In Our Own Image
Fred Ritchin and Brian Palmer
Join Fred Ritchin and journalist, photographer, and filmmaker Brian Palmer for a discussion on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary edition of Ritchin’s groundbreaking book In Our Own Image.
Tuesday, November 9, 6:30 pm
Aperture Gallery & Bookstore
Archive for READING MATTERS
Kate Breakey’s mid-career monograph PAINTED LIGHT (UT Press) is being celebrated with exhibitions, talks and signings this weekend in Austin:
Reception and signing, Saturday, 7 pm at The Wittliff Collection, San Marcos (see below)
Reception and signing Sunday, 4-7 pm at the Stephen L. Clark Gallery, 110 W. 6th Street, Austin
NOVEMBER 6, 2010, SATURDAY, 7:00 PM
PAINTED LIGHT | Artist Reception + Book Launch
Internationally recognized for her large-scale, richly hand-colored photographs, KATE BREAKEY is the featured speaker for the Painted Light exhibition reception and book launch of the latest title in the Wittliff Collections’ Southwestern & Mexican Photography Book Series. Kate’s introduction will be made by critic, poet, lecturer, and editor A.D. COLEMAN. Published by the University of Texas Press,Painted Light is available October 2010. Books will be for sale at the event for $65.00 plus tax.
Attendees are asked to RSVP to email@example.com.
Visitor information and directions: link here
Special thanks to this event’s Partner Sponsor: SUSAN CREWS BAILEY.
Don’t miss all that is FOTOWEEK DC! Lectures, exhibitions, evening projections, photobooks and more! I hope to see you at the portfolio reviews on Sunday, and at our lecture (with coauthor Darius Himes) on publishing photobooks on Monday, 12:00 noon at the Corcoran (free).
And, major exhibitions of interest in DC independently of FWDC:
JOHN GOSSAGE: THE POND at the American Art Museum (through January 17)
THE PRE-RAPHAELITE LENS: BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHY and PAINTING, 1848-1875 at the National Gallery of Art (through January 30th)
COBURN AND THE PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTFOLIO at the Phillips Collection (through January 9th)
One of my favorite fairs of the year, without question! From the website:
Free and open to the public, the Fair hosts over 200 international presses, booksellers, antiquarian dealers, artists and publishers from twenty countries, offering the best in contemporary art book publishing.
Philip Aarons, Chairman of the Board of Printed Matter, said: “The NY Art Book Fair is the premiere venue to find what’s new in art publishing. While it has spawned the next generation of independent art book fairs world-wide, it remains the biggest, the best, and by far the most fun.”
The NY Art Book Fair includes special project rooms, screenings, book signings, and performances, throughout the weekend.
Other events include the third annual Contemporary Artists’ Books Conference, and The Classroom, a curated series of informal conversations between artists, together with readings, workshops and other artist-led events.”
NOT TO BE MISSED!!
From an e-update from Radius Books:
UPCOMING EVENTS with David Taylor
In Conjunction with Anna Deavere Smith Works, Inc. at New York University and the “Bodies on the Line“* Symposium:
Presentation and Discussion with David Taylor on his project “WORKING THE LINE”
Hosted by Radius Books
Tuesday, November 2nd, 6-8 pm
NYU, 20 Cooper Square (5th and Bowery, 5th Floor)
FREE and open to all who RSVP (until capacity):
Visit the website to learn of other Symposium events this coming week that are open to the public.
*The “Bodies on the Line” Symposium is supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
“PUBLISH YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK” Lecture at PhotoPlus Expo, Thursday October 28th from 1:15 – 3:15
“In this informative presentation, industry insiders Darius D. Himes and Mary Virginia Swanson survey the current landscape of photography book publishing today and point out the many avenues to pursue and pitfalls to avoid. Together, they will demystify the process of making a photobook from the perspectives of both traditional trade publishing and self-publishing. Lastly, they will lend essential advice about the marketing of your book at its launch and beyond. Whether your body of work is completed and ready for publication or you dream of one day having a book of your photographs, this seminar will be of value. Himes and Swanson are co-authors of Publish Your Photography Book to be released in Winter 2011 by Princeton Architectural Press. Handouts will be provided.”