MARCH 5–APRIL 2, 2010Photo-Bookworks Exhibition, Sheehan Gallery, Walla Walla, Washington. Aritsts include: Fischli and Weiss, Gerhard Richter, Hans-Peter Feldman, Corin Hewitt, Bertrand Fleuret, Robert Frank, Collier Schorr, Hamish Fulton, Masahisa Fukase, Stephen Gill, John Gossage, Jason Fulford, Mike Mandel and Larry Sultan, Taryn Simon, Balazs Czeizl, Madeline Djerejian, Sophie Ristelhueber, Tate Shaw, David Schulz, Jim Goldberg, Roni Horn, Kikuju Kawada, Michael Schmidt, Michal Rovner, Ken Schles, Bill Burke, Daido Moriyama, John Wood, Nathan Lyons, Paul Graham, Takashi Homma, Morten Andersen, Yutaka Takanashi, and Ed Ruscha.
APRIL 3, 2010
Photo-Bookworks Workshop, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington. This one-day workshop, led by David Schulz will give participants the opportunity to examine how specific design and production strategies help to stage photographic content within a book context.
Journal of Artists' Books (JAB). The essay, Visual and Verbal Experience in Photo-Bookworks
, by David Schulz, is published by JAB for their spring issue, dedicated to critical issues in photo-bookworks. Click here to download a PDF of the essay
. Please see http://www.journalofartistsbooks.org/current/.
JULY 1–3, 2010
Photo-Bookworks Symposium, Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, New York.The 2010 Photo-Bookworks Symposium addresses a new production generation—in an era with access to print-on-demand and desktop publishing—as an effort to expand the potential for books-as-art. Contemporary print-on-demand technology increases the ability to cheaply print and to self-publish works, but is the distinctive time/space art of the photo-bookwork lost on those using books to display their photographs? In order to expand the potential of the form, we have organized a series of presentations on exemplary photo-bookwork projects by American and international photographic artists, publishers, and historians.
Please see http://vsw.org/symposium.php for more information.
JULY 12–16, 2010
Photo-Bookworks Workshop, Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, New York. Investigating Media-Bookworks: Development, Design, and Production
, is a one-week workshop, led by David Schulz.