European Book representation – Anzenberger Gallery bookshop

I am very excited to announce that my limited edition artist book 'Middle Ground' is now available in Europe though the Anzenberger Gallery Bookshop! This Vienna (Austria) bookshop is run by the wonderful and talented gallerist and bookmaker Regina Maria Anzenberger. It is a real pleasure to work with her and her gallery team as... Continue Reading →

Morolo – An Italian urban landscape

Morolo, Italy (Ciociaria) copyright Douglas Stockdale 2010 While preparing to make another book announcement or two, I realized that it has been 10 years since my first book Ciociaria was published by Edizioni Punctum. Cool! Also realized that it's been almost as long as I have checked on the status of my social media and... Continue Reading →

Middle Ground – reimagined

Middle Ground, limited edition artist book, copyright Douglas Stockdale I am very excited to 'relaunch' the selling of Middle Ground, my limited edition artist book that I self-published in 2018. I have already sold half of the edition, but then I placed the promotion and sales effort on Hold in 2019. I have come to... Continue Reading →

Anxiety as an investigative narrative

Middle Ground series Copyright Douglas Stockdale First, I have to admit that this has been an interesting year, with the start of this horrific COVID-19 pandemic, the need to stay at home during quarantine and eliminating most social contacts. Coupled with new adventures in Zoom and other means of distant personal connections. I think we... Continue Reading →

Anxiety in the Aftermath of War

copyright Douglas Stockdale I have been working on a book project, Instant Nomad, in which I am reflecting on the broader context of anxiety and how that seems to haunt me in little ways. Interestingly, I was in full scale development of my war aftermath project, Gardening for Ordnance, that due to the pandemic I... Continue Reading →

Tighter Edit

Instant Nomad #4065 copyright Douglas Stockdale Editing a body of work and paring it down to manageable size is always daunting. I recall that while working on my book Ciociaria, I started with over 4,000 images and my initial goal was to distill that down to 100 for the final edit by the publisher. While... Continue Reading →

Book Cover Comp – What the Font?

I am currently in the midst of finalizing my book concept for Instant Nomad, my investigation of travel and anxiety, as I mentioned in my last post about testing photographs in my book-dummy. I have had some ideas of what my book cover might look like, but now realize that it was time to get... Continue Reading →

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