Sara Sallam (NL)

As an artist, designer, and self-publisher, I have worked on a number of book-projects since 2013.

I am interested in collaborating with other artists and photographers as a designer and book-binder. I’m skilled in developing book concepts and designing not only the book’s layout but also its form as a physical object.

I am passionate about bookbinding, and always seek to incorporate a technique that matches the project as a whole.

T&G Publishing, Gianni Frinzi (IT)

Creating a Dialogue With Photographers.

Australian-based award-winning T&G Publishing specializes in establishing a creative dialogue with the acclaimed photographers they publish. Using the finest design and most advanced printing practices, T&G are committed to showcasing elite photographic art.
As a measure of the global recognition of the quality of T&G’s creative publishing of photography, Australian artist Max Pam’s “Atlas Monographs” was awarded the Best Photographic Book of the Year, International Category prize at the 2010 PHotoEspaña International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts, in Madrid, Spain.

All T&G photographic books reflect the close collaboration we establish with the artist, whose body of work is presented in our books. We believe this relationship is vital in ensuring that whatever books we publish echo faithfully the photographer’s vision.

Australian & New Zealand Photobook Awards, Libby Jeffery (AU)

The Australia & New Zealand Photobook Award hosted by Momento Pro, celebrates excellence, originality and ‘fitness for purpose’ in photo book creation, while the cash and print prizes help local artists produce publications and progress their photographic career.

Since 2011 prizes valued at $137,000 have been distributed to 155 finalists whose work has been showcased in a travellng exhibition and print catalogues that are distributed to photo book communities, critics, and media across the world.

Kamikaze Publicações, Daniel Marques (BR)

Kamikaze Publications is an independent publisher created in 2013 by photographer and visual artist Daniel Marques, who has published his photo zines since 2010.

The label produces: photozines, photobooks, zines, artist books, art editions, using a variety of media, laser prints, inkjet, xerox, collages.

The artist has long research on the photographic image, especially in the urban context, as well as in manual binding, and also with analog and alternative image printing processes. Publications are released in limited editions, numbered and signed.

Claude Somot (FR)

I am a French photographer born in 1983 currently based in Metz.
My photographic work was born at the same time as my studies in foreign languages ​​and during many trips. Self-taught, I have been passionate about this medium since my adolescence.

Working mainly in film, he refuses immediacy and comfort during my travels trying to immerse oneself in the heart of the experience ; my photographs then becoming the result: a language built in wandering.
My work follows a consistent thread, often to places where the state has retreated for reasons political or / and economic reasons, places where humans regain their rights by reclaiming space and creating strong bonds.

When not traveling, I work with children or young adults, carrying out workshops, using photography as a means of expression.

My work is linked to people, exile, migration and storytelling.

I am currently doing a project on my origins and really want it to have a book form.

Dispara, Tono Arias (ES)

Dispara is a meeting point for people interested in photography, where we aim to make progress in this currently so banal field of image through education and training.

It is also a physical and online bookstore, an art gallery, and we offer services in large format digital printing, laboratory and digitalization of files, monitoring and assistance in the development of author projects, as well as the organization of events related to photography.

In these times of confusion and uncertainty, we also want the web and the gallery to become a space for debate and reflection on the form and use of images, which will enrich the current panorama of culture and therefore of photography.

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