Misha Kominek founded Kominek Gallery in 2008 and he represents emerging and established artist such as Bryan Schutmaat, Daisuke Yokota, Mark Steinmetz or Greg Girard. Under the imprint of Kominek Books he has also published books by Alec Soth, Viviane Sassen, Rinko Kawauchi or Senta Simond. Kominek operates an artist residency based in Berlin and East Poland, focusing on experimental book making.
Tiffany Jones is the founder of Overlapse, a London-based photobook imprint started in 2015 while researching ‘Dynamics of the Photobooks Market’ for her MA in Publishing with Oxford Brookes University. With over 30 years dedicated to arts publishing and photojournalism, she is an editor, designer, researcher and educator working with global programmes and institutions. She collaborates in tandem with photographers and artists to communicate through the making of unique, desirable, and beautifully produced books. Subjects and stories address social, cultural, and environmental issues, and highlight enduring and universal themes connected to human experience. Some notable publications include You can call me Nana by Will Harris (finalist, 2021 Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation Awards), A Parallel Road by Amani Willett (top 10 photobooks of 2021, David Campany for ICP), and Beyond Drifting: Imperfectly Known Animals by Mandy Barker (nominated for the 2018 Deutsche Börse Foundation Prize) www.overlapse.com
Pedro Guimarães (1977, Portugal, lives and works in Lisbon, Portugal) is a visual artist with a MA (Photographic Studies) from the University of Westminster in London (2009-2010) and Degree in Computer Systems Engineering from the University of Minho (2008). Co-founder of the publishing house and bookstore 'XYZ Books' (2014), specialising in the dissemination and editing of artist books, independent publications and photography books. He also directs the cultural space 'A Ilha', a community-oriented project located in Lisbon whose main mission is to promote exchanges between other international entities, collective or individual, and the local artistic community itself, whether through the organisation of artistic residencies but also through the production of diverse cultural events, such as exhibitions and workshops. Since 2001 he has collaborated regularly as a photographer with several international magazines and newspapers, such as the Daily Telegraph, The Financial Times, The New York Times, The Guardian, among others.
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