Past Events

Thursday 24 February

Join Jess T. Dugan and curator and writer Charlotte Cotton as they disucss Dugan's new book Look at me like you love me. They explore Dugan's unique process of slow collaboration with their sitters, and the absorbing and complex portraits this produces, as well as the meditations on life, love, and loss that percolate through the book.

Thursday 17 February

To mark the thirtieth anniversary of the passing of Luigi Ghirri, we are delighted to present a special screening of The World of Luigi Ghirri (Il Mondo di Luigi Ghirri), a documentary exploring Ghirri's transformative way of seeing the world made by his friend and collaborator Gianni Celati, who died January 2022. 

Thursday 17 February

Join Teju Cole as he speaks to J. Sybylla Smith about his latest book, Golden Apple of the Sun, an intricately layered meditation on food, pain, intimacy, domesticity, history, and aesthetics. They will discuss the still-life tradition which Cole explores and builds upon, as well as the visual and textual strategies that comprise this unique publication.

Thursday 17 March

Join Gerry Johansson from Landskrona Foto, Sweden, as he installs his new solo exhibtion 'Gerry Johansson: The Books', for an introduction for his latest inimitable landscape study, Spanish Summer. Johansson discusses the process of making the work over two trips separated by two decades, and its relation to the many years of meticulous exploration, photography, and book-making celebrated in the exhibition.

Saturday 21 – Sunday 22 May

Join us at ICP Photobook Fest, New York, to explore an exciting range of our new and upcoming titles and celebrate the book form in the company of other wonderful photographers and publishers.

Friday 11 February

To celebrate her new book White Shoes, join Nona Faustine in conversation with writers and book contributors Jessica Lanay, Pamela Sneed, and Seph Rodney. They will explore New York City's once-pivotal involvement in the slave trade, the politics of representation and visibility, and the historical figures who inspired Faustine's own work.

Thursday 27 January

In this event recorded at Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, Alec Soth discuss his new book A Pound of Pictures with writer Rebecca Bengal. They reflect on the emergence of Soth’s new, ruminative book from road trips and poetry readings, as well as the place of images in our day-to-day lives.