December 15th, 2008. Trinidad Carrillo exhibition and interview.

Trinidad Carrillo has a solo exhibition at Revolver Galeria in Lima, Peru titled "Ronda de Brujas". December 12th to January 17th.
There is an interview with Carrillo by Natasha Christia in the winter issue of 1000 Words Photography Magazine where she discusses her work with Naini and the Sea of Wolves.

The final copies of Carrillo's book and the poster from the Utrecht event are now available from the Utrecht webshop.


December 3rd, 2008. Farewell Books at Utrecht, Tokyo.



Utrecht and Farewell Books are proud to present the book that won the Swedish Photobook Award of 2008, Naini and the Sea of Wolves by Trinidad Carrillo. Please join us at Utrecht's new project space in Aoyama, Tokyo for a chance to purchase one of the very last 100 copies of the book.

A poster has been designed for this event and will be given to everyone who buys the book. If you are unable to attend, don't worry, the books will be made available from the Utrecht website.

NOW IDeA by Utrecht
201, 5-3-8, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
December 9 - 14
Opening reception December 9, 19:00 - 21:00
Open every day, 12:00 - 20:00
Click here for more info. Map in English available here. Welcome!


November 23rd, 2008. Naini and the Sea of Wolves sold out.

Trinidad Carrillo's Naini and the Sea of Wolves is now sold out in the Farewell store. The last 100 copies will be sold at an event organised by Farewell and Utrecht in Tokyo in December. More information will be available soon.


September 27th, 2008. Swedish Photobook Award to Trinidad Carrillo.

Farewell Books is very proud to announce that Trinidad Carrillo's book Naini and the Sea of Wolves has won the Swedish Photobook Award of 2008. The jury awarded Carrillo for her images that are "both distinct and quietly mysterious" at the Gothenburg Book Fair earlier this week. More information (in Swedish) can be found here.


September 10th, 2008. Swedish Photobook Award.

Trinidad Carrillo's Naini and the Sea of Wolves has been nominated for the Swedish Photobook Award. The winner will be announced at the Gothenburg Book Fair on the 25th of September. More information (in Swedish) can be found here.


August 21st, 2008. New book by Trinidad Carrillo.



Farewell Books is proud to announce the publication of a new book, Naini and the Sea of Wolves by Trinidad Carrillo. With Carrillo's daughter Naini as the story's main character, the book describes a world of poetic reality, where dream and memory are intertwined.
Naini and the Sea of Wolves is now available from the Farewell store.


June 21st, 2008. Woodland, Machina and Studio Voice.

Mårten Lange's Woodland and Machina are sold out in the Farewell store. Copies may still be available at bookshops around the world. Please examine the links.

The July issue of Studio Voice is focusing on independent publishers and Farewell Books is featured, together with Nieves, Seems, J&L and many more.


March 25th, 2008. New book by Wakaba Noda.



Farewell Books is proud to present its fifth publication, Making A Map by Wakaba Noda.
Trying to create a perfect place by assembling photographs of small wonders, Noda makes
a map of a world not defined by geography, but by the possibilities that photography offers.
Making A Map is Wakaba Noda's first book. It's now available from the store.

John Divola's As Far As I Could Get is sold out. Copies may still be available at
bookshops around the world. Please examine the links.


January 7th, 2008. LWES and Kiosk.

Magnus Gyllensten's Late Winter Early Spring is sold out. Copies may still be available at
bookshops around the world. Please examine the links.

Farewell is participating in an overwhelming group show curated by Christoph Keller
titled Kiosk: Modes of Multiplication. The show features over 6000 publications from around
400 independent art publishers. The exhibition takes place at Galerie Art & Essai, Rennes,
France and opens January the 24th.


January 1st, 2008. New book by John Divola.

  

Farewell is proud to present its fourth publication, As Far As I Could Get by John Divola.
The series were made in 1996 and 1997. Running as far as he could during the ten
seconds the camera's self-timer allowed, Divola creates a meditation on time and mortality.
As Far As I Could Get is Divola's fifth book. It's now available from the Farewell store.

Woodland and Machina by Mårten Lange have been reprinted. Also available from the store.