BOOK EVENTS Posted on 6th May 2014
On Saturday 3rd May Trolley will be at M Dash Art Book Fair at Stour Space in Hackney, London with a host of other great publishers. We will be sharing a table with Morel Books. Come by for signed copies of Scarti by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin and Robin Maddock’s new book III.
7 Roach Road,
London, E3 2PA
The Eyes photography magazine has added an exciting new feature to its iphone app, the ability to hover over books featured in the magazine and flick through them. We had a go with Scarti!
M.S. on M.S. Mirage, Smuggler, Don’t Be So, and Shopping List from Paul Fryer’s’Don’t be So’ have been featured on online magazine and reading club, Slow Words. All poems are also twinned with the original Damien Hirst images from the book, click here for a closer look.
Philip Jones Griffiths’ current ‘Recollections’ exhibition at the MAMM has been featured in L’oeil de la Photographie as part of a selection of documentary works focussing on Britain for the Moscow Photobiennale 2014. Click on here to read the full article.
‘Recollections’ Philip Jones Griffiths’ exhibition of photographs of Britain from the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Renowned as the foremost photographer of the Viet Nam conflict, Recollections presents work much closer to home. From coal miners in Wales, the Beatles in Liverpool to soldiers in Northern Ireland and anti-war protests on the streets of London. The exhibition is also accompanied by the 2008 Trolley publication, Recollections.
Trolley’s latest release ‘III’ by Robin Maddock has been featured on photography blog L’oeil de la photographie. Click here to read the full feature and see a slide show of selected images.
We are very excited to announce that Robin Maddock’s first two Trolley books ‘Our Kids Are Going To Hell’ and ‘God Forgotten Face’ have been included in Martin Parr and Gerry Badger’s seminal anthology Photobook: A History Vol. III. It brings the history of the photobook up to date, with specific exploration of postwar and contemporary examples. It covers key themes including the globalisation of photographic culture, the personalisation of photobooks, the self-publishing boom and the new ‘layered’ photobook approach. This also coincides with Maddock’s recent publication of his third Trolley Book, ‘III” a collection of black-and-white photographs of interventions on the streets of London, New York and San Francisco.
Following their exhibition at TJ Boulting, Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin’s original Scarti will be included as part of their upcoming retrospective at FotoMuseum Antwerp. The limited edition Scarti book is still available to purchase from our website, click here for more information.
The exhibition runs, 21 March until 08 June.
Robin Maddock’s recently released third Trolley Book ‘III’ featured in last Saturday’s Snapshot section of the FT Weekend. It is also accompanied by an online slideshow. To get more information on ‘III’ click here.