Title: BLACK WATER BALLAD Photographer: Lucas Olivet Publisher: Editions JB, Geneva CH Date of publication: November 2016 Pages: 44 pages Dimensions: 190mm x 260mm Edition: 180, hand-signed & dated by the artist & accompanied by a text by Sarah Burkhalter ISBN: 978-2-8399-1941-8 This series of photographs is an invitation to a peaceful motion, the tranquility of a forest water. Human presence, which carries out small tasks according to the rays of the sun, reflects our relationship to the environment in all its simplicity. Photographed from the shore or from a canoe, the images of Lucas Olivet are the fruit of patient work.
Title: NEBULA Photographer: Jacqueline Roberts Publisher: Damiani Date of publication: June 2016 Pages: 144 pages, hardcover Dimensions: 9.5 in. x 11.75 in.(240mm x 298mm) Edition: First Edition, hand-signed & dated by the artist ISBN: 978-88-6208-486-4 Reviving 19th-century photographic processes, Spanish photographer Jacqueline Roberts (born 1969) traces the moment of limbo that marks the transition from childhood to adolescence. Nebula is a collection of portraits that capture the mist of psychological and emotional change in youth; a glimpse into their nascent sense of self.
Title: THE FLOODS Photographer: Joseph Wright Publisher: Self-Published & Date of publication: 2015 Pages: 50 pages + custom sleeve Dimensions: 210 x 297 mm Edition: 2nd Edition of 100 ISBN: 978-0993089206 The Floods series of photographic work takes the reader on a part autobiographical, documentary and environmental journey exploring the antithesis of the English pastoral landscape. The often overlooked, unnoticed or ignored wooded places that are passed by as we go about our lives; scruffy patches in the corner of fields, by the roadside, behind industrial estates, all remnants of a once heavily wooded and valued countryside – forming parts of the edgelands; land now abandoned with no perceived use.
Every book is personally signed and hand bound by Joseph, thereby completing the creation of work from his initial moment of seeing.
Title: JMZ Photographer: Arseni Khamzin Date of publication: 2015 Place of publication: Montreal, Canada Publisher: Self published Dimensions: 14.6 x 22.5cm Pages: 44 Edition size: 100 hand-numbered
For JMZ, I walked through the streets of my neighborhood in inner-city Brooklyn and photographed the objects, spaces, and people I encountered along the way. Looking closely at the material relationships and surfaces that constituted the city, I used photography to try to understand the urban landscape around me and to convey the sense of awe, wonder, and confusion that I was feeling in this landscape.