Posted on 16th September 2014
Trolley Books are looking forward to being in Amsterdam for Unseen Photo book fair as part of the Unseen Photo Festival.
The opening night is Wednesday 17th September from 6pm.
On Thursday 18th September we are delighted to have a book signing with Robin Maddock at 2pm at the Trolley stand. He will be signing copies of his books Our Kids Are Going To Hell, God Forgotten Face (bring your own as it’s out of print!) and his recent release III.
See you there!
Opening hours of fair:
Thursday 18 September 12.00 – 20.00
Friday 19 September 12.00 – 22.00
Saturday 20 September 11.00 – 20.00
Sunday 21 September 11.00 – 17.00
OFFICIAL LAUNCH AT ICP MUSEUM STORE
We are delighted to announce the official launch of our long-awaited Dan Budnik book ‘Marching To The Freedom Dream’ on Friday 26th September at the ICP Museum store in New York, 6-7.30pm. This will be a unique opportunity to meet Dan in person and have the book signed. The book itself is an important and beautifully produced publication chronicling three major civil rights marches from 1958-1965.
NEW YORK ART BOOK FAIR
This will be followed by a signing the next day on Saturday 27th September at 5pm at the New York Art Book Fair at PS1 MoMA. Trolley Books have a table in the ‘Focus: Photography’ room. The signing will take place at the Trolley table, so please come and find us!
Look forward to seeing you soon in New York!
Please join us on Thursday 4th September for the launch of a two week photo exhibit in St Pancras International station, London, of Jarret Schecter’s World Off Track images in support of The Denan Project’s 10th anniversary.
Within the concourse of the station, between the Sourced Market area and the East Midlands ticket office, will be 8 freestanding billboards, where commuters will weave in and among landscapes taken of different train vistas around the world, and be invited to reflect on the lives of those in impoverished regions that are aided by the work of The Denan Project.
Exhibition continues until 18th September.
There was the rare opportunity to meet Dan Budnik for a signing of the very first copies of his forthcoming book Marching to the Freedom Dream while he visited London before flying back to Arizona.
Please join us for the soft launch in London of Dan Budnik’s forthcoming book Marching To the Freedom Dream, it will be an opportunity to buy the first copies of the book ahead of its official publication date and meet Dan whilst he is in London.
Thursday 7th August
The Photographers’ Gallery Bookshop, 16-18 Ramillies Street, London. W1F 7LW
Read below the full review of This Is Not A Book About Gavin Turk by Laura Snoad at Grafik Magazine.
“A refreshingly different approach to art criticism and a good read.”