10×10 Japanese Photobooks Reading Room – September 28-30 from 3-9 PM

Please join us this evening from 7 – 9 PM at the opening reception  for the 10×10 Japanese Photobooks Reading Room.

ICP – Bard MFA Studio Space
24-20 Jackson Avenue, 3rd Floor, Long Island City
(Across the street from MoMA PS1 and the New York Art Book Fair)

Friday, September 28 through Sunday, September 30, 2012 from 3 to 9 pm
Opening reception: Friday, September 28 from 7 to 9 pm.

10 specialists select 10 books each for a pop-up reading room of 100 Japanese photobooks that coincides with the New York Art Book Fair.

Dan Abbe and Andrew Thorn / PH
Tomoka Aya / The Third Gallery Aya
Ferdinand Brueggemann / Galerie Priska Pasquer
Atsushi Fujiwara / Asphalt Magazine
Yasunori Hoki / Super Labo
Akio Nagasawa / BLD Gallery
Christopher Phillips and Deirdre Donohue / International Center of Photography
Yoko Sawada / Osiris
Kunihiro Takahashi / Tosei sha
Ivan Vartanian / Goliga

Visit 10×10 online at Photolia for an additional resource of 100 Japanese Photobooks selected by 10 bloggers and online specialists.

Download a list of all photobooks included in both the 10×10 Reading Room and 10×10 Online.

10×10 Japanese Photobooks (Reading Room and Online) is organized by Olga Yatskevich, Matthew Carson and Russet Lederman.
 
Installation, research and photography support provided by Liz Sales, Flore-Adèle Gau, Ashley McNelis, Jeff Gutterman, Cian O ‘Donaghue and Mathieu Asselin.
 

10x10 Japanese Photobooks Reading Room

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About Russet Lederman

Russet Lederman is a media artist, researcher, and Japanese photobook collector who lives in New York City. She has taught media art theory and practice at Pratt Institute, Parsons The New School for Design and is currently a faculty member in the MFA Art Criticism & Writing program and MFA Computer Art department at the School of Visual Arts, New York City. Lederman has received awards and grants from Prix Ars Electronica and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
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