Tereza Kozinc and Klavdij Sluban, 7 am, 2023 / detail
Arles Books Fair 2023
Rencontres d'Arles / France Photobook
July 4–8, 2023
Arles, France

At the invitation of the Rencontres d’Arles, France PhotoBook is once again organizing the 2023 Arles Books Fair, at l’École nationale supérieure de la photographie and le Collège Saint-Charles. Dedicated to the richness and variety of publishing practices, this event will be punctuated by a program of meetings with photographers and authors. Arles Books Fair will bring together some fifty international publishing houses.

France PhotoBook federates the main independent French publishing houses of photography books. Supported by the French Ministry of Culture, the association currently brings together 29 publishing houses, united to defend creative publishing and to ensure that photography books are recognized as a publishing field in their own right.

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