Trolley’s recent publication Scarti by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin was selected by a panel of 30 prominent photography personalities as one of the best photobooks of 2013. The survey of 25 books is published by Photoeye and we are really happy to be included in such a great selection. Click the image below to see the full list.
Archive for December 2013
Rather than making a list of his own, Mark Murrmann of non-profit news organisation, Mother Jones, asked 15 contributing photographers for their pick of the Best Photobook of 2013. Collectively, there are almost two dozen titles, of which recent Trolley Book publication SCARTI by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin appears first on the list chosen by Trolley author of Purple Hearts and Homeland, Nina Berman.
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Trolley Books has a spot in Fishbar Photo Market 3 with copies of recent release SCARTI by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin as well as the popular Taliban by Thomas Dworzak, Official Portraits by Klaus Zwangsleitner, The Hardy Tree by Iphgenia Baal, Hide That Can by Deirdre O’Callaghan, God Forgotten Face by Robin Maddock, Our Kids Are Going To Hell by Robin Maddock, Buffalo – Ray Petri by Mitzi Lorenz and Ray Petri and Zona by Carl De Keyzer.
Limited editions, rare and out of print publications are also available including Daughters by Margaret M de Lange, Ghetto Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, God Forgotten Face by Robin Maddock, Our Kids Are Going To Hell by Robin Maddock and You Love Life by Nick Waplington.
Be sure to read this month’s British Journal Of Photography that features Trolley Books in an interview with director, Hannah Watson, in the COOL & NOTEWORTHY section. The piece looks back at Trolley Books’ past, and forwards towards its continuation of creating a ‘heady mix of photography, literature, pop culture and visual arts’ in the world of book publishing.
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Peregrine Magazine is an inspiring travel website that looks towards the philosophy behind the modern day traveller through features, photography and blogs.
Jarret Schecter’s ‘World Off Track’ is his ninth Trolley Books publication. Others include, A Journey In Sight, America Off Track, Anonymity, Displaced in Denan, Hermanovce, Katrina – Personal Objects, Russia Off Track and Stalking Paris.
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Trolley Books and Iphgenia Baal feature in the Strummerville Show’s fundraising gift shop with copies of Zoltar, Trolleyology and Gentle Art. The event takes place later this month, 14-22nd December 11am to 7pm each day.
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This month’s issue of Maxim Italy, Mara Cavedon publishes a six-page tribute to Gigi and Trolley Books featuring interviews with Trolley people including gallerist Guido Costa, photographer Alex Majoli, Gigi’s girlfriend Masumi Rioja, Grafiche Antiga printer Ubaldo Soso, designers of Fruitmachine Martin Bell and Wai Hung Young, and Trolley partner Hannah Watson.
Make sure you get your hands on a copy!