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Endless Book Club

Tate Modern, London

19 May 2017

Self Publish, Be Happy is excited to present Endless Book Club at Tate Modern from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st May during Offprint London.

We will hold three days of public programming in conjunction with local book clubs and other organisations: from the Feminist Library, to the Institute of Psychoanalysis, to Hands Off our Revolution and beyond.

Endless Book Club is a large and socially diverse literary conversation, an open forum for the exchange of ideas, and a participatory performance for visitors and book-lovers alike in a welcoming arena setting.

Friday 19th May

7 to 7.45pm
The book club ‘Woman in Photography’ discusses Girl on Girl: Art and Photography in the Age of the Female Gaze by Charlotte Jansen (Laurence King 2017)

8 to 8.45pm
‘Shonagh’s Book Club’ discusses Wako Book 5 by Wolfgang Tillmans (Wako Works of Art 2014)

 

Saturday 20th May

4 to 4.45pm
The book club ‘Feminist Library’ discusses Women in Motion by Whitney Hubbs (Hesse Press 2017)

5 to 5.45pm
The book club
‘The Royal College of Art MA Photography’ discusses Incoming by Richard Mosse (Mack Books 2017)

6 to 6.45pm
‘The Book Club With No Name’ discusses Kenzo Folio (Kenzo 2017)

7 to 7.45pm
The collective ‘Hands Off our Revolution’ discusses Can Jokes Bring Down Governments? by Metahaven (Strelka Press 2017)

 

Sunday 21st May

2 to 2.45pm
‘The Institute of Psychoanalysis Book Club’ is discussing My All by Sophie Calle (Actes Sud 2016)

3 to 3.45pm
‘Bo’s Book Club’ discusses Tell Them I Said No by Martin Herbert (Sternberg Press 2016)

4 to 4.45pm
The collective ‘Sunday Funday’ responds to Harrodsburg by Dougie Wallace (Dewi Lewis Publishing 2016)

Turbine’s Hall, Tate Modern, London UK
Free Entry

 

Space designed by M–L–XL with the support of Forterra

Endless Book Club is a collaboration between Self Publish, Be Happy and Tate, on the occasion of Offprint London, which is supported by LUMA Foundation.

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