Open Book: Christian Patterson + Paul Schiek

The pair talks about publishing and why print isn't dead, ahead of the New York Art Book Fair

In our third and final installment of interviews surrounding art book publishing, which leads into the New York Art Book Fair this weekend, we talked to Christian Patterson—the artist behind one of the most successful photographic books in years “Redheaded Peckerwood”—and photographer Paul Schiek—founder of the Oakland, CA-based independent publishing company TBW Books. TBW is known for its quarterly limited-edition project “Subscription Series,” which invites …

Open Book: John Jenkins of DECODE

The second installment in our series of interviews with small publishers delves into the changing landscape of print media

In the second installment of our series of interviews with small art book publishers leading up to the New York Art Book Fair running from 20-22 September, CH chatted with John Jenkins of Seattle-based DECODE. Jenkins weighs in on the ability of crowd-funding to engage with readers in ways like never before—sometimes even driving the direction of content. How did you get your start in …

Open Book: Taj Forer of Daylight Books

We interview the co-founder and editor for the first of our three-part series on small publishers ahead of the NY Art Book Fair

Like so many businesses today, the publishing industry is facing new challenges due to rapidly changing technologies. With the New York Art Book Fair taking place on 20-22 September, we chatted with three art book publishers about how they do what they do—and why they do it. Our first discussion is with Taj Forer, co-founder and editor of Daylight Books, a non-profit organization based in …