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Joy Drury Cox at Launch F18 - September 2014
http://www.launchf18.com/Upcoming_Exhibitions.html

This is happening! Be there. There are still limited copies of Or, Some of the Whale at www.conveyoreditions.com. Printed on Mohawk Superfine, Clothbound Booklet, with Copper Foil. Hand Sewn Edition of 125. 
Book Launch & Signing Tomorrow Night: Polaroids by Miranda Lichtenstein

Tomorrow Night. June 18th from 6-8pm at Dashwood Books, located at 33 Bond Street, New York, Miranda Lichtenstein will be launch and sign her new book Polaroids. The book was printed and bound at Conveyor Arts, and we are super excited to see it finally launch. Be there!

Text via Dashwood Books:

Miranda Lichtenstein’s evolving eleven year project began when she inherited friend Roe Ethridge’s Linhof 4x5 camera with a polaroid back while on a residency in Giverny in 2002, and has continued across five distinct locations around the globe. Often shooting through a textured scrim or in graphic silhouette, Lichtenstein uses the polaroid plane to compose still-lives that slip effortlessly between representation and abstraction. “What’s more, a unique print of a painted object made sense to me conceptually,” she says. “I liked the contradiction of making an instantaneous image of something so labored.” Her mesmerizing layers accrue and dissipate while her surfaces simultaneously shift through her own sense of tradition. The New Yorker writes that “resisting the inflated scale of so much contemporary photography… Lichtenstein nods to the history of still-life photography, but she’s far too inventive to get bogged down in it.

Pre-Order A Copy Here!

Brea Souders at Bruce Silverstein

Brea Souders solo show, opens tonight at the Bruce Silverstein Gallery, located at  535 West 24th Street in New York, NY. We are so honored to have worked with Brea to print the show, and cannot wait to see it in person. If you are in NYC, you should be there tonight. 

The Contemporary Photobook: New Perspectives in Publishing

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We are super excited to announce an open call for writing submissions, to be considered for the forthcoming publication The Contemporary Photobook: New Perspectives in Publishing, edited by Larissa Leclair, and published in collaboration with the Indie Photobook Library.

This collection of essays will discuss the current state of the photobook in historical context, specifically focusing on the rise of independent and self-published imprints and their role in reshaping the publishing paradigm. 

For more information about contributing to the book,
visit: contemporaryphotobook.submittable.com.

 

engramination:

sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:
Tri-color, 2014

New Work by Jeremy Haik on the SFMoMA blog
Conveyor Magazine Back Issue: Spectre // Spectrum

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Conveyor Magazine is a visual publication concerned with initiating conversation across fields of science, technology, culture, and the arts through photography and print. Each issue explores a specific idea through close collaboration with artists, writers, and field specialists. The result is a collection of unique and thoughtful images, essays, dialogs and projects that expand upon and complicate the subject at hand.

Conveyor Magazine is available at Printed Matter, Artbook @ MoMA PS1, the ICP Museum, McNally Jackson, MoCA Bookstore, Antenne Books, and through Conveyor Editions.

Moyra Davey: Sneak Peek at Conveyor Magazine, The Alchemy Issue

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Moyra Davey began Copperheads, her images of Abraham Lincoln’s profile as engraved on US pennies, as an investigation into the psychology of money. This investigation is analogous to chrysopoeia; the camera acts of a type of philosopher’s stone, transmuting a base metal into something more meaningful and enduring.  

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If your work fits in with the idea of Alchemy, please send us your work, we’d love to consider it for the next issue of Conveyor Magazine.

Deadline for Submissions:
May 15th, 2014 at Midnight PST

Apply Here:
conveyoreditions.submittable.com

The Alchemist by Thomas Wijck, 17th Century
Richard Learoyd, Flamingo, 2012
The Alchemist Discovering Phosphorus by Joseph Wright of Derby, 1771