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I am doing a project on the future of photography looking at three themes:

1) #mobiography - storytelling through smartphone photography
2) #photobook industry - capturing stories in physical space/time
3) #ecommerce - how images are vital for privately held personal industry
I am hosting a G+ chat next Thursday noon #EST and am wondering if you or someone you know would have insight in this space.

Ping me if you or someone you know should be part orf this conversation.


A New Era in Photography . . .

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Come visit us from 20 to 22 at Offprint at the Tate Gallery in London!

We will be at the Offprint London, in the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern, con forty books (all of which first editions) and signed copies of Olivo Barbieri, Mark Cohen, Tim Davis, Marco Delogu, Patrick Faigenbaum, Pieter Hugo, Graciela Iturbide, Claudia Jaguaribe, Lee Miller, Tod Papageorge, Anders Petersen, Jon Rafman, Alec Soth, Guy Tillim e Paolo Ventura, and many others coincidentally the Photo London e the group show “Rome Commission” all’ICI – London

Furthermore friday 20 may at 2.30, at Rizzoli Bookstore in the east wing of the Sommerset House, Marco Delogu will be signing copies of his last work Suspended Light, a research on the polarity of light in the city of Rome accompanied by short novels by Jhumpa Lahiri and Edoardo Albinati and critical essays by Eric de Chassey and Bartolomeo Pietromarchi

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Street Photography by David Gibson
The bible of #StreetPhotography

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Lars Tunbjörk (RIP), I Love Boras!

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Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek, The world we live in (2013)
Photo book recommendation for this weekend: The World We Live In by Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek
Read more on my blog

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We are happy to announce our latest publication: Olivo Barbieri, site specific_ROMA 04 – 14 . The book features both series of Rome from 2004 and 2014

Curated by Marco Delogu
Texts by Pippo Ciorra; Edoardo Albinati
With a conversation between Olivo Barbieri and Marco Delogu
72 pp.; 68 color photographs
Clothed hard-cover
30,5 x 25 cm

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NewYorkers! This one is for you, go and see the first #BookJockey session to held there! In just few minutes! At +International Center of Photography Library.
If you are in New York City and love #photobooks , you can assist to the first #BookJockey session there is about to start at +International Center of Photography Library. The team of 10x10 Photobooks have organized this session. Go support them!

And here are the newsletter with the three sessions to be held in June:
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