Arts & Sciences Projects has been invited to select 10 photobooks to be included in the online component of the 10x10 American Photobooks project.
10x10 American Photobooks is a multi-platform ongoing series of photobook events co-sponsored by the International Center of Photography Library, Tokyo Institute of Photography and the Photobook Facebook Group.
10×10 American Photobooks will present 100 contemporary American photobooks selected by 10 specialists in a reading room and an additional 200 books online from the perspective of 10 American and 10 Japanese online photobook specialists.
By emphasizing the selections from the 30 leading voices in the photobook community, 10×10 will provide a concise and well-researched selection for both the seasoned and new viewer of contemporary American artists’ photobooks.
More info here:
10×10 American Reading Room Specialists
Shannon Michael Cane / Printed Matter
Lindsey Castillo, Rebecca O’Keefe, and Grant Willing / The Camera Club of New York
Bruno Ceschel / Self Publish, Be Happy
Christina Labey / Conveyor Arts
Larissa Leclair / Indie Photobook Library
Leigh Ledare / Photographer
Harper Levine + John Gossage / Harper’s Books and Loosestrife Editions
David Senior / Museum of Modern Art Library Bibliographer
David Solo / Collector
Alec Soth and Brad Zellar / Little Brown Mushroom
10x10 American Online Specialists - English Language
Tom Claxton / Claxton Projects
Joerg Colberg / Conscientious
Adam Bell / Photographer and writer
James Pomerantz / Photographer and Photo Researcher at The New Yorker Magazine
Matt Johnson / The Photobook Club
Melanie McWorter / photo-eye, Bookstore Manager
Eric Miles / photo-eye, Director of rare books and online auctions
Heidi Sanders / 6 Decades Books
Douglas Stockdale / The Photobook
Philip Tomaru / Arts & Sciences Projects
10×10 American Online Specialists – Japanese Language
Kazuhiro Yamaji / Flying Books
Hiro Eguchi / Utrecht
Yumi Goto / Reminders Project
Taka Kawachi / amana photo collection
Standard Bookstore in Osaka
Ihiro Hayami + Atsushi Hamanaka / PHaT PHOTO & twelvebooks
Sawako Fukai / Artbeat Publishers
Mika Kobayashi / The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Yoshikatsu Fujii / Photobook Club Tokyo
Byways & Through Lines
Pierre Le Hors
Dashwood Books, 2013
Got this special delivery in the mail.
02/2013 (Poles & Wires)
Published by Dashwood, 2013
This new book by Dashwood contains previously unpublished works by Mapplethorpe from his early career from 1969 to 1973. Lots of appropriated imagery from magazines in mixed-media collages. Includes an original text by Patti Smith.
We’re continuing to post some of our favorite new publications we’ve discovered in the past few months.
Today, we’re featuring a new zine, Points of Tension, by Kyle Tata, a Baltimore-based artist whose work often addresses topics such as urbanism, psycho-geography, and surveillance.
A definite “must add” for your collection:
Zine Masters of the Universe features zines by Mark Gonzales, Ari Marcopoulos, Ray Pettibon, and Dash Snow.
Published on the occasion of the exhibit Zine Masters of the Universe, at the 2013 LA Art Book Fair. Curated by Philip E. Aarons. Limited edition of 500.
The Incredible Journey that is Consciousness
Alex Fuller & Gabe Usadel
Fun with simple geometry. A visual delight discovered at Printed Matter’s booth at the recent Independent Art Fair in NYC.
10x10 Panel Discussion.
Event: 10x10 Panel Discussion “How independent and self-publishers are currently reshaping the American photobook”
Location: Ten10 Studios (10-10 47th Road, Long Island City, 11101)
Date: Sunday, 5 May 2013, 3:00 p.m.
It’s a beautiful day in New York to go for a stroll. Make your way to Petrella’s Imports’ art-centric newsstand at the intersection of Bowery & Canal Street.
On view and available for sale: Arts & Sciences Projects publications by Calvin Lee, Martin Masetto, Ryan Compton, and Philip Tomaru.
Also check out zines by our friends Anthony Malone, NOWORK, Trevor Powers, Charlie Welch & Paul Moreno, and Carl Gunhouse & Tom Marquet.
Check out the second issue of We Don’t Owe You a Thing #2, by Carl Gunhouse and Tom Marquet.
We Don’t Owe You A Thing Fanzine #2 is a fanzine about art & hardcore. Features an interview with Jason Wurm, art by Keith Sullivan, Guy Nelson, Joseph Micheal Lopez, Jacob Rhodes, and Tom Marquet. Includes writing by Jacob Rhodes and Jonathan Lux, plus reviews of hardcore shows and exhibitions.
Visit Carl’s Tumblr here: