URBANAUTICA AT PARISPHOTO. FULL PROGRAMME
Urbanautica in the occasion of Paris Photo will join with a series of activities including a talk, an exhibition, a video screening session and a book signing. We look forward to meet you!
1. BLURRING THE LINES
Date: November 8th, 2016
Where: Paris College of Art
Address: 15 Rue Fénelon, 75010 Paris, France
Urbanautica in collaboration with PCA (Paris College of Art), Plateforme, Filmessay, University of Arts London and Berliner Technische Kunsthochschule
- talk by Steve Bisson (founder of Urbanautica);
- videoart screening session with Katerina Athanasopouloiu, Rob Carter, Theo Tagholm;
- opening of the exhibition 'Blurring the Lines' co-curated with Francois Ronsiaux.
Read more about the full programme from HERE.
2. L'ARTIERE POP-UP
Date: November 10th, 2016
Where: Hotel de Sauroy
Address: 58 Rue Charlot, 75003 Paris, France
L’Artiere opens, for a night, its “Pop-up” in the 3rd arroundisment to present its collection including limited edition monographs (first edition of 500 copies) and special edition slipcases (25 copies + prints numbered and signed by the artist). L’Artiere Bookshop will present also the works of its collaboration with Urbanautica and our book series URBANAUTICA COLLECTIONS. Photographers who will attend the event : Lorenzo Castore, Philippe Chancel, Gary Green, Edoardo Hahn, Hajime Kimura, Joseph Maida, Andrea Modica, Max Pam.
Limited edition prints by Gary Green for special slipcase of 'After Morandi'
Date: November 11th, 2016
Time: 16:30 Gary Green “After Morandi” book signing + 17:00 Edoardo Hahn “Landscape Materials” book signing
Where: Bateau Concorde-Atlantique
Address: Berges de Seine - Port de Solferino, 75007 Paris, France
We are glad to present URBANAUTICA COLLECTIONS by L'Artiere at Polycopies. Since 2014 Polycopies has been hosting every year a selection of 35 specialised international photo book publishers. Founded and directed by Laurent Chardon and Sebastian Hau, Polycopies is an association for the distribution and promotion of the photographic edition, which for four days during Paris-Photo becomes a large ephemeral bookshop, a space completely dedicated to photo books. Although Polycopies is first of all a market place, it has also become an important place to meet where a lively crowd of amateurs, collectors, photographers and publishers of different horizons share and confront their ideas on photography, better understand the stakes of publishing, exchange on discoveries made and favorite books, or even show their book dummies and see new projects come to live.
Polycopies at Bateau Concorde-Atlantique