June 11th & 12th, 2016 | 12 – 6 pm
Opening Reception: June 10, 2016 | 6 – 8 pm
Reading Performance by Christopher Clary: Saturday June 11th at 2pm
This spring, BAXTER ST at CCNY will host the 6th annual Zine & Self-Published Photo Book Fair on June 11th and 12th, with the opening reception on June 10th from 6 to 8 pm. This year the Fair is curated by Anouk Kruithof and will include special installations by Bob Civil, Curtis Hamilton, Devin Morris, and Peter Puklus. On Saturday the 11th at 2 pm Christopher Clary will read from his zine Sorry to dump on you like this.zip. In an interview for The Photographs’ Gallery Blog Kruithof says: “For me a book is an experience, an intimate meeting as well. A book has no closing hours. Photography and the book format goes naturally hand in hand, so to me it has always been part of my practice to make works of which the final outcome is the book. My books are photo-based artist books. So the book is the work basically. I like to walk through a book with my fingers and my mind, the same way I explore the world when traveling.” Assisting Kruithof with the fair is Zine Fair Coordinator Izabela Jurcewicz. Join us over the 10th-12th weekend to see an exciting array of self-published works that push the boundaries of traditional book-making today.
ZINE & SELF- PUBLISHED PHOTO BOOK PARTICIPANTS INCLUDE:
643 Collective, AA Bronson, Adrian Octavius Walker, Alejandro Cartagena, Alex F. Webb, Alexandra Lethbridge, ALUAN, Ana Cuba, Anna Leigh Clem, Anna Karin Quinto, Annaleen Louwes, Anne Geene, Anouk Kruithof, Arjan de Nooy, Ben Alper, Ben Schonberger, Bill Burke, Bill Sullivan, Bob Civil, Bruno Ceschel, Carlos Loret de Mola, Carolyn Drake, Chantal Rens, Chantal Zakari, Chase England, Christopher Clary, Christopher Gianunzio, Christian Tunge, Christof Nussli, Christoph Oeschger, Clement Valla, Curtis Hamilton, David Schoerner, Devin N Morris, Emile Hyperion Dubuisson, Erik van der Weijde, Evan Ortiz, Everything Is Collective, Fabiano de Lemos Britto, Gaisha Madanova, Ian Lewandowski, Imrich Veber, Jacob Haupt, Jenny Tondera, Jessica Eaton, Johan Rosenmunthe, Jonathan Schneider, Juan Madrid, Kasia Klimpel, Lena Grass, Lisa Lapierre, Londret Vandret (Athena Torri, Bea Fremderman, Ingo Mittelstaedt, Stuart Bailes), Lucia Nimcova, Mary Voorhees Meehan, Matthew Gamber, Max Pinckers, Max Schumann, Meron Menghistab, Michael McLeod, Michael Vahrenwald, Mike Mandel, Nico Krijno, Noah Jackson, Ole Fach, Patrick F. Sarmiento, Paul Soulellis, Peggy Anderson, Peter Puklus, Philip Aarons, Rafael Rozendaal, Ron Jude, Ryan Oskin, Technologie und das Unheimlich (T+U), Terranova, Thora Dolven Balke, Toni Amengual, Vendula Knopova, Ward Long, William Esdale, and Zoë Croggon.
Anouk Kruithof (1981) is a Dutch artist based in New York. Her work has been exhibited internationally at institutions such as: The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; MBAL Switzerland; The Xiangning Art Museum, Shenzhen China; The Center for Photography at Woodstock; Multimedia Art Museum in Moskow, Erarta Museum, St. Petersburg; Culture and Arts Center, Daegu Korea; Capitain-Petzel Gallery, Berlin: KIT (Kunst Im Tunnel) Düsseldorf; Temporare Kunsthalle, Berlin, Autocenter Berlin; ICP, New York; Capricious Gallery, New York, Higher Pictures Gallery, New York, Museum het Domein Sittard, the Netherlands; BoetzelaerINispen Amsterdam, FOAM Amsterdam; The Netherlands Fotomuseum, Rotterdam; MARCA museum Catanzaro, Italy; MAMAC (museum for modern and contemporary art) Liege, Belgium; among others. Her installation Subconscious Travelling is included in MoMA’s New Photography exhibition Ocean of Images in 2015 – 2016.
On her publishing platform stresspress.biz she presents the nine artist-books she published so far including: The Bungalow published by Onomatopee Eindhoven; Untitled (I’ve taken too many photos / I’ve never taken a photo) self-published (stresspress.biz); Pixel-stress published by RVB-books Paris; A head with wings, published by LBM Saint Paul, USA among others.
Kruithof is also co-creator, director and jury member of the new Anamorphosis Prize, which will award $10,000, no strings attached, to the creator of the best self-published photo-book from the previous year. The prize was launched for the first time in spring 2015.
Izabela Jurcewicz is a Polish photographer based in New York City. A graduate of the International Center of Photography (one-year program), University of Arts in Poznan (bachelor from Photography at Multimedia Department) and Warsaw University (master’s degree in Sociology), her works have been exhibited, among others, at the International Center of Photography and MONA Museum of the Newest Art in Poznan and during such international photography festivals as Month of Photography in Bratislava (OFF), 12th Fotofestival in Lodz, 8th Biennale of Photography in Poznan.
This program is supported by the Tierney Family Foundation, Eric-Jan Vink, Mark Waigner, and in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with City Council.