The Templetons are paying their annual visit in our Bookshop. This time they will be presenting their latest books from Superlabo in Japan - Yesterday and City Confessions #1: Tokyo. Mon 11 Nov, 17.00 - 19.00. Bookshop Free event, no Booking. We advise to turn up on time - Templetons' events tend to get busy. Spreads from: Deanna Templeton: Yesterday Spreads from Ed Templeton: Tokyo
Please join us in the Bookshop to celebrate Issue 01 of Photography For Whom? with a panel discussion between Anthony Luvera (artist, writer and educator), Shirley Read (curator, writer and oral historian) and Trevor Appleson (artist). Published twice yearly, Photography For Whom? seeks to shine light on significant work of the past and to generate debate about contemporary practice. The journal brings writing and practice from the community photography movement back into circulation from sources which are out of print, largely unknown or difficult to access. Each issue presents a historic text alongside a newly commissioned piece of writing to...
Please join us in the Bookshop and meet photographer Anders Petersen, who will be signing copies of his publications. A selection of Petersen's books will be available to buy on the evening, which includes Café Lehmitz, Color Lehmitz, Stockholm, Close Distance & Du Mich Auch. Signed copies may be pre-ordered, here. Free event, no booking required
Please join us in the Bookshop and meet photographer Dafydd Jones who is launching his latest book Screen Time, published by Circa Press. The smartphone is ubiquitous, and most of us are addicted. In social situations, instead of participating, we focus on our screens. In this book, photographer Dafydd Jones shows us just how pervasive our screen addiction has become. From the grandest parties, to the races, the seaside, and even in the street, he shows how the smartphone has killed conversation and changed the way we look at the world – perhaps forever. Dafydd Jones is one of...
Jack Latham & Professor Gisli Gudjónsson CBE: Sugar Paper Theories, Second Edition. Book Signing. Wed 23 Oct, 17.00 - 18.00
Please join us in the Bookshop and meet Jack Latham and Professor Gisli Gudjónsson CBE , who will be signing copies of the new edition of Sugar Paper Theories, published by Here Press. Copies of Parliament of Owls will also be available to purchase and have signed. Signed copies may be pre-ordered, here. Free event, no booking required