Video Fridays: PhotoBook Club
Photobook devotees will be interested to hear that Aperture has launched a PhotoBook Club, “bringing together a constellation of emerging and established artists and individuals engaged with photobook-making for conversations that will inform and inspire photo-loving audiences around the world.”
Hosted by Aperture’s executive director, Sarah Meister, the Aperture PhotoBook Club will be filmed and streamed live from her apartment in New York City. Each event will include a panel of speakers, moderated by Meister, diving into a featured photobook, published either by Aperture or another press. The first three episodes will feature: Zora J. Murff’s True Colors (or, Affirmations in a Crisis) (Aperture, 2020) in March; Hello Future by Farah Al Qasimi (Capricious, 2021) in April; and American Silence: The Photographs of Robert Adams (National Gallery of Art/Aperture, 2021) in May.
Check out a one-minute introduction below.