Pavlo Dorohoi (UA)

I really love the photobook as a form. Like a medium. The book can be an exhibition. It can give the project new facets and meanings. My first book, Diary 1937, received a positive response at several European fairs and festivals. I really want to create interesting books in which the form will complement and reveal the content.

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.

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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