Photobooks for PARIS 2022
In the category 'Photo Books for Paris 2022' you will find a current compilation of the books that I will take with me to Paris, to the POLYCOPIES Photo Book Event 2022, which takes place parallel to the Paris Photo. These are new releases, some of which will be on display for the first time, as well as international classics and rarities - display copies, original packaged titles and signed photo books.
This annual get-together of international publishers, photographers as well as photo book professionals takes place on a boat, the Bataeu Concorde, anchored opposite the Louvre, on the Musée D'Orsay side.
This place is characterized by an informal atmosphere in the midst of many new publications, some of which mur appear in small editions and are often already quickly sold out. Also, the publishers and photographers often come from far away, so that only here is the compact opportunity for exchange and information.
In addition to the booths, culinary delights and a beautiful view are offered on the boat's terrace. In the belly of the boat there is a well-equipped bar with cold as well as hot drinks at (relatively) low prices untypical for Paris.
Café Lehmitz Photobooks
Café Lehmitz Photobooks is located on the terrace, where you can browse or have your book signed and/or dedicated on the occasion of a book signing. An unforgettable moment, which you will see every time you open the book you have bought, is guaranteed!
This year's book signing sessions with Regina ANZENBERGER, Herman VAN DEN BOOM, Andrea DIEFENBACH, Nina KORHONEN, Olaf UNVERZART as well as photographers to be added will take place from Thursday to Saturday, as follows:
Thu, Nov 10, 3pm: Herman VAN DEN BOOM, '101 Movies. A Survey of American Drive-in Thetres 1976' + 'Luchtwachttorens in Nederland'
Fri., Nov. 11, 4 p.m.: Regina Maria ANZENBERGER, 'Under The Apple Tree' + 'Roots & Bonds' (2nd edition)
Fri., Nov. 11, 6 p.m.: Andrea DIEFENBACH, 'Realitatea: about Moldova'
Sat., Nov. 12, 3 p.m.: Nina KORHONEN, 'Handmade'
Sat., Nov. 12, 6 p.m.: Olaf UNVERZART, 'Walking Distance'