Friday 18th and Sayurday 19th of may 2018

Taught by Enric Montes and Israel Ariño (Ediciones Anómalas)

Aimed at: Photographers, students, and people interested in photography editing who wish to broaden their creative horizons and want to place their efforts on the book as the final object of their photography project.

Objectives: The student will gain the necessary knowledge to convert a photography project into a photobook through the study and analysis of all the aspects related to editing, both at the narrative and conceptual level in addition to the technical and production ones, to make its publishing possible.

Special emphasis is placed on organizing the images for a better reading and understanding of the book content, as well as in the new formats and prevailing dissemination and distribution platforms derived from the current self-publishing boom.

Throughout the workshop numerous examples of photobooks will be shown, which will help to analyze all aspects of the course.

On Saturday there will be a review of projects from those students who so desire.

 

Enric Montes (Barcelona, 1969)

Since 1993 he regularly exhibits his work in different galleries and festivals. Finalist at Photoespaña for the Best Photography Book of the Year Award (2012 and 2010). He has exhibited Prodigios at Kowasa Gallery (2011) and at Mapamundistas Festival in Pamplona (2012), La autoedición expuesta [The self-edition exhibited] in SCAN in Tarragona (2012) and Pasando Página.

As well as El libro como territorio de arte [The book as an art territory] (2013), an exhibition organized by the Department of Culture of the Generalitat of Catalonia.

He is the editor of his own photography books, which are part of the collective exhibition Libros que son fotos, fotos que son libros [Books that are photos, photos that are books] (2014) at the Reina Sofía Art Museum.

He is currently teaching photography at Grisart School and IEFC. He also provides personalized advice and editing services on photobook making.

www.enricmontes.com

 

Israel Ariño (Barcelona, 1974)

Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona. He studied photography in different schools between 1992 and 1998. Since 2001, he has permanently established as a professional in the field of image, sharing his time between teaching, editor work in Ediciones Anómalas and the production of personal works.

His work –present in numerous public and private collections– is regularly exhibited in Spain (Fotòpsia Festival, Mapamundistas Festival, SCAN Tarragona, Arts Santa Mònica …) and particularly in Europe (Musée de l’Elysée, Artothèque de Vitré, Carré Amelot La Rochelle, Carré d’Art Chartres de Bretagne, l’Aparté lieu d’art contemporain, Imagerie de Lannion, etc …).

He is the author of four books, all published by Ediciones Anómalas: Terra Incognita, Atlas, Le nom qui efface la couleur and La gravetat del lloc. His work is represented by the Galerie VU de Paris

www.israelarino.com

 

Date: Friday, May 18 from 10 am to 2 pm and from 4 pm to 8 pm and Saturday, may 19 from 10 am to 2 pmLocation: Biblioteca Can Manyer, Vilassar de Dalt.
C / Miquel Martí i Pol, 6, 08339 Vilassar de Dalt, Barcelona. 937 53 09 52
Price: Reduced price until 1 of may, 150 €, Standard, 170 €. Lunch included on Friday
El Bus C3 from Ronda Universitat 21 (30 min. aprox. to Vilassar de Dalt)

Min. 8 and max. 15 students