Come and see Gignoux Photos at Fiebre in Madrid from September 23rd to 25th. Fiebre is the first and only festival in Spain dedicated to the photobook. This year will be the tenth edition of the festival and will take place in at the Glass Gallery of CentroCentro, an open space of 2,800 square metres in the Palacio de Cibeles.
Gignoux Photos will be offering for sale the last remaining editions of their award-winning zine, Oil Sands, as well as copies of Appalachia: From Mountaintops to Moonscapes, launched last year in Glasgow during COP26 and this year in May at the Photographer’s Gallery in London. Reviews of Mountaintops to Moonscapes have recently been published by Douglas Stockdale in The Photobook Journal and Cary Benbow in FStop Magazine and a short review by Colin Pantall’s round-up in Source will shortly hit newsstands.
We are proud to announce that we will also be launching Monuments, a collaboration between Alan Gignoux and photographer Chloe Juno that commemorates the villages in Germany being lost to the continued expansion of surface coal mining. Chloe has been a member of the Gignoux Photos team for six years, working as a creative consultant, a role combining curating, picture editing, and exhibition and book design. We are excited to see her talents as a photographer combined with Alan’s in this new publication, Gignoux Photos’ first collaborative photobook.