The video of my “Tobiko” dummy is now up on the site of the fotobookfestival. Be sure to check out the other books!
Super happy that my book dummy “Tobiko” is among the 48 shortlisted books for this year’s Fotobookfestival and will be exhibited at international photo events in Athens, Cologne, Dublin, Madrid, Milano, Oslo, Paris, Rome, Paraty and Sao Paulo! More info here: http://2014.fotobookfestival.org/dummy-award-2014/
A big thank you once more to Markus Schaden and Wolfgang Zurborn for editing help and advice!
My Pelikan bookwork is finally ready! Digitally printed on 250 gsm Profimatt paper stock, A4 size ( 210 x 297 mm), bone folded and hand stitched by myself, then finished by a bookbinder:
The original dummy was shortlisted for the 2012 International Fotobook Festival and subsequently shown at Le Bal, Paris, and f-stop Festival, Leipzig. It was also selected for Photobookshow D in Helsinki and shortlisted for the Unpublished Dummy Award at Unseen Photo Festival, Amsterdam.
100 copies, signed and numbered. € 23 plus shipping (€ 2 Germany, € 4 International). E-mail me at g.harhoff(at)gmail.com if you’re interested.
I am very happy to be part of the group exhibition “Kammerspiel” at Spinnerei Leipzig during f-stop Festival from June 23 till July 1, opening reception Friday June 22, 19 h at Spinnerei Halle 18. The bookworks of the participating artists were all shortlisted for this year’s dummy award. So not only my Pelikan dummy will be shown during the festival, but also images on the wall. Stop by if you’re in the area!
I am very happy to announce that the shortlistet dummies from this year’s International Fotobook Festival – among them my “Pelikan” bookwork – will travel to Leipzig for f-stop, the 5th Festival for Photography from June 23 till July 1.
Again, if you’re interested, here is a short video of the book:
The winning book “Passengers” of this year’s dummy award has now been published. During a 4 month stay in wintery Poland photographers Dagmar Keller and Martin Wittwer (congratulations to both!) discovered a bus station where passengers where waiting for numerous regional busses. See the whole book HERE.