Past Events

Friday 17 November

Raymond Meeks will be signing books at Micamera, Milan to celebrate the launch of The Inhabitants, a work that brings together photography and an extended poem by George Weld to reflect on the effects of migrant life through spaces of temporary dwelling and transit across the border terrains between Spain and France, and France and the UK.

Saturday 18 November

Jim Goldberg will be in conversation with co-director of Le Bal, Diane Dufour to mark the publication of Coming and Going, a unique work of autobiography in which history, memory and imagination collide to reflect upon the bittersweet realities of individual life. The event will include a book signing.

Thursday 30 November

Keisha Scarville will be in conversation with poet and visual artist Pamela Sneed to celebrate the launch of her debut monograph lick of tongue, rub of finger, on soft wound. Moving between practice and archival material by bringing together imagery, passages from books, collage and film stills, the artist's book reflects on what it means to create new genealogies by disrupting conventional, linear histories.

Wednesday 20 September 

Join Thomas Demand and Anders Byriel in conversation with Jeni Porter to celebrate the launch of The Triple Folly, a rich collaboration between artist Thomas Demand, architects Caruso St John and textile makers Kvadrat.
Friday 15 September 

Join Torbjørn Rødland at Bildband, Berlin to mark the launch of his new book The Pregnant Virgin. This highly-anticipated new series of photographs reveal Rødland’s signature style, negotiating the tensions between reality and archetype and recalling everyday life in intensely physical and opaquely elusive scenes. The launch event will include a book signing. 

Saturday 16 September

Join us for an evening with Sofia Coppola to celebrate the launch of her new book Archive. In conversation with Lynn Hirschberg, Coppola will discuss this remarkable new publication, which offers an intimate, personally annotated, behind-the-scenes encounter with her eight films to date. This event will be hosted in The Great Hall located in the Foundation Building at Cooper Union at 7 East 7th Street between Third & Fourth Avenue.