EXHIBITION • 23 SEPT. > 14 OCT. • La Cambuse by Martin Gallone • Festival L’Image Satellite, Nice

I’m so proud and delighted to share this news with you! As part of the L’Image Satellite contemporary photography festival in Nice, the photographer Martin Gallone will be exhibiting his project La Cambuse, published by Macaronibook in 2022, at the GALERIE MERCRED/SAMED/.

Opening on Saturday 23 September 15:30 > 17:00 – Exhibition on view from 23 September to 14 October 2023 on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 14:00 > 18:00 – 18 rue Droite – 06300 Nice

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We’re delighted to announce that Macaronibook will be taking part in the Arles Book Fair organised by France Photobook at the Ecole Supérieure de la Photographie during the opening week of Rencontres d’Arles, on Tuesday 4, Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 July from 13:00 to 19:30. We look forward to seeing you in Arles !

Very excited and proud to share this wonderful news with you! My friend and talented artist Alaa Mansour is the winner of the 1st Photo Book Award from The Eyes • The Eyes Wide Open with the support of the SAIF of the Ministry of Culture for her photobook Aïnata that we will publish with Macaronibook !

” Aïnata is a place, the village of my parents, and the territory of my childhood located in the south of Lebanon. Aïnata is the story of 25 years of Israeli occupation and multiple wars and offensives. It is also the story of multiple resistances and a dream of liberation.” Aïnata is initially a film project made by two hands between the end of 2011 and the beginning of 2012 and is part of a history of occupation, resistance, wars and transnational struggles that never cease to generate unfulfilled memories. It is not a question of making a book about the film, but of extending the very space of the film to the book. Like a rhizome, it is a question of mapping within the book the different strata – visual and textual – that make up the body of Aïnata, of giving an account of the multiplicity of forms of memory and of the discourse of and on History.

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I’m delighted to share Frederic Martin’s accurate, sensitive and political words in 9lives Magazine about the book Immigrazione violenza dell’anima by Camille Carbonaro published by Macaronibook.

“And on each page of this book, in the form of interconnected fragments, this question: who am I when I am no longer at home ? And what is home now ? (…) Composed of small leaflets, inserts, it resembles a patient embroidery around the questions of identity, reconstruction, the position of the immigrant. Each page takes us into a fragmented territory, sometimes uncultivated, like so many detours, loops of the soul. Immigrazione violenza dell’anima is a multiple, complex book, as are the stories it evokes.”

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I am very happy to be a portfolio reader at Circulation(s) Festival on Saturday 1st April from 14:00 to 18:00. Registration is online – 10euros for 20 min of presentation and exchange with professionals of your choice to be guided in your artistic practice and to have constructive opinions on your work. – +

I’m pleased to participate to Marché de l’Image Imprimée: Mauvais Caractère Bonne Résolution by Icescreen in Brussels surrounded by great artists ! Opening 2th december from17:00 to 21:00 + 3 & 4 from 11:00 to 20:00 at Smart. Free event +

72, Rue des Coenraets, 1060, Saint-Gilles

Our books’ll be on sale in Les Petits Formats organised by the Arthotèque Wolubilis at La Médiatine in Brussels on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 December 2022 from 14:00 to 18:00 surrounded by 50 wonderful artists. I will present the White Whale Collection published by Macaronibook on Saturday 3 from 14:00 to 15:00 in the presence of the photographer Erell Hemmer who will talk about her book ‘Why am I unable to go to my father’s grave? published by Macaronibook.

La Médiatine, 1 Allée Pierre Levie, 1200 Bruxelles +

Very happy and proud to announce that the photographer Erell Hemmer’ll be signing her book Why am I unable to visit my father’s grave? published by Macaronibook at the TIPIBOOKSHOP’s table on Saturday 12 November from 16:00 to 17:00 on the POLYCOPIES boat during PARIS PHOTO. +

I’m delighted and proud to share the fair and sensitive words of journalist Fabien Ribery about Erell Hemmer’s book Why am I unable to visit my father’s grave? published by Macaronibook.

“One may not be able to visit the grave of a loved one, but succeed in constructing for him, in an artistic form, a superb tomb. From the slides of her father, François Hemmer, and from personal images, his daughter has imagined, in collaboration with Camille Carbonaro, a book made of white spaces and long silences.”

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Proud and happy to share the article by curator Carine Dolek in REPONSES PHOTO about La Cambuse by Martin Gallone published by Macaronibook.

“With a rare sensitivity and quality, “La Cambuse” by Martin Gallone brings together archives and interviews about a lost father, a luminous and borderline partygoer restaurateur.”

Read the article in french here +


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