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2015-12-30

‘Body of Work’s predecessor

... New Zealand Customs Service

In 2009, ‘I Must Behave’ came up against the New Zealand Customs Service. ‘Body of Work’ is entering uneventfully (we think!).

 

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2016-01-05

‘Sequester’

... a book exchange

For a year, Awoiska van der Molen selflessly protected a first edition of her well-honoured and perfect book, ‘Sequester’. One evening, at Paris Photo 2015, we perched in a discreet alcove in the Grand Palais, chaperoned by the larger-than-life Dragana Jurisic (‘YU: The Lost Country’), to perform, with some theatre and ceremony, an exchange of ‘Sequester’ for ‘Body of Work’, two veiled works passing in the dark.

image: nr. 351-7  | 2013 © Awoiska van der Molen

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2016-01-04

‘Body of Work’ makes Josef Chladek’s 2015 BEST list

... a terrific 2016 New Year’s tweet

Josef Chladek, the indefatigable photobook presenter at Virtual Bookshelf, has placed ‘Body of Work’ amongst outstanding others in his Best 2015 list.

His tweet early December 2015 said:  “One of the most stunning and beautiful books in a long time ...”


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2015-12-31

‘Body of Work’ @chladek tweet

... a post-Paris Photo 2015, early December tweet 

Josef Chladek, the indefatigable photobook presenter at Virtual Bookshelf, offered ‘Body of Work’ very kind approval:

“One of the most stunning and beautiful books in a long time, Bruce Connew ‘Body of Work’.”

 

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2015-12-30

‘Body of Work’ in stock!

... available at these splendid bookshops

PhotoBookStore, Kent  (video preview)

Le Bal Books, Paris

Libraire 7L, Paris

L’Ascenseur Végétal, Bordeaux

Café Lehmitz Photobooks, Cologne

Tipi Bookshop, Brussels

Vapour Momenta Books, Auckland

 

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‘Body of Work’ was published and signed during Paris Photo 2015, first at Le Bal, November 12, and again, Friday 13, at Café Lehmitz Photobooks aboard Polycopies, just before an awful madness came upon Paris ... pre-orders have shipped from France, while the stash for New Zealand has just arrived.

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