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New project announcement! We're taking preorders for Janus, by Birthe Piontek (whose first book with Gnomic, Abendlied, was selected as one of TIME Magazine's best photobooks of 2018). I'm delighted to publish this, and I wrote the essay which accompanies the work.
Abendlied was supported by an Ed Burtynsky grant; this one we're doing with a presale campaign. If you're interested, please support and share! https://gnomicbook.com/products/janus
Preorder now for delivery in October 2021 Janus is another iteration of Birthe Piontek's ongoing inquiry into the topics of memory and change. The photographs in Janus were made in the same corner of Piontek's studio as she explores how an artist can find inspiration in the limitations of a specific...
Announcing Janus, by @birthepiontek - presale begins today at gnomicbook.com. Please support this wonderful project if you can!
Nature is healing! We'll be at the LES Book Fair Saturday & Sunday. Come by and say hi.
Nature is healing! We'll be at the LES Book Fair Saturday & Sunday. Come by and say hi.
We're delighted to back Gregory Eddi Jones's new book, Promise Land. Please support if you can!
A visual epic by one of the most exciting new voices in contemporary photography
An absolutely lovely review of Primal Sight by the wonderful Magali Duzant in Lensculture: https://t.co/eWz6QxuYQc?amp=1
Curated by Efrem Zelony-Mindell, this book surveys the rich and elastic world of black-and-white photography via the works of over 140 artists and essays from Zelony-Mindell, David Campany, and Gregory Eddi-Jones
Jess T. Dugan reviews Primal Sight for Strange Fire, and it's excellent: http://www.strangefirecollective.com/book-reviews#/book-review-primal-sight/
"Two decades later, the sound of sneakers on concrete and the laughter of children is subdued — as the black and caribbean communities have been in steady decline. Those that still remain are the central figures of Thompson’s project." Sophie Beerens for GUP: https://gupmagazine.com/books/al-j-thompson-remnants-of-an-exodus/
Al J Thompson’s Remnants of an Exodus is a project that could never have arisen from the photographer-as-tourist, or the photographer-as-investigative journalist — that much can be felt within the powerful emotion that resonates in his images. The affection and earnest intimacy, evidenced for th...
Al J Thompson is in Vogue Italia today, in a lovely interview with Rica Cerbanaro. https://www.vogue.it/fotografia/gallery/remnants-of-an-exodus-al-j-thompson
Published by Gnomic Book, the new book by Al J Thompson is a touching documentation of the community of Spring Valley and of the dramatic demographic and political shift that is undergoing.
Thanks to Odette England and Photo-Eye for this incredibly insightful review: https://blog.photoeye.com/2021/03/book-of-week-selected-by-odette-england.html?m=1
Book Review Primal Sight Curated by Efrem Zelony-Mindell Reviewed by Odette England "I remember the first photograph I made using bla...
The Reflection in the Pool by Shane Rocheleau | Yogurt Magazine
My relationship with the Other as neighbor gives meaning to my relations with all others. – Emmanuel Levinas “It is still too common that I reflexively look away from homeless people. Conversely, it is human and vulnerable to hold their gaze and to consider that they are people with histories, l...
Submit your work to our good friends at Palm* Studios 2021 Photo Prize: https://contests.picter.com/palm-photo-prize-2021
Palm* Photo Prize is an annual submission based exhibition for new generation of photographers. Its aim is to support, elevate and showcase the best of the new wave of image-makers.
PMVABF and two live discusssions - https://mailchi.mp/9a0252654c6f/holiday-2018-sale-4775921
Primal Sight is available now outside the US, and will be available in the US in... about a week. In the meantime, here's Efrem in Lenscratch: http://lenscratch.com/2021/02/primal-sight-sadie-cook-and-efrem-zelony-mindell-in-conversation/
Primal Sight, published by Gnomic Books, is curated by the one and only, Efrem Zelony-Mindell. The book is a collection of works by 146 artists, with essays by David Campany and Gregory Eddi Jones. The project surveys the state of contemporary black-and-white photography and includes the works of in...
...and LIKE is in M le Monde. Time to crack a beer and enjoy the blizzard. https://www.lemonde.fr/m-le-mag/article/2021/01/26/a-oman-les-instants-voles-des-proletaires-du-desert_6067605_4500055.html
Au cours d’un séjour dans le sultanat, le photographe américain Ryan Debolski est allé à la rencontre des travailleurs immigrés qui s’épuisent sur les chantiers des cités du Golfe. Les saisissant dans leurs rares moments de détente, il offre de ces jeunes hommes une image inédite.
Primal Sight is on the front page of Vogue Italia today, in a great discussion between Rica Cerbarano, Efrem Zelony-Mindell and Jason Koxvold. Grazie mille! https://www.vogue.it/fotografia/article/primal-sight-a-black-and-white-portrayal-of-the-unknown-inside-ourselves
Released by Gnomic Book and curated by Efrem Zelony-Mindell, this new book is a celebration of black-and-white photography and the feral nature of human beings.
Al J. Thompson: Remnants of an Exodus: The Book
It tells the story of a once thriving Caribbean immigrant community under the threat of gentrification in Spring Valley; a suburban town just 40 minutes out of New York City. Pre-Order NOW from Gnomic Book!
Remnants of an Exodus, by Al J Thompson - https://mailchi.mp/5b443dd44703/holiday-2018-sale-4736217
The presale campaign for Remnants of an Exodus continues! https://gnomicbook.com/products/remnants-of-an-exodus
Remnants of an Exodus is Al J Thompson's first monograph, a love letter to his second home of Spring Valley, a once thriving Caribbean immigrant community under threat of gentrification, just 40 minutes from New York City. The case bound, 104 page book is comprised of 55 black and white photographs....
Federal Triangle in Boooooooom. Hose down those steps! https://www.booooooom.com/2021/01/18/federal-triangle-by-photographer-mike-osborne/
Although currently based in Austin Texas, the four years photographer Mike Osborne spent living in Washington DC, between 2012 and 2016, while teaching at Georgetown University, were the catalyst for his latest series, “Federal Triangle.” Taken on extended trips back to DC between 2016 and the p...
If you've never seen Shane Rocheleau's first book, You are Masters of the Fish and Birds and All the Animals, you should. Here it is in Paper Gallery: https://thepprgallery.com/featured/shane-rocheleauyamotfabaata
Shane Rocheleau addresses privilege and masculinity in the 21st century with his 2018 Gnomic Book publication, "You Are Masters Of The Fish And Birds And All the Animals"
Congratulations to Ryan Debolski for being shortlisted to the Lucie Photo Book Prize with LIKE!
LUCIE PHOTO BOOK PRIZE TRADITIONAL CATEGORY SHORTLIST ANNOUNCED!
WE ARE EXCITED TO SHARE THE 40 SELECTED TITLES FOR THIS YEAR'S SHORTLIST!
Please check online to see both the Traditional and Independent categories selects. With so many amazing submissions, we increased the selection to the top 20 for each category. luciephotobookprize.org
Winners will be announced Monday, January 25th.
Thanks to everyone who supported the preorder campaign for Primal Sight! We cleared the target and are deep in production. Here's the book in the British Journal of Photography already: https://www.1854.photography/2021/01/primal-sight-black-and-white-photography-through-the-lens-of-146-artists/
A new radical photobook questions the role of the black and white medium in contemporary photography
We're in the last week of the presale for Primal Sight, Gnomic's new project with Efrem Zelony-Mindell, David Campany, Gregory Eddi Jones and 164 artists. Technically and visually it's our most ambitious to date; a radical look at contemporary black and white photography. If that sounds exciting, please preorder a copy! https://gnomicbook.com/products/primal-sight
Primal Sight, a collection of works by 146 artists, and essays by David Campany and Gregory Eddi Jones, surveys the state of contemporary black-and-white photography. The project, curated by Efrem Zelony-Mindell, includes the works of intergenerational, interdisciplinary, and intersectional artists,...
Paris Photo / Aperture Jurors’ Special Mention - https://mailchi.mp/f54a62ed2eda/holiday-2018-sale-4673045
Honoured to be included in this list - and congratulations to the winners!
[PhotoBook Awards laureates]
Paris Photo and Aperture Foundation, in partnership with Delpire & Co, are pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards.
Living Trust by Buck Ellison (Loose Joints Publishing, Marseille, France) is the winner of $10,000 and the First PhotoBook award.
Woman Go No’Gree by Gloria Oyarzabal (Editorial RM, Barcelona, and Images Vevey, Switzerland) is the winner of PhotoBook of the Year.
The selection for Photography Catalogue of the Year is Imagining Everyday Life: Engagements with Vernacular Photography, edited by Tina M. Campt,Marianne Hirsch, Gil Hochberg, and Brian Wallis (Walther Collection, New York, and Steidl, Göttingen, Germany).
A Jurors’ Special Mention for First PhotoBook goes to LIKE by Ryan Debolski (Gnomic Book, Brooklyn).
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ABENDLIED BY BIRTHE PIONTEK
One of TIME Magazine’s best photobooks of 2019, Abendlied (Evening Song) examines how individual relationships in a family are shaped by the processes of growing up, aging, and eventually letting go. It reveals how this circle of life not only contributes to an ebb and flow of connection, but also to a feeling of separation within the family bond.
The project aims to look at the elements that create a family: not just the genes, but also the stories and secrets, as well as the objects that we surround ourselves with. The things that have always been there, are handed down, and make up the tangible and visible material that turns houses into homes. In this series they become poetic stand-ins for underlying emotions and the “unspeakable” that is unique to each family.
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Happy Thanksgiving! Here's Ryan Debolski in Paper Journal: https://paper-journal.com/15-questions-with-ryan-debolski/
Following the recent publication of his photobook LIKE by Gnomic Books, Ryan Debolski takes part in our new interview series, 15 Questions With…
We’re thrilled to be printing @ryandebolski’s LIKE on Wednesday with #josmorreefinebooks and @wilco_artbooks
Gnomic Book's cover photo
Exciting news: Paris Photo / Aperture PhotoBook Awards - https://mailchi.mp/93443b982a3d/holiday-2018-sale-4600417
Sean Sheehan on LIKE, in L'Oeil de la Photographie: https://loeildelaphotographie.com/en/ryan-debolski-like-df/
Photographing the Neoliberal Frontier States close to the Persian Gulf are famous for stunning building projects like Burj Khalifa in Dubai, Abu Dhabi’s Louvre and the 2022 World Cup Stadium in Doha. Soon, the Jeddah Tower in Saudi Arabia will eclipse Burj Khalifa as the…
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