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About APE (Art Paper Editions) is an independent publishing platform.
APE was founded in 2010 by Jurgen Maelfeyt and Caroline De Malsche and focusses on the book as an exhibition space. [email protected] 80B9000, Gent Belgium Idea Books RIOT (Ghent) Wiels (Brussels) Théophile's Papers (Brussels) Copyright bookshop (Ghent & Antwerp) Tipi Bookshop (Brussels) Printed Matter (NY) Dashwood Books (NY) MAST Books (NY) ICP (NY) MOCA Bookstore (LA) Ooga Booga (LA) Family Books (LA) Ampersand (Portland) Photo Eye (Santa Fe) Théophile's Papers (Paris) Librairie Yvon Lambert (Paris) & : Christophe daviet-thery éditions et livres (Paris) L'Ascenseur Végétal (Bordeaux) Duo Bookshop (Paris) Le Bal (Paris) Colette (Paris) The Photographers’ Gallery (London) Tipitin (London) Village (Leeds) Choisi (Lugano) Stet (Lisbon) Motto (Berlin) Bon Gout (Berlin) Books People Places (Berlin) Atheneum (Amsterdam) Weekender (Amsterdam) Printroom (Rotterdam) Foam (Amsterdam) Monsterkamer (Amsterdam) Ritmo (Catania) Micamera (Milan) Sternthal (Montréal) Workingtitleshop (Toronto) Perimeter Books (Melbourne) With text contributions by Michael Newman, Laura Stamps and Christophe Van Gerrewey.
Both authors created their own stories, in which they allowed small details, fleeting moments and interactions with and among people, objects and performances.
All possible ingredients were treated as of equal value.
Whatever I discovered, observed or ignored, influenced my next observation.
The longer I was on the road, the more the qualities and materials of this country burned into my photography.
What seems aesthetically pleasing to the Western eye has a functional significance for the Japanese.
From this, Spierenburg created an artist’s book which shows the richness of textures, artifacts, traditional as well as modern architecture in an idiosyncratic mood.
The photographs shed light on how Japanese culture manifests itself in its craftsmanship.
Veronika Spierenburg: “The medium of photography in Japan was for me the function of a sketchbook, a drawing eye.
‘My Maasai’ is an initiative of Jan Hoek, in collaboration with Kenyan based photographers; Sarah Waiswa (Uganda), Joel Lukhovi (Kenya), Mohammed Althoum (Sudan) as well as students of the De-Capture Limited School of Photography.
AFTER THE MIDST ‘After the midst’ is anything but a report of an arts festival.Just as well, interventions were flagrant – nonsensical bursts of euphoria and decadence.