Self-published Selection

Thanks to everyone who participated in the open call!
We were thrilled to have received over 100 exciting photo book applications.

The final selection presented at TheLibrary will include the following artists and books:

Jocelyn Allen
Reality of Youth Going Backwards in Vain

Tawan Arun
the long way toward south

José Bacelar
(O)Porto

Vivian Bax
Enforced Encounters

Lemia Monet Bodden and Nick Carbonaro
Respond & Rebuild: A Rockaway Portrait

Stéphanie Bonn
Je vous salue Marie

Stanislav Bříza
Hitchhike US

Stephan Bögel
Scenic Utah

Giorgio Caione
She Dreamt about a Valley in the Caucasus

Cédric Calandraud
Viral Lie

Camille Carbonaro
Mouni Mouni
J’ai arraché mon premier cheveu blanc
POMAKS

Damien Daufresne & Marie Sordat
rumeurs

Sarah Diekmann
Ordnung der Dinge – für Dich für Morgen
Warten Auf dem Standesamt
Die Trennung meiner Eltern

Anna Eckold
Pearl Divers

Teresa Eng
Speaking of scars
Self Portrait

Patricia Escriche
Desvelos

Jonas Feige
Nacht auf der Sonne

Rinske Former
“It’s beautiful when it flies”

Ayala Gazit
You Don’t Say
Was it a Dream

Lena Gudd
Traces

Brittney Hollinger
Youthquake

Hervé Humbert
Natalie, 2007

Peter Jaunig
Japan is veiled

Zeynep Kayan
untitled

Stefan Klein
Vacuum

Christoph Kohlmann
Weltreise

Dagmar Kolatschny
en generale

Ellen Korth
CHARKOW

Brigit Krause
cups and balls

Svitlana Levchenko
Message

Lisa McCarty
Circles

Nikola Mihov
Hello and welcome to Paris

Wataru Murakami
Himi City

Aleksey Myakishev
Vyatka

Hilde Pank
things + kings

Piotr Pietrus
Jozio

Prophit Art Zine

Christian Reister
Alle Katzen Grau

Felipe Russo
Centro

Lukasz Rusznica
The most important I do not tell you at all

Christoph Schilder
Vater

Sabine Schründer
Eva-04

Anne Schwalbe
Wiese XXI-XLVIII

Nico Silberfaden
738

Jolanda Todt
Zuhause – Ein Haus und seine Bewohner

Dorothee Waldenmaier
Archiv Naturabbildungen

Sarah Walzer
Junge Siegerin

M. Earl Williams
Twenty-six Gasoline Stations in Grand Theft Auto V

Emma Wilson
Some of My Handywork

Jan Zapper
Albania: Living in Oblivion