.Last copy, and it is of the English version.
Impish, funny, useful, pertinent, crazy, those are not adjectives that are usually applied to a photobook!
Of course, this How to be.... A Photographer in Four Lessons by Thomas Vanden Driessche is not really a book of photographs (plural), eventhough the series of portraits is great, but it is indeed a book of, and about, Photography (singular, capital-P), that tells the tale of the life of a photographer, in the form of thematic one-page briefs that are all witty and funny :
- How to be : A Contemporary Photographer
- How to be : A Modern Photojournalist
- How to be : A Photographer of the Düsseldorf School
We put a bet on this little notebook as the big success of the end of this year, and beyond...
Please note : This book comes in an English version (the orginal one) and a French version (translated by the artist); please tell us upon ordering which version you wish to receive. Thank you.
48 pages - Softcover closed by a rubber band
André Frère Éditions, 2013
New - Mint condition
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Publisher's presentation : "In early 2012, an old analog photobooth was installed in Brussels, in a cultural center located near the home of Thomas Vanden Driessche, documentary photographer and member of the group « Out Of Focus ». Following in the footsteps of artists like Topor, he decided to use this medium and its constraints to tell stories about...
Presentation by André Frère Editions: "This booklet is the first in a series of twelve that opens up the space for A's journeys, his physical journey through his wanderings, his excesses, his strained progress, his encounters. They will appear over the next five years, at a sustained rhythm. The form, if it can be startling at first, spins the...
Publisher's presentation : "As an extension of the exhibition Anticorps Antoine d’Agata held at Le BAL (January-March 2013), the coordinators of Actes, une présence politique, in collaboration with the photographer, wanted to continue to assert the political dimension – too rarely taken into consideration – the photographic Antoine d’Agata work has, by...
Publisher's presentation : "The images in AiTHŌ were made in 2014 at Villa Don Arcangelo all’Olmo (territorio di Carruba di Riposto), on the slope of the Etna."Texts by Leopoldo Maria Panero & José Águedo Olivares.104 pages - Hardcover André Frère Editions, 2015 (300 copies) *Signed* New - Mit condition