Friday, August 12, 2011
Coinciding with Laurence Vecten's second edition of the Publish It Yourself show of self-published books, 9-11 September 2011, at Maison d'art Bernard Anthonioz, Laurence has arranged two independent workshops at Le Bal.
One with BoehmKobayashi, photographers and editors Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber, and the second with Preston is my Paris from Great Britain.
If your interested in these workshops you can contact one of the team at Le BAL Books, follow announcements on Le Bal's facebook page. Or here: http://www.le-bal.fr/ or contact Laurence at http://www.publishityourself.org/
Preston is my Paris was formed in 2009 by Adam Murray and Robert Parkinson. They set it up in order to encourage the exploration of the city they live in. It has now expanded into a publishing platform for a wide range of publications on ever changing subjects and events. They have turned an appreciation of a city into one of the most exciting and prolific self publishing initiatives in the UK.
Although they have stopped producing the original Preston is my Paris zine, attention has moved to new projects. They will still continue to produce individual photographic publications with the next project, Preston Institute of the Everyday.
This will be a multi disciplinary, collaborative project that will encompass photography, printed matter, sound, digital output, live events, writing, lectures and talks. September sees the launch of the first issue of PIE and the first piece of work from PIE can be found in the latest issue of Art Licks
More here: http://pppbooks.blogspot.com/ and http://prestonismyparis.blogspot.com/
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