Photobook Fair 2019

New for this year, we spotlight independent, non-mainstream, grassroots and self-published photobooks and zines, as well as newly published work and rare publications. A free programme of events runs throughout the day with talks, book launches, a flash auction and networking opportunities.


Photobook Fair Events


11.00am to 12.00pm

Free, booking required, 10 places available.

Bring along your dummy photobook, work in progress or your photobook idea at this informal networking event. Share with other artists and our curatorial team.

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Photography for Whom? with Anthony Luvera

12.15pm to 12.45pm

Free, booking advised.

Editor Anthony Luvera will talk about how the journal is bringing writing and practice from the community photography movement of the 1970’s and 1980’s back into circulation.

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Book Launch and Signing: Photography and War by Pippa Oldfield

1.00pm to 1.30pm

Free, booking advised.

Pippa Oldfield will talk about her new book Photography and War (Reaktion Books), in which she proposes a radically expanded notion of war photography.

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Artist Talk and Signing: Christopher Nunn

3.00pm to 3.45pm

Free, booking advised.

Hear exhibiting artist Christopher Nunn discuss his work in Borderland: Stories from Donbas and join in the Q&A afterwards.

At 3.45pm join us to celebrate the launch of Chris’ newspaper, co-published by Impressions Gallery and Essarter Éditions. Get your copy signed!

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Photobook Social

4.00pm to 4.30pm

Free, drop in.

Round up the day with a drink and discuss your purchase at this social event.


Roll up! Roll up! Tombola

Back by popular demand we will have our fabulous tombola with lots of photo goodies to be won throughout the day.


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You’ll also have the chance to see the exhibition Borderland: Stories from Donbas, the first major solo show by award-winning photographer Christopher Nunn.