Mar 21, 2014

Pilgrimage by Ekaterina Solovieva


A month ago, we published Pilgrimage (ПАЛОМНИКИ), a limited edition photozine in black and white about, yeah..., a pilgrimage. The report and the tracking of all the journeys were made, with a lot of patience, by Ekaterina Solovieva.




Ekaterina Solovieva is from Moscow (Москва́), and after graduating as a journalist at the University of Moscow, he moved to Hamburg, were she stills working with its greatest passion: photography.


You can find ПАЛОМНИКИ at Fatbottombooks, and soon in other bookstores. We are also going to have it at Arts Libris Zine & Artbook fair in Barcelona (if this is the case, mail us so we can keep it for you!). For future information, stay in touch at our twitter and facebook accounts!

Mar 17, 2014

BWP photozines in Tokyo!



As we told a few weeks ago, Capitalismo Barbarie and 2pm 6am (both published by Bad Weather Press) are going to be at the F Photobook Show exhibition in the 72Gallery (exart bild. 1F, 3-6-6 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 104-0031) or click here.

On wednesday 26 of march, from 19h to 21h (or later…) is going to be the Opening Night and then, until 13 April, you will be able to take a look at the 100 photobooks selected for the occasion.

The super box of photobooks / Photo: Photobookshow


Alongside the show, there will be a variety of events at the venue in collaboration with TIP, Japanese publishing houses, and local photographers. The best way to get in touch with everything is following the Photobookshow twitter or Tumblr accounts.

2pm 6am by Irene Serrano on a ham box

What are you going to see on there? Fantastic photographs from Mateusz Sarello, Irene Serrano, 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, 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.

Capitalismo Barbarie and other fanzines at the Fatbottom bookstore in Barcelona


The exhibition has been possible thanks to the work of the Photobookshow and the TIP (Tokyo Institute of Photography), the Photobookshow is a Brighton-based arts organisation, set up in 2011 by William Sadowski and Kevin Beck to raise the profile of artist-led photobooks.

The Photobookshow aims to hold several exhibitions a year, alongside talks and workshops. The Tokyo exhibition comes after a recent exhibition in Malmö, at the Vasli Sousa (first weeks of February) and paves the way for the next great exhibition G Photobook show in Brighton (England) from the 6 to the 15 of June at the One Eyed Jacks Gallery.

Mar 6, 2014

ZNZN: Zagreb!

Zines of the zone are continuing the route. Was nice to see the red cover of Carles Palacio photozine "Capitalismo Barbarie" on the front at the Siva gallery in Zagreb (Croatia)! Click here to see next cities where ZNZN would be.

Photo: ZNZN


There is also a interesting article about the stop in Rome by Francesca Assennato in English and in Italian. he-ho!