Crosta Brava is the name of the last photozine from Carles Palacio, a photographer from Girona we already work with in two previous zines: Capitalismo Barbarie and Agno3.
This work, relates to a summary of a previous long (and on-going) work of "shoots of the territory" with different atmospheres, climates and geographies. This one, specifically focused on Costa Brava, the north coast of Catalonia, a beautifull and also damaged coast, with two important natural parks: Cap de Creus and Illes Medes.
You will also notice another natural environment, located a little far from the coast but still in the same line of sight as the other images: the lake of banyoles.
The title is a pun. “Crosta” (Crust) and “Costa” (Coast) have practically the same pronunciation in catalan, but crosta sounds more forceful, unromantic and, sometimes, even rude. Brave Crust.
Oct 23, 2014
Oct 22, 2014
All photos from the post by Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Huarte
Juan Pablo Huércanos has been working hard for this exhibition, now available to see at the Centro Huarte (Huarte, Navarra). The exhibition/project has more than 300 self-published projects, which reflect the reality of a scene characterized by heterogeneity and agility, articulated in four key areas: hybrid books, publications related to photography and image edits, drawings / illustration and artzines accompanied, in some cases, with other complementary expressions.
From 15 October.
Tuesday to Friday from 17h to 20h
Saturdays 12h to 14h and 17h to 20h
The Bad Weather press zone with two big posters by Robert Roura
Juan Pablo Huércanos presenting the exhibition
Oct 20, 2014
Vancouver skyline from Stanley park
Views of the city from the Vancouver Lookout
Two weeks ago we were at the Vancouver Art/Book Fair, a event produced by Project Space that has completely consolidated as the most interesting fair on the NW Pacific coast.
Last year, we sent some photozines and this year, some of you could see them exhibited in one of the Vancouver Art Gallery floors, exactly at the New Understandings of Space. But we weren't satisfied, so this year we decided to go with all the available material (specially new stuff) and say hi to all the people in Vancouver! Here a photographic resume of the three days of exhibition.
The VA/BF archive: New understandigs of Space
Thanks to everyone, specially to Tracy Stefanucci for the good job with the fair and Ted Feighan for the patience (he was my table-neighbor). Also to all the exhibitors that, at one point or another we exchanged some words (specially the last day at night :D)
Gumhead (2014) by Douglas Coupland (Canadian, 1961). Temporally on the VAG garden.
The Outer Space Mobile gallery. Super good!
Some people really interested in our stuff.
The VA/BF ended on The Cambie bar. A nice place.