POLYCOPIES Book Market on the boat Concorde Atlantique in Paris
Posted on November 12, 2014 by Julia Schiller
PARIS, a boat by the river, a coffee shop and a terrace, and 35 photobook publishers from all over the world!
These are some of the ingredients Polycopies has mixed together hoping to create a book market with a festival-like atmosphere. This first edition of this « salon des livres » is taking place on the boat Concorde-Atlantique below the Musée D’Orsay.
During four days, running parallel to the Paris Photo fair, these 35 publishers will bring you a large selection of newly published books, organizing numerous meetings and signings with photographers.
Bateau Concorde Atlantique
Berges de Seine – Port de Solferino
Wednesday 12 November 12:00 – 20:00
Thursday 13 November 11:00 – 21:00
Friday 14 November 11:00 – 21:00
Saturday 15 November 11:00 – 19:00
Akina books (It), Akio Nagasawa Publishing (Jp), Anomalas (Es), Artbeat publishers (Jp), B-B-B-Books (Se), Café Lehmitz Photobooks (De), Ca l’Isidret Edicions (Es), Dalpine (Es), Dienacht (De), Editions Bessard (Fr), Einer books (No), Fw: books (Nl), Fourteen-nineteen (Gb), Stephen Gill & Nobody (Gb), GRAF publishers (Jp), Gwinzegal (Fr), Here press (Gb), Journal (Se), Kaido books (Jp), Kaleid éditions (Gb), Kaunas gallery (Lt), Krakow Photomonth (Pl), Lannoo publishers (Be), Éditions du LIC (No), Hermann Lohss (De), Oodee (Gb), Phree (Es), Poursuite éditions (Fr), Rorhof (It), Shadow Lab (No), Skinnerboox (It), Sittcomm (Sk), Spector books (De), STET (Pt), Trolley books (Gb), Zen Foto (Jp).
Polycopies is a project by Laurent Chardon and Sebastian Hau.
Another recommended event within Polycopies on Friday 14 NOV, hosted by Ángel Luis González Fernández, Director of PhotoIreland Festival:
Whiskey en Seine at Polycopies!
Book signings at 2pm:
- Kate Nolan, Neither.
- Yvette Monahan, The Time of Dreaming the World Awake.
- Shane Lynam with Thisse Loïc launching Selektor Magazine issue 2.
- David Farrell, The Swallowing Tree.
- Selected items from The Library Project bookshop.