NOCTURNES by AM Projects

‘AM projects’ consists of Aaron McElroy, Daisuke Yokota, Ester Vonplon, Gert Jochems, Olivier Pin-Fat and Tiane Doan na Champassak.

⤑ TIME Magazine chooses 'NOCTURNES' by AM Projects as one of the "Photobooks We Loved in 2012"
⤑ Selected by Photo-Eye as one of the best books of the year
⤑ Included the photobook installation of the ICP TRIENNAL at the International Center of Photography in New York and displayed at the Les Rencontres d'Arles
⤑ One of only 15 books of the exhibition “Reading a Photobook” in St. Petersburg, among authors / photographers like Cristina De Middel, Taryn Simon, Alec Soth or Erik Kessels

NOCTURNES is a unique boxed set of 6 books by the new photography group ‘AM projects’ and published by dienacht Publishing. This book is printed using different papers for each photo essay – one even has an enormous fold-out poster. It is a landmark in photobook production.

NOCTURNES is the first ‘AM’ project and explores 6 different photographic journeys into ‘the night’.

Six books with silkscreened covers in slipcase | offset printing | different papers, different bindings | silkscreened (phosphorescent + white) fold-out booklet surrounding the slipcase | ca. 20 x 26 cm | 224 pages + poster | 600 copies | Designed by FLUUT | 72 €

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