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For this issue, The Eyes has decided change tack. We have chosen to reflect on the notion of territory. Whether geographical, political, legal, cultural or mental, it is consistently subject to friction, even conflict. Think of the refugee crisis and the reaction it elicited: barriers being erected along the borders of a number of Member States.
So how can such a shifting concept be captured photographically? One option was to ask photographers directly. We thus sent out a call for proposals to address territorial issues. We received 250 portfolios from all over Europe, and we would like to thank every participant for their contribution.
The 10 selected portfolios are presented in these pages.
Meanwhile, we also asked three very different persons – Michel Barnier, member of the European parliament; Arnaud Claass, photographer and photography theoretician; and Velibor Čolić, Bosnian writer and political refugee in France – to contribute their reflections on the notion of territory.
From documentary art to staging, via the postcard industry, the theme of territory brought together an extraordinarily diverse selection of works and perspectives.
Portfolio Maydan, Hundred Portraits by Emeric Lhuisset
Editorial by Rémi Coignet
The Maginot Line by Alexandre Guirkinger
Dievs Daba Darbs by Vikorija Eksta
You speak of Territory, and I say between two worlds by Velibor Čolić
Territories are a chance for our societies by Michel Barnier
European legends by Arnaud Claass
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.Sold out!. Presentation by Kominek: "Hallucinatory flashes of the Berlin underworld permeate through the pages of this collective work by Japanese artists Daisuke Yokota,Yoshi Kametani and Hiroshi Takizawa. A collaboration of night work in a city that never sleeps; the photographers pass like ghosts through all manner of places; forests, strip clubs,...
.Sold out.The project of this book, co-sponsored by the ICP (International Center of Photography, New York), the "Photobooks" Facebook group and the Tokyo Institute of Photography, was to ask 10 people who are authorities in the photobook genre to select each 10 American photobooks published after 1987.The result is a rich catalogue of photobooks, some...
.One copy available.10 curators from the photography and photobook world each choose 10 Japanese books they feel important in the history of the medium, and comment on their choices... with a lot of illustrations. Edited by Matthew Carson, Michael Lang, Russet Lederman and Olga Yatskevich. Published by "10×10 Photobooks" in association with ICP...
.In stock. First volume in a collection of long-format interviews made by writer, editor and journalist Rémi Coignet with photographers and leading figures of the photography and photobook publishing world. Among other interviews in this volume: Lewis Baltz, JH Engström, Paul Graham, Rob Hornstra, Pieter Hugo, Daido Moriyama, Michael Mack, Mathieu Pernot,...
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96 pages - Softcover Aman Iman Publishing, 2013 New - Mint conditionPublisher's presentation: "Gröna Lund is the reissue of Swedish photographer Anders Petersen’s first book: Grönalund om människör pa ett nöjesfalt, originally published by Fyra Förläggare in Stockholm, 1973. Following Café Lehmitz, this series is also produced in a closed world, one of...