Photoville wrapped up on Sunday, Sep. 29th. Hopefully you made it out and had a look at the galleries. If you didn’t, here’s a list of what you missed and who, I think, you should definitely look out for.
Featuring Linka A Odom
Linka’s photographs were superb and a main attraction at Photoville. Many gathered there at night to see the full effect of this arrangement of light boxes illuminating beautiful images of India.
KEEP ON DREAMING: Elizabeth Kleinveld & Epaul Julien, Henri Senders, Annelies Rigter, Sarah Mei Herman, Roeland Verhallen, Bianca van der Werf
Indie Photobook Library Presents
A Survey of Documentary Styles in Early 21st Century Photobooks
Curated by Larissa Leclair and Darius Himes
I could have spent all day in this make-shift library had I not wanted to explore more of Photoville. My personal favorite book was “Memory Traces” by Cary Markerink
Tamms Year Ten, Solitary Watch, the New York Campaign for Alternatives to Isolated Confinement, and Parsons The New School for Design, with support from the Open Society Foundations Present
PHOTO REQUESTS FROM SOLITARY
A powerful journey into the lives and thoughts of New York and California Inmates. It was touching to see their photo requests answered. One can only imagine their reaction when presented with such a gift.
Did you attend Photoville? If so, please share your favorites and experience in the comments below.