Presentation by Spector Books:
" In the last ten years, the Dutch photographer Erik van der Weijde has been responsible for over fifty publications: these include not only slim photozines and simply produced brochures but also voluminous cloth-bound books — many of them distributed via his own publishing house 4478ZINE.
This Is Not My Book provides for the first time an overview of his work, which constitutes one of the most important artistic positions at the interface between photography and independent publishing. The book uses large-format representations to show the lines of connection between the individual publications. It also contains van der Weijde’s 4478ZINE publishing manifesto and other texts as well as five conversations with the publishers Anne König and Jan Wenzel. This Is Not My Book indicates a full stop, an act of punctuation set down by the author with his published work. "
Texts in English only.
140 pages - Softcover
Spector Books, 2017
Format : 23 x 32.5 cm
New - Mint condition
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Publisher's presentation: "Four white walls that enclose a tropical garden set the limits for this carefully directed view that Van der Weijde offers us into his Home is where the Dog is..."We are also offering the numbered edition with a silkscreen (please see the "Suggestions" tab).160 pages - Softcover 4478ZINE, 2014 *Signed* New - Mint condition
Publisher's presentation: "Four white walls that enclose a tropical garden set the limits for this carefully directed view that Van der Weijde offers us into his Home is where the Dog is..."We are offering here the version of this book that includes a silkscreen; you currently still have the choice between the two diffrent ones produced. Please see the...
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