Louisa Buck comments of the farewell of Trolley founder Gigi Giunnuzzi in Shoreditch and his great and worthwhile career.
BOOK EVENTS Posted on 20th February 2013
A great review for Trolley 2011 release, Delta Nigeria: The Rape of Paradise in Spanish magazine Mundo negro.
Images from Nicolas Righetti’s Trolley Book ‘Yes To A Rosy Future’ are being exhibited as part of the Power! Photos! Freedom! exhibition at the Fotomuseum, Antwerp. The exhibition is dedicated to the power of photography in response to recent events in the Arab world. The group show includes work from Libya, Egypt and Tunisia.
The Musée Nicéphore Niépce is showing a collection of photographs from the historic photographic career of Stanley Greene. The photos being shown will include those from his Trolley Book ‘Open Wound’, the French translation of the book is on sale at the Museum shop.
Alex Majoli will be signing copies of his second Trolley book Libera Me at Galleria Argentica, Ravenna on Sunday 17th February at 6pm.
If you missed the hugely successful multi-media exhibition at the Londonewcastle Space, Shoreditch, celebrating ten years of Trolley Books then you can get a sense of what all the fuss was about with our new virtual tour. Click here to have a look.
Chris Salewicz writes a moving piece about Gigi’s life in today’s Independent. The obituary can also be read online here.
We open our archive of personal pictures from the Trolley archive to Dazed and Confused. The images are matched with some personal recollections of Trolley co-director Hannah Watson. Read the full article here.
On Thursday 17th January 2013, Trolley Books threw a party for the launch of the TROLLEYOLOGY Exhibition celebrating ten years of publishing. Thank you to everyone that joined us and if you have not yet seen the exhibition it is open at the Londonewcastle Space, 28 Redchurch Street E2 7DP, Thursday and Friday 4-8pm, Saturday and Sunday 11-8pm until the 27th January.
As a long term supporter of Magnum photographers, Gigi Giannuzzi will always be a central figure for many of those who lives he touched. Read the wonder full words and collection of images they have dedicated to him here.