Barter Books, Alnwick. Back in April 1991, and in the face of a rather large overdraft, Mary Manley decided to open a secondhand bookshop - one that would be based on the swap system and called Barter Books. Her husband, Stuart, immediately took to the idea and suggested that Mary open the shop in the front room of what was then his small manufacturing plant, located in Alnwick’s magnificent old Victorian railway station. From that time a joint partnership was formed that would eventually result in what the New Statesman magazine would call ‘The British Library of secondhand bookshops’. It was where the original ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ WWII poster was rediscovered. (Photo by Dave Morris)
Animated Photography (Set of 4) by Jamila Hodges (On Tumblr)
More experimentation in terms of animating still imagery. I plan to develop and experiment with this technique to its full potential, but right now I’m just enjoying exploring the possibilities.
My Tumblr: www.intooishun.tumblr.com
(Beautiful Photo’s courtesy of Nigel Howe /Flickr)
exposition du 15 nov. 2012 au 29 nov. 2012
Espace des Arts Sans Frontières
44 rue Bouret Paris 19e