Ways of Seeing: GREEN

Bell House, Dulwich: 14/15, 21/22 May 2022

Our books and their insert prints are currently on display in Dulwich as part of this wonderful group show exploring the meaning of ‘green’ to coincide with the 50th anniversary of John Berger’s iconic television series Ways of Seeing. Berger encouraged us to look at the world differently and to consider how meaning and ideology are conveyed through visual media.

Scale & Substance: Tamsin Green in Conversation with Sid Motion and Dafna Talmor

Photofusion Gallery, London: 31 March 2022, (6.30pm)

An artist talk on occasion of the exhibition and publication Scale & Substance. The conversation explores representations of landscape, process, construction, working with scale, and the relationship between text and image within each of the artist's practices.

The transcription can be read here.
The audio recording can be listened to here.

Victoria & Albert Museum - book acquisition

Scale & Substance by Tamsin Green has been acquired by the V&A to join the National Art Library. The book will be available to view by the public at their reading rooms in South Kensington. 

The book joins our first publication this is how the earth must see itself, and Tamsin’s first book, Born of the Purest Parents.

The Photobook Ecosystem Talk

Online: 26 April 2022, (6pm BST)

Co-presented by spp network and 10x10 Photobooks

A panel discussion with Loose Joints — Lewis Chaplin & Sarah Piegay Espenon, Catriona Gourlay (NAL, V&A), Paul John (Jan van Eyck Academie, Endless Editions) and Tamsin Green (manual.editions, SPP Network). Moderated by Amelie Schuele (FOAM) and Daria Tuminas (FOTODOK).

Book Launch - Scale & Substance

Photofusion Gallery, London: 17 March 2022, (6.30-9pm)

Launch of our new book published on occasion of the exhibition Scale & Substance by Tamsin Green at Photofusion Gallery, London (18 March - 22 April 2022). Our books are on display in the 'reading room' throughout the exhibition.

Artist book making workshop 

Photofusion Gallery, London: 22, 24, 26.03, 8.04.2022

This workshop is for photographic artists who have a project that they wish to make into a book. Topics will include visual communication, environmental approaches to book making, book structures and binding, as well as development and review of participants book dummies.

The Photobook Club pop-up bookshop

The Royal Photographic Society, Bristol: from 8 February 2022

Books, zines and postcards from 26 of the members of The Photobook Club collective (including Tamsin Green with this is how the earth must see itself) are now part of a specially designed bookshop at RPS House, Bristol.

this is how the earth must see itself  book review 

by Eugenie Shinkle: C4 Journal (Dec 2021)

"This is how the earth must see itself: as something that came before the map and that will go on existing long after the last maps are made, bemused, perhaps, by our attempts to bring order to it."

Artist Books and Publishing Talk

Photofusion: 25 November 2021, 6.45pm (ONLINE)

In conversation between Roelof Bakker, Tamsin Green and Wendy Aldiss about publishing their own photobooks and starting an imprint. Register for the talk here.

SELECT/21 Exhibition

Photofusion: 10 Dec 2021 - 21 Jan 2022

A deconstructed edition of 'this is how the earth must see itself' by Tamsin Green will be exhibited at SELECT/21 Exhibition at Photofusion Gallery, London.

Photomonitor Book Feature

Tamsin Green interviewed by Kim Shaw about the process of making her latest project, ‘this is how the earth must see itself’, what it’s like as a woman making work in the landscape and the manual.editions library.

V&A Museum: Artist books and the environment Feature

'this is how the earth must see itself' and manual.editions are featured in the article Artist books and the environment by V&A curator Catriona Gourlay. This follows the Victoria and Albert Museums recent acquisition of the book.

BOP at Bristol Photo Festival

Martin Parr Foundation, Bristol: 22-24 October 2021

BOP 21 – Books on Photography – is an annual festival bringing together a wide-ranging group of photobook publishers, booksellers and photographers from across Europe. There will be over 40 stall holders showcasing new work.

manual.editions will be there on the The Photobook Club stall, showing 'this is how the earth must see itself', come and say hi. We are having a book signing on Saturday 23 October from 2-4pm.

Impressions Gallery Book Fair

Impressions Gallery, Bradford: 9 October 2021: 11am - 4.30pm

Enjoy a feast of international publishers, book stalls, talks, book launches, and more – both online and in-person. This year, the theme is HOME, with events talking about migration, integration, identity, home and displacement.

manual.editions will be part of the Book Fair with with our new book this is how 'the earth must see itself' , come and say hi.

RPS Journal Online
'A journey into the world of photobooks' feature

Very happy to share this article about the founding of manual.editions, and our new book ‘this is how the earth must see itself: A walk with Natural Features’, following a recent conversation with Jennifer Constable.

Victoria & Albert Museum book acquisition

'this is how the earth must see itself' by Tamsin Green has been acquired by the V&A to join the National Art Library. The book will be available to view by the public at their reading rooms in South Kensington. 

The National Art Library is both a major reference library and the Victoria & Albert Museum's curatorial department for the art, craft and design of the book.

FIEBRE Photobook Fest 2021

Sunday 12 September 2021: 11:30am CET/ 10:30am GMT - ONLINE

manual.editions are excited to be taking part in Fiebre Photobook Fest from 07-12 September 2021.

Tamsin will be speaking about ‘this is how the earth must see itself: A walk with Natural Features’ on Sunday 12 September at 11:30am CET/ 10:30am GMT. Part of the Talking Books programme taking place over the course of the festival. We hope to see you there!

Shortlisted for the GLOVER RAYNER PRIZE

'this is how the earth must see itself' by Tamsin Green has been shortlisted for the inaugural Glover Rayner Prize.

The prize recognises photographic work that raises questions about our fragile environment and the pressing issues of climate change, sustainability, biodiversity and more.

More information about the environmental credentials of the book can be found here, and Tamsin's wider practice ethos here.

Book Launch: JUNE 2021

Our first edition, 'this is how the earth must see itself' by Tamsin Green, will be released in a limited edition of 58 handmade books in June 2021. 

The pre-sale will launch on 18 May 2021.

Exhibited at FORMAT/21

FORMAT/21: PRESENTS 18 May - 13 June 2021- Eagle Market (Derby)

A deconstructed edition of 'this is how the earth must see itself' by Tamsin Green will be exhibited at FORMAT:21 from 18 May 2021. For this exhibition we recycled the print proof copy of the book.

The Exhibition will present work by 9 artists and photographers, kindly supported by GRAIN, FORMAT, QUAD, Arts Council England.

Exhibited in SALON/21

Photofusion: 13 July - 28 August 2021

'this is how the earth must see itself' by Tamsin Green will be exhibited as part of SALON/21 from 13 July 2021 at Photofusion, London. Huge thank you to the selectors Emma Bowkett and Zelda Cheatle.

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