased through the Blurb bookstore.

 

T H E   B O O K S :

Estaría Bien Poner un Título Aquí, Alba Yruela

Ohio, Alec Soth and Brad Zellar

Uncommon Intimacy, Amy Stein, Amy Touchette, Erica McDonald, Juliana Beasley

The Kaddu Wasswa Archive, Andrea Stultiens and Arthur Kisitu

Woman With a Camera (35mm), Anne Collier

Odo Yakuza Tokyo (second edition), Anton Kusters

Hose Variations, Bjarne Bare

BURN.01

Memory Traces, Cary Markerink

The Distance Between Us, Christopher Capozziello

Concresco, David Galjaard

27 Good-byes, Deanna Dikeman

574 Views of Johnstown, Ed Panar

Road Ends in Water, Eliot Dudik

French American Trip, Eric Tabuchi

This is Not My Wife, Erik van der Weijde

How Terry Likes His Coffee, Florian van Roekel

Sadkids Number 5: Gonerfest Edition, Geoffrey Ellis

No Destiny (Transitions-Rochester), Gregory Halpern

A Falling Horizon, Heidi de Gier

Butte, America: A Vernacular History. Vol. 1, Ian van Coller

10, in-public

Cityscapes + Birdmen, Jacquie Maria Wessels

Unmarked Sites, Jessica Auer

My Brother’s War, Jessica Hines

Found Piles & Other Topograhica, John Steck Jr.

Last Call, Judith Stenneken

CENSURA, Julián Barón

The Color of Hay, Kathleen Laraia McLaughlin

offSET, Lacey Terrell

The Ninety-Nine Percent, Mathieu Asselin

Desert Days, Matt Austin

Carry Me Ohio, Matt Eich

Ramadan in Yemen, Max Pam

See You Soon, Maxwell Anderson

A Journal of Southern History, McNair Evans

Summer Weather, Michael Jang

No Man’s Land, Mishka Henner

Geolocation, Nate Larson & Marni Shindelman

The Pier, Nils Petter Löfstedt

Gone Quickly, Noah Beil

Visitor, Ofer Wolberger

There is Nothing Beautiful Around Here, Paccarik Orue

Donovan Wylie One Day Taking Photographs in Belfast, Peter Mann

Muddy Treads, Peter Sutherland

Grassland, Phil Underdown

The Constant Change, photo.circle

Firework Studies, Pierre Le Hors

Preston Bus Station, Preston is My Paris

Crime Victims Chronicle, Ray Meeks and Deborah Luster

Stay Cool, RJ Shaughnessy

Alpine Star, Ron Jude

Thrashers, Sacha Maric

May the Road Rise to Meet You, Sara Macel

9/11 Flipbook, Scott Blake

Owner of this World, Shawn Records

The Election Project, Simon Roberts

Hackney Wick, Stephen Gill

Vedove / Widows, Takashi Homma

Cathedral Cars, Thomas Mailaender

Looters, Tiane Doan na Champassak

Behind the Curtains, Tomas van Houtryve

Gomorroh Girl (second edition), Valerio Spada

Qaammaqqivaar, Verena Bruening

Empty Bottles, WassinkLundgren

Tokyo Tokyo, WassinkLudgren

Parking Garages, Willson Cummer

Kitintale, Yann Gross

Before Tomorrow, Yannik Willing

The Story of Four Generations, Yee Ling Tang

Featured as one of the TOP TEN Things to do at FotoDC in Feature Shoot!

Indie Photobook Library at GuatePhoto, November 7-25, 2012

Join the Indie Photobook Library and Little Brown Mushroom in Guatemala City for GuatePhoto’s “Libros de fotografía” – NOVEMBER 7 – 25, 2012.

Captured by a Portrait
20 Photobooks from the Indie Photobook Library
Curated by Larissa Leclair and Leslie J. Ureña

GuatePhoto
Edificio OEG
Vía 6, 3-56 zona 4, Segundo nivel
Guatemala City, GUATEMALA
November 7 -25, 2012

“Captured by a Portrait” is a selection of books that illustrate the different ways in which portraiture can be variably defined. The photographers and makers of these books grapple with and expand the definition of the genre through their photographs of strangers, family members, friends, or even new locations.

Judith Erwes stages her sitters in the style of wedding photography of the 1970s and 1980s, while Tammy Mercure presents Elvis Presley through images of impersonators and commemorative portraits of the deceased singer. Eric Bessel’s work shows the interaction between the photographer and the photographed in a selection of compelling portraits.

Igal Permuth, Jaime Permuth, Mario Permuth turn to the complex history of Guatemala as they portray their family. As does Tony Luong, in Two Roofs, who photographs his family and their homes and spaces, as he tries to come to an understanding of his family background. Nguan turns to the bustling Tokyo neighborhood of Shibuya, seeking to define it through its people and landscape. Alejandro Cartagena turns to the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico, capturing the identical homes stacked one next to the other, to the incursion of high-end brands.

Being at the edge of an urban center allows Miquel Llonch to capture the seemingly remote woods, through the glow of the city. Morten Andersen takes viewers deep into the forest, devoid of homes and people, and composes a multi-faceted portrait of place.

Whether through following the traditional trappings of portraiture, or subverting them, these books question the definition of a portrait, its role in society, and its place in photographic history.

Larissa Leclair is a writer, curator and collector and Founder of the Indie Photobook Library. Leslie J. Ureña holds an MA and PhD in Art History from Northwestern University, and is an art curator and critic based in Washington, DC.

Blå Skog/Blue Sky, 2009
Morten Andersen

Found Photos in Detroit, 2012 (Cesura)
Arianna Arcara / Luca Santese

He Was There, 2012
Mariken Wessels

Archive {2005-2010}, 2011 (Conveyor)
Eric Bessel

Four years, three deaths, sweaty armpits and a fetus, 2011
Sarah Carlier

Suburbia Mexicana, 2011 (Daylight, Photolucida)
Alejandro Cartagena

Imitation of Lives, 2011
Judith Erwes

Rhapsody for my Wretched Little Universe, 2010 (Zen Foto Gallery)
Han Chao

Speaking of Names, 2012
Christopher Gianunzio and Jenny Tondera

LOOK At Me, 2012
David Lykes Keenan

In the fields of gold, 2012 (Poursuite)
Miquel Llonch

Two Roofs | 2008-Present, 2012
Tony Luong

Elvis, 2012
Tammy Mercure

The Amnesia Pavilions, 2011 (A-Jump Books)
Nicholas Muellner

SHIBUYA, 2010
Nguan

FC Volga United, 2011
Sergey Novikov

Re-trato de Familia, 2004
Igal Permuth, Jaime Permuth, Mario Permuth

Interior Relations, 2011 (Charles Lane Press)
Ian van Coller

11-21, 2007
Jan von Holleben

No Thoughts #7, 2012
Alyssa Noches / Amber Chavez / April Lea Hutchinson/ Ariane Geffard / Brad Elterman / Dan Zev / Edgar Berg / Evan Tetreault / Jesse Untracht Oakner / Jim Herrington / Jimmy Fontaine / Johan Kleinjan / Joseph Zentil / Martina Simkovicova / Maurizio Di Iorio / Megan McIssac / Michael Barolet / Michael J DeMeo / Mike Schreiber / Olivia Locher / Peter Puklus /Ray Potes / Rhiannon Adam / Samantha Casolari / Theo Gosselin / Xiang Ting Huang

TRAVELING —————————————-EXHIBITION: A Survey of Documentary Styles in early 21st century Photobooks

See photos of the opening and panel discussions on Facebook.

 

Welcoming the iPL for the first time to the West Coast, Gallery Carte Blanche in San Francisco will host the 3rd Indie Photobook Library feature-length exhibition curated by Darius Himes (Assistant Director, Fraenkel Gallery and Co-Founder, Radius Books) and Larissa Leclair (Founder, Indie Photobook Library). Concurrently, an exhibition of photographs chosen from the selected photobooks will be displayed in the gallery curated by Gwen Lafage, (Founder, Gallery Carte Blanche).

The early- to mid-20th century produced a handful of photographic styles with a photojournalistic or documentary vocabulary at their core. This “documentary tradition” flourished in the latter half of the century, as photographic equipment shrunk, film speeds increased and world-wide traveled became easier and cheaper. The last decades have seen an explosion in art-photography educational programs and self-publishing, coupled with a continuing desire to explore the world, near and far. As we stand in the morning light of a new century, already some 12 years old, it is worth considering the question, What of the documentary style? When it comes to approaching the world around us—its people, places, conflicts, development and intertwined societies—how have the languages within the growing world of photography changed and shaped the conversation we have in images?

– Darius Himes

T H E   D E T A I L S:

“A SURVEY of DOCUMENTARY STYLES in early 21st century PHOTOBOOKS”
Selections from the Indie Photobook Library

70 photobooks selected by DARIUS HIMES and LARISSA LECLAIR

And limited–edition photographs by a selection of artists including ELIOT DUDIK, MATT EICH, McNAIR EVANS, MICHAEL JANG, ERICA McDONALD & LACEY TERRELL

GALLERY CARTE BLANCHE
973 Valencia, San Francisco, California
September 14, 2012 – October 18, 2012 – extended to OCTOBER 22, 2012 AND TRAVELING TO FOTOWEEK DC, November 11-18, 2012

Opening reception Friday, September 14, 2012
with a weekend full of photobook events.

WEEKEND EVENTS

Friday, September 14th, 2012 6-9pm: OPENING

Saturday, September 15th:

11.30am-2pm: Photobook Club

2.30pm-6pm: 3 panel discussions moderated by Larissa Leclair and Darius Himes:
‘The Art of Artists Book’ – Lauren Henkin, John DeMerritt, Michael Light
‘Publishing a Photobook’ – Patrick Aguilar (Owl & Tiger Books), John Steck Jr. (Make Book Blog), Dan Milnor
‘Documentary photographic styles in the early 21st century’ – Todd Hido, Eric W Carroll, Kathleen Laraia McLaughlin

Sunday, September 16th: Spend the day with Daniel Milnor & Lauren Henkin
Limited space available – Fee: $150; $130 for early registration

10am-1pm: “How to make a book that works” with Dan Milnor

Daniel Milnor, Blurb Photographer at Large, will demonstrate how to make a professional quality photography book using the Blurb publishing platform. Milnor will walk students through a start to finish process of creating a print-on-demand book, from downloading the Blurb software, defining what their book is, editing and sequencing, through design and promotion. Milnor will illustrate the range and nuances of the Blurb platform by showing real-world examples of books that work. Other topics will include choose the right cover, building an audience for a book, using the Blurb bookstore, adding eBook to your offerings and realities of making books in the print-on-demand world.

2-5pm: “Introduction to self-publishing Artist books” with photographer and bookmaker, Lauren Henkin

This lecture will provide an introduction for photographers looking to self publish artist books. By presenting potential advantages/benefits as well as the challenges of publishing, explaining types of publications, and a walk-through of her own experiences in publishing, Henkin will leave participants with the knowledge of what tools, skills, and resources will be necessary to complete a self published artist book.

SPACE IS LIMITED FOR ALL EVENTS. Please register at http://iplgcb.eventbrite.com/.

For press inquiries, please contact Larissa Leclair, contact@indiephotobooklibrary.org.

 

The EXHIBITION CATALOG, designed by Patrick Aguilar of Owl & Tiger Books can be purchased through the Blurb bookstore.

 

T H E  B O O K S :

Estaría Bien Poner un Título Aquí, Alba Yruela

Ohio, Alec Soth and Brad Zellar

Uncommon Intimacy, Amy Stein, Amy Touchette, Erica McDonald, Juliana Beasley

The Kaddu Wasswa Archive, Andrea Stultiens and Arthur Kisitu

Woman With a Camera (35mm), Anne Collier

Odo Yakuza Tokyo (second edition), Anton Kusters

Hose Variations, Bjarne Bare

BURN.01

Memory Traces, Cary Markerink

The Distance Between Us, Christopher Capozziello

Concresco, David Galjaard

27 Good-byes, Deanna Dikeman

574 Views of Johnstown, Ed Panar

Road Ends in Water, Eliot Dudik

French American Trip, Eric Tabuchi

This is Not My Wife, Erik van der Weijde

How Terry Likes His Coffee, Florian van Roekel

Sadkids Number 5: Gonerfest Edition, Geoffrey Ellis

No Destiny (Transitions-Rochester), Gregory Halpern

A Falling Horizon, Heidi de Gier

Butte, America: A Vernacular History. Vol. 1, Ian van Coller

10, in-public

Cityscapes + Birdmen, Jacquie Maria Wessels

Unmarked Sites, Jessica Auer

My Brother’s War, Jessica Hines

Found Piles & Other Topograhica, John Steck Jr.

Last Call, Judith Stenneken

CENSURA, Julián Barón

The Color of Hay, Kathleen Laraia McLaughlin

offSET, Lacey Terrell

The Ninety-Nine Percent, Mathieu Asselin

Desert Days, Matt Austin

Carry Me Ohio, Matt Eich

Ramadan in Yemen, Max Pam

See You Soon, Maxwell Anderson

A Journal of Southern History, McNair Evans

Summer Weather, Michael Jang

No Man’s Land, Mishka Henner

Geolocation, Nate Larson & Marni Shindelman

The Pier, Nils Petter Löfstedt

Gone Quickly, Noah Beil

Visitor, Ofer Wolberger

There is Nothing Beautiful Around Here, Paccarik Orue

Donovan Wylie One Day Taking Photographs in Belfast, Peter Mann

Muddy Treads, Peter Sutherland

Grassland, Phil Underdown

The Constant Change, photo.circle

Firework Studies, Pierre Le Hors

Preston Bus Station, Preston is My Paris

Crime Victims Chronicle, Ray Meeks and Deborah Luster

Stay Cool, RJ Shaughnessy

Alpine Star, Ron Jude

Thrashers, Sacha Maric

May the Road Rise to Meet You, Sara Macel

9/11 Flipbook, Scott Blake

Owner of this World, Shawn Records

The Election Project, Simon Roberts

Hackney Wick, Stephen Gill

Vedove / Widows, Takashi Homma

Cathedral Cars, Thomas Mailaender

Looters, Tiane Doan na Champassak

Behind the Curtains, Tomas van Houtryve

Gomorroh Girl (second edition), Valerio Spada

Qaammaqqivaar, Verena Bruening

Empty Bottles, WassinkLundgren

Tokyo Tokyo, WassinkLudgren

Parking Garages, Willson Cummer

Kitintale, Yann Gross

Before Tomorrow, Yannik Willing

The Story of Four Generations, Yee Ling Tang

Indie Photobook Library at the Peabody Essex Museum

The Indie Photobook Library is honored to be part of the Peabody Essex Museum’s “year of photography” initiative for 2012. As one of the world’s oldest photography collections totaling nearly one million individual objects, the PEM is celebrating photography all year with exhibitions by Ansel Adams, Jerry Uelsmann, and Barbara Bosworth, and public programming dedicated to the photographic image. June kicks off a monthly series of evening programs for adults, each featuring late-night gallery openings, music and food, artist demonstrations, film and talks, and on Thursday, June 21, 2012, a pop-up exhibition from the Indie Photobook Library.

Peabody Essex Museum
East India Square
161 Essex Street
Salem, MA 01970-3783 USA
(MAP)
South Spine-Atrium
THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2012, 6:30–9:30 pm
Members and Salem residents, $5; nonmembers $7
Current Threads: Contemporary Photobooks from the Indie Photobook Library

Selected from the Indie Photobook Library’s permanent collection, the books presented in this pop-up exhibition feature photographic work with underlying elements of water and celebrate the strength in self-publishing and small collaborative presses.

16 Bilder, Rebekka Seubert / 1%ofONE Verlag
Autre Eden, Philippe Lopparelli / Poursuite Editions
Before Things Change, Seth Fluker / Schnauzer
Black Scabbard Research Centre, Pedro Ramos
Deep & Cold Puddle!, Tuomas Korpijaakko
Dive, Marco Onofri / Senape
Dry Heat, Emi Okabe
Fiume, Guido Guidi / FantomBooks
Forest Coast, Ben Grieme and Clarke Tolton / artbookclub
Freo Beach, event no. 1-5, Chiara Terraneo
Hose Variations, Bjarne Bare / Cornerkiosk Press
Hurricane Story, Jennifer Shaw / Broken Levee Books
Mill River, Joseph Gerhard
Monochromia Botanica, Benny Asrul / 6by6press
Northern Shore, David J. Eisenlord / North Light Press
Oceanus, Elisabeth Tonnard
Of Falling and Floating, Elijah Gowin / Tin Roof Press
Road Ends in Water, Eliot Dudik / Saga Publishing
Shoreline, Fábio Silva and Carlos C. Pinto
Strawberry Snow, Yves Suter / Hakuin Verlag
Svalbard, Greg White
Thank God That’s Over, Emiliano Granado
The Lightness of Being, Alinka Echeverria
The Salton Sea, Clay Lipsky
The Sea Vol 1, Gu Fan / good morning light
The Sundays of Life, Bela Doka
Transformer, Sevim Sancaktar / Reccollective
Water’s Edge, Open To Interpretation / Taylor & O’Neill
Watershed: The French Broad River, Jeff Rich / photolucida

iPL and Gallery Carte Blanche present

Gallery Carte Blanche, San Francisco, California

A Survey of Documentary Styles in early 21st century Photobooks

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.

Details »

Indie Photobook Library at PPAC Book Fair 2012

The Indie Photobook Library has been invited to participate again in the PPAC Annual Book Fair!

Come browse a selection of photobooks from the Indie Photobook Library archive and donate your book!
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center
1400 N. American St.
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Saturday May 5, 2012
12-6pm
Free and open to the public

A number of small presses, publishers, and artists will also be there selling books, prints, and ephemera. And Ben Lowy, Ed Panar, and Ron Jude will be signing books! More info.

This will be the iPL’s first crowd-sourced exhibition. Thank you to everyone who suggested titles from the collection. The following titles from the Indie Photobook Library archive will be on display:

Ada Hamza, Vol 3: Endless Vacation

Adria Canameras, Vol 2: Par Hazard

Aint Bad #2

Alexandra Silverthorne, MidNights

Andreas Schöning, Rooms

Andrew Bovasso, Conversations with Dan McNulty in Jersey City

Andrew Youngson, The Devils’ Garden

Aya Takada, Fragrance Petite

Bela Doka, The Sundays of Life

Bertil Nilsson, Undisclosed

Brad Rimmer, Silence: The Western Australian Wheatbelt

Calvin Lee, Restore Defaults

Carl Gunhouse, Suburban Youth; American Desire

Carl Gunhouse, Christine Rogers, Rachel Boillot, Tiana Peterson, The Promise of Real Estate

Chris Coekin, The Altogether

David Schulz, The Terrorist’s Handbook

David Underwood, Stapled Photo Grids

Deanna Dikeman, 27 Good-byes

Deborah Hamon, Girls: Fact and Fiction

Euan Forrester, Soundproof

Filipe Bianchi, India; Self-Portrait

Filipe Casaca, My Home is Where You Are

Gary Green, History

Hasisi Park

Jay Muhlin, Half Life: A Portrait of Lauren

Jeanne Friscia, A Piece of Heaven

John Pitsakis, 256 Days

Jonathan Lucas, Rorschach Test

Joyce P. Lopez, The Trouble with Birds

Kirk Carter, Curious Surfaces

Kyunghee Lee, Island

Lay Flat 01, Remain in Light

Lloyd Stubber, Scram

Marcus Bastel, But Where Are All the People

Matt Austin, Talking with Fear about Dying Tomorrow

My Own Wilderness

No Thoughts #7

Open to Interpretation, Water’s Edge

Paccarik Orue, There is Nothing Beautiful Around Here

Phillip Kalantzis-Cope, On the Plane

Robert Rutöd, Less is More

Roger Minick, American Biographics

Stacy Renee Morrison, Carl Gunhouse, Andrew Atkinson, Matt Kaelin, Emerging Photographers

Stefan Vanthuyne, From Here to Oblivion

Sumeja Tulic, Vol 1: Approaching the Encapsulated

Tammy Mercure, March 2012: Religion

Tell Mum Everything is ok

Thomas Bouquin and Pascal Amoyel, UN; DEUX