ON 8K DOCUMENTARY GENRES THE BOOKSELLERS OFFICIAL
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EXCLUSIVE: Greenwich Entertainment has acquired the U. S. distribution rights to D. W. Young s The Booksellers. The documentary premiered at the 2019 New York Film Festival. The film will have a limited release in March that will coincide with the annual New York International Antiquarian Book Fair. The docu is essentially an immersive and lively tour of New Yorks book world, populated by an assortment of obsessives, intellects, eccentrics and dreamers. The film takes us everywhere from the Park Avenue Armorys annual Antiquarian Book Fair to the iconic Strand and Argosy bookstore. The film features notable commentators including Fran Lebowitz, Susan Orlean, Gay Talese, as well as a community of dedicated book dealers and collectors. “For anyone who loves books, bookstores and the written word, D. Youngs entrancing insiders entree into the charmingly esoteric world of book collecting and selling will be hard to put down, ” says Greenwichs Co-Managing Director Ed Arentz. “We look forward to engaging the many affinity groups who will avidly embrace this wonderful film. ” Young produced the film alongside Judith Mizrachy and Dan Wechsler while Parker Posey served as an executive producer.
I absolutley love the fact you touch on the icky nuances of growing up in truth. I always loved old books, and finding original old literature at the thrift stores, hell i used to think it was the jackpot. Now all I have left is my personal bible ( black leather bound,Holy Bible with the reasoning book and my name imprinted on the front 🤓) not because of its contents, but its sentimental value. and the cassette box of my book of bible stories. And again, purely sentimental as ridiculous as it sounds, knowing full well its all crap. Oddy enough my parents basement library is a full bookshelf of bound volumes, and the attic has some gems. After watching this I think ill go back and see whats in there.
The booksellers movie trailer. The booksellers d.w. young. Q&A with D. W. Young and producers Judith Mizrachy and Dan Wechsler on Oct. 13 What once seemed like an esoteric world now seems essential to our culture: the community of rare book dealers and collectors who, in their love of the delicacy and tactility of books, are helping to keep the printed word alive. D. Youngs elegant and entertaining documentary, executive produced by Parker Posey, is a lively tour of New Yorks book world, past and present, from the Park Avenue Armorys annual Antiquarian Book Fair, where original editions can fetch hundreds of thousands of dollars; to the Strand and Argosy book stores, still standing against all odds; to the beautifully crammed apartments of collectors and buyers. The film features a litany of special guests, including Fran Lebowitz, Susan Orlean, Gay Talese, and a community of dedicated book dealers who strongly believe in the wonder of the object and the everlasting importance of whats inside.
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Whats the song in the background. This is my favorite sound/decade for music. My parents were hippies from New weekend this is the music wed listen to on the record player. I will forever be connected to this era of music.💙. Didn't the Wrecking Crew play on half these albums. Wow. That last clip of the JW literature going in the bottom of the cart made a really powerful statement and impression. Thank you for this video. Oct 12, 2014 Get under the skin of Lorenzo Vitturis acclaimed photographic series Dalston Anatomy with an exclusive multimedia performance in collaboration with poet Sam Berkson, currently exhibited at The Lorenzo Vitturis work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography and his latest project, Dalston Anatomy, saw him spend time in Londons Ridley Road Market taking pictures, making sculptures and creating collages with materials and objects he found amongst the debris of the marketplace. I'd like to start by asking you about Dalston Anatomy 30 Aug 2014 Lorenzo Vitturi's project Dalston Anatomy examines the environment of East London's Ridley Road Market through a series of portraits and still As part of the Scotiabank Photography Festival, Lorenzo Vitturi will exhibit his series Dalston Anatomy at CONTACT Gallery. I especially was moved the “Dalston Anatomy” by Lorenzo Vitturi. The project was presented for the first time in 2013 as a photo-book, a month-long performance, and installations. No markings. Lorenzo Vitturi recognised the market as a unique place where ‘different cultures merge together in a celebration of life, diversity and unstoppable energy and was inspired to capture this place before it transformed beyond recognition. ” De tentoonstelling Dalston Anatomy is van 8 november – 13 december 2013 te zien in Foam. The carpet in the exhibition is a poem which was written by a man who recited poems on the streets. Josh Jones caught up with him Money Must Be Made is a multidisciplinary project which explores atypical patterns of urban change through the observation of two contrasting realities in Lagos, Nigeria: that of the Financial Trust House multistorey building and of the Balogun street Market. Aug 11, 2014 The work of Lorenzo Vitturi isnt all that easy to categorise. Dec 03, 2014 Lorenzo Vitturis Dalston Anatomy, exhibition was shown in The Photographers Gallery from the 1 st of August until the 18 th of October in 2014. Jul 21, 2015 Although Vitturis research for what would become Dalston Anatomy began with regular visits to the market, this was never going to be an ordinary documentary project. Everyone together in this place makes it feel special. 1 Fig 2. Vitturis process is largely concerned with the creation, …] May 26, 2014 Studio Visit: Lorenzo Viturri. Lorenzo Vitturi: A Dalston Anatomy, 2014 - photography, sculptures and collages made from objects found at Ridley Road Market, Hackney, London. He has called the exhibition Dalston Anatomy because he's from Dalston and Anatomy means the 'BODY' of something. More recently he was chosen as one of the winners of the Grand Prix Images Vevey in Switzerland (2018. This colorful market is known for its variety of goods, with vendors offering theatrical wigs, exotic fruits and vegetables, and a wide array of fabrics from Africa and India. Lorenzo Vitturi's "Dalston Anatomy" is a visual document and investigation of the Ridley Road Market in Dalston, London, where the artist resides. Jul 13, 2014 Lorenzo Vitturi went to market and he bought… – in pictures Lorenzo Vitturi Dalston Plait Fawn #1 & 2 From the Dalston Anatomy series, 2013 Found at the intersection of sculpture and photography, Dalston Anatomy is Lorenzo Vitturis exploration of Londons Ridley Road Market. Vitturi – who lives locally – feels compelled to capture its distinctive nature before it is gentrified beyond recognition. ” By Brad Feuerhelm, ASX, January 2014. Combining portrait photography with abstract sculpture comprised of objects collected from the market, Vitturi reflects on the cultural evolution of Ridley Road and its unique combination of international influences. by Fantom. The Hyères Festival 2014 photography winner is Lorenzo Vitturi with the selection of works from the photo project called “Dalston Anatomy” inspired by the multiethnic market of Dalston (East – London. May 25, 2013 This market, which began life in 1880, evidently fascinates artist Lorenzo Vitturi, who unites sculpture and photography in his series of works A Dalston Anatomy, currently on display at gallery Fishbar in Dalston Lane. Lorenzo Vitturi found his home and inspiration in the East London neighbourhood of Dalston, more specifically, in its local Ridley Road street market. May 08, 2018 This material approach to his photography is a distinctive part of Vitturis process. com. The exhibition, curated by Fantom, brings together a series of original works designed especially for the gallery spaces. LORENZO VITTURIs work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography and his latest project, Dalston Anatomy, saw him spend time in Londons Ridley Road Market taking pictures, making sculptures and creating collages with materials and objects he found amongst the debris of the marketplace. Jibijana Books / SPBH, 2013. The foundation will support and preserve the legacy of photographers who made, and continue to make, important work focused on the british isles. Nov 23, 2019 'Dalston Anatomy' exhibition photo. ” Starting with the cover, which is made of a colorful African fabric that feels good in your hands, this book is an explosion of sensuous, eye-poppingly colorful pictures of the people and things found at the Ridley Road Market. Combining portrait photography with abstract sculpture Dalston Anatomy - Lorenzo Vitturi A month-long event of photography, art installation and poetry. 10 Jul 2014 Lorenzo Vitturi's “Dalston Anatomy” book launch at LeDictateur, Milan Lorenzo Vitturi “Dalston Anatomy” at The Photographers' Gallery, Taking its title from the front of a T-Shirt, spotted by Vitturi in the Balogun is at first glance similar in style to Lorenzo Vitturi's earlier work Dalston Anatomy in the 22 Jan 2015 Lorenzo Vitturi, born in Venice in 1980, lives and works between A mix perfectly rendered by Vitturi in his “Dalston Anatomy”: browsing Dalston Anatomy Photographs by Lorenzo Vitturi SPBH Editions, London, Sept 2013 First Edition & April 2014 Second Edition Hardcover, Lithography, Vlisco In Dalston Anatomy, Lorenzo Vitturi captures the energy in the convergence of Dalston Anatomy - as part of Kaleidoscope, Lorenzo Vitturi, 2019/2019, From 13 Aug 2014 In Dalston Anatomy, Venice-born artist Lorenzo Vitturi documents Ridley Road Market, an East End institution which is being gentrified out of 11 May 2018 Lorenzo Vitturi Money Must Be Made FLOWERS LONDON Kingsland Following the presentation of Dalston Anatomy in 2013 as a book, Originating as documentary photography, Lorenzo Vitturi's “Dalston Anatomy” series catalogues Vitturi's compulsion to collect and photograph the people and. Combining portrait p Lorenzo Vitturi From The Series Dalston Anatomy Green Stripes #1, 2013 Giclee print on Hahnemühle bamboo paper Lorenzo Vitturi Courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery, New York I n 1551, Pieter Aertsen, a Belgian painter living in Amster- dam, completed work on his painting Butchers Stall with the Flight into Egypt. Dalston Anatomy is a book project, a multi-layered installation, and a visual celebration of the Ridley Road Market in East London... Event in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam on Thursday, November 7 201311 posts in the discussion. The exhibition Impure Matter summarises ten years of research, combining Vitturis earlier projects Dalston Anatomy, Droste Effect, Debris and Other Problems and Money Must Be Made. Dalston Anatomy [Lorenzo Vitturi] on donkeytime. Dalston Anatomy is a visual celebration of the Ridley Road Market in East London. DALSTON ANATOMY by Lorenzo Vitturi Fishbar London Opening: Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 6pm Fishbar presents a month-long event of photography, art installation and poetry. Beginning his career as a cinema set painter and after a 2 year residency at Fabrica (the Benetton centre for research in communication) Italian born, London based photographer Lorenzo Vitturi began to focus on photography, a medium which allowed him to fully realise his creative ideas. United Kingdom - Every now and then, a photography book comes along that looks completely different. Lorenzo Vitturi, Red #1, 2013, from the series Dalston Anatomy; from Feast for Money Must Be Made is Lorenzo Vitturis highly anticipated second photobook, and it takes us straight to the heart of the Balogun Market in Lagos, Nigeria. The exhibition Materia Impura summarises ten years of research, combining Vitturis earlier projects Dalston Anatomy, Droste Effect, Debris and Other Problems and Money Must Be Made. Dalston Anatomy by Lorenzo Vitturi is one of those books; a sculptural, colour-soaked dance through the community of Dalstons Ridley Road Market. A trained cinema set painter, hes recently created a multi-page photo feature for Dazed & Confused, done a successful book: Dalston Anatomy and is putting the finishing touches to his latest magnificent exhibition, which starts on 1st August at The Photographers Gallery – you get the idea… hes a busy guy. The project was presented for the first time in 2013 as a photo-book, Lorenzo Vitturi found his home and inspiration in the East London neighbourhood of Dalston, more specifically, in its local Ridley Road street market. Having lived in the area for seven In 2013, Vitturi released his first photo book: Dalston Anatomy. May 27, 2014 Lorenzo Vitturis Dalston Anatomy. Design director Sebastian Wrong invited Vitturi to take over the brands exhibition space after seeing his first project, the book Dalston Anatomy, which captures the vitality of east Londons Ridley Road Market. Flowers Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition by London-based Italian artist Lorenzo Vitturi. Purple Art “Warhol” exhibition from the collection of Peter Brant at Palazzo A thought-provoking blend of high fashion, art and culture brought to you by the creators of AnOther Magazine Publications include Dalston Anatomy (2013) and Money Must Be Made (2017. The Dalston Anatomy's exhibition is a testimony of the ambiance in the local market on Ridley road in Dalston, East London. Jul 10, 2014 Lorenzo Vitturis “Dalston Anatomy” book launch at LeDictateur, Milan. Photography serves as a ground for experimentation, an First edition first impression hardback in new condition. Done. It goes without saying that these are complicated, and often rather frightening times when it comes to Britain and its relationship with the rest of the world. Dec 03, 2014 Lorenzo Vitturis exhibition “Dalston Anatomy”is vibrant still life is showing lovely and lively atmosphere of Dalstons Ridley Road Market. Dalston Anatomy Lorenzo Vitturi said: Dalston Anatomy is a visual ode to Dalston, as a unique place where different cultures merge together in a Jan 16, 2014 Comments/Context: If there is anyone out there who is still skeptical of the photobook revolution now taking place, I offer Lorenzo Vitturis Dalston Anatomy as a glorious example of the power of unabashed disruption. Ridley Road Market is a large street market in Hackney selling food and goods from Asia, Africa, the Caribbean and Mediterranean and was established the 1880s. 13 Dec 2013 which probably explains why Lorenzo Vitturi's Dalston Anatomy has us all so excited! Effortlessly combining these artistic forms as a means Log in. Taken from the summer 2014 issue of Dazed. Lorenzo Vitturis “Dalston Anatomy” has seen a nearly unparalleled foray into an examination of East Londons pluralistic social patterning through the remnants of its populaces debris. Photographs and photo sculptures by Lorenzo Vitturi. The artist wanted to show a vibrant still life capture of images. Inspired by Ridley Road market's kaleidoscope of fabrics, fruit and veg, he creates makeshift sculptures from Jan 22, 2015 “Dalston Anatomy” is a small poetic and musical masterpiece that houses all the different aspects that make up Vitturis art. Jul 13, 2014 Lorenzo Vitturi: I wanted to capture Ridley Road market's edgy dynamic' Sean O'Hagan The Italian-born, London-based photographer wanted to capture the vibrancy of an east London market before it Jul 13, 2014 Lorenzo Vitturi: I wanted to capture Ridley Road market's edgy dynamic' Sean O'Hagan The Italian-born, London-based photographer wanted to capture the vibrancy of an east London market before it Dalston Anatomy [Lorenzo Vitturi] on Amazon. Yossi Milo Gallery. Book Launch: Dalston Anatomy by Lorenzo Vitturi (Second Edition) Past Event: The Patriarch's Wardrobe: Nick Waplington - Book Launch Thursday 24th October 2013; Past Event: Men Women - Tom Wood Book Launch Friday 18th October 2013 In Dalston Anatomy, Lorenzo Vitturi captures the energy in the convergence of different cultures at Ridley Road Market in East London. Nov 03, 2014 For his first United States-based solo show, photographer and sculptor Lorenzo Vitturi draws inspiration from the Ridley Road Market in Dalston, London, a vibrant venue with vendors specializing in everything from costume wigs to textiles imported from Africa and Asia. 5 cm Dalston Anatomy is a book project, a multi-layered installation, and a visual celebration of the Ridley Road Market in East London. Jul 23, 2014 Italian artist Lorenzo Vitturi has lived in Dalston for the past seven years. The exhibition as of whole is been set up like 3D display as viewer I felt like i just walked to the market itself. Sep 05, 2014 Lorenzo vitturi "dalston anatomy" The Photographers Gallery is the largest public gallery in London dedicated to photography. Lorenzo Vitturis work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography and his latest project, Dalston Anatomy, saw him spend time in Londons Ridley Road Market taking pictures, making sculptures and creating collages with materials and objects he found amongst the debris of the marketplace. Now an acclaimed photobook which draws inspiration from the changing face of the city has become the basis for a show at The Photographers Gallery. Lorenzo Vitturis series Dalston Anatomy is a visual document and investigation of the Ridley Road Market in Dalston, London. Shortlisted for both Apertures First Photobook Prize and the Dummy Award 2013, each limited edition copy is uniquely bound in a different vibrantly patterned cloth cover and each a beautiful object. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Yossi Milo Gallery is pleased to announce Dalston Anatomy, an exhibition of color photographs and sculptures by Italian artist Lorenzo Vitturi. Vitturis first institutional solo show took place at Foam 3h in 2013. Photo-sculptures by artist Lorenzo Vitturi, drawn from and presented at Ridley Road Market, as well as the gallery will be accompanied by poetry by Sam Berkson. Vitturis LORENZO VITTURIs work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography and his latest project, Dalston Anatomy, saw him spend time in Londons Ridley Road Market taking pictures, making sculptures and creating collages with materials and objects he found amongst the debris of the marketplace. Droste Effect, Debris and Other Problems, Lorenzo Vitturi in Viasaterna, Milan. By creating sculptures, collages and compositions put together by things Lorenzo bought from the stalls, he created a publication that truly encapsulated that iconic Vitturi uses selected materials in his sculptures and photographs to investigate the passage of time in a globalised world, capturing its mutations. Signed and dated by Lorenzo Vitturi to bookmark. Jun 30, 2018 Lorenzo Vitturi Money Must Be Made. Formerly a cinema set painter, Vitturi has brought this experience into his photographic practice, which revolves around playful site-specific interventions at the intersection of photography, sculpture and performance. LORENZO VITTURI's work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography and his latest project, Dalston Anatomy, saw him spend 22 Nov 2017 The follow-up to his runaway success Dalston's Anatomy, Money Must Be Made sees Vitturi taking to the streets of Lago - and is launching in 4 Mar 2019 Portraits and abstract sculptures which make up Lorenzo Vitturi's Dalston Anatomy will display as part of Kaleidoscope at Somerset House. Dec 19, 2013 The most vibrant book published this year surely has to be Lorenzo Vitturis “Dalston Anatomy. I am sure that you will discover a lot of kinds of new creative photographs here. Hackney Post brings you the latest news and updates from all of Hackney. Mar 12, 2014 And the book's title aptly suggests Vitturi's process of dissecting his surroundings to reveal what makes Dalston throb with vitality. Id been living in Dalston since I arrived there in 2007 and In Dalston Anatomy, Venice-born artist Lorenzo Vitturi documents Ridley Road Market, an East End institution which is being gentrified out of existence (when it vanishes he can always come west – no chance of that ever happening to Shepherds Bush Market. We went on a trip to the photographers Gallery to see the Dalston Anatomy exhibition and we had a talk from a curator who explained the process behind the creation of Lorenzo Vitturi's work. FacebookTwitterPinterest. Vibrant and energetic, the distinctive nature of the place is depicted through the faces of local characters, urban setting and debris from the market. Combining portrait photography with abstract sculpture comprised of objects collected from the market, Vitturi reflects on the cultural evolution of Ridley Road and its unique combination of international Lorenzo Vitturis vibrant still lifes capture the threatened spirit of Dalstons Ridley Road Market. 1980, Italy) is a photographer and sculptor based in London. "Lorenzo VITTURI's work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography and his latest project, Dalston Anatomy, saw him spend time in Londons Ridley Road Market taking pictures, making sculptures and creating collages with materials and objects he found amongst the debris of the marketplace. Then take note of Lorenzo Vitturi's Dalston Anatomy series, which features abstract sculptures made of produce from the market (side-by-side with portraits. Vitturi won this years Photography Prize at Hyères for the project, and the Lorenzo Vitturi (b. Lorenzo Vitturi's work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography and his latest project, Dalston Anatomy, saw him spend time in Londons Ridley Road Market taking pictures, making sculptures and creating collages with materials and objects he found amongst the debris of the marketplace. This is a new book. May 08, 2018 Lorenzo Vitturi (b. Vitturi won several awards including the Photography Grand Prix at the Hyeres International Festival in 2014. Dalston Anatomy by Lorenzo Vitturi (SPBH/Jibijana) 168 pages, 110 images. Combining portrait photography with abstract sculpture comprised of objects collected from the market, Vitturi reflects on the cultural evolution of Ridley Road and its unique Vitturi uses selected materials in his sculptures and photographs to investigate the passage of time in a globalised world, capturing its mutations. Continuing to explore themes such as globalization, urbanization, colonialism and capitalism, Vitturi has spent the past three years working on the project. Dalston Anatomy 6 Nov 2014 — 10 Jan 2015 at the Yossi Milo Gallery in New York, United States Lorenzo Vitturi's project Dalston Anatomy examines the environment of East London's Ridley Road Market through a series of portraits and still life photographs. Dalston Anatomy evolved from the SOLD OUT. His project Dalston Anatomy [Lorenzo Vitturi] on Amazon. Vitturi recognised the market as a unique place where different communities and cultures coexist, and d Lorenzo Vitturi Dalston Anatomy at Yossi Milo Gallery, Musée Magazine. Vitturi lived in east London for seven years, so there is an immediate contrast between the natural genesis of Dalston Anatomy and this new body of work. Oct 14, 2013 Lorenzo Vitturis Dalston Anatomy joins this years crop of new and exciting books. Yam, Calabashes, Aso-oke, Egg and Pink Sponge, 2017. Situated in the heart of Hackney, the market, widely known for its traditional barrows, fresh veg, fruits, beautiful plants and street food, is Lorenzo Vitturi was a painter of cinema sets in his studio near Dalstons Ridley Road Market but in 2013 he became dedicated to creating an exotic visual commentary on the rapidly changing LORENZO VITTURIs work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography and his latest project, Dalston Anatomy, saw him spend time in Londons Ridley Road Market taking pictures, making sculptures and creating collages with materials and objects he found amongst the debris of the marketplace. Vitturi took photographs, made sculptures and created collages with materials and objects found amongst the debris of the marketplace; the work is accompanied by a poem by Sam Berkson. Lorenzo Vitturi has been combining the two images and made one big picture so it connects from the photographer to the person who watches the redeveloped market. Theyll do this by showcasing the work of 10 photographers from immigrant communities around the UK. Aug 21, 2019 Lorenzo Vitturi – Dalston Anatomy. Lorenzo Vitturi's work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography and his latest project, Dalston Anatomy, saw him spend time in London's Ridley Road Market taking pictures, making sculptures and creating collages with materials and objects he found amongst the debris of the marketplace. After graduating in photography and design at IED in Rome (2004) he has been on a two years residency at Fabrica, the Benetton centre for research in communication (2005-2007. Posted by Fabio 21 August 2019. Im not one who enjoys talking, I dont even look for things to talk about but this image had my inner voice screaming in my ears…. Vitturi arranges found objects and photographs them against backdrops of discarded market materials, in dynamic 2016/04/12 - Pinterest で 975 人のユーザーがフォローしている xiantounv さんのボード「Lorenzo vitturi」を見てみましょう... 「鶴瓶バスキアシャネル j12」のアイデアをもっと見てみましょう. Originating as documentary photography, Lorenzo Vitturis “Dalston Anatomy” series catalogues Vitturis compulsion to collect and photograph the people and objects found at the Ridley Road Market in East London, England. Wählen Sie einfach die verschiedenen Kriterien aus. Aug 25, 2017 Photographer and sculptor Lorenzo Vitturi captures Nigerias Balogun market. Here we find the paradox that so interested Vitturi – where his previous publication Dalston Anatomy surveyed gentrification killing off local business in London, in Lagos he found quite the opposite: gentrification in reverse. Our judge for our ‘Still Life theme is Lorenzo Vitturi, who first caught the attention of a wider audience with his stunning multi-disciplinary project ‘Dalston Anatomy – a visceral visual celebration of Ridley Road Market in his adopted home of East London. The works in his new series Money Must be Made are based at the Balogun Market in Lagos, Nigeria, the second biggest market of its kind in West Africa. In conversation with Lorenzo Vitturi on his recent project, Dalston Anatomy. “The market is a unique place where you can get to understand the people of Dalston in Hackney. The 33-year-old Italian is a former cinema set painter who has since become accustomed to art-directing shoots for clients as diverse as BMW and Romes Palladium Theatre, so Aug 11, 2014 Dalston Anatomy (Lorenzo Vitturi) Gentrification is a hot topic in London these days, as house prices soar and areas which were once staunchly working class are gradually overrun. Dalston Anatomy by Lorenzo Vitturi is one of those books, a sculptural, colour-soaked dance through The photographic series Dalston Anatomy is an homage of Lorenzo Vitturi and a feast of the senses that the busy Ridley Road Market in London has been to him. Formerly a cinema set painter, Vitturi has brought this experience into his photographic practice, which revolves around site-specific interventions at the intersection of photography, sculpture and performance. everything my eyes were picking up whilst standing there, mesmerized by something so simple, yet so dark. Vitturi, with A Dalston Anatomy, has dissected his, and in the process pieced together an ode to one of Londons most bustling and truly unique markets; a place for understanding the people of Dalston and Hackney. Solo exhibitions include Dalston Anatomy at The Photographers Gallery, London, at Contact Gallery, Toronto, and CNA, Luxembourg. Jul 10, 2014 Lorenzo Vitturi. In weaving different types of images together, Vitturi mines the material substance of the market, and attempts to Lorenzo Vitturi was inspired by the mix of cultures and foods found at his local market in the East End of London. com Lorenzo Vitturi (Venice, 1980) lives and works between London, Milan and Venice. Residing in the area The Dalston Anatomy exhibition by Lorenzo Vitturi, from 8 November – 11 December 2013 in Foam, is an ode to the sensual pleasures of the bustling Londons Ridley Road Market. For our Summer 2014 issue, Vitturi took Maison Martin Margiela's Spring/Summer Artisanal collection to Ridley Road market, clashing an array of the everyday from Dalston's streets with the eclectic couture of Margiela. Edition of 500 copies, signed / 1 Aug 2014 Lorenzo Vitturi was a painter of cinema sets in his studio near Dalston's Ridley Road Market but in 2013 he became dedicated to creating an 25 Oct 2013 Continuing our series on art books, Tim Clark is blinded by Lorenzo Vitturi's A Dalston Anatomy, a vibrant and kaleidoscopic look at London's Lorenzo Vitturi is a photographer and sculptor who lives and works in London. For example Lorenzo Vitturis Dalston Anatomy (2013) has no mention of SPBH anywhere in the book, and a lot of the books we produce have nothing on the spine, no mention of SPBH Editions on them at all. 5 cm Lorenzo Vitturi (IT, 1980) Lorenzo Vitturi is a photographer and sculptor who lives and works in London. Lorenzo Vitturi – Dalston Anatomy. Actually, he took pictures, created collages and made sculptures with materials and objects he has found in this market. Nov 6th – Jan 10th, 2015. Centered in and around the Balogun Market in Lagos, Nigeria, one of the largest street markets in West Africa, Money Must Be Made is at first glance similar in style to Lorenzo Vitturis earlier work Dalston Anatomy in the way that he transforms everyday items of little value into unique, sculptural forms. After the international success gained by the work Dalston Anatomy, VIASATERNA presents the first solo show in Italy by Lorenzo Vitturi (Venice, 1980. “Droste Effect, Debris and Other Problems” is a project first begun in 2013, drawing … Awesome photographs by Lorenzo Vitturi in "Dalston Anatomy" This Pink photo sculpture and others will be on display Lorenzo Vitturi: A Dalston Anatomy, 2014 - photography, sculptures and collages made from objects found at Ridley Road Market, Hackney, London. com Second edition of “Dalston Anatomy” by Lorenzo Vitturi Self Publish Be Happy Lorenzo vitturi dalston anatomy book, Dalston Anatomy (Signed) Lorenzo Vitturi SPBH EDITIONS has had the pleasure of supporting Vitturi to produce the project in book form and the result is a. “Money Must Be Made” by Lorenzo Vitturi is published by SPBH Editions, with texts Via R. We step into the east London studio of the artist behind Dalston Anatomy, to talk gentrification, aggressive advertising and setting fire to his sculptures Lorenzo Vitturi November 25, 2016 In Dalston Anatomy, Lorenzo Vitturi captures the energy in the convergence of different cultures at Ridley Road Market in East London. In 2013, Vitturi released his first photobook Dalston Anatomy (SPBH Editions. Nov 24, 2019 In fact, reflecting on his work for "Dalston Anatomy" an ode to London's Ridley Road market, a multicultural place that has become gentrified over the years) Vitturi said he felt as if he were bringing the market into his studio and giving it new life. Found at the intersection of sculpture and photography, Dalston Anatomy is Lorenzo Vitturi's exploration of London's Ridley Road Market. Google Translate Born 1980, Venice, ItalySolo exhibitions2019 'Materia Impura' foam, Amsterdam 2018 'Money Must Be Made' Tosetti Value per l'Arte, Turin2018 'Money Must 4 Aug 2014 The draw of Dalston evidently holds strong for Vitturi, whose most recent, and widely acclaimed project Dalston Anatomy drives further into the 13 Nov 2014 Image Above: Lorenzo Vitturi. Boscovich, 50 20124 Milano Italy Tel: 39 (0) 22043531 Fax: 39 (0) 220403199 Mail: info@sudest57. 3 posts published by Culest during April 2014. Italian born Lorenzo Vitturi, previously a cinema set painter and designer crosses the genres of photography, installation and sculpture. Lorenzo Vitturi. Jun 27, 2019 Featured artists include: main image) Dalston Anatomy, Lorenzo Vitturi captures the energy in the convergence of different cultures at Ridley Road Market in East London. Credit: Lorenzo Vitturi. Lorenzo Vitturi: Dalston Anatomy. publisher/published: SPBH Editions/2013 format/pages/size: ハードカバー/ 260*180*20. Here, in an attempt to capture the LORENZO VITTURI Lorenzo Vitturi (1980, Venice) lives in London, UK. Vitturi explores the slowly dying way of market life, he captures vibrant images made up of various fruit and vegetables in dynamic compositions. Dalston Anatomy: Vitturis work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography and his latest project, Dalston Anatomy, saw him spend time in Londons Ridley Road Market taking pictures, making sculptures and creating collages with materials and objects he found amongst the debris of the marketplace. Nov 07, 2013 Every now and then, a photography book comes along that looks completely different. The exhibition will open on Thursday, November 6, 2014 and close on Saturday, January 10, 2015 with an opening reception for the artist on Thursday, November 6 from 5:00 – 8:00 pm. ABOUT LORENZO VITTURI Lorenzo Vitturi (1980, Venice) lives in London, UK. 2013. The exhibition is curated by Fantom showcases a collection of new works designed for the gallery space. This means the books become purely about the work, about the images. 245 Tenth Avenue. Please see pictures. Aug 01, 2014 Lorenzo Vitturis vibrant still lifes capture the threatened spirit of Dalstons Ridley Road Market. 【果然】 8K 油管大神Morten Rustad「南美洲」30TB素材 5个月剪辑领略不同大陆的自然风光 VLOG巴西委内瑞拉圭亚那哥伦比亚阿根廷智利 Jul 04, 2015 Below: A Dalston Anatomy-Lorenzo Vitturi This is the image that took my breath away. PayPal accepted, any questions please get in touch. Lorenzo Vitturi was born in Venice in 1980 and lives and works between London and Milan. Autrefois peintre pour le cinéma, Vitturi a apporté cette expérience dans Lorenzo Vitturi: Dalston Anatomy is in stock at PhotoQ Bookshop Amsterdam. BY LORENZO VITTURI Vitturi is an Italian artist. Nov 22, 2017 In Money Must Be Made, Lorenzo Vitturis latest photobook, the photographs address the question of how, not merely where. He usually mixes photography, installation and sculpture. Established in 2000, Yossi Milo Gallery is a contemporary art gallery focused on the representation of artists specializing in photo-based art, video and works on paper. It does so through workshops, talks, exhibitions, live events, on/offline projects and publicising of books. Capturing the colourful vibrancy of Ridley Road market in East London before it falls Money Must Be Made is Lorenzo Vitturis highly anticipated second photobook, and it takes us straight to the heart of the Balogun Market in Lagos, Nigeria. But placing my frustrations on representational bias aside and in all seriousness, for me, Vitturis work promised much after Dalston Anatomy s beautifully simple, sculptural awesomeness, I really couldnt wait to look Jul 26, 2019 In Dalston Anatomy, Lorenzo Vitturi captures the energy in the convergence of different cultures at Ridley Road Market in East London. Art, Photography Free. Dalston Anatomy è un'esplosione di colori tramite i quali l'autore riesce a rendere vive le sue immagini, composte principalmente di elementi deteriorati o Dalston Anatomy. Successes like Stephen Gills Hackney Wick and Lorenzo Vitturis Dalston Anatomy have transformed the perception of self-publishing so that photographers now view this method of publishing as an alternative to the mainstream, are increasingly affordable and creatively liberating. Dalston Anatomy was selected in 2013 for the “Paris Photo – Aperture Foundation PhotoBook” Awards and simultaneously exposed to 3h FOAM in Amsterdam. It is not exceptional to visit a market in Lagos with a camera, especially if, as white, you are working within a tradition of photography that depicts Africans in despair and as NGO-needy. After the international success received with Dalston Anatomy work, Viasaterna presents the first solo exhibition in Italy by Lorenzo Vitturi (Venice, 1980. Vitturis process is largely Lorenzo Vitturi is a photographer and sculptor who lives and works in London. Vitturi took DALSTON ANATOMY SOLO SHOW BY LORENZO VITTURI Curator and Project Manager FRANCESCA SERAVALLE I collaborated with the artist Lorenzo 16 Jan 2014 Comments/Context: If there is anyone out there who is still skeptical of the photobook revolution now taking place, I offer Lorenzo Vitturi's Lorenzo Vitturi Dalston Anatomy (SIGNED. Can you talk to us about gentrification and the transformation thats happening? What was it that interested you in the market? Lorenzo Vitturi (LV) I started Dalston Anatomy in 2011. Het is een eerbetoon van Lorenzo Vitturi aan het feest der zintuigen dat de drukke Ridley Road Market in Londen voor hem is. The vegetable structures are then placed in front of backdrops of market materials. Today I visited The Photographer's Gallery to see the Lorenzo Vitturi exhibition 'Dalston Anatomy. First edition first impression hardback in new condition. Vitturi recognised the market as a unique place where ‘different cultures merge together in a celebration of life, diversity and unstoppable energy and was inspired to capture this place before it transformed beyond recognition. Self Publish, Be Happy (SPBH) is an organisation founded by Bruno Ceschel in 2010 that aims to help aspiring photographers to self-publish their own books. Nov 24, 2017 Back in the summer of 2014, Lorenzo Vitturi released Dalston Anatomy, a photo-book that captured the essence, smells, sights and sounds of Londons famous Ridley Road Market. In Dalston Anatomy, Lorenzo Vitturi captures the energy in the convergence of different cultures at Ridley Road Market in East London. Venice-born photographer Lorenzo Vitturi is an expert at dissecting the elements of a location. View. Wender, Jessie, 12 reasons to check out the New York art book fair, The New Yorker. Oct 10, 2014 Lorenzo Vitturi. New York. The book went on to be shortlisted for both Aperture and Macks First Book Awards and was named among the best books of the year by Martin Parr, Erik Kessels, Alec Soth, The New York Times, The Guardian and more. 11 / 24 – Lorenzo Vitturi, Miuccia and Green Stripes, 2013 (Dalston Anatomy) stampa giclée su carta Hanhemuhle Baboo, 150 × 100 cm 12 / 24 – Lorenzo Vitturi, Blue Velvet & Yam #1, 2013, stampa d'archivio a pigmenti, vetro antiriflesso, 44 × 29. For our summer art residency, Lorenzo Vitturi explores the surreal world of the obsessive collector, juxtaposing everyday items from Dalstons pound shops – which he calls “pop-art destinations” – with Maison Martin Margiela's eclectic spring 2014 Artisanal collection. Vitturi arranges found objects and photographs them against backdrops of discarded market materials, in dynamic On November 10th at the Shakespeare and Company café in Paris, Susan Bright (author of Feast for the Eyes) Denise Wolff (editor of Feast for the Eyes) and Matthieu Nicol (a cookbook collector) will gather for an event around the photographs that appear in cookbooks. A Dalston Anatomy is published by JibiJana & SPBH Editions. One of them, Lorenzo Vitturi, puts the colourful and diverse and bustling Ridley Road at the heart of his section – titled Dalston Anatomy. org Discover delightful children's books with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers new books every 1. After graduating in photography and design at IED in Rome (2004) he spent a two year residency at Fabrica, the Benetton centre for research in communication (2005-2007. The Venetian has one foot in the photography camp, another in the sculpture camp, and an unexpected third foot dipping a toe into performance. Vitturi arranges found objects and photographs them against b “I like to compare my process to that one of a visionary anatomist. Vitturi and Established & Sons also share a strong cultural connection to east London, where they are both based. Previous Next. His project, Dalston Anatomy, the first part of which was a photo book published last year under the same title, is comprised of photographs, photomontages and three central installations based on the markets goods, structures, and content Dalston Anatomy is a book project, a multi-layered installation, and a visual celebration of the Ridley Road Market in East London. FLOWERS LONDON Kingsland Road 11 May – 30 June 2018. The first edition of 700 copies sold out in the blink of an eye. Combining portrait photography with abstract sculpture comprised of objects collected from the market, Vitturi reflects on the cultural evolution of Ridley Road and its unique combination of international LORENZO VITTURIs work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography and his latest project, Dalston Anatomy, saw him spend time in Londons Ridley Road Market taking pictures, making sculptures and creating collages with materials and objects he found amongst the debris of the marketplace. Lorenzo Vitturi - Dalston Anatomy Vitturis work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography his latest project Anatomy saw him spend time in London’s Ridley Road Market taking pictures making sculptures creating collages with materials objects he amongst debris, Jibijana Books / SPBH, 2013, London In Dalston Anatomy, Lorenzo Vitturi captures the energy in the convergence of different cultures at Ridley Road Market in East London. 2/5 'Hairy orange, yellow balloons and rotten camote #2 from the series Dalston Anatomy' 2013 © Lorenzo Vitturi. Id like to start by asking you about Dalston Anatomy and working with Ridley Road Market. Yellow Chalk #1&2 – Dalston Anatomy, 2013 by Lorenzo Vitturi. After the international success of Dalston Anatomy, we are happy to announce the first solo show in Italy by Lorenzo Vitturi (Venice, 1980. Sign up. 25, 000 + tax. Lorenzo Vitturis vibrant still lifes capture the threatened spirit of Dalstons Ridley Road Market. “Dalston Anatomy”. Dec 16, 2013 Lorenzo Vitturi: When I started Dalston Anatomy I just felt the instinctive need to freeze everything else that I was doing, choose the widest corner of my flat, build a studio, buy a plastic floor to cover the wooden floor (in order to avoid being kicked out by the landlord) and to start playing with the objects I could find in the near-by Artist and photographer Lorenzo Vitturi has just released his latest publication, Dalston Anatomy, telling stories derived from one of Londons most vibrant scenes, Dalstons Ridley Road Market. He did not only show the images to the viewer but made the exhibition in a weirdly surrounding way. It also presents the first output of Vitturis new work Caminantes. Yossi Milo Gallery is hosting right now Dalston Anatomy, an exhibition of color photographs and sculptures by Lorenzo Vitturi est un photographe et sculpteur qui vit et travaille entre Londres et Milan. Jul 13, 2017 Fig. Lorenzo Vitturi's work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography and his latest project, Dalston Anatomy, saw him spend time in London's 13 Jul 2014 Italian photographer Lorenzo Vitturi captures the vibrancy of east And the result, Dalston Anatomy, became one of the most acclaimed Photoworks (PW) Hi Lorenzo, thanks for making the time to catch up with us while you're working in Milan. Dec 05, 2013 Dalston Anatomy / Lorenzo Vitturi (Jibilana & SPBH Editions) No book lives up to the DIY spirit of the publishers name – Self Publish Be Happy – than this joyous book of photographs and Dusk Steals the Daylight/ Dalston Anatomy - Sam Berkson/Lorenzo Vitturi Sep 29, 2014 Lorenzo Vitturis vibrant still lifes capture the threatened spirit of Dalstons Ridley Road Market. Hier können Sie die Auswahl einschränken. lorenzovitturi. So he combined them both to make a deeper meaning. 11 / 24 – Lorenzo Vitturi, Miuccia and Green Stripes, 2013 (Dalston Anatomy) giclee print on Hanhemuhle Baboo paper, 150 × 100 cm 12 / 24 – Lorenzo Vitturi, Blue Velvet & Yam #1, 2013, archival pigment print, anti-glare glass, 44 × 29. May 08, 2018 I quipped to myself, after hearing the back story of Lorenzo Vitturis Money Must Be Made on Self Publish Be Happy. dalston anatomy lorenzo vitturi.
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Might be good but I think I get enough politics already. October 8, 2019 9:50PM PT New York's rare book dealers discuss what they did for love in a wistful doc made for those who can still look at a book and see a magical object. Its never a surprise to learn that the Internet has upended a business, or an entire industry. But in the lovely and wistful documentary “ The Booksellers, ” we hear one telling illustration of how the online universe has revolutionized the world of vintage books, and its an object lesson so fraught with irony that its a little head-spinning. Imagine that it was, say, the early 90s, and you were a rare-book maven with an impassioned, if not obsessive-compulsive, desire to accumulate a complete collection of the works of Edith Wharton, all in first editions. (Since Edith Wharton happens to be my favorite writer, this example nabbed my attention. How would you do it? Youd go to vintage bookstores, attend auctions, work with a dealer. Youd gather your first editions one by one, over time, and the slow and steady hunt would be part of the pleasure. But in the world of online book selling, where everything is catalogued and digitized, its all potentially a lot simpler. You can still play treasure hunt if youd like, but all you really have to do is say, “Id like to own a first-edition copy of every book Edith Wharton ever wrote, ” and the computer does the searching for you, all at once. To gather this collection, all youd have to be ready to do is to put the total sum on your credit card. In a sense, thats exhilarating. In rare books, as in so many other things, the Internet can reduce the search for the Holy Grail to an instant click-and-score. But with the hunt made borderline irrelevant, youre no longer quite collecting; youre just buying. The thrill may not be gone, but its reduced. And for the vintage book-store owner — the professional bibliophile, the man or woman who knows theyre buying and selling not just old books but sacred artifacts — the impact of Internet commerce has been a slow-motion debacle. The web turns them, more and more, into not-so-necessary middlemen. Of course, what the Internet is also doing is accelerating, rather radically, the erosion of our collective passion for book culture. Its not as if its gone away! But when it comes to feeding the book business as a business, the number of people who spend time reading things between covers is in a rapid state of decline. Yet if the rare-book trade has reached a crucial moment of struggle, “The Booksellers” reveals that its hanging on in novel ways. The present-tense sheen of the 21st century has altered the meaning, and place, of books in our society in ways that can make them seem even more valuable. You might say that vintage books are now like vinyl albums — but in this case, they always were. So for the vintage-book believer, the value of a volume has actually gone up: as totem, as symbol, as artifact of beauty. Its slow fade from the culture only enhances its magic as an object. “The Booksellers” invites us to dote on the tactile mystery of old books — the elegance of the print, the pages that may be fragmenting, the colorful latticework bindings, the back-breaking size of certain old volumes, like the Gutenberg Bible (more or less the first book ever printed, dating back to the mid-1400s) or one giant book we see that contains intricate drawings of fish skeletons. D. W. Young, the director of “The Booksellers, ” is a veteran film editor who leads us into grand and cozy old bookstores like the mysterious museums they are. He roots the movie in New York City (with a few forays to London) since thats where the heart of American literary culture still resides, and he introduces us to a cast of characters who are captivating in their what-I-did-for-love devotion. They all have it; if they didnt, they wouldnt be in the business. Many of the stores go back to the 20s, when 4th Ave., known as book row in Manhattan, had close to 50 bookstores, most of them owned and operated, in the words of Fran Lebowitz, by “dusty Jewish men who would get irritated if you wanted to buy a book. ” That, says Lebowitz, is because theyd gone into the business mostly so they could sit around and read all day. The film takes us inside New Yorks most fabled bookshop, the Argosy Book Store, founded in 1925 by Louis Cohen and now run by his daughters, Judith, Naomi, and Adina, who are in the rare position of being able to keep the dream alive because they own the six-story building that houses the store on E. 59th St. The dance of literary aesthetics and money is addictive. In the 50s and 60s, dust jackets were considered works of art, until they fell out of favor. Now theyre back in fashion, to the point that a first edition of “The Great Gatsby” without a dust jacket is currently worth about 5, 000, whereas with a torn and tattered jacket it would fetch 15, 000, and with a jacket in vintage condition it could go for 150, 000. At the Antiquarian Book Fair held each year at the Park Avenue Armory, we see an original edition of “Don Quixote, ” which is worth 20, 000, and learn that a first edition of the original James Bond novel, “Casino Royale, ” now goes for 150, 000. The comparison to the art market is there in a primal way, even if the book prices are lower (though we do see the auction at which Bill Gates, over the phone, purchased Leonardos Codex Hammer for 28 million) with the cost of a vintage book reflecting the ever-shifting values of the culture. “The Booksellers” finds room for tidbits of history, like a thumbnail sketch of the pioneering book maven A. S. Rosenbach, as well as a portrait of the seminal dealer-collectors Leona Rostenberg and Madeleine B. Stern, who had to fight to make their mark in a demimonde of tweedy men. (For years, they were scandalously denied membership in the Grolier Club. Rostenberg and Stern became legendary, uncovering Louisa May Alcotts hidden pseudonym as an author of pulp novels, and opening the doors for the contemporary women dealers we meet, like Rebecca Romney, who became a regular on “Pawn Stars, ” spreading the gospel of rare-book love with a rare crossover charisma. She emerges as the movies cockeyed optimist of bibliophilia. Theres a happy contradiction at the heart of antiquarian book culture. The passion for books is about the love of reading — the rhythm of it, the meditative space of it, which increasingly stands as a 19th-century counterpulse to the amped heartbeat of the 21st century. But “The Booksellers” is also about the kind of people who relish vintage books as fetish objects. Those of us who love old books know that feeling. Yet its not just about owning; that gorgeous rare volume incarnates the concrete mysticism of the reading experience. “The Booksellers” is a documentary for anyone who can still look at a book and see a dream, a magic teleportation device, an object that contains the world.
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Edit Storyline THE BOOKSELLERS is a lively, behind-the-scenes look at the New York rare book world and the fascinating people who inhabit it. Executive produced by Parker Posey and featuring interviews with some of the most important dealers in the business, as well as prominent collectors, auctioneers, and writers, THE BOOKSELLERS is both a loving celebration of book culture and a serious exploration of the future of the book. Plot Summary, Add Synopsis Details Release Date: 7 October 2019 (USA) See more » Company Credits Technical Specs See full technical specs ».
The booksellers on fountain square. The booksellers documentary trailer. Haha, this is interesting! I do actually have a few of my old publications at home still, I definitely have the book You can live forever in paradise on earth! That big red one lol! The artwork is both good and bizarre in place though! And a book title Knowledge that leads to everlasting life! I did indeed bin a lot in past. And got rid of the massive Watchtower magazine collection I had in my wardrobe lol. Wish I'd kept a few now for an evenings entertainment! The used bookstores here in the UK are exactly the same and you can always bet you're gonna find a cult book or two on the shelf. The booksellers documentary netflix. The booksellers at laurelwood. The booksellers documentary.
Great video! Some questions. 1) Do you try and take all the used sticker off for that first impression look. 2) What do you describe in your listing when it comes to the library stamped books, how well do those sell for you. Excellent video. Thanx for sharing. The booksellers wife. I fell ya girl! I work in a public library and I see this EVERY DAY. The booksellers ltd. The booksellers book awards. The booksellers tale. THE BOOKSELLERS IN THEATERS MARCH 6 " LOVELY AND WISTFUL… A DOCUMENTARY FOR ANYONE WHO CAN STILL LOOK AT A BOOK AND SEE A DREAM, A MAGIC TELEPORTATION DEVICE, AN OBJECT THAT CONTAINS THE WORLD " “ A TREAT FOR ANYONE WHO APPRECIATES THE PRINTED WORD… AN EVOCATIVE PORTRAIT OF A WAY OF LIFE THAT IS HOPEFULLY NOT VANISHING ANY TIME SOON” “ BRINGS TO LIGHT A FASCINATINGLY ECCENTRIC COMMUNITY ” Get Updates Sign up to get news about screenings, release dates, special events and more Thank you.
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Yes! Bookseller problems! I feel your pain (especially regarding Richard Flanagan. I get so excited when someone asks me about a book I've read, and even more excited when it's one that I've loved. Practically jumping-up-and-down excited, it's absurd. But I love the challenge of assessing the customer and trying to figure out what they might enjoy. It's good fun. What a wonderful video. Michael Scott The Movie. The booksellers documentary watch. I will find you, i will love you, and i will love you. Good luck.
This looks like the kind of movie that would of won an Oscar 30 years ago. And that's a compliment. The booksellers imdb. MOVIES 3:00 PM PDT 10/7/2019 by Courtesy of Film A treat for anyone who appreciates the printed word. D. W. Young's documentary, executive produced by Parker Posey, delivers a behind-the-scenes look at the New York rare book world. Bibliophiles are likely to be increasingly depressed these days, thanks to the rise of ebooks and the continuing demise of bookstores. D. Young's documentary The Booksellers, receiving its world premiere at the New York Film Festival, should provide something of a balm to those beleaguered souls. Providing a behind-the-scenes look at the world of rare book dealers but also digressing into topics revolving around the printed word in general, the film will be enjoyed by anyone who's ever happily spent hours wandering through bookstores with no specific goal in mind. "The world is divided between people who collect things, and people who don't know what the hell these people are doing collecting things. observes one of the doc's subjects. Needless to say, the film very much concentrates on the former, especially those who attend the annual Antiquarian Book Fair at New York City's Park Avenue Armory, a mecca for rare book collectors. Ironically, as if to underscore the archaic products being exhibited, the armory is a virtual antique itself, dating back to the late 19th century and featuring a giant clock that no longer works. Among the dealers who exhibit there are Dave Bergman, who specializes in giant-sized books and whose apartment is packed to the gills with his inventory. "Every time I buy another book, I have to rearrange the entire place. he says sardonically. We learn that in the 1950s there were 358 bookstores in New York City and that now there are only 79 remaining (it's actually surprising there are still that many. Among the notable used and rare bookstores that have survived are The Strand, opened in 1929 and now the only one left of what used to be dozens of such establishments on 4th Avenue, once dubbed "Book Row. There's also the Argosy Book Store on E. 59th Street, established in 1925 and currently run by the three daughters of the original owner. Tellingly, both of these are family businesses, and their longevity can be ascribed to the fact that the families own the buildings in which their stores are located. The doc fascinatingly delves into the history of book collecting, spotlighting such pioneering figures as legendary British dealer A. S. Rosenbach, whose nickname was "The Napoleon of Books. and researchers Leona Rostenberg and Madeleine B. Stern, who uncovered Louisa May Alcott's pseudonym of A. M. Bernard, which the author of Little Women used when writing pulp romance fiction. Author Fran Lebowitz offers plenty of amusing commentary throughout the film. "You know what they used to call independent bookstores? Bookstores. she jokes, adding, They were all independent. Novelist Susan Orlean weighs in as well, talking about having sold her archives to Columbia University and worrying that in the age of computers, researchers will no longer have the opportunity to explore writers' creative processes. Several of the interview subjects point out that while the internet is great for collectors, who can find anything they want with just a few keystrokes, it's been terrible for booksellers. The very word "Kindle" sends shudders up booksellers' spines, although not all of them are ready to write off the printed word just yet. "I think the death of the book is highly overrated. one dealer comments. The doc includes amusing profiles of several of the more eccentric collectors, including one dealer who handles books bound in human skin and founder Jay Walker, who has a massive library in his home dedicated to the "human imagination" and inspired by M. C. Escher. The Booksellers tends to be a bit too digressive at times, lapsing into many tangents that are never uninteresting but tend to cause it to lose focus. Nonetheless, the film provides an evocative portrait of a way of life that is hopefully not completely vanishing anytime soon. Production company: Blackletter Films Director-editor: D. Young Producers: Dan Wechsler, Judith Mizrachy Executive producers: Parker Posey Director of photography: Peter Bolte Composer: David Ullmann Venue: New York Film Festival 99 minutes.
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