A pop-up store at the Fisheye Gallery

04 December 2018   •  
Written by Lou Tsatsas
A pop-up store at the Fisheye Gallery

From December 12th to 22nd, the Fisheye Gallery will turn into a pop-up store. On the menu: a selection of photo book publishers, signature sessions… An event not to be missed!

For ten days, from December 12th to 22nd, the Fisheye Gallery will display a selection of photographic books. On the menu, Charlotte Abramow’s first bookMaurice – tristesse et rigolade, published by Fisheye, a signature of the book Joe’s Road, by Maud Chalard and Théo Gosselin, an exclusive set of risography prints by Sandrine Elberg, and many more surprises to discover. This pop-up store also offers the opportunity to (re)discover the magazine’s archives, and to spend a friendly moment with the photographers and the Fisheye team a few days before Christmas.

This year, The (M) Editions, Filigranes Editions, Chose Commune, RGB Books and Diaphane Editions will participate in this ephemeral bookstore. The works of Thibault Lévêque, Théo Gosselin, Maud Chalard, Jean Christian Bourcart and Manon Lanjouère will also be added to the pop-up store. If you are a fan of Charlotte Abramow, the young photographer will be there to sign her book on December 18th, from 5 to 9 pm, the occasion to have a chat with her. This Pop-up store will delight photo book lovers as well as curious passers-by.

Visit the Facebook event, and meet us at the Fisheye Gallery, 2 rue de l’Hôpital Saint-Louis, 75010 Paris, from December 12th!

© Charlotte Abramow

© Charlotte Abramow

© Sandrine Elberg

© Sandrine Elberg

© Thibault Lévêque

© Thibault Lévêque

© Maud Chalard et Théo Gosselin

© Maud Chalard et Théo Gosselin

Image d’ouverture: © Thibault Lévêque

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