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CCNY Conversations Series | The Fourth Annual Zine and Self-Published Photo Book Fair | The Americas | Saturday, August 3 & Sunday, August 4, 2013, 12-6pm
The Camera Club of New York

The Fourth Annual Zine &
Self-Published Photo Book Fair

Zine Fair 2013
sculpture and photograph by Adam Marnie

The Americas:
presenting artists from North, South, & Central America

Organized by Jade Berreau, Lindsey Castillo,
Victoria Gondra, and Erik van der Weijde

Saturday, August 3 & Sunday, August 4, 12-6pm

Special Guest Lecture:
Tony White
Saturday, August 3, 3pm

The Camera Club of New York will host the fourth annual Zine and Self-Published Photo Book Fair, Saturday and Sunday, August 3 and 4, 2013. This year’s theme, The Americas, presents photo books and zines from North, South and Central America. The curators – Jade Berreau, Lindsey Castillo, Victoria Gondra and Erik van der Weijde – each have backgrounds in publishing, with close ties to artists from all over the Americas. They have curated a wide range of work that reflects the region’s great diversity in art and culture. As in past years, all proceeds from the sale of zines and photo books will go directly to the artists or small publishers.

On Saturday, August 3 at 3pm in the CCNY Studio, Tony White will discuss the impact of zines and artists’ publishing in the early 21st century in the United States. White will briefly draw attention to the impact by late 20th century democratic multiple-artists’ books in the USA, and to the paradigm shift in production/distribution opportunities created by the internet and print on demand. Connections to similar publishing practices in the Americas will be highlighted as well, drawing on the diversity and interconnectedness the internet has created for artists’ publishing today, whether in North, Central or South America.

The CCNY Photo Book & Zine Fair has been made possible in part through the generous support of The Tierney Family Foundation.

CCNY Zine and Self-Published Photo Book Fair Contributors include:
Vivi Abelson, Eunice Adorno, Valentina Alvarado, Arts & Sciences Projects, Charles Beronio, Big Sur, A Bolha Editora, Sol Calero, Lindsey Castillo, Cisne Fanzine, Companhia Rapadura, Correspondencia, Parker Davis, Claudia Del Torre, Cheryl Dunn, Ediciones Acapulco, Ezra Eismont, Alyse Emdur, Guilherme Falcao, Casa Fibra, Flanbé, Ryan Foerster, Jill Freedman, Taylor Edward Freeman, Elisa Freitas, Omar Gamez, Andrew Gohlich, Golden Spike Press, Andres Gonzalez, Rene Gonzalez, Curtis Hamilton, Hassla, Lucy Helton, Boo Hooray, Karma, Pierre Le Hors, Cecilia Hurtado, Jimmy Limit, Hannah Madel, Matte Magazine, Sean Maung, Silvino Mendonša, Garrett Miller, Monocromo, Paula Muniz, Caco Neves, Steve Nishimoto, Nowork, Paccarik Orue, Otero, Allegra Pacheco, Packet, Clayton Patterson, Pazmaker, Veronica Peña Garcia, Angeles Peña- I. Parodi, Fernando Pires, Nicolas Pradilla, Santa Rosa, J. Jefferson Ross, Charlie Rubin, Daniel Ruvalcaba, Guilherme Scarano, Bruno Shintate, Dave Shubert, Victor Sira, Caroline Snow, Holly Stanton, Swill Children, Erik van der Weijde, Poppie van Herweden, Sean Vegezzi, Yvonne Venegas, Jerry Vezzuso, Janaina Wagner, Wilde Horses, Grant Willing, Wintergarten, Su Yin Wong, Jason John Würm, and Camille Zurcher.

Organizer & Speaker Bios

Jade Berreau was raised in New York City and has worked in fashion, art, and publishing for the past 15 years. Currently the senior editor of Let’s Panic Magazine, she has also collaborated on and edited zines with a variety of artists.

Lindsey Castillo is an artist and curator based in New York City. Her artworks have been exhibited in New York and Europe. She is currently working on ceramic sculptural pieces, photography zines, and Super-8 films. Lindsey has been curating events for The Camera Club of New York for the past four years. She continues to develop projects that seek to inspire and create new and diverse conversations that pertain to photography and film.

Victoria Gondra is a graphic designer born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and currently living and working in Berlin, Germany. She has been part of the self-publishing business for over 10 years including two years working at Motto Distribution Berlin. You can check her regular zine research a dalmmatin.blogspot.de.

Erik van der Weijde, a native of the Netherlands, studied photography at the Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and completed a two-year residency at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten. In 2004 he founded the publishing label /4478ZINE/ and has since produced over 30 titles. He is represented by Chert Gallery in Berlin and works and lives in Brazil and Europe.

Tony White is the Director of Decker Library, Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. He is a founding board member of the College Book Art Association, and a founder and continuing member of the organizing committee for the Contemporary Artist’s Book Conference held each fall in NYC since 2008. He is the first Field Editor for Artist’s Books and Books for Artists for the College Art Association’s online reviews journal, and served on the editorial board of the Journal of Artist’s Books. He is an independent curator of artists’ books and related publications, and writes and presents frequently on these topics. His MFA is from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and his MLS from Indiana University Bloomington.

CCNY is celebrating over 125 years serving the photographic and art community through this and upcoming exhibitions, lectures, and special events. For more information, contact John Stanley at info@cameraclubny.org or by phone at 212-260-9927.

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