Salon #69 — Ying Ang and Anna and Maria Ritsch
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by russet
2w ago
25 March 2024: 10×10 hosted a salon with Ying Ang and Anna and Maria Ritsch (aka the Ritsch Sisters) at Penumbra Foundation. Ying presented two books: Gold Coast (2014), which is about our perceptions of safety and danger within the architecture of our built environment, and The Quickening (2021), a study of the sudden transformations that affect a woman’s life when becoming a mother.  Ying Ang, Gold Coast (Self-published, 2014). Anna and Maria discussed their most recent photobook Together Apart (2023), which delves into profound questions of identity, societal change, and the human expe ..read more
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Salon #68 — Mike Mandel and Chantal Zakari
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by russet
6M ago
9 October 2023: Russet Lederman and Jeff Gutterman hosted a 10×10 Photobooks salon with Mike Mandel and Chantal Zakari. Mike discussed Zone Eleven (Damiani Editore, 2021) and his collaborative book (with Larry Sultan) Evidence (Clatworthy Colorvues, 1977). Chantal presented her most recent publication Pictures from the Outside (Eighteen Publications, 2023).  Larry Sultan & Mike Mandel, Evidence (Clatworthy Colorvues, 1977); Mike Mandel, Zone Eleven (Damiani Editore, 2021); Chantal Zakari, Pictures from the Outside (Eighteen P ..read more
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2022 Research Grants on Photobook History
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by helka
7M ago
The 2022 grants focus on research and scholarship that seeks to fill gaps and provide missing information in the history of women and photobooks with a focus on Asia, Africa and Oceania. Working with Dayanita Singh, we have added a grant for researchers living in South Asia. We continue to be extremely impressed with the range and strength of submissions which further evidences the need and opportunity for more research into the history of the photobook and the many stories and topics yet to be well known.  The three recipients of the 2022 Research Grants on Photobook History were: S ..read more
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Salon #67 — Tommy Kha and Kris Graves
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by russet
10M ago
20 June 2023: Lanie and Paul McNulty hosted a 10×10 Photobooks salon with Tommy Kha and Kris Graves. Tommy presented his recent photobook Half, Full, Quarter (Aperture, 2023) and Kris discussed his book, Privileged Mediocrity (KGP | Monolith, 2023) and his co-published zine-catalogues for the New York Now: Home exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York.   Left: Kris Graves, Privileged Mediocrity (KPG | Monolith, 2023). Right: Tommy Kha, Half, Full, Quarter (Aperture, 2023). Tommy Kha received his MFA in Photography from Yale Un ..read more
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Salon #66 — Alice Sachs Zimet and Allen Frame
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by russet
1y ago
25 April 2023: Alice Sachs Zimet hosted a 10×10 Photobooks salon with Allen Frame. Allen presented his recent photobook Innamorato (Meteoro Editions, 2022) and Alice discussed her photography collection and decades-long support of artists.  From Allen Frame, Innamorato (Meteoro Editions, 2022): Ennio (left) and Two Sisters (right). Allen Frame is a photographer and writer, based in New York and represented by Gitterman Gallery, which, in 2022, presented Whereupon, an exhibition of his black-and-white work from 1977-92.  Whereupon ..read more
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Salon #61 – Sim Chi Yin, Teun van der Heijden and Odette England
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by russet
1y ago
7 October 2022: 10×10 hosted a salon with artists Sim Chi Yin and Odette England at the loft of Steven Sicular in Manhattan. Sim discussed She Never Rode That Trishaw Again (self-published, 2021) with designer Teun van der Heijden and England presented Dairy Character (Saint Lucy Books, 2021). Sim Chi Yin, She Never Rode That Trishaw Again (2021) Photo: Johannes Kremer She Never Rode That Trishaw Again (self-published, 2021) tells the story of Loo Ngan Yue, a woman widowed by the British war against anti-colonial forces in Malaya — a 12-year conflict that became a template for o ..read more
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Salon #60 – D’Angelo Lovell Williams and Rachel Papo
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by russet
1y ago
14 September 2022: 10×10 hosted a salon with photographers D’Angelo Lovell Williams and Rachel Papo at DieFirma in Manhattan. D’Angelo Lovell Williams, Contact High (MACK, 2022) / Rachel Papo, It’s Been Pouring (Kehrer, 2022). D’Angelo Lovell Williams’s Contact High (MACK, 2022) offers an expansive engagement with the visualization of desire and depiction of the Black body. Williams’s narrative images reflect the many forms in which Black queer people exist and have existed historically within each other’s lives. The title references the importance of touch a ..read more
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Salon #59 – Sabiha Çimen, Bieke Depoorter
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by russet
1y ago
21 June 2022: 10×10 hosted a salon with photographers Sabiha Çimen, Bieke Depoorter at  Magnum Foundation in Manhattan. Sabiha Çimen, Hafiz (Red Hook Editions, 2021) and Bieke Depoorter, Agata (self-published, 2021). Sabiha Çimen‘s first book Hafiz (Red Hook Editions, 2021) is the culmination of three years of photographing girl’s Quran schools in five cities in Turkey. This is a subject that she knows very well since she herself attended one of those schools as a teenager, with her twin sister. The title refers to one who has memorized all 604 pages of the H ..read more
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Salon #58 – Alakananda Nag, Yelena Yemchuk, Rania Matar
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by russet
1y ago
1 June 2022: 10×10 hosted a salon with photographers Alakananda Nag, Yelena Yemchuk and Rania Matar at dieFirma in Manhattan. Alakananda Nag, Armenians of Calcutta (self-published, 2021), Yelena Yemchuk, Odesa (GOST, 2022) and Rania Matar, She (Radius Books, 2021). Alakananda Nag’s Armenians of Calcutta (self-published, 2021) is a book of photographs, text and rare archival material on the Armenian community of Calcutta who were the founders of the city as we know it today — a fact not widely known or accepted. Nag spent a decade on this work — researchi ..read more
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The Photobook Ecosystem: Searching for Sustainable Approaches
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by russet
1y ago
On 26 April 2022 10×10 Photobooks and the Sustainable Photobook Publishing (SPP) Network hosted an online panel discussion. Presentations were made by Loose Joints — Lewis Chaplin & Sarah Piegay Espenon, Catriona Gourlay (NAL, V&A), Paul John (Jan van Eyck Academie, Endless Editions) and Tamsin Green (manual.editions, SPP Network). The panel was moderated by Amelie Schuele (FOAM) and Daria Tuminas (FOTODOK). What does sustainability mean for the photobook community? The materials used to make books such as paper, printing inks and packaging all use valuable resources an ..read more
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