Wednesday, November 5, 7pm

tinyvices Aperture Book Series Launch

RVCA, Hope Gallery, and Family Bookstore are proud to announce two nights of tinyvices events.

Family Bookstore hosts a slideshow presentation by Tim Barber to launch the tinyvices-curated series through Aperture books.

The Book Launch at Family presents the tinyvices series Barber curated for Aperture Books, featuring five separate volumes, limited to 1,000 copies per edition. The series reflects the loose spirit of the website and offers a range of styles and approaches to photography - Kenneth Cappello's casual snapshots of the skate scene of his youth, Allan Macintyre's rigorous investigations of geological activity, Jason Nocito's playful groupings of disparate images, Robin Schwartz's disquieting portraits of her daughter and Jaimie Warren's theatrical self-portraits. Each book is introduced by a prominent artist, writer or curator. Artists included: Kenneth Cappello * Allan Macintyre * Jason Nocito * Robin Schwartz * Jaimie Warren

An exhibition of TV Books artists at Hope Gallery - Thursday Nov 6.
1547 Echo Park Ave, 90028.

The exhibition will include an installation of new books, photographs, drawings, and paintings by 17 TV Books authors: Aurel Schmidt * Santiago Mostyn * Brad Phillips * Ben Schumacher * Jason Nocito * Gordon Hull * Julia Burlingham * Mark Delong * Tim Barber * Kim Krans * Lachance, Noble & Comeau * Chris Dorland * Patrick Griffin * Michael Schmelling * Jason Mathew Lee

Tim Barber, 29, grew up in Amherst Massachusetts, lived for a few years in the mountains of Northern Vermont, went to school in Vancouver B.C. and now lives in New York City. A photographer, curator, publisher and designer, Barber runs the online gallery, where visitors are encouraged to submit their photographs and artwork. He launched the independent publishing house TV Books in 2008, producing unique books, artists monographs, zines and posters and recently curated a series of five photography books published by the Aperture Foundation in the fall of 2008.

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