Tag Archives: Australia

Asia Pacific Photobook Archive Pop-up Exhibition @ Centre for Contemporary Photography, Fitzroy ~ 13.10.2019

In Australia we have the most faithful and loyal collaborators on celebrating this special day for all photobook lovers. So we are very happy that both Asia Pacific Photobook Archive and Centre for Contemporary Photography are back celebrating with us and that they teamed up to let you see a 200 photobooks pop-up exhibition. All […]

World Photobook Weekend by Ballarat International Foto Biennale

Even before our annual call to celebrate World PhotoBook Day, in Australia there is a big event already organized. Yay! They have prepared a three days long weekend to celebrate photobooks, from Saturday 12 October until Monday 14 October, as part of the Ballarat International Foto Biennale. Consult all the details here. The Ballarat International […]

Brisbane celebration of World Photobook Day 2018

PhotoBook Club Brisbane is every year one of the first clubs that celebrates Anna Atkins’ book anniversary, yet this year they have been also an active part in the writing of this year manifesto, which is very appreciated. They are calling you to join them on Saturday October 13th, at the Fryer Library University of Queensland, with all these activities coordinated by David Symons. Find more details on their website.

Discounts at MGA Shop, on Saturday 14th only!

Monash Gallery Art is hosting a meet-up with PhotoBook Club Melbourne for Tuesday 17th, but until that moment, you can also celebrate World PhotoBook Day at MGA Shop with a 5% off in photobooks. Only on Saturday 14th, from 12-5 pm! Follow this link to learn more. And the yellow silhouettes on the map for […]

Photobook Club Melbourne meetup – celebrating World Photobook Day

PhotoBook Club Melbourne participates one more year in the annual celebrations of World PhotoBook Day with a meet up at Monash Gallery of Art. No reservations required, so drop by with a photobook to share and comment with other photobook enthusiasts! Photobook Club Melbourne meetup – celebrating World Photobook Day 17 October 2017 7-8.30pm at […]

Celebrate Photobook´s birthday with PhotoBook Club Brisbane

Doug Spowart and Victoria Cooper, with PhotoBook Club Brisbane, invites you to participate in a mail action to celebrate this year’s World Photobook Day. Send a birthday card to wish Photobooks a Happy 174th Brithday! Anyone, at any part of the wolrd can participate! All the details on the picture below:   Talking Books Send […]

Cooper+Spowart. An invitation: Contribute to Photobook Shelfie

Doug Spowart and Victoria Cooper organized a great acitivity for World PhotoBook Day 2015. They asked people to make a self-portrait with a favourite photobook, and to accompany this selfie with some lines commenting the book. With the result they made an exhibition at Maud Gallery in Brisbane, and a second version at The Photography […]

World PhotoBook Day at the Centre for Contemporary Photography in Melbourne

This is the announcement of Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive on their instagram account: View this post on Instagram One for your diary – the @photobookarchive, @photobookmelbourne, and @ccp_australia have teamed up to celebrate World Photobook Day on October 14th. We'll be bringing together a host of local and international photographers, photobook-makers, and curators to mark this […]

Cooper + Spowart in Brisbane

They are the first ones. Because they are the first ones organizing an event for this year, and at the moment they will be the first celebrating the day. It will be in Brisbane, Australia, and they are Doug Spowart and Victoria Cooper. They started a PhotoBook Club in Toowoomba and now in Brisbane they […]

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 […]