The Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive + Strange Neighbour

A big event in Melbourne is organized by The Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive and Strange Neighbour in which 10 photographers, publishers, self-publishers, curators, artists and other institutions -for a foreigner it’s seems a who is who of photobook scene in Melbourne- that will have 5 minutes each to discuss their favourite photobook. Audience is invited to bring their own favourite photobook to share and discuss.

All the details for a great evening at Strange Neighbour on this link:

The Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive has teamed up with Strange Neighbour to present an evening of photobook celebration and sharing.

Anna Atkins' Sargassum Bacciferum cyanotype to call Melbourne to celebrate World PhotoBook Day

Anna Atkins’ Sargassum Bacciferum cyanotype to call Melbourne to celebrate World PhotoBook Day

A distinguished list of speakers will each bring along their favourite photobook and discuss it for 5 mins.

 Heidi Romano – Unless You Will & Photobook Melbourne

Linsey Gosper – Strange Neighbour

Torika Bolatagici – Pacific Photobook Project

Katrin Koenning – photographer, recently included in ‘Photographer’s Sketchbooks’ (Thames and Hudson)

Ying Ang – photographer , recently self-published her book ‘Gold Coast’

Paul John Nelson – Editions Ltd & Stay Young.

Pippa Milne – independent curator & Centre for Contemporary Photography

Patrick Pound – artist

Emma Phillips – photographer, recently self-published her book ‘Salt’

Daniel Boetker-Smith – Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive & Photography Studies College

Audience members are invited to being along their favourite book to share, and discuss.

See you there.

World Photobook Day Celebration
14th October 2014, 6pm
Strange Neighbour
395-397 Gore St
Fitzroy, Melbourne
Victoria
Australia

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