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London Rd Photobook Pop-UP 

 

The third edition of the London Rd Photobook Pop-Up takes place May 15th-18th 2018 at The Solutions Centre, 126 London Road with special guest Unveil’d Photobook #01 at the Borough Road Gallery (103 Borough Road) , SE1 (Elephant & Castle)

 



The pop-up is a combination of photobook shop and project space, showcasing photobooks created at the School of Arts and Creative Industries, London South Bank University, Photography programme.

Location:
Photobook Pop-Up Shop: The Solutions Centre 126 London Road
located in the London South Bank University, Elephant & Castle campus, SE1 [map]

Dates:
Tuesday 15 May -Friday 18 May 2018
Launch party: Tuesday 15 May 3 – 9 pm

Opening times:
Wednesday 16- Friday 18 May, 12.00 – 5.30pm

Participants include:
Amelia Attle/ Raluca Babos/ Emma Bircham/ Razvan Bronda/ Iga Cegielko/ Jemima Charrett-Dykes/ Anesha Darling/ Katharine Gentry/ Bethany Gwynne/ Isabella Hewlett/ Peter Jordan/ Toby Hinds/ Charlotte Joseph / Tomasz Klimara / Mollie Lyons /Samrawit Mihreteab/ Jai Mills/ Daisy Morey/ Micah Morgan/ Joshua Pilkington /Regan Ross/ Daniel Sargent/ Jean-Charles Sibanda/ Megan Smallshaw/ Ryan Sparkes/ Aleksandra Stepka/ Samantha Sutton/ Sarah Teacy/ Isaac Watson/ Esin Yakar

 

Unveil’d Photobook #01 displays over 200 publications from the Unveil’d Photobook Collection at Borough Road Gallery. Presented alongside an exhibition of photographic work, artist talks, book launches and signings.

Locations:
Unveil’d Photobook #01: Borough Road Gallery 103 Borough Road
located in the London South Bank University, Elephant & Castle campus, SE1 [map]

Dates:
Tuesday 15 May -Friday 18 May 2018
Launch party: Tuesday 15 May 7 – 9pm

Opening times:
Wednesday 16- Friday 18 May, 12:00 – 9:00 pm

Wed 16 May | Book Launch | 18:00 – 20:00
Steve Bisson, Founding Editor of Urbanautica presents the new book ‘Maungakiekie. Olives in Auckland’ along with its author
Harvey Benge.

 

Thursday 17 May | Photobook Talks | 18:00 – 21:00
An evening of talks from photographers and publishers, discussing their approaches to the photobook. Speakers:
Alexandre Christiaens
Cameron Williamson & Anne Erhard
Thomas Duffield & Richard Higginbottom
Marine Lanier
Winne Lievens
Lucy Saunders
Joe Wright