Photobookshow is an arts organisation, set up in 2011 to raise the profile of artist-led photobooks though exhibitions, talks and workshops. Our 3000 plus archive is now held and managed by Biblioteka.

Biblioteka Opening: London, Uk - October 7, 2021

Our archive is now about 4000 photobooks which for the last few years have been moved from storage to storage not being looked at. It felt wrong to have this amazing collection and no one seeing it, our dream was always to have a library space. So when our friends at Biblioteka gave us the opportunity to let them take the archive and set up a public space alongside other collections we could not have been happier. Our whole archive is now safely at the Biblioteka space (Unit 6, Bellenden Road Business Centre, London) where they will be hosting an opening event on the 7th of October. We will continue to organise shows and add books to the archive. When: 7th of October 2021 Where: Unit 6, Bellenden Road Business Centre, SE15 4RF, London What time: 4pm onwards Webpage:

K Book Show: Nida, Lithuania - September 11 to 14, 2019

When Exhibition: 11th to the 14th of September 2019. Talk: 11th September 2019 Where Gintaro galerija-muziejus. Pamario g. 20 Nida, Lithuania Amber gallery-museum. Pamario str. 20 Nida, Lithuania About We are very pleased to announce that Photobookshow will be taking part in International Photography Symposium “NIDA 2019. Meeting Photography” this Autumn in Lithuania. Lectures, artist talks, workshops, exhibition openings, photo-books and open-air screenings in public spaces will take place during the festival. Participants: Pere Saguer Jofre, Rikard Österlund, Filippo Zambon, Alan Gignoux, Chris Wong, Aram Tanis, Heather Tait, Grace Lau, Rosalind Clarke, Francesca Catastini, Guilherme Bergamini, Sandrine Elberg, De Kwok, Irina Lenkova, John MacLean, Vera Hadzhiyska, Otto di Paolo, Matt Erasmus, Adam Void & Matthew Burns, Marius Eckert, David Adams, Mischa de Stroumillo, Dominic Teagle, Julia Borissova, Andrei Krasilin, Patrick Murphy, Debbie Naylor, Tatiana Lazareva, Michael Wynne, Sandra Jordan, Sibylle Eimermacher, Adriana Monsalve, Alexander Chernavskiy, Lesya Kim, Ute Behrend, Hristina Tasheva, Swasti Bharti, Michel Mazzoni, Pieces of Berlin, Claire Jolin & Hervé Scialdo, Martino Marangoni, Peter Dekens, Karianne Bueno, Robert Pufleb, Jos Jansen, Natascha Libbert, Simon Brugner, Pippa Healy, Bridgette Ashton, Eva Louisa Jonas, Tom Broadbent, Jennifer Lo, Dominik Gigler, Viktor Marushchenko, Martin Zellerhoff, Leanne Wiggers, Leslie Hakim-Dowek, Sawako Obara & Kouji Okaya, Kevin Beck, William Sadowski, Irina Popova, Francisco Paco Carrascosa, Marek Lapis, Olga Bushkova, Loek Geradts, Luke & Nik Submissions Closed Submissions are now closed participants will be announced early September. Thank you to every one who submitted. Supported by International Photography Symposium NIDA. Meeting Photography is one of the longest existing events in Lithuania for professional photographers. First symposium (then seminar) took place in 1973. With few brakes it exists until today. From the very beginning of the event there was always the aim to meet, to exchange ideas, to create, to involve local community. It remains actual today. In present we are constantly searching for new forms, how to grow the reach of culture, educational processes, how to foster diversity in photographic expression and informal education. In more than forty years International Photography Symposium NIDA. Meeting Photography formed few important generations of creative and critical minds. Every year this event attracts not just Lithuanian but more and more foreign audience. We seek NIDA to become one important place in the context of European photography events actualizing processes in the region.

Photobookshow Zine Archive: Brighton, Uk - May 17, 2019

When: 6pm on the 17th May 2019 Where: 3 Jew Street, Brighton For one night only we will be showcasing a selection of 100+ Zines from our archive in Brighton. Everyone is welcome to come along and enjoy looking at some amazing Zines from around the world. Doors open at 6pm with records and drinks. Please note that unfortunately this venue (kindly lent to us for free) is not wheelchair friendly. Participants: Aya Takada, Joan Alexander, Alex Bailey & Helen Flanagan, Scott Caruth, Pogobooks, Carl Gunhouse, Yoshikatsu Fujii, Liana Yang, Luke Hamblin, Bojan Radovic, Maira Soares, We Are Yes, Craig Atkinson, Jessica Mallock, Jackie Batey, Diane Bielik, Pascal Amoyel & Thomas Bouquin, Savezine Collective, Pere Saguer, Lea Habourdin, Renato Abenavoli, Jože Suhadolnik, Valentina Abenavoli, Ginevra Shay, Slide Projector, Sarah Amy Fishlock/ Alan Knox/ Claire Maxwell/ Kate Oldham/ Kirsty Mackay/ Veronica Melendez, Egidija Ciricaite, George Cullen, Chris Gibson, Gummbah + Chantal Rens, Carlos Cancela, Roberto Boccaccino, Chloe Newman, Maria Olivares Alfaro, Elisavet Tamouridou, Esther S White & Trevor Powers, Homer Sykes, Lena Guimont, Trine Stephensen and Elevine Berge, Tetsuro Goto/後藤鐵郎, Ayumi Goromaru, Misaki Kase, Sachiko Kawanabe, Pierre Liebaert, Yuchen Yang, Stacy Kranitz, Enric Montes, Carles Palacio, Jagoda Wisniewska & Ania Mokrzycka, Rick Hekman, Heather McDonough, Bridgette Ashton, Carlos Loret de Mola, Matilda Skelton Mace, Estela Sanchis, Maki Hayashida / 林田真季, Marco van Duyvendijk, Pere Saguer, Ania Mokrzycka, Martin Seeds, Grainne Quinlan, Leanne Cunningham, Yuki Shimizu / 清水裕貴, Liana Yang, Landry A, Dave Kent, Oliver Udy, Alan Hunter, William Sadowski, Rosaline Shahnavaz, Kirill Golovchenko, Erik van der Weijde, Eclisse #1, Loren Lazic-Duffy, Heather McDonough, Melissa Campbell, Krasimira Butseva, Victoria Kvochur, Kevin Beck, Tomohiro Davies Matsuda, Ian Caulkett

Photobookshow Brighton: Brighton, Uk - October 5, 2018

We are pleased to be hosting a popup show at Fabrica Friday Lates during Harley Weir’s show “Homes” at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2018. For one night only we will be displaying a selection of 70 plus photobooks around this years BPB18 theme: A New Europe. The show will be on the 5th October from 6 till 11pm, with a bar and records playing till late. Come down and experience the wonderful work of Harley Weir and look through more than 70 photobooks selected from our archive. You will also be able to buy a copy of Harley Weir’s recently re-printed photobook “Homes”, published by Loose Joints on the night. When 6 to 11pm on the 5th October 2018 Who Everyone is welcome to come along. Free entry. Participants: Henrik Duncker, Vitaly Fomenko, Kuba Dabrowski, Bartlomiej Lurka, Gábor Arion Kudász, Julia Montilla, Valentino Barachini, Julia Mueller, Lina V Persson, Artists: Hertta Kiiski, Niina Vatanen, Authors: Monika Fagerholm, Mirjami Schuppert, Julian Baron, Kevin Fuchs, Carole Evans, Jenny Nordquist, Edward Newton, Kirill Golovchenko, Daisuke Inoue, Sam Ivin, Ignacio Navas, Mykola Senkovsky, Eline Baggen, Quentin de Briey, Laurent Chardon, Stephanie Neumann, Alexa Kirsten Stroth, Nicu Ilfoveanu, Marja Saleva, Gabor Arion Kudasz, David Jackson, Michel Mazzoni, Melanie Bonajo, Anastasia Shpilko, Gianluca Tamorri, Shantala Fels, André Baumecker, Andrzej Kramarz, Philipp Ebeling, Erik Schubert, Johannes Nadeno, Colin Robins, Yogananthan, Allegra Martin, Lucy Levene, Morten Andersen, Landry A, Florian Reischauer, Tomasz Wiech & Michał Olszewski, Miren Pastor, Simona Rota, Kevin Beck, Jess Smith, Göran Gnaudschun, Michal Luczak, Jeroen Hofman, Clara Bahlsen, Aleix Plademunt, Juan Diego Valera, Roger Guaus, Michael Fitzsimmons, Christopher Nunn, William Sadowski Where Fabrica, 40 Duke Street, Brighton, BN1 1AG Venue accessibility There are disabled parking spaces in the immediate area around the gallery. There are two spaces directly outside Fabrica and there are also disabled parking spaces on Ship Street, Middle Street and West Street. Fabrica have two entrances to the gallery space, one on Ship Street and the other on Duke Street. The entrance on Duke Street offers a wheelchair accessible ramp to allow more people easy access to our gallery.​ There is some slightly uneven floor surface due to the historic building having a mixture of wooden and stone flooring, but it is minimal.​ Fabrica also have two disabled toilets on site.​ Fabrica Friday Late The After Hours Bar at Fabrica is the ideal place to soak up the buzz of Brighton this summer whilst in our beautiful and atmospheric gallery, a former Regency Church right in the heart of the city. Fabrica, Brighton’s best-known hidden gem, is the perfect place to catch up with friends or make some new ones before heading out into the night. Relax with a cocktail and enjoy the atmosphere of being surrounded by world-class contemporary installations. Friday Lates gives the gallery over to the grown-ups with an informal selection of cocktails, beers, ciders and wines. Supporters & Friends Fabrica Photoworks Loose Joints

J Book Show: Cork, Ireland - April 14 to 15, 2018

J Book Show will take place in Cork, Ireland on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th of April 2018. The show is part of the Cork Photo Festival. When 14th and 15th of April 2018 Where Lewis Glucksman Gallery Participants: Adriana Monsalve & Arlene Mejorado, Adriana Monsalve, Krystina Stimakovits & Juergen Sarge, Aram Tanis, Robert Rutoed, Shashank Peshawaria, Shruti Chamaria, Alexander Chernavskiy, Kei Kitamura, Atsushi Fujiwara, Massimiliano Camellini, Clara de Tezanos, Steven Nestor, Judith Erwes, Adam Void, Jim Cox, Lewis Bush, Nathan Pearce, Arturo Soto, Charlotte Cawdry, Gregory Dunn, Helena Gouveia Monteiro, Vincent Wittenberg & Wladimir Manshanden, Christian van der Kooy, Arturo Soto, Robert Pufleb & Nadine Schlieper, Lynn Alleva Lilley, Mattia Vacca, Mattia Vacca, Philip Di Salvo, Emanuele Amighetti & Giovanni Egeo Marchi, Garry Jones, Rebecka Uhlin, De Kwok, Stefano Reboli, Joseph Wright, various, Mireille Ribière, Pierre Faure, Lena Jakubčáková, Pau Guerrero & Jose Maria Guerrero, Cian Burke, Mike Chen, Josh Murfitt, Eric van Kampen, Mark Purdom, Ione Saizar, Garry Loughlin, Ammar Syed, Lotte Fløe Christensen, Visvaldas Mokrevicius, Hristina Tasheva, Alice Carcciolo & Cemre Yesil, Elijah Barrett, Thomas Abbs, Yong Hee Kim, Ruth Le Gear, Dana Mueller, Adam Geary, Natalia Poniatowska, Pippa Healy, Tom Rodgers, James Reid, Jeff Rich, Eli Haugen Sandnes, Andrea Allan, Paul Gaffney, Miren Pastor, Sigrid Ehemann, Cork Camera, Aileen Harvey, Carole Evans, Sam Ivin, Antti László, Jess Smith, Jason Evans, Christopher J Everard, Geisje van der Linden & Miriam Donkers, Takeyama Yuko, Jos Jansen, Rene Beekvelt About The Cork Photo Festival The festival began in 2014 as an artist led initiative, highlighting local photographers in venues across Cork City. The Cork Photo team curates exhibitions by both local and international artists. We bring together independent galleries, arts organisations, individuals and collectives all wishing to exhibit and celebrate photography.

I Book Show: Saint Petersburg, Russia - August 18 to 20, 2017

Unfortunately we have had to postpone our show in St Petersburg, Russia until August. This is due to unforeseen circumstances with obtaining our visas. Due to this, we now have some time in May to do something else, and since we have a selection of amazing books, that we want everyone to see, we have organised a one night show in our home town Brighton, England. This show will be held on Friday 5th of May (the original date of the St Petersburg show). Our friends at The Brighton Studio will host the event, and we will be showing the same books that will later go to St Petersburg. Space: Taiga Address: Россия, город Санкт-Петербург, Дворцовая набережная, 20 When 18th to the 20th August 2017 About I Book Show is the ninth show in our ongoing photobook exhibition series. Previous exhibitions have been hosted in cities including Tokyo Japan, Malmo Sweden and London England. Photobookshow will be in Saint Petersburg, Russia, 5-7 May 2017 18th to the 20th August 2017. As with all our previous shows there is an open call for photobook submissions, running 1 February – 1 April 2017. We invite people to submit books at any stage of production and distribution, from handmade prototypes and dummies, to one off, published and self published books. Participants: Atsushi Fujiwara, Marcus Haydock, John Maclean, Piergiorgio Casotti, Marianne Bjørnmyr, Judith Erwes, Max Eicke, Franziska Klose, Jan McCullough, Zoe Childerley, Jennifer Lo, Corinne Silva, Pere Saguer, Shane Lavalette, Daví Martí, Cole Barash, Mark Purdom, Rick Pushinsky, Ostrowska Eva, Giuliana Prucca, Réza Kalfane, Natalya Reznik, Kanako Sugiura, Neil Harman, David Diez, Rosa Rodriguez Sanchez, Yorgos Yatromanolakis, Francesco S. Colella, Dominik Gigler, Lucas Lenci, Johannes Romppanen, Esther S White, Stefano Reboli, Jason Wilde, Alexey Eskevich / Алексей Ескевич, Clarens Prunyer, Rossella Castello, Ivanov Andrey / Иванов Андрей, Andrea Feichter, Dimitris Mytas, Emidio Battipaglia, Алла Мировская, Victor Casas, Roberg, Oleg Videnin, Sigrid Ehemann, hornschaft, Natasha Tutova, Tomas Bachot, Dan Mariner, Taisia, David newby, Denis Esakov, Sergey Artemyev, Kirsty Mackay, Stéphanie Bonn, Evgeny Molodtsov / Евгений Молодцов, Justin Barton, Alexander Veryovkin / Александр Верёвкин, Claudia den Boer, Peter Byrne, Irina Popova, Evgeny Molodtsov / Евгений Молодцов, Murray Ballard, Peter Dekens, Esther Hessing & Sophieke Thurmer, Hillie de Rooij, Jack Latham, Jess Smith, Yevgeny Kondakov, Alexey Eskevich, Andrey Ivanov, Natasha Tutova, Alexander Veryovkin, Denis Esakov, Oleg Videnin, Herman Roberg, Irina Popova, Alla Mirovskaya, Sergey Artemyev, Evgeny Molodtsov, Evgeny Molodtsov, Fyodor Shkliaruk Supported by

I Book Show Plus: Brighton, Uk - May 5, 2017

We are pleased to announce a one night show in our home town Brighton, England. I Book Show + will showcase books which have been selected for the upcoming I Book Show, St Petersburg. Our friends at The Brighton Studio will host the evening of photobooks, drinks and music, come down to meet us and check out the new books! We are also pleased to be hosting a panel discussion at 7pm. Featuring Murray Ballard, Jack Latham and Kirsty Mackay discussing their recent photobooks. When From 6pm Friday 5th May 2017 Where The Brighton Studio New England House, New England Street, Brighton BN1 4GH Talk Panel discussion at 7pm featuring Murray Ballard, Jack Latham and Kirsty Mackay discussing their recent photobooks. Free Beverages Middle Farm Cider or Tap Water. Records Selected by Valus Sonov Participants: Atsushi Fujiwara, Marcus Haydock, John Maclean, Piergiorgio Casotti, Marianne Bjørnmyr, Judith Erwes, Max Eicke, Franziska Klose, Jan McCullough, Zoe Childerley, Jennifer Lo, Corinne Silva, Pere Saguer, Shane Lavalette, Daví Martí, Cole Barash, Mark Purdom, Rick Pushinsky, Ostrowska Eva, Giuliana Prucca, Réza Kalfane, Natalya Reznik, Kanako Sugiura, Neil Harman, David Diez, Rosa Rodriguez Sanchez, Yorgos Yatromanolakis, Francesco S. Colella, Dominik Gigler, Lucas Lenci, Johannes Romppanen, Esther S White, Stefano Reboli, Jason Wilde, Alexey Eskevich / Алексей Ескевич, Clarens Prunyer, Rossella Castello, Ivanov Andrey / Иванов Андрей, Andrea Feichter, Dimitris Mytas, Emidio Battipaglia, Алла Мировская, Victor Casas, Roberg, Oleg Videnin, Sigrid Ehemann, hornschaft, Natasha Tutova, Tomas Bachot, Dan Mariner, Taisia, David newby, Denis Esakov, Sergey Artemyev, Kirsty Mackay, Stéphanie Bonn, Evgeny Molodtsov / Евгений Молодцов, Justin Barton, Alexander Veryovkin / Александр Верёвкин, Claudia den Boer, Peter Byrne, Irina Popova, Murray Ballard, Peter Dekens, Esther Hessing & Sophieke Thurmer, Hillie de Rooij, Jack Latham, Jess Smith, Jason Evans

Photobookshow Lithuania: Klaipeda, Lithuania - November 18 to 19, 2016

We are pleased to announce our collaboration with the KITI 7 Project. KITI 7 Project brings together artists who use photographic medium and offers them a chance to exhibit their work within a gallery space. This year KITI 7 Project are showcasing work by Lithuanian photographers who live and run their practice abroad. Alongside the exhibition Photobookshow will be showing a selection of photobooks from the archive, curated by Lithuanian photographers Valus Sonov and Paulius Butkus. When The exhibition of photobooks will be on show over two days from the 18th to the 19th November 2016. Where Klaipedos Parodu Rumai, Didžioji Vandens g. 2, Klaipeda, Lithuania Participants: Jason Evans, Daniel Epthorp, Nick Rochowski, Jason Larkin, Steven Nestor, Javier Arcenillas, Debbie Naylor, Pierre Liebaert, 43 Mag, Filipe Casaca, Scott Caruth, John S. Webb, Israel Ariño, Nicholas Albrecht, Malcolm Venville, Rosa Rodriguez Sanchez, Helena Rovira, Johann Selles, Mi-Yeon, Motohiko Hasui, yusuke yamatani, BRAINSTORMING, Ayumi Goromaru, Murray Ballard, Julia Polunina-But, Sumi Takeshi, Mahesh Shantaram, zhang lijie and Jaap Scheeren Supported by The project is organized by the Union of the Lithuanian Art Photographers/Klaipeda Department and is partially supported by the Lithuanian Council for Culture.

Photobookshow Kyiv: Kyiv, Ukraine - May 27 to 29, 2016

We are pleased to announce our next photobook show in Kyiv, Ukraine at Ya Gallery with the help of Niice Media. We will be showing over 80 photobooks from our archive and have open submissions for Ukrainian based photographers and book makers. If you have donated to our archive your photobook will be in the selection process. We will contact all selected participants by the end of March. When 27th – 29th of May 2016 Opening night 27th Where Khoryva, 49 B, Kyiv, Ukraine Submissions Open call for photobooks from Ukrainian based photographers and book makers. For details on submitting visit Translations Photobookshow Kyiv 27-29 мая 2016 Выставка зинов и самиздат-фотокниг со всего мира. Приём работ для украинских фотографов, букмэйкеров, зинов и журналов. Подробней: http://photobookshow/submit – Photobookshow Kyiv 27-29 2016 Виставка зінів та самвидав-фотокниг з усього світу. Прийом робіт від українських фотографів та букмейкерів. Детальніше: http://photobookshow/submit Participants: One Week In Moscow by Murray Ballard & Gabriella Rizzello, The Myth of the Airborne Warrior by Stuart Griffiths, Open Mic by Ewen Spencer, 75003 by Gianluca Tamorri, Alan Sugar Must Die by Scott Caruth, A lamb named Beauty by An-Sofie Kesteleyn, Memories Of by Bruno Ehrs, Sexual Joy Through Self-Hypnosis by Kristine Jakobsen, Rue by Michael DeMeo, 23.04.09 – 27.12.11 by Lidija Kononenko, Others by Edward Newton, Caerdydd Diary by Mahesh Shantaram & Vidya Rao, 10×15 by Quentin de Briey, More Than Ninety Minutes by Stewart Weir, Speaking of Names, by Christopher Gianunzio & Jenny Tondera, United Kingdom by James O Jenkins, Salaryman Project by Bruno Quinquet, Fucking In The Morning Time Is Better Than A Cup Of Haferschleim by Landry A, Vacances 1952 by Lina V Persson, FIELDNOTES by Stuart Bailes, Hidden Islam by Nicolò Degiorgis, Developing by yuchen yang, A Process by Der Greif, Bradley by Wilma Rekkers, Pieces of Berlin 2009-2013 by Florian Reischauer, Memrobillia by Gabor Arion Kudasz, Piémanson by Yogananthan, Bidean by Miren Pastor, Der Weg des Krampus / The way of the krampus by Dominik Gigler, Purity by David Magnusson, This is England by Homer Sykes, Palestine Pigeon by erico yoshida, Archive Play by Artists: Hertta Kiiski, Niina Vatanen, Authors: Monika Fagerholm, Mirjami Schuppert, See What I See by Jessica Bishopp, Separate we are together by Mischa de Stroumillo, Seeds: On the Origin of Food Crops by Jos Jansen, Sudden Flowers by Eric Gottesman, DUALⅠ&Ⅱ by toshitsugu yamawaki, Rest3000- Stay5000- by Tokyo Rumando/東京るまん℃, Whispering with elves, trolls, and hidden-folks by keiko kurita, Invisible Architecture by Vaan, アオノニマス 肺 by 柿崎真子, 写真会議録BRAINSTORMING vol.1 人間 / vol.2光 / vol.3嘘 by 写真会議録BRAINSTORMING編集部, Tales From The City Of Gold by Jason Larkin, In Visible Cities by Diana Artus, Kalush Part 1 by Christopher Nunn, Ordinary 90\’s playgame by NASTYNASTY©, Book #1 : What My Pussy Loves by Liana Yang, Nachtigall / Nightingale by Lena Grass, (No) soy de aquí by Gustavo Alemán, Imaginary Club by Oliver Sieber, Sudden Death by Julia Mueller, Traces Within by Eva Voutsaki, (unknown) by Save Zine, Pseudo Plant by Jacqueline Butler, Position(s) by Antoine d\’Agata, Ezkiozaleak by Julia Montilla, Jess Smith, Haikainonekoyanagi by Nakanishi Taisuke, Undercoover by Adam W. Thomas, Budapest by Hagnere Yoann and Viola Korosi, “Well, it’s all over now.” by Various, South East 15 by Cliff Bevan, Memory Full Summer by Various, Bloom. by Rosaline Shahnavaz, Tangente by Laurent Chardon, My Beamline by Kevin Luchs, Midwest Dirt by Nathan Pearce, “Mimus, by Wiesje Peels, Yoshimitsu Yagi and LIDO. A SUD DI NESSUN NORD by Allegra Martin

H Book Show: London, Uk - November 14 to November 15, 2014 London, England Doomed Gallery Opening Night Friday 14 November 6pm – late Then Saturday 7 from 1pmSaturday 15 November 11am – 6pm We are back in London this November for H Book Show at Doomed Gallery on Ridley Road. A short weekend show, just like how we started out a few years back, join us all for a party on Friday night and then we’ll be open on Saturday daytime too. We’ll be organising some things for the Saturday afternoon, so sign up to the newsletter and keep an eye on the website for more details. Participants:, Wiesje Peels, Jessica Mallock, Lucília Monteiro, Karin Lindholm, Kristianne Drake, Tomohiro Davies Matsuda, Cliff Bevan, Rosaline Shahnavaz, Sigrid Ehemann, Nathan Pearce, Juniper Fleming, Louie Palu, Marja Saleva, Melissa Campbell, James Duncan Clark, Anne Erhard, Isaac McKay-Randozzi, Michel Mazzoni, Matteo Pasin, Jason Wilde, Ben Cave, Celine Marchbank, Leandro Menezes, Francisco Paco Carrascosa, Michael Fitzsimmons, Simona Rota, Martin Seeds, Yukihito Kono, Stacy Kranitz, Bridgette Ashton, Gustavo Alemán, Atsushi Fujiwara, Christopher Nunn, Israel Ariño, Karin Borghouts, Matt Gunther, Israel Ariño, Maria L. Felixmüller, Daan Paans, Yusuke Yamatani, Save Zine, Oliver Sieber, Mischa de Stroumillo, Thomas Van Den Driessche, Jukka Onnela, Anya Schiller, Colette Saint-Yves, Sebastian Szyd, Pierre Masseau, Maki, Martino Marangoni, Miren Pastor, Maury Gortemiller, Helena Rovira, Trine Stephensen, Elevine Berge, Nicolò Degiorgis, Chloe Newman, Toshitsugu Yamawaki, Timothy Connell, Oana Damir, Russell Squires, Philipp Ebeling, Clive Frost, Shantala Fels, No Thoughts Zine, Gábor Arion Kudász, Scott Caruth, Landry A, Davi Russo, Michal Luczak, Rasmus Vasli, Jason Evans, Kevin Beck, William Sadowski, Stuart Bailes, Amit Chahalia, S&M, Lorenzo Vitturi, Michael Jang and Kevin Fuchs.
Brighton Photo Biennial 2014: Brighton, Uk - October 4 to November 2, 2014

Working in association with Brighton Photo Biennial, Photobookshow invited submissions based on this year’s BPB theme – Communities, Collectives and Collaboration. The show is being exhibited throughout the BPB14 at Jubilee Library in central Brighton, 4 October – 2 November 2014. Participants: Garry Jones, Lena Guimont, Pete Rogers, Goose Flesh, Adam Lach, Lais Pontes, Clara Bahlsen, Der Greif, Roberto Boccaccino, Wilma Rekkers, Mark Lewis and Tanya Zack, Florian Reischauer, Gabor Arion Kudasz, Scopio Network, Nicolas Guiraud, Jan Banning, Minyung Im, Chiara Dazi, Ying Ang, Malcolm Venville, Rosa Rodriguez Sanchez, Vasantha Yogananthan, Adriana Monsalve, Zun Lee, Ignacio Navas, Göran Gnaudschun, Gregory Reuben Levitt, Monica Alcazar-Duarte, Nick Ballon, Dominik Gigler, Esther S White, Trevor Powers, David Magnusson, Birgit Krause, Adam Void, Seza Bali, George Coles, Homer Sykes, Jason Larkin, Mi-Yeon, Erico Yoshida, Hertta Kiiski, Niina Vatanen, Monika Fagerholm, Mirjami Schuppert, Jessica Bishopp, Jason Hynes, Martino Chiti, Human Endeavour Collective, Charlotte Ball, Rosie Barnes, Lucy Levene, Jin Hee Bae, Zhang Lijie, Jos Jansen, Christophe Guillaud, The Lost Prarie, Portrait Salon, Eric Gottesman, Sam Ivin, Nicolò Degiorgis, Chaska Covatti, Elsa Heath, Ava Aubrey Conboy, William Hanekom, Jess Herbert, Carla Rudgyard, Yian Zeng, Ruben Brett and Farouk Furjani In association with / Brighton Photo Biennial is the UK’s leading curated photography festival and promotes new thinking around photography through a commissioned programme of events and exhibitions. The festival is produced by Photoworks, an organisation dedicated to enabling participation in photography, the most democratic medium of contemporary visual culture. Photoworks’ programme includes commissions, publishing and participation. In collaboration with local, national and international partners, Photoworks connects outstanding artists with audiences and champions talent and ambition.

G Book Show: Brighton, Uk - June 6 to June 15, 2014

G Book Show at Brighton, England at One Eyed Jacks Gallery. Following on from F Book Show in Tokyo, we are please to showcase over 90 Japanese photobooks submitted during our stay in Tokyo. Opening Night Friday 6 June from 8pm facebook event Panel Discussion and BBQ Saturday 7 from 1pm Phaidon Competition throughout show Full details here.. We are pleased to bring another edition of Photobookshow to our hometown of Brighton. Following the call for submissions, we’ve selected over 90 Japanese photobooks to showcase to an English audience at One Eyed Jacks gallery, a dedicated space for photography in the city. Alongside the show, we are organising a variety of events at the venue. Details of events will be released soon. Participants: Gianluca Gamberini, Sho Niiro, Noboru Taguchi, ナリタマサヒロ, Yoshitaka Masuda, Motohiko Hasui, おくがわじゅんいち, Komatsu Munemitsu, Gen Matsueda, Mina Daimon, Rie Komatsu, 北村ケイ, 多々良栄里, Toshitsugu Yamawaki, Akimichi Chimura, Tokyo Rumando, Satoru Watanabe, Yuya Ozaki, 岩本悟, Atsushi Fujiwara, Tetsuro Goto, 池谷友秀, 野村佐紀子, 平澤賢治, 熊谷聖司, Keiko Kurita, 新納翔, 澄毅, 中村紋子, Tomohisa Tobitsuka, Shoichi Kinugawa, Kai Kiuchi, happy&smile, 稲葉光宣, Kobun Hayakawa, Bungo Nakamura, Chloe Calder, 武山 友子, Kazunori Nagashima, Maki Hayashida, Yusuke Yamatani, Valerie Anex, Aki Saito, Yoko Mazuki, 長谷川美祈, Akihiro Furuta, HayatoKoga, 高杉 記子, Hoi Kisyu, Vaan, Ryuko Suzuki, Shu Hamaura, Michiko Matsumoto, Eiji Yuzawa, Kiiro, Taisuke Nakanishi, Yusuke Sato, 横山 佳奈恵, Yoshiko Matsunaga, 柿崎真子, Taisuke Nakanishi, Michael HItoshi, Zenji Uehara, Joe Kobashi, Yoshimitsu Yagi, Mimura Tomohiro, Akemi Ohara, 浅井孝秋, 田中由起子, BRAINSTORMING, 長谷川美祈, 浅見俊哉, 井上 大輔, Toda Emi, Ryoko Yamashita, Yuki Naito, Katsuhiro Ichikawa, Ayumi Goromaru, Misaki Kase, Seino Asami, Miyuki Ashida, Sachiko Kawanabe, Kumiko Izutani and Satoru Iwamono

F Book Show: Tokyo, Japan - March 29 to April 13, 2014

Opening Night Wednesday 26 March 19.00 – 21.00 26 March – 13 April 2014 Hosted by 72Gallery Events Saturday 29 March Talk and presentation by Massimo Leardini & Saturday 5 April Talk and presentation – details TBA We are pleased to be collaborating with TIP (Tokyo Institute of Photography) to bring an edition of Photobookshow to Japan. Following the call for submissions, we’ve selected over 100 photobooks to showcase to a Japanese audience. Alongside the show, there will be a variety of events at the venue in collaboration with TIP, Japanese publishing houses, and local photographers. Participants: Mateusz Sarello, Matt Colquhoun, Nick Ballon, Christoph Soeder, Pierre Liebaert, Aaron Krach, Jason Larkin, Franziska Klose, Marianne Bjørnmyr, Diana Artus, Yuchen Yang, Andreas Oetker-Kast, Lex Thompson & Oliver McCartney Thompson, Chen Jiagang, Robin Hammond, Zoé Beausire, Christopher Nunn, Jo Metson Scott, Salvatore Santoro, Portrait Salon, Freddy Dewe Mathews, Daan Paans, NASTYNASTY©, Stacy Kranitz, Jocelyn Allen, Liana Yang, Andrew Youngson, Enric Montes, Elin Karlsson, Hannah Darabi & Benoit Grimbert, Francisco Paco Carrascosa, Sam Seager, Rich Cutler, Lioba Keuck, Normand Rajotte, Lewis Bush, Lydia Goldblat, Marco van Duyvendijk, Tsutomu Yamagata, Lena Grass, Israel Ariño, Carles Palacio, Irene Serrano, Vitus Saloshanka, Jagoda Wisniewska & Ania Mokrzycka, Gregory Reuben Levitt, Yong Hee Kim, Louie Palu, Mark Purdom, Mike Stott, Andres Medina, Niclas Tilosius, Sanne De Wilde, Erik Schubert, Marja Saleva, Grainne Quinlan, John MacLean, Alys Tomlinson, Martin Seeds, David Adams, Trine Stephensen & Elevine Berge, Gabriele Harhoff, Edward Newton, Gustavo Alemán, Yukihito Kono, Ana Casas Broda, Yukihito Kono, Simona Rota, Katja Stuke, Rick Hekman, Heather McDonough, Lucas Lenci, Oliver Sieber, Jessica Bishopp, Marco Paltrinieri, Mirko Smerdel, Leanne Cunningham, Florian Braakman, Anne-Lena Michel, Philip J Brittan, Tang Ho Lun, Marlous van der Sloot, Piergiorgio Casotti, Bridgette Ashton, Vergílio Ferreira, Julia Mueller, Marco Lachi, Human Endeavour Collective, Sara Rejaie, Johannes Nadeno, James Duncan Clark, Anna Maguire, Carlos Loret de Mola, Dean Hollowood, Michael Fitzsimmons, Roelof Bakker & Jane Wildgoose, Erno-Erik Raitanen, Vlada Krasilnikova, Rasmus Vasli, Pascal Amoyel & Thomas Bouquin, Eva Voutsaki, Zeynep Beler, Jacqueline Butler, Anne Kathrin Schuhmann, Anatomy Projects, Tim Smyth, Save Zine, Paul Gaffney, Laurent Chardon, Deana Kolencikova, Jason Lazarus, Filipe Casaca, The Lost Prairie, Andras Ridovics, Jess Smith and Anne Kathrin Schuhmann

Photobookshow Malmö, Presented by Vasli Souza: Malmö, Sweden - January 17 to Febuary 9, 2013

We are excited to announce a collaboration with Swedish photography gallery Vasli Souza, to produce an exhibition of 77 photobooks selected from the Photobookshow Archive. The exhibition will be on show from 18 January – 9 February 2014, alongside events and workshops at the gallery. We invite the public to add your photobook to the archive by posting or hand delivering it to the gallery ahead of and during the exhibition: Vasli Souza Gustav Adolfs Torg 10B 211 39 Malmö, Sweden Opening night: Friday 17 January 7 – 10pm. Events: Saturday 18 January: Do it yourself book binding workshop 2-4pm. Sunday 19 January: Panel discussion 1-2pm. Sunday 26 Jan: Artists presentation – Anthony Luvera 1-2pm. Sunday 2 Feb: Film screening 5-7pm details tba. Sunday 9 Feb: Photobook editing, design and production workshop 12-3pm. Participants: Megan Turner Jones, John Maclean, Murray Ballard & Gabriella Rizzello, Caitlin Duennebier, Peter Gates, Pogo Books, Peter Edwards, Aya Takada, Editions Bessard, Fergus Jordan, Harry Watts, Mikel Telleria, Margarida Correia, Julian Baron, Lucy Steggals, Alex Bailey & Helen Flanagan, Graham Walzer, Seth Fluker, Jon Dunning, Ghis Botto, Chiara Dazi, Lex Thompson, Stephanie Sabatier, Scott Caruth, Jeroen Hofman, White Fungus, Bruno Ehrs, Morten Andersen, Bjarne Bare, Carlos Lowenstein, Noa Ben-Shalom, Michael DeMeo, Pierre Hybre, Carl Gunhouse, Eloi Gimeno Lopez, Justin Partyka, Lewis Chaplin, Vitus Saloshanka, Ginevra Shay & Trevor Powers, Mika Minetti, Marco Lachi, Pierre Liebaert, Dennis Neuschaefer-Rube, Liana Yang, David Rule, Chris Coekin, Helen Korpak, Mahesh Shantaram & Vidya Rao, Jon Reid, Bojan Radovic, Zhao Renhui, Quintin De Briey, Judith Erwes, Filipe Casaca, Paul Graham, Darek Fortas, Christopher Gianunzio & Jenny Tondera, David Galjaard, Edgar Martins, Ewen Spencer, Roger Guaus, Teresa Eng, Simon Nunn, Fiona Essex, James O Jenkins, Gábor Arion Kudász, Alexander Gracia-Duttmann & Olivier Richon, Misha De Ridder, Antony Cairns, Adam W Thomas, Francois Deladerriere, Landry A, Simon Roberts and Jason Larkin

E Book Show: Southampton, Uk - February 2 to March 2, 2012

Hot on the heels of C & D Book Shows in Brighton and Helsinki, we are pleased to announce the next edition in the series – E Book Show – which is organised in partnership with the John Hansard Gallery, University of Southampton, Southampton Solent University, and supported by Southampton City Council. The show will be hosted in John Hansard Gallery’s city centre project space – John Hansard Gallery Central. John Hansard Gallery Central 9 Civic Centre Road Southampton SO14 7FJ. Opening night Friday 1 February from 6pm: Get it in your diary, and keep a keen eye on the website for details as they come up. General opening 2 February – 2 March 2013: This will be our longest show yet, and accompanied by a series of events, making it our most interactive one too. Get over to the gallery Tuesday – Saturday 11am – 6pm. Participants: Logan Riehl, Natacha Withøft, Jessica Mallock, David Bate, Roger Guaus, Aleix Plademunt & Juan Diego Valera & Roger Guaus, Teresa Eng, Ricky Adam, Salvatore Santoro, Steven Nestor, Marianne Bjørnmyr, Bárbara Giacomet de Aguiar, Anthony Carr, Maria Sturm, Daniel Helene, Sam Seager, Aya Takada, Jean-Marc Yersin, Gabriele Harhoff, Fabian Weiss, Jackie Batey, Diane Bielik, Tomasz Wiech & Michał Olszewski, Neil Harman, Gregory Reuben Levitt, Jacopo Maino, Peter Bennett, Lea Habourdin, David O’Mara, Andrew Holligan, Erno-Erik Raitanen, Pascal Amoyel & Thomas Bouquin, Gábor Arion Kudász, Matt Colquhoun, NASTYNASTY©, Josephine Dixon, Joe Rose, Magnus Wibe, Sarah Filmer & Angela Louise Chicken, Savezine Collective, Alison Biczysko, Franziska Klose, Pere Saguer, Thorsteinn Cameron, Helen Marland, Jethro German, Jože Suhadolnik, Amin Musa, Ginevra Shay, Bridgette Ashton, Lewis Bush, Noriko Takasugi, Bruno Quinquet, Ex Con, Slide Projector, Peter Dekens, Zoe Beausire, Henrik Malmstrom, Espen R Krukhaug, Maira Soares, John O’Toole, Valus Sonov, Valentino Barachini, Nick Kline, Michal Luczak, Alexander Gracia-Duttmann & Olivier Richon, William Sadowski, Kevin Beck, Jess Smith, Benoît Grimalt, Hayleigh Stedman and Faye Philips. Events: Alongside the show, we’ve got events and workshops taking shape, check out the EVENTS LISTINGS for an overview and details of how to book places. Student Choice: In previous shows we have seen some amazing first books from students, and in the upcoming E Book Show we will be holding a ‘Student Choice’ award. Of the books submitted to the show, we guarantee showing at least 10 student works and visitors to the show will be able to vote for their favourite. Kristianne Drake and Guy Moreton from Southampton Solent University, who have been instrumental in bringing Photobookshow to Southampton, will also pick one favourite student book each. Winners will be announced at the end of February, and the three chosen books will be showcased and reviewed by us on the Photobookshow website during March 2013.

Brighton Photo Biennial 2012: Brighton, Uk - October 6 to November 18, 2012

Brighton Photo Biennial 2012 OCTOBER 6, 2012 TO NOVEMBER 4, 2012 We have been working with Brighton Photo Biennial this year to produce an exhibition of Photobooks reflecting this years theme: Agents of Change: Photography and the Politics of Space. Each photobook project will focus in some way on the diverse image cultures resulting from recent efforts to reimagine urban spaces through their occupation. We set out to probe at the distinctions that separate art and activism, and pose questions as to whether – and in what circumstances – images can serve as agents of social and political change. Participants: , Activestills Collective, Alessandro Rota, Alexander Brattell, Amelia Shepherd, Anastasia Shpilko, Asim Moeen, Barry W Hughes, Belen Cerezo, Chris Mear, Christopher Gianunzio & Jenny Tondera, Clive Rowe, Craig Atkinson, Daniel Seiffert, Dara mcgrath, David Adams, David Galjaard, David Jackson, David Jakelic, david o’mara, Denise Felkin, Diguerher Benjamin, Edgar Martins, Elayne Jude, Elisavet Tamouridou, Emer Mac Sweeney, Ewen Spencer, George Miles, Harry Watts, Helen Couchman, Helen Flanagan, Irena Siwiak Atamewan, Irene Siragusa, John Clayman, John MacLean, Mahesh Shantaram, Marcus Lyon, Minna Kantonen, Mitch Karunaratne, Niobe Syme, Paula Roush, Peter Mann, Philip Anderson, Rick Pushinsky, Rick Pushinsky, Simona Dell’Agli, Steve Poxson, Stewart Weir, Tamara Hussain, Tim Bowditch, Vincci Huang, Wil van Iersel and Zaliha İnci Karabacak * Additional names will be added shortly 6 October – 4 November 2012 @Jubilee Library Jubilee Street, Brighton 
BN1 1GE Open: Monday 10am-7pm
Tuesday 10am-7pm
Wednesday 10am-5pm
Thursday 10am-8pm
Friday 10am-5pm
Saturday 10am-5pm
Sunday 11am-4pm Please note: submissions for this exhibition have now closed and enquiries should be directed to Press enquiries should be directed to Workshop for 16-19 year olds: Make Your Own Zine Adam Murray of Preston is My Paris BPB12 commissioned artist Adam Murray, from the collective Preston is my Paris, guides young adults in the creation of their own self published zines and photobooks. All you’ll need is a camera or camera-phone.

Brighton Photo Fringe 2012: Brighton, Uk - October 6 to November 18, 2012

We are proud to be working with this years Brighton Photo Fringe, a completely open photography festival that runs for 6 weeks from 6 October to 18 November. Photobookshow will be in residence at the Phoenix Hub for the six weeks with our full archive of donated photobooks available to view in our reading room. We are always open for donations to the archive, and all books will be available in our reading room for the duration of the festival. There is also an opportunity to sell your work at our bookmarket on 8 November. No edition too big or small, we ask that you cover postage and we will give you 100% of sales. Please email mail@photobookshow to register your book with us for this event. Events @ BPF 2012 We will be putting on a few events, workshops and film screenings during our time at the Phoenix Hub, all events are free and you can sign up at the BPF website – follow the links next to events. Bookmaking Workshop Get to grips with some diy bookmaking techniques. Bring yourself, a stack of prints or files, and leave with a dummy photobook. Film : ‘How to make a book with Steidl’ A feature length documentary exploring the world and vision of one of the worlds most venerated publishers. Cider on tap. Film : ‘Shooting Robert King’ An intimate journey following Robert King and his ambition to win the Pullitzer Prize for photography. Cider on tap. Book Market We’ll be selling newspaper-based productions from the archive, alongside some friendly small publishers. Cider and music on tap. Free, contact us if you have a book you’d like us to sell Guest Workshops Come and explore a variety of photobook production techniques, with a variety of teachers. Practical and theory elements.

D Book Show: Brighton, Uk - August 31 to September 2, 2012

For Photobookshows ‘C’ and ‘D’, William and Kevin are collaborating with Finnish photographer Johannes Romppanen to give artists and bookmakers a valuable opportunity to show their work at two venues, ‘C’ will be held in Brighton in August 2012, with ‘D’ two weeks later in Helsinki, Finland. D Book Show: Hosted by The Finnish Museum of Photography, Helsinki. Participants: Morten Andersen, Diana Artus, Eline Baggen, Clara Bahlsen, Bjarne Bare, Tim Bowditch, Francisco Paco Carrascosa, Scott Caruth, Francesca Catastini, Lewis Chaplin, Jan Cihak, John Clayman, Chris Coekin, Hannah Darabi, Bela Doka, Jeff Downer, Henrik Duncker, Jon Dunning, Bruno Ehrs, Juha Allan Ekholm, Carole Evans, Max Ferguson, Dominik Gigler, Emmanuel Guillaud, Carl Gunhouse, Lena Grass, Ben Graville, Stewart Griffiths, Gabriele Harhoff, Jeroen Hofman, Bonifacio Barrio Hijosa, Kristine Jakobsen, James O Jenkins, Sophie Jung, An-Sofie Kesteleyn, Steffi Klenz, Lidija Kononenko, Gabor Arion Kudasz, Marco Lachi, Namsa Leuba, Eloi Gimeno Lopez, 43 Mag, Celine Marchbank, Kevin Mason, Paula McCartney, Cristina De Middel, Italo Morales & Martina Velenik, Dennis Neuschaefer-Rube, Edward Newton, Simon Norfolk, Miriam O’Connor, John O’Toole, Justin Partyka, Hybre Pierre, David Plummer, Steve Poxson, Richard Pushinsky, Jon Reid, Zhao Renhui, Vivian del Rio, Davi Ruso, Stephanie Sabatier, Vitus Saloshanka, Rebecca Scheinberg, Ginevra Shay, Niklaus Spoerri, Louisa Marie Summer, Riitta Supperi, Alexa Kirsten Stroth, Mikel Telleria, Graham Walzer, Liana Yang and Andrew Youngson

C Book Show: Helsinki, Finland - August 17 to 19, 2012

For Photobookshows ‘C’ and ‘D’, William and Kevin are collaborating with Finnish photographer Johannes Romppanen to give artists and bookmakers a valuable opportunity to show their work at two venues, ‘C’ will be held in Brighton in August 2012, with ‘D’ two weeks later in Helsinki, Finland. Hosted by Create Studio, Brighton. Participants: Pascal Amoyel & Thomas Bouquin, Morten Andersen, Clara Bahlsen, Leora Ben-David, Nico Bick, Ian Bird, Tim Bowditch, Scott Caruth, Filipe Casaca, Francesca Catastini, Lewis Chaplin, Jan Cihak, Hannah Darabi, Chiara Dazi, Quentin De Briey, Nicolas De Jesus, Michael DeMeo, Cristina De Middel, Jeff Downer, Henrik Duncker, Jon Dunning, Juha Allan Ekholm, Shantala Fels, Andrew Finch, Chris Floyd, Seth Fluker, White Fungus, Heidi Gabrielsson, Eloi Gimeno Lopez, Carl Gunhouse, Luke Hamblin, Kristin Hoell, Jeroen Hofman, Olya Ivanova, Kristine Jakobsen, Mitch Karunaratne, Jure Kastelic, Steffi Klenz, Viola Korosi, Helen Korpak, Namsa Leuba, Pierre Liebaert, Carlos Lowenstein, Tamami Iinuma, Nicu Ilfoveanu, Kevin Mason, Matt Martin, Stuart Matthews, Paula McCartney, Mika Minetti, Stefka Muller, Edward Newton, Jenny Nordquist, David O’Mara, Hybre Pierre, David Plummer, Bojan Radovic, Jon Reid, Katja Renner, David Rule, Rebecca Scheinberg, Anne Kathrin Schuhmann, Ginevra Shay, Anne-Sophie Stolz, Alexa Kirsten Stroth, Kanako Sugiura, Gianluca Tamorri, Jayne Taylor, Simon Terrill, George Thomas, Lex Thompson, Thodoris Tzalavros, Stephen Wooldridge, Liana Yang, Andrew Youngson, Filippo Zambon, and No Thoughts Zine

Margate Photo Festival: Margate, Uk - August 11 12, 2012

We where invited to take part in Margate Photo Festival earlier this month, so we took along a bunch of newspaper-based productions to sell within one of the exhibition spaces. We had a fantastic weekend seeing some great projects, catching up with old friends, and even finding time for a dip in one of the three tidal pools they have there.

B Book Show: London, Uk - March 2 to 4, 2012

B, the second edition of Photobookshow was at Ground Floor Left in London on the 2, 3, 4 March 2012. Sundays panel discussion was organised in collaboration with the Miniclick talks series. Our panelists for the day where photographerEwen Spencer, graphic designer and creator of Oodee publishing house Damien Poulain, Harry Hardie from HERE, and Self Publish Be Happy’s Bruno Ceschel. The discussion was be chaired by Diane Smyth, deputy editor at the BJP. Venue: Ground Floor Left Enterprise House, Tudor Grove, London EQ 7QL Contributors: We showed a selection from our first show, new work we’ve been sent, and books we didn’t have space for first time around, as well as new submissions. Participants, Bridgette Ashton, Murray Ballard, Alex Bailey & Helen Flanagan, Julian Baron, Kevin Beck, Pierre Bessard, Antony Cairns, Margarida Correia, Kristianne Drake, Peter Edwards, Human Endeavour, Dan Epthorp, Jason Evans, Belfast Photo Factory, Sam Falls, Stuart Griffiths, Nicolas Haeni, Yoann Hagnere & Viola Korosi, Andy Heller, Bonifacio Barrio Hijosa, Timothy Hill, Kenji Hirasawa, Fergus Jordan, Yong Hee Kim, John Kippin & David Chandler, Shiho Kito, Wiebke Leister, Bärbel Möllmann, John Maclean, Celine Marchbank, Simon Norfolk, Poursuite, Bruno Quinquet, Misha de Ridder, Nick Rochowski, Davi Russo, William Sadowski, Maria Serranoes, Jess Smith, Ewen Spencer, Aya Takada, Mikel Telleria, Megan Turner-Jones, Graham Walzer and Harry Watts

A Book Show: Brighton, Uk - December 3 to 4, 2011

A, was the first in a series of exhibitions which focused on the hand-made and self-published photobook. Our intention was to showcase a wide range of work, from the short run, the limited edition, to the one off and ephemeral photobook. There was no theme to the exhibition, the only criteria for submissions where that it is important to the artist that the work be viewed as a book – be ready to leaf through some interesting work from international contributers. The show was held at Workflow Studio in Brighton. A Book Show featured work from Joan Alexander, Diana Artus, Gordon Ashbridge, Murray Ballard, Alex Bailey & Helen Flanagan, Julian Baron, Kevin Beck, Pierre Bessard, Pogo Books, Antony Cairns, Margarida Correia, Lawrence Daley, Caitlin Duennebier, Jon Dunning, Ramon Eding, Peter Edwards, Human Endeavour, Dan Epthorp, Jason Evans, Virgilio Ferreira, Peter Gates, Stuart Griffiths, Nicolas Haeni, Yoann Hagnere & Viola Korosi, Andy Heller, Bonifacio Barrio Hijosa, Kenji Hirasawa, Fergus Jordan, Shiho Kito, Josef Konczak/Martin Seeds, Espen R Krukhaug, Jason Larkin, Queenie Rosita Law, Chris Linaker, John Maclean, Louise Maher, Bertil Nilsson, Simon Norfolk, Preston is my Paris, Bruno Quinquet, Misha de Ridder, Nick Rochowski, Davi Russo, William Sadowski, Kayne Li Lui Sang, Maria Serrano, Amelia Shepherd, Jess Smith, Ewen Spencer, Lucy Steggals, Aya Takada, Mikel Telleria, Megan Turner-Jones and Harry Watts