— 10×10 Photobooks

Check out all the great books and photographs posted by our guest-o-grammers!

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photo-eye best book 2015: Ring in the holiday cheer with photobooks by women. As 10×10 started brainstorming on a “Best of List,” we were struck by how many really great photobooks are being made by the bloke-esses (as our British 10×10 colleague would say). Here’s to a Ladies Only list!

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For Photobookstore UK’s Best Photobook List, the 10×10 team picked some of our favorite self-published books of 2015http://tinyurl.com/jabadnf

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Salon at Ken Schles

10×10 Salons are a great way to get together with those who share your love for photobooks! Informal get-togethers with presentations by visiting photobook dignitaries, the salons are ongoing events that meet at various locations throughout NYC.

Interested in attending the next salon? Sign-up for the 10×10 e-mail list. We only publicize salon events via our email list.

Past salons have included presentations by publishers, photographers, curators, librarians, writers, collectors and photobook production experts, including: Bruno Ceschel (SPBH), Ivan Vartanian, Deirdre Lawrence (Brooklyn Museum Library), Arthur Fournier, Eric Miles (photo-eye Auctions), David Solo, the SALVO group (Sander Uitdehaag, Anne Geene and Arjan de Nooy), Witho Worms, Johan Deumens, Hannah Withaker, Sebastiaan Hanekroot (Colour & Books), Yasuhiro Hoki (Super Labo), Yoshi and Tamara Kametani (IPG project), Taco Hidde Bakker, Stephan Keppel, Mariken Wessels, Rein Jelle Terpstra, S_U_N Editions, Anouk Kruithof, VUU Studio and Sean Muang.


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one year for usa calendar 2016

This calendar is a winner! A great stocking stuffer and all for a good cause with proceeds going to Big Brother Big Sister of Mississippi. All for 25 Euros.

How can you miss with images by Saul Leiter, John Gossage, Ed Panar, Ron Jude, Christian Patterson, Hannah Withaker, Christian Patterson, Teri Weifenbach, McNair Evans, and many others!


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Saturday, September 19, 2015 from 3-4pm
ICP-Bard Studios


In 1991 Nick Waplington released the classic photobook Living Room, a project chronicling the lives of two working class families on the Broxtowe Estate, Nottingham (UK) where he had been visiting his grandfather since 1984. This exceptionally insightful work launched Nick into the photo world and he received much critical acclaim, including the ICP Infinity Award for Best Young Photographer in 1993. Now in 2015 Nick has chosen to revisit this material publishing a small edition with Little Big Man entitled “Living Room Work Prints” based upon the contents of a box of work prints used for editing the book in 1989/90. If you would like to find out more about this meaningful work then please join us for an artist talk with the man himself. The book will be available for purchase afterwards.

ICP-Bard Studios
24-20 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101
(2 blocks from the New York Art Book Fair /PS1 MoMA.)

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Opening Reception: Saturday, September 19, 2015 from 6-9pm
ICP-Bard Studios


On view at the ICP-Bard Studios during the New York Art Book Fair at PS1 MoMA, will be two pop-up exhibitions highlighting contemporary Japanese photography and photobooks.

10×10 will present a reading room of photobooks by young Japanese photographers from the past 10 years. The selection will reflect holdings from the International Center of Photography’s vast collection of Japanese photobooks and present an overview of the diverse photographic voices now gaining attention in Japan. Included among the more than 30 photobooks on view will be books by Daisuke Yokota, Shimpei Takeda, Sakiko Nomura, Hiroshi Takizawa and Yusuke Yamatani.

In addition, Daisuke Yokota, an emerging Japanese photographer who received the John Kobal Residency Award at Photo London 2015, will present a selection of abstract color photographs in his first American exhibition organized by Harper’s Books (East Hampton, NY) and Flying Books (Tokyo). Known for his interdisciplinary and energetic approach to art and book making, Yokota is helping to redefine the image in the post-photography era. The Opening for the Yokota show will coincide with Print & Play: Japanese Photobooks.

ICP-Bard Studios
24-20 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101
(2 blocks from the New York Art Book Fair /PS1 MoMA.)

Pop-Up Hours:
Friday, September 18, 12-8pm
Saturday, September 19, 12-9pm
Sunday, September 20, 12-5pm

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Since January 2015, 10×10 Photobooks has been hosting photobook salons at various locations throughout New York City. These informal get-togethers with photobook publishers, photographers, writers and photobook production gurus are a way for the photobook community to meet, view and discuss their shared passion for photobooks over a glass of wine.

To find out about our next salon, please join 10×10’s e-mail list.

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We had fun experimenting with the book jockey format at the ICP Library.
Thank you Yong Hur for videography and editing.

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The public has spoken!
Here are some of your favorite photobooks on a white or grey t-shirt for only $25 plus shipping (unisex sizes: S, M, L, XL).

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Books shown include (from bottom to top):
Alec Soth, Sleeping by the Mississippi
Josef Koudelka, Gypsies
Robert Frank, The Americans
Ed Van Der Elsken, Sweet Life
Kiikuji Kawada, Chizu (The Map)
Masahisa Fukase, Karasu (Ravens)
William Klein, Life is Good & Good For You in New York
Takuma Nakahira, For a Language To Come
Nan Goldin, The Ballad of Sexual Dependency
Nobuyoshi Araki, Sentimental Journey
Christian Patterson, Redheaded Peckerwood
Miyako Ishiuchi, Yokosuka Story
Daido Moriyama, Bye-Bye Photography
favorite photobooks

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Thank you to all the Japanese zine makers for making 10×10’s Shashin Zine Fest such a success!


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