Edition limitée de trois affiches risographiées produites exclusivement pour LE BAL à l'occasion du lancement du livre "Photographs" à Paris. Edition de 100. Poster n°1 : Titre bleu. Poster n°2 : Titre rouge. Poster n°3 : Titre jaune.
Anne-Sophie Guillet has created this series of thirty-four photographs of androgynous-looking young people between 2013 to 2018. Most often chance encounters in her daily routine, these young people attracted Guillet’s attention with their way of seemingly escaping the binary, normative model of man/woman.
More than 100 photographs of vandalized car wrecks pass through in Björn Larsson’s new book with the subtitle “Joyrides, Car Fires and Places of Slaughter”. Abandoned, they stand in the middle of the city or on solitary country roads, handed over to spare parts pickers and as relics of an industrial era in transformation.
Following her previous book When I Was a Boy, Katrien De Blauwer (b. 1969, Belgian) continues to explore her medium of « photography without a camera » in the monograph Why I Hate Cars, published by LibraryMan in an edition of 1000.
Published by Loose Joints, british photographer Jack Davison makes pictures like a painter paints, using intuition and instinct to craft photographs that excavate the surreal and sensual from the fabric of daily life. His book Photographs will be launched June 5th at LE BAL. A special edition of 3 posters will be available only for the night of the event.
Congregation by Sophie Green is a celebration of Southwark’s Aladura Spiritualist African churches and congregations. Often referred to as “white garment” churches, Green’s images engage with rarely-documented dynamic communities who unite each weekend for Sunday service.
Five years ago, Antoinette Nausikaä decided she wanted to observe mountains. In the middle of her frantic urban life she developed a need for stillness and solitude and travelled to eight ancient mountains in Europe and Asia, each one of them a sacred icon, around which she lived and worked.
Published by ROMA, Erik Van Der Weijde's new fanzine presents a series of photographs of Bollenveld, a futuristic housing project by Dutch architect Dries Kreijkamp, situated in a residential area of 's-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands and still in use today as social housing projects. Signed.