Friday, 15 May 2020
Milan 6pm / London 5pm / NYC 12 noon / Los Angeles 9am / Shanghai 12 midnight
Live on Zoom
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Publisher and educator Bruno Ceschel will guide participants through the complex process of taking a photographic project and editing it into a sequence suitable for a book. He will use case studies of publications he has edited including Fire in Cairo by Matthew Connors, Dalston Anatomyby Lorenzo Vitturi, and A Rock is a River by Maya Rochat. In each case, Ceschel will unveil the process and decisions that were needed to bring these award-winning titles to life.
Using ideas taken from cinematic narrative construction, Ceschel will also look at linear and nonlinear approaches to building a narrative across different genres of photobooks.
This masterclass is an opportunity to gain an insight into the key tasks that go into creating a great photobook.
Bruno Ceschel is the founder and director of Self Publish, Be Happy and a visiting lecturer at Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London, and École cantonale d’art de Lausanne (ECAL). His most recent book Self Publish, Be Happy: A DIY PhotobookManual and Manifesto was published by Aperture in 2015. He founded Self Publish, Be Happy in 2010, and has since organized events at leading arts institutions including Tate Modern (UK), Kunsthal Charlottenborg (Denmark), MoMA PS1 (US) and the National Gallery of Victoria (Australia), and published books by Lucas Blalock, Carmen Winant, Lorenzo Vitturi, and many more. Ceschel lectures and gives workshops internationally, and also consults for leading companies interested in contemporary photography.
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