Video selected for SlideLuck PotShow Barcelona VII and showed at Patí Llimona in Barcelona on March 14, 2013.
Just starting a new Instagram Compilations series, named Photography is Over, presented this time as short videos with music. First one is named Requiem Eterna.
Today, in Barcelona art center “Cercle Artístic de Sant Lluc”, a new book about “Catalan Contemporary Photography” is presented to public. It’s a book edited by Fundació Lluís Carulla, included in their Nadales collection, and coordinated by David Balsells.
Includes images and articles explaining Catalan photography from the 70s to actuality, with texts by David Balsells, Juan Naranjo, Cristina Zelich, Rafael Lavenfeld, Pierre Borham and Joan Fontcuberta. The article by Fontcuberta, a well known international photographer and curator, talks about a “Post-Photography Visual Culture” and includes an image from Jordi V. Pou Kokovoko project as well as a written reference to it.
Book is in Catalan Language, you can get a copy ordering it at Fundació Lluís Carulla website. It’s a nonprofit foundation, so only a willed is asked. Soon all the book will also be available as a PDF for download.
UPDATE: We have the PDF of the article by Joan Fontcuberta. “Una cultura visual postfotogràfica” (Thanks Roc Herms for sharing it)
BBC Mundo, the BBC website in Spanish, just published an article by Anahí Aradas named “Smartphonography, the art of communicating with pictures“. It’s an article about how smartphone photography is being used actually. Includes part of an interview with Jordi V. Pou and one of his Kokovoko project Images.
Just starting a new series named New Photography. Each one will be shaped as a book and will include a compilation of images found in social sharing sites or apps in internet. All selections done by Jordi V. Pou.
First one is named #BrokenNose and includes a selection of one hundred images shared in instagram including a broken nose. View it full screen for a better experience.
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DPRConnect has just published an article by Anton Kawasaki, an internationally well known mobile photographer, named “2012: The year in mobile photography“. It’s a very interesting resume of what 2012 has bring to mobile photography, including achievements and events.
So happy to say it includes a reference to Jordi V. Pou Kokovoko exhibition in Lleida, some quotes from myself, and an image of Kokovoko project. Thanks Anton.
Please read the article in English at DPRConnect.
Today, Oct. 15th 2012, marks three years of Jordi V. Pou’s Kokovoko project. Posting at least a new image daily project is still going on with no closing date scheduled. Thanks to everyone who has been supporting this project during this long three years.
Have a look at all what has happen with the project since that day in the Out of The Blog section in the main blog site. You’ll find lots of info and links there.
Next Thursday, Oct. 18th, Jordi V. Pou will be at La Parada Gallery, in Barcelona, talking about his 3 years old Kokovoko project.
From 19pm we will talk about mobile photography about how everything is changing now, and how will all this affect to traditional areas of photography. It will also be a good moment to buy one of the last units of the La Parada opening limited edition of one of Jordi V. Pou prints and his exhibition catalog.
On Saturday September 15th a new photography+books gallery opens in Barcelona. It’s a very special Gallery, named La Parada, located in a public street Market. From the opening day there will be work by six photographers for sale. And a lot of activities around the gallery, including weekly meetings with each one of the photographers.
Included photographers are Blanca Viñas, Jordi Alcaraz, Jordi Oliver, Lola Montserrat, Alberto Polo Iàñez and Jordi V. Pou. There will be a selection of up to twenty different Kokovoko prints for sale.
And a very special surprise. Only during the opening day, yes! only for one day!, a special limited edition of one of the Jordi V. Pou Kokovoko photographs will be for sale. A 50 prints limited edition, each one at a price of only 20€, and with the Kokovoko exhibition catalog included as a present. So if you are in Barcelona on that concrete day don’t miss it, it’s a one day offer!!
And if you visit Barcelona someday don’t forget to pay a visit to La Parada!!