Photobooks published by The Gould Collection

The Gould Collection is a series of books to honor Christophe Crison, a photobook collector from Paris who died prematurely in 2015 at the age of forty-five. The series brings together contemporary photographers with short story and prose writers.

Christophe was a tireless advocate and supporter of many artists and writers. Under his online name Gould Bookbinder (the protagonist in two of Stephen Dixon’s novels), he actively posted images and links to articles about photography, film and literature. The photographers and writers showcased throughout the series are artists whose works Christophe admired.

The Gould Collection is co-edited by Laurence Vecten (Paris), Russet Lederman (New York City) and Yoko Sawada (Tokyo).

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  • Presentation by The Gould Collection:  " On Keeping a Notebook, volume four of The Gould Collection pairs forty-four photographs and five drawings by British photographer Jamie Hawkesworth with American writer Joan Didion’s essay On Keeping a Notebook. Through words for Didion and images for Hawkesworth, volume four focuses on the practice of collecting...

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  • .Sold out. Presentation by The Gould Collection: "Hypermarché – Novembre, the third volume in The Gould Collection, partners Japanese photographer Motoyuki Daifu with French writer Michel Houellebecq to critically explore themes of love, pain, family and daily life.Through a probing and often humorous lens, Tokyo-based Motoyuki Daifu’s photographs explore...

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