''The no-title book'' (Bike Kill)

@ Glassberg, Julie



Presentation by Ceiba :

"Julie’s photographs are divine because they are shot from her burning heart on fire by being there. She was in the thick of it. And with the bikers as one of them she shows us something real, not fabricated, about the human condition. What is. Not what is made up. [The book] is a reflection in full measure, of Julie’s personal convictions.

             -- Donna Ferrato"

As a reminder of the inner tubes, the cover of the book is made of rubber, and a small note on the book's wrapping indicates : "Hello! Thank you for having me! :-) I am quite stinky (but with time I'll lose that a bit), and I'm a tad dirty (this will get worse over time I fear), and since I'm mostly handmade, I'm not 100% perfect. I hope you'll be happy with me just because of all this!".

We are offering two copies of the trade edition of this book.

158 pages - Softcover

Ceiba , 2018

Format : 17 x 22 cm


New - Mint condition

Glassberg, Julie

Julie Glassberg is a French photographer who initially studied graphic design and trained in photography at the ICP in New York. Her work has been published in many newspapers and magazines, especially in the United States (NY Times, Wall Street Journal) and France (Le Monde, L'Equipe). She has received many grants and awards: Getty Images Grant, POYi Award, IPA Award, etc. In 2018, she publishes her first book with CEIBA: Bike Kill about the bik culture and the jousting organized among the members of the "Black Label Bike Club", a club created in Minneapolis in 1992 with chapters in cities nationwide in the US. © Portrait by Rami Hanafi taken from the artist's website
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