Blog Reblog Austin

Posted: May 7th, 2014 | Author: paul paper | Filed under: Event, Photography | 3 Comments »

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Austin Center for Photography will host Blog Reblog, which includes two hundred projected images by two hundred photographers selected by curators Max Marshall and Paul Paper. Having premiered at Signal Gallery in New York in 2013, the exhibition will be held at Big Medium, May 23 – June 7.

Two groups of one hundred photographers were selected, who were then randomly paired together and given the task of choosing one image from each other’s online portfolio. By appropriating the process of re-blogging and reflecting the online culture of post-curatorship, Blog Reblog underlines the way images are circulating on the web while raising questions surrounding authorship, curatorship, and crediting.

Featuring works by:

Aaron Hegert • Adam Ekberg • Adam Golfer • Adam Schreiber • Agnes Thor • Agota Lukyte • Albrecht Tuebke • Alex Webb • Alexander Binder • Alexis Vasilikos • Amy Lombard • Andrea P Nguyen • Andreas Banderas • Andreas Ervik • Andreas Schimanski • Andrew Lyman • Andrew Miksys • Ann Woo • Anna Krachey • Anna Paola Guerra • Anthony Smith • Antje Peters • Athena Torri • Audrey Corregan • Aurelien Arbet & Jeremie Egry • Barry Stone • Bea De Giacomo • Bea Fremderman • Benjamin Schmuck • Berry Patten • Billy Buck • Bobby Doherty • Bobby Scheidemann • Brea Souders • Brendan Baker • Brian Ulrich • Bridget Collins • Bruno Zhu • Bryan Dooley • Bryan Kreuger • Bryan Schutmaat • Campbell Sibthorpe • Carlos Lara • Carson Fisk-Vittori • Carson Sanders • Casey Wilson • Charles Negre • Charlie Engman • Christian Patterson • Christopher Schreck • Curran Hatleberg • Dan Schmahl • Dana Lixenberg • Daniel Evans • Daniel Everett • Daniel Gordon • Daniel Kukla • Daniel Shea • Darin Mickey • David Brandon Geeting • David Schoerner • David Zilber • Delaney Allen • Diana Scherer • Ed Panar • Elizabeth Chiles • Elspeth Diederix • Emiliano Granado • Enrico Smerilli • Eric Helgas • Erik Mowinkel • Erin Desmond • Erin O’Keefe • Ernest Protasiewicz • Espen Gleditsch • Estelle Hanania • Eva O’Leary • Evan Whale • Evelyn Dragan • Facundo Pires • Fanny Schlichter • Flemming Ove Bech • Francois Coquerel • Freddy Griffiths • Glen Erler • Go Itami • Grant Cornett • Grant Willing • Harry Griffin • Heather Cleary • Ignacio Navas • Ingo Mittelstaedt • Inka Lindergård & Niclas Holmström • Jake Kenny • James Jackman • Jason Fulford • Jason Lazarus • Jason Lukas • Jason Nocito • Jason Reed • Jennilee Marigomen • Jeremias Paul • Jeremy Liebman • Jessica Hans • Jessica Williams • Jimmy Limit • Jinjoo Hwang • JJ Berg • Joe Leavenworth • Joel Tettamanti • Johan Rosenmunthe • John Opera • Jon Stanley Austin • Jonas Lozoraitis • Jonas Marguet • Jordan Tate • Joss McKinley • Jr-Shin Luo • Juan Pablo Garza • Julian Faulhaber • Jure Kastelic • Kalle Sanner • Kerry Skarbakka • Kevin Tadge • Klara Källström • Kyle Laidig • Laurie Kang • Lisa Fairstein • Lonneke Van Der Palen • Luke Norman & Nik Adam • Mac Katter • Maciek Pozoga • Marina Richter • Mark Steinmetz • Maryanne Casasanta • Mate Moro • Matthew Brandt • Matthew Leifheit • Matthieu Lavanchy • Maurice van Es • Maury Gortemiller • Max Marshall • Max Zerrahn • Maxime Guyon • McNair Evans • Mette Sinke • Michael Marcelle • Michael Vahrenwald • Michelle Arcila • Mike Osborne • Miranda Lehman • Mirka Laura Severa • Nicholas Gottlund • Nico Krijno • Nicolas Poillot • Ozant Kamaci • Paul Herbst • Paul Paper • Pauline Magnenat • Pedro Ramos • Peter Happel Christian • Peter Sutherland • Peter Watkins • Philippe Jarrigeon • Ralf Brueck • Robertas Narkus • Roxana Azar • Sam Harris • Sam Logan • Santa Katkute • Sara Cwynar • Sarah Duncan • Sarah Palmer • Sasa Stucin • Sasha Kurmaz • Scott Klang • Sean Stewart • Shane Henken • Shane Lavalette • Stuart Bailes • Suzanna Zak • Sylvain-Emmanuel P • Taylor Curry • Thobias Fäldt • Thomas Albdorf • Thomas Hauser • Thomas Humery • Thomas Prior • Tim Davis • Tim Johannis • Tim Pyle • Tine Bek • Todd Fisher • Tom Lovelace • Tommy Kha • Trey Wright • Ugne Straigyte • Will Adler • Winslow Laroche • Wyne Veen • Ye Rin Mok • Zach Nader

Opening:
Friday, May 23, 7 pm – 11 pm

Big Medium
Canopy, 916 Springdale Road
Austin


Like There’s No Tomorrow @ OTB

Posted: April 10th, 2014 | Author: paul paper | Filed under: Event, Publication | No Comments »

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Like There’s No Tomorrow: Young Lithuanian Photography is having its international launch at One Thousand Books art book festival in Copenhagen 10-13 April, 2014.

Like There’s No Tomorrow (edited by Paul Paper and Juste Jonutyte) is a new book on young Lithuanian photography. Works by 12 emerging artists are brought together to form a shared visual dialogue, acquainting the viewer with a new tradition in photography and its contemporary post-Internet expression. The photographs shown in this publication reveal a shifting aesthetic in young generation photographers and a fresh photographic treatment of found objects, themes explored further in the writings of four international art critics, included in the publication. Like There’s No Tomorrow presents photography that has so far rarely been shown in Lithuania and aims to facilitate an artistic and critical dialogue around the new ideas this photography carries.


One Thousand Books 2014

Posted: April 7th, 2014 | Author: paul paper | Filed under: Event, Publication | No Comments »

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Art book festival One Thousand Books invites 28 independent publishers from Northern Europe to meet up in a supermarket in Copenhagen to sell books, greet their audience face to face and to share ideas and strategies with one another. The isles of the supermarket act as a visual and conceptual backdrop as the art books are sold alongside everyday groceries, to bibliophiles and the unexpecting shopper alike.

Thu-Sun April 10 – 13, 2014
Copenhagen, Denmark


Blog Re-Blog

Posted: July 25th, 2013 | Author: paul paper | Filed under: Event, Photography | 2 Comments »

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Reflecting the post-curatorial mode of online image distribution, Max Marshall and Paul Paper have each selected and randomly paired two groups of 100 photographers. Each artist then selects an image from the other’s portfolio, to be exhibited in tandem.

200 images, curated by 200 photographers.

Featuring works by:

Aaron Hegert • Adam Ekberg • Adam Golfer • Adam Schreiber • Agnes Thor • Agota Lukyte • Albrecht Tuebke • Alex Webb • Alexander Binder • Alexis Vasilikos • Amy Lombard • Andrea P Nguyen • Andreas Banderas • Andreas Ervik • Andreas Schimanski • Andrew Lyman • Andrew Miksys • Ann Woo • Anna Krachey • Anna Paola Guerra • Anthony Smith • Antje Peters • Athena Torri • Audrey Corregan • Aurelien Arbet & Jeremie Egry • Barry Stone • Bea De Giacomo • Bea Fremderman • Benjamin Schmuck • Berry Patten • Billy Buck • Bobby Doherty • Bobby Scheidemann • Brea Souders • Brendan Baker • Brian Ulrich • Bridget Collins • Bruno Zhu • Bryan Dooley • Bryan Kreuger • Bryan Schutmaat • Campbell Sibthorpe • Carlos Lara • Carson Fisk-Vittori • Carson Sanders • Casey Wilson • Charles Negre • Charlie Engman • Christian Patterson • Christopher Schreck • Curran Hatleberg • Dan Schmahl • Dana Lixenberg • Daniel Evans • Daniel Everett • Daniel Gordon • Daniel Kukla • Daniel Shea • Darin Mickey • David Brandon Geeting • David Schoerner • David Zilber • Delaney Allen • Diana Scherer • Ed Panar • Elizabeth Chiles • Elspeth Diederix • Emiliano Granado • Enrico Smerilli • Eric Helgas • Erik Mowinkel • Erin Desmond • Erin O’Keefe • Ernest Protasiewicz • Espen Gleditsch • Estelle Hanania • Eva O’Leary • Evan Whale • Evelyn Dragan • Facundo Pires • Fanny Schlichter • Flemming Ove Bech • Francois Coquerel • Freddy Griffiths • Glen Erler • Go Itami • Grant Cornett • Grant Willing • Harry Griffin • Heather Cleary • Ignacio Navas • Ingo Mittelstaedt • Inka Lindergård & Niclas Holmström • Jake Kenny • James Jackman • Jason Fulford • Jason Lazarus • Jason Lukas • Jason Nocito • Jason Reed • Jennilee Marigomen • Jeremias Paul • Jeremy Liebman • Jessica Hans • Jessica Williams • Jimmy Limit • Jinjoo Hwang • JJ Berg • Joe Leavenworth • Joel Tettamanti • Johan Rosenmunthe • John Opera • Jon Stanley Austin • Jonas Lozoraitis • Jonas Marguet • Jordan Tate • Joss McKinley • Jr-Shin Luo • Juan Pablo Garza • Julian Faulhaber • Jure Kastelic • Kalle Sanner • Kerry Skarbakka • Kevin Tadge • Klara Källström • Kyle Laidig • Laurie Kang • Lisa Fairstein • Lonneke Van Der Palen • Luke Norman & Nik Adam • Mac Katter • Maciek Pozoga • Marina Richter • Mark Steinmetz • Maryanne Casasanta • Mate Moro • Matthew Brandt • Matthew Leifheit • Matthieu Lavanchy • Maurice van Es • Maury Gortemiller • Max Marshall • Max Zerrahn • Maxime Guyon • McNair Evans • Mette Sinke • Michael Marcelle • Michael Vahrenwald • Michelle Arcila • Mike Osborne • Miranda Lehman • Mirka Laura Severa • Nicholas Gottlund • Nico Krijno • Nicolas Poillot • Ozant Kamaci • Paul Herbst • Paul Paper • Pauline Magnenat • Pedro Ramos • Peter Happel Christian • Peter Sutherland • Peter Watkins • Philippe Jarrigeon • Ralf Brueck • Robertas Narkus • Roxana Azar • Sam Harris • Sam Logan • Santa Katkute • Sara Cwynar • Sarah Duncan • Sarah Palmer • Sasa Stucin • Sasha Kurmaz • Scott Klang • Sean Stewart • Shane Henken • Shane Lavalette • Stuart Bailes • Suzanna Zak • Sylvain-Emmanuel P • Taylor Curry • Thobias Fäldt • Thomas Albdorf • Thomas Hauser • Thomas Humery • Thomas Prior • Tim Davis • Tim Johannis • Tim Pyle • Tine Bek • Todd Fisher • Tom Lovelace • Tommy Kha • Trey Wright • Ugne Straigyte • Will Adler • Winslow Laroche • Wyne Veen • Ye Rin Mok • Zach Nader

Opening:
Friday, August 2nd
8:00 PM – 11:00 PM

SIGNAL
260 Johnson Avenue
Brooklyn, New York


One Thousand Books

Posted: May 18th, 2013 | Author: paul paper | Filed under: Event, Publication | No Comments »

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One Thousand Books
Independent Art Book Fair with a Nordic Focus

More than 25 independent and micro publishers from all of Northern Europe meet in a supermarket in Copenhagen to sell books, meet their audience IRL and to share ideas and strategies with each other.
The isles of the supermarket act as a visual and conceptual backdrop as the art books are sold alongside everyday groceries to bibliophiles and the unexpecting shopper alike.

Friday May 24, 17:00 – 21:00, Saturday May 25, 14:00 – 18:00, Sunday May 26, 11:00 – 17:00
Inside REMA 1000 Carlsberg, Pasteursvej 61, Copenhagen

TALK
Paul Paper: Current Tendencies in Contemporary Art Book Publishing
Saturday May 25, 12:00 – 13:30
Malttorvet 2, Carlsberg

PARTICIPATING IMPRINTS
Arkiv for detaljer (DK), B-B-B-Books (SE), Cornerkiosk / Melk (NO), Drucksache (SE), Einar Books (NO), Emancipa(t/ss)ionsfrugten (DK), Feil Forlag (NO), Fryd Frydendahl (DK), Hour Editions (DK), Hurricane (DK), In edit mode (SE), Jody Barton (DK), Korridor (DK), Lodret Vandret (DK), Lubok (DE), Mono.kultur (DE), Museum Paper (SE), Officin (DK), Paul Paper / It is my party (LT), Pork Salad Press (DK), Publication Studio (SE), Romka Magazine (DE), Sailor Press (SE), Shadowlab (NO), Shelter Press (BE), Space Poetry (DK), The Last Books (NL), TrueTrueTrue (NL)


Sraunus Cardiff launch ant Talk

Posted: May 9th, 2013 | Author: paul paper | Filed under: Event | 1 Comment »

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Photographs from Sraunus Cardiff exhibition and talk.


Sraunus Tonight

Posted: May 3rd, 2013 | Author: paul paper | Filed under: Event, Photography | No Comments »

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Freddy Griffiths

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Max Marshall

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Billy Buck

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Paul Herbst

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Ugne Straigyte

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David Zilber
and many more

starting from tonight

at Arcade Cardiff, Wales

Sraunus Talk
Saturday, 4 May, 1 – 2pm


Sraunus Cardiff

Posted: April 22nd, 2013 | Author: paul paper | Filed under: Event, Photography | 2 Comments »

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Traveling photography exhibition Sraunus will hold its UK première at the Diffusion Festival.

Participating photographers:
Thomas Albdorf, Aurélien Arbet, Flemming Ove Bech, Alexander Binder, Lucas Blalock, Billy Buck, Maryanne Casasanta, Bridget Collins, Grant Cornett, Elspeth Diederix, Bobby Doherty, Bryan Dooley, Jessica Eaton, Jérémie Egry, Thobias Fäldt, Philip Gaißer, Nicholas Gottlund, Freddy Griffiths, Paul Herbst, Go Itami, Klara Källström, Jennilee Marigomen, Max Marshall, Sylvain-Emmanuel P, Paul Paper, Facundo Pires, Nicolas Poillot, Nerijus Rimkus, Johan Rosenmunthe, Jaap Scheeren, Maurice Scheltens & Liesbeth Abbenes, Adam Schreiber, Brea Souders, Kate Steciw, Ugnė Straigytė, Jessica Williams, Kimm Whiskie, Ann Woo, and David Zilber.

Curator: Paul Paper
Writer: Rowan Lear

May 2 – May 6, 2013
Unit 17 at Queen’s Arcade
Cardiff
Wales

Sraunus Talk
May 4th, 1pm


Sraunus Gothenburg

Posted: October 31st, 2012 | Author: paul paper | Filed under: Event, Photography | 2 Comments »

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SRAUNUS GOTHENBURG
one evening screening of projected contemporary photographs

Participating photographers:
Thomas Albdorf, Aurélien Arbet, Flemming Ove Bech, Alexander Binder, Lucas Blalock, Billy Buck, Maryanne Casasanta, Bridget Collins, Grant Cornett, Elspeth Diederix, Bobby Doherty, Bryan Dooley, Jessica Eaton, Jérémie Egry, Thobias Fäldt, Philip Gaißer, Nicholas Gottlund, Paul Herbst, Go Itami, Klara Källström, Jennilee Marigomen, Max Marshall & Andrea P. Nguyen, Sylvain-Emmanuel P, Paul Paper, Facundo Pires, Nicolas Poillot, Nerijus Rimkus, Johan Rosenmunthe, Jaap Scheeren, Maurice Scheltens & Liesbeth Abbenes, Adam Schreiber, Brea Souders, Kate Steciw, Ugnė Straigytė, Kimm Whiskie, Jessica Williams, Ann Woo

curated by Paul Paper
soundtrack by Anton Stuckardt

November 7th, 2012
19.00-22.00
Nextart Gallery
Karl Johansgatan 17, Gothenburg


Untaken Photographs launch Vilnius

Posted: October 22nd, 2012 | Author: paul paper | Filed under: Event | No Comments »

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Join Fred Cave and me for the “Untaken Photographs” book presentation in Vilnius.
CAC reading rooms, 24 October, 6 pm.