BOP Bristol 19 is a brand new photobook festival hosted by Martin Parr Foundation and The Royal Photographic Society, which will be based at Paintworks, Bristol. It brings together a diverse range of photobook publishers from the UK and Europe and is supported by a programme of talks over the two days.
BOP Bristol 19 will provide an opportunity for photographers and collectors to seek out new books directly from publishers and artists, secure recently published and established titles, as well as meet many of the photographers behind the books. BOP Bristol 19 includes many of the key publishers in the photobook industry, including Hoxton Mini Press, MACK and Loose Joints.
Book signings will take place throughout the festival, with the lineup available shortly.
The weekend also includes an extensive programme of talks including Stephen Gill, Mark Power, Jack Latham, Poulomi Basu, and Liz Hingley. They will discuss their work with a particular focus on recent projects. The full lineup and tickets are available here.
Entry to the book fair is free, artist talks are ticketed.
Download the BOP Bristol 19 Programme here.
Local Bristol brewery Lost and Grounded will have a pop up bar at the festival and food stalls will be on site.
Publishers showcasing work at BOP Bristol 19 –
Archive of Modern Conflict
Cafe Royal Books
Fistful of Books
Hoxton Mini Press
IC Visual Labs
Jane & Jeremy
Martin Parr Foundation
Royal Photographic Society
University of Westminster
Book signings are as follows, with more to be announced
SATURDAY 19 OCT
Jack Latham – 11.45am at Here Press
Grace Lau – 1.15pm at Martin Parr Foundation
Dougie Wallace – 1.30pm at Dewi Lewis
Martin Parr – 1.30pm at Martin Parr Foundation
David Moore – 3.30pm at Makina Books
Paul Hart – 3.45pm at Dewi Lewis
Neil Drabble – 4.30pm at MACK
Aaron Schuman – 5.00pm at MACK
Ken Grant – 5.00pm at Journal
SUNDAY 20 OCT
Poulomi Basu – 11.30am at Dewi Lewis
Liz Hingley – 1.00pm at GOST
Paul Reas – 2.00pm at GOST
Sophie Green – 2.45pm at Loose Joints
Lisa Barnard – 3.30pm at MACK
Mark Power – 4.00pm at GOST
19.10.2019 / 10.00 to 19.00
20.10.2019 / 10.00 to 17.00
entry to the festival is free
tickets for artist talks here