4 October - 2 November 2014

a Photoworks production

Photo Publishers’ Market

Book Fair, Photo Publisher's Market© Elin Karlsson, 2013

Photo Publishers’ Market

Phoenix Brighton, 10-14 Waterloo Place, Brighton
Sat 18 – Sun 19, October 11am-5pm
FREE

Photoworks, Brighton Photo Fringe and Miniclick present a Photo Publishers’ Market weekend, hosted by Phoenix Brighton.

Come browse a stimulating mix of photobooks from established imprints, emerging houses and self-publishers and buy direct from the publishers themselves. A series of talks curated by Miniclick runs throughout the weekend.

Confirmed exhibitors:

Brown Owl Press
bt:st verlag
Cafe Royal Books
Dewi Lewis
Ditto Press
Fell/Her eyes and my voice
Fishbar
Format Editions
fourteen-nineteen
GOST
Hoxton Mini Press
MACK
Made To Order Press
MAP6
Miniclick Press
OneStep4Words
Photoworks
PJB Editions
Read That Image/Magic Editions
Save Zine
SB Books
The Plantation Journal
Trolley Books
University of Brighton

 

The Talks Schedule curated by Miniclick

Saturday 18 October:

12 – 1pm – Dewi Lewis on Photobooks today.
Founded in 1994 Dewi Lewis Publishing is internationally known for its photography list. Its authors include a number of the leading British and international photographers such as William Klein, Martin Parr, Simon Norfolk, Fay Godwin, Tom Wood, Sergio Larrain, Frank Horvat, John Blakemore, Paolo Pelegrin and Bruce Gilden. The aim of the company is to bring to the attention of a wider public, accessible but challenging contemporary photography by both established and lesser known practitioners.

2 – 3pm – Lisa Barnard presents her new book Hyenas of the Battlefield, Machine in the Garden from GOST.
Hyenas of the Battlefield, Machines in the Garden, is a study into the ‘unholy alliance’ between the military, the entertainment industry and technology, and their coalescence around modern-day warfare. As Fredric Jameson famously observed in 1991 “the underside of culture is blood, torture, death and horror.”

4 – 5pm – Print Lives!
A panel discussion to celebrate all things print, chaired by Harry Hardie of HERE and featuring Ditto Press, Fourteen-Nineteen and Cafe Royal Books.

Sunday 19 October:

12 – 1pm – Craig Atkinson of Cafe Royal Books discusses collaborating and working with archives.
Café Royal Books (founded 2005) is an independent publisher based in the North West of England. They make well finished, affordable, limited and collectible photo books / zines.

2 – 3pm – Getting Started.
A panel discussion on getting started in photo publishing from some of the best new folk on the scene including Fell, La Pina, Format Editions and Made to Order.

FREE

This event is accessible to wheelchair users.

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