Book Presentation & Talk: Marc Vallée's Zines

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Photographer Marc Vallée is introducing his latest Photozines.
 

 

three zines on tABLE

Book Presentation & Talk: Marc Vallée's Zines

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Photographer Marc Vallée is introducing his latest Photozines.
 

 

This event is part of our Past Programme

Marc Vallée is in conversation with Diarmuid Hester focussing on his publications Number Thirteen, Millbank and that Van and When I was at Art School in the 90s. 
Plus Jamie Atherton is reading  his foreword from When I was at Art School in the 90s.

A book signing will take place after the talk.

Marc Vallée is a London-based documentary photographer whose work is focused on contemporary youth culture within the context of the neoliberal city.  Marc’s prints are held in public and private collections including the Museum of London. Tate Britain, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), the Museum of London and the Martin Parr Foundation hold his zines and photobooks in their collections. 

Diarmuid Hester is a radical cultural historian, writer, performer and author of WRONG: A Critical Biography of Dennis Cooper. 

Jamie Atherton is an artist working with performance, writing, drawing and video. He is the founder and editor of Failed States, a journal that collates and investigates ideas around place. Jamie is interested in the publishing process’ potential for research, collaboration, assembly and dissemination.