LINK TO PHOTO 2021 Website
THE BIGGEST THING IN PHOTOBOOKS IN THE ANTIPODES IN 2021
(February 28&29, 2021)
Note: Links on this page will not be active – visit the PHOTO 2021 WEBSITE more information and to book events
To celebrate photobooks and to bring together Queensland authors, designers and self-publishers we have formed a group called THE QUEENSLAND PHOTOBOOK CONSORTIA.
The Queensland Photobook Consortia is a group of photobook and artists’ book makers and self-publishers from Queensland who, through their publishing projects, provide comment on contemporary issues relating to life and times, not only of their home state Queensland but also Australia and the rest of the world.
The group has recently made a submission to have an stallholder’s table at the NGV Melbourne Art Book Fair in March 2019 to enable this group of artists to share their creativity and visual stories. In our proposal we sought to showcase this group of contemporary emerging and established Queensland practitioners and their latest works.
WE WERE SUCCESSFUL….!
Got the news on the 21st of December
BLURB FROM THE NGV
About the Melbourne Art Book Fair
Melbourne Art Book Fair returns for its fifth year in 2019. Since the event began, the publishing and broader creative landscape has undergone many shifts. MABF 2019 asks: what is publishing now? What is encompassed by the term and how can publishing bring about positive change on multiple fronts?
Featuring diverse emerging and established local and international publishers, artists and writers, Melbourne Art Book Fair 2019 presents a four-day program of ideas, discussions and book launches at the National Gallery of Victoria. The 2019 program explores ideas around experimental and discursive publishing, challenging how we think about the publishing field. Guests ask the question: what can books do? How might the form change? How might publishing provoke and influence other creative and social phenomena such as fashion diffusion lines, capsule collections, event spaces, activist movements and community development?