Trolley friend Sebastiano Petrilli has renovated a beautiful villa south of Naples, ‘San Fantino’, which he runs as a B&B or to rent as a whole. Sebastiano is an amazing chef and does all the food, lots of locally sourced treats. He also teaches Italian cookery courses, runs a yoga retreat and also has a small Trolley library! For more information click here.
Archive for February 2014
From 6.30-10pm at the Royal Academy Friday Night Lates Ian Giles will be presenting his Clay Meditation performance for a multi-sensory experience.
Throughout the Sensing Spaces exhibition you can expect everything from edible sandcastles and rocks to crowd-sourced poetry, a roaming violinist and tubist, walks that quite literally ask you to follow your nose, a breath-taking suspended ceiling of white tulips and more live performance art. Unfortunately it is now sold out but Royal Academy members enter for free.
Trolley’s very own Hannah Watson gives Photo Eye her pick for book of the week, The Pigs by Carlos Spottorno published by RM & Phree. We especially love that trolleys feature!
‘Scarti’ Trolley’s new book by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin has been reviewed on Polish photo blog Fotopolis. Click HERE to read the review in full (and in Polish…)
Trolley’s new book Scarti was featured in The Sunday Telegraph’s 7 section.
Images from Trolley’s new publication Scarti by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin have been featured on The Telegraph online. To access the gallery and website click here. The images are also currently on display at TJ Boulting, 59 Riding House Street, W1W 7EG until March 8th.
Creative online magazine, Emaho Magazine, reviews the recent Trolley Books publication ‘Zoltar The Magnificent’ by Dan Macmillan and Kieron Livingstone. The whole review can be read and website accessed by clicking on the image
To read the whole feature, click on the image
Kai Behrmann of online photography magazine ‘Top Photography Films‘ reviews recent Trolley Books publication ‘Scarti’ by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin. Includes an interview about the story and processes behind the making of the book.
To read the whole feature click on the image