Overnight Generation will take part of the exhibition “Beyond Places and Times” at The Library Project in Dublin.
“Beyond Places & Times presents six documentary journeys to places and people living in cities around the world and in between times – oscillating between the past and the present.
Each projects calls for a shifting and adjusting of one’s own viewpoint on the world around us and its photographic documentation, while at the same time projecting our position. Thereby, the relationship between what we see and the tales and stories we imagine along with these photos get twisted. These photographs play with the deprivation of the visible – presenting themselves as fragments, details, deconstructualizations, inspiring the telling of stories alongside the act of seeing. What do I see? And what don’t I see? What do these photos tell me? And what am I telling myself?
The journeys of these photographers test our current position and challenge us to discover new perspectives and new understandings of seeing and the visible.”
“Beyond Places & Times” Exhibition
November 13th – 16th, 2014
Opening: Thursday 13th November 6pm
The Project Library | 4 Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland www.library.photoireland.org
“The photographic essays by eight graduates of the Master in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography from the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London are documentary journeys to people and places in the past, present and future.”
Overnight Generation book will be displayed at CAMeC – Centro Arte Moderna e Contemporanea in La Spezia, Italy as part of the exhibition “READING PHOTOGRAPHS” (“Leggere Fotografie”)
“Reading Photographs, an investigation of the link between photography and the art book. In the digital age, which seems to herald the end of the printed page, we are witnessing a proliferation of art works which combine photography and books, refocusing on the need for art as object. The exhibition, in two sections, points out the passionate aspect of the collection, conservation and propagation of important private collections and in a parallel way directs our attention to the contemporary publishing scene through a selection of self-productions and publications from independent publishers”
OPENING SAT 7 DEC 6 P.M. – 9 P.M.
8 DEC 2013 – 1 JUNE 2014
CAMeC – Centro Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
Piazza Battisti, 1 – La Spezia
from Tuesday to Sunday 11.00 a.m. – 06.00 p.m.
Closed on Monday (except Easter Monday), Christmas and New Year
READING PHOTOGRAPHS Curated by: Francesca Cattoi, Mario Commone, Saul Marcadent Documentary: Elena Mattioli, Flavio Perazzini Digital reproduction of books: Roberto Buratta Corporate image: Marco Cendron Installation: Marta Manini
“Since its conception in 2012, the book has been shortlisted at Kassel Fotobookfestival’s Dummy Award, and was a finalist for the New York Photo Awards, and winner of the Photobook Slam at C/O Berlin.”
“This is the second time the work is shown in London, after its initial appearance in the LCC Nursery Gallery and the Freshfaced+Wildeyed exhibition at the Photographers’ Gallery.”
“Overnight Generation is a personal exploration of the often laborius life of post-war Sarajevo. It is not meat to be a moral admonition or a political indictment; it does not show the misery of the war as other publications on the subject do. This book provides a fascinating view of the young generation of one of the most exciting and at the same time most complex European capitals”
Overnight Generation book will participate in the TOKYO ART BOOK FAIR 2013 on 21-23rd September, and will be subsequently displayed at the HAGI-SO GALLERY in Tokyo on 28th Sep – Oct 13th.
Photo by Yoichi Onoda (zinesmate.org)
TOKYO ART BOOK FAIR 2013
September 21st – 23rd, 2013
Stand of The Book Storage
Kyoto University of Art and Design, GAIEN CAMPUS
1-7-15 Kita-Aoyama, Minato-ku
More details on: www.zinesmate.org
Photo source: hagiso.jp
September 28th – October 14th, 2013
3 Chome-10-25 Yanaka
( Google Map ) www.hagiso.jp
OVERNIGHT GENERATION will be taking part in my MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography’s graduation show NEVER SEEING NOTHING. The exhibition will be part of the ‘Moose on the Loose‘ Biennale of Research organised by London’s University of Arts Photography and Archive Research Centre (PARC).
I will be projecting a Multimedia piece edited by 2013’s World Press Photo Multimedia winner Jose Bautista (from Kanseisounds.com), and will be exhibiting Overnight Generation’s prints and the photobook.
There will be 13 awesome exhibitors in the show and we’ll have an evening PRIVATE VIEW at London College of Communication’s Nursery Gallery.
Overnight Generation photobook is currently exhibited at
(some) new photography in Venice
14 Dec 2012 – 13 Jan 2013
“The Casa dei Tre Oci, the center of contemporary photography in Venice, hosts an exhibition that will be accompanied by a series of publications related to photography: self-productions, artist’s books, publishing projects more or less complex in form and content, selected with the curatorial contribution of Saul Marcadent”
Casa dei Tre Oci
Fondamenta delle Zitelle, 43
30133 Giudecca, Venezia
tel. (+39) 041 24 12 332