Connecting book lovers with photographers
and publishers


Bryan Schutmaat
International Key Note 


Bryan Schutmaat is a Texas-based photographer whose work has been widely exhibited and published in the United States and abroad. He has
won numerous awards, including
the Aperture Portfolio Prize, Center’s Galllerist Choice Award, and the Daylight Photo Award, among
many others.


Yumi Goto
International Guest

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Yumi Goto is an independent photography curator, editor, researcher and consultant who focuses on the development of cultural exchanges that transcend borders. She collaborates with local and international artists who work in areas affected by conflict, natural disasters, social problems and human rights abuses.

Carolle Bénitah
International Key Note 

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French/Moroccan photographer Carolle Bénitah spent ten years working as a fashion designer before deciding to study photography in 2001. She has graduated from École Nationale Supérieure de Photographie, Arles and lives and works in Marseilles, France.



Perimeter Books
International Guest


Perimeter Books is a specialist bookstore and platform for various art publishing endeavours in Melbourne, Australia. Directors Dan Rule and Justine Ellis stock a curated selection of local and international small press, art, photography, architecture and design publications; exhibiting publishers and contemporary artists with an interest in the printed form.

Katrin Koenning
International Key Note


Katrin Koenning is a German photographic and moving image artist with a particular interest in our physical and emotional connection to place
and environment. Her photographs
have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions internationally, including Athens Photo Festival, FORMAT, Noorderlicht and PhotoIreland. 

Jem Southam
International Key Note

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Jem Southam, born in Bristol in 1950, is one of the UK's leading photographers. He is renowned for his series of colour landscape photographs, beginning in the 1970s and continuing until the present. His trademark is the patient observation of changes at a single location over many months or years.