Offline Journal - back-issues

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  • Offline Journal - back-issues

Please note that issues #002 - #004 had a limited print run of 150 copies per issue. Only those issues with copies still available will be listed below.

Use the pull-down menu near bottom of page to select the issue # you wish to order.

Contents of each issue are listed below.

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ISSUE #001
Published October 2018
(Launched at The EYE International Photography Festival in Aberystwyth)
150 copies
A4 Full colour
24 pages
Cover image by Dan Wood

(Ships to UK only)

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Contents:

Introduction
by Daniel Meadows

Here and Now
Photographer and educator Paul Cabuts argues for us to get out more and discuss photography in Wales.

4 EYES
Founder and Director Glenn Edwards reflects on eight years of staging the biennial EYE International Photography Festival.

Nailing it: Self-initiated projects
Three photographers outline their approach to shooting and completing their own projects

'Gap in the Hedge' - Book Review
Photographer Ellie Hopkins gives her take on Dan Wood's new book.

On the Wall: Independent Photography Galleries
Five small photography galleries in (and near) Wales discuss their approach and offerings.

On the Shelf: Wales at the Martin Parr Foundation
Martin Parr discusses what he's looking for in building his bookshelf dedicated to photography about Wales.

Wales photographers in Café Royal Books
Publisher Craig Atkinson on his respected UK archive and titles by photographers in Wales.

The Newport Documentary Photography Course
David Hurn reflects on starting and leaving the course.

Towards a Welsh Photography
Excerpts from Paul Cabuts paper written on the history of contemporary photography and Ffotogallery in Wales.

Progredior / Advance
Editor Brian Carroll asks if we need more discussion on photography in Wales.

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ISSUE #002
Published April 2019
150 copies
A4 Full colour
24 pages
Cover image by Matthew Eynon
(Ships to UK only)

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Contents:

Introduction
by Pete Davis

Watching the Collectives
Exploring the aims of seven photographer Collectives currently associated with Wales

CHAPEL
Interview with photographer Paul Cabuts on his new exhibition - his first in ten years

Chapel Studies
Two very different projects on Chapels and Faith by Christopher Hight and Matthew Eynon

(Welsh) Ways of Seeing
Ellie Hopkins on Welsh Photography

Photography at National Museum Wales
Interview with Bronwen Colquhoun on how three photography exhibitions have been received and what’s next for the new photography gallery in Cardiff

Altered States
Curator Geoff Young discusses the upcoming James Morris exhibition at Ffotogaleri y Gofeb

Diffusion 2019
Ffotogallery Director David Drake on the 2019 Diffusion Festival: ‘SOUND+VISION’

News & Events
News, upcoming photography events and shows

Progredior / Advance
Photographer and film-maker Robert Haines reflects on documenting small communities in ‘A Time in Wales’

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ISSUE #003 (SOLD OUT)
Published October 2019
150 copies
A4 Full colour
32 pages
Cover image by Nick Wynne
(Ships to UK only)

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Contents:

Introduction
by Eleri Griffiths

The Welsh Connection
Stephen Clarke reflects on his long association with Wales.

Black was the river, you see
Ellie Hopkins explores the third part of Dan Wood’s long-term project on the south Wales Valleys.

The Northern EYE Photography Festival
Festival organiser and curator Paul Sampson discusses the second event and programme.

Teifi
Photographic Artist Isabella Campbell on her three year Pembrokeshire project and inspiration.

Now and Then: Daniel Meadows
Photographer Niall McDiarmid reviews the new book celebrating Daniel Meadows’ archive and career.

With the History Books: Bodleian Library
Brian Carroll explores some of the history to Daniel Meadows’ archive with input from other fans.

The Rhyl Thrill: Philip Jones
A look at the work of the young Rhyl-based photographer.

Being Visible: Nick Wynne
Prolific and talented photographer Nick Wynne has never been published - until now.

Bristol goes BOP
A new Photobook Festival launches in Bristol in October.

Museum Cardiff: Photography Gallery reopens
Following maintenance, the National Museum presents not one but three new photography exhibitions in Cardiff.

News & Exhibitions
News, upcoming photography exhibitions and events.

Progredior / Advance
An update on happenings at Ffotogallery

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Offline Journal issue #004
Published April 2020
150 copies
A4 Full colour
32 pages
Cover image by Robert Law
(Ships to UK only)

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Contents:

Introduction
Glenn Edwards

Ynyshir: 25 Mile Radius / review
Brian Carroll goes behind the scenes of the recent David Hurn exhibition in the Rhondda village of Ynyshir.

ffotogaleri y gofeb
Owners and curators Diane Bailey and Geoff Young provide an update on the Machynlleth gallery’s ethos and activities to date.

Photography Season at National Museum Cardiff / review
Museum Cardiff continues its impressive run of photography exhibitions in Cardiff. Photographer Peter Evans takes a look.

The North Wales Project
Having just celebrated both their first birthday and group exhibition, Collective co-founder Robert Law reflects.

How Green was my Valley / review
Artist James Milne reviews the recent major exhibition of Valleys photographs by Ron McCormick in Newport.

To build an exhibition
Amanda Jackson discusses the exhibition journey to date for her ‘To Build a Home’ project based in Pembrokeshire.

Resistance Reimagined
Brian Carroll explores an impressive self-initiated photobook project with creator and Cinematographer Richard Greatrex.

the*kickplate*project
Curators Zosia Krasnowolska and Dafydd Williams discuss their mission to exhibit and promote photographic art in the Valleys.

News
News on recent photography projects in Wales.

Progredior / Advance
Ellie Hopkins on interpreting the photographic language of Documentary - old and new.

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Offline Journal issue #005
'The Photobook & Wales' - special issue
Published October 2020
150 copies
A4 Full colour
32 pages
Cover image by Paul Cabuts
(Ships to UK only)

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This is a special 3rd Birthday issue of Offline Journal which explores photography of and from Wales' relationship with the printed Photobook.
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#005 Contents:

Introduction: The Photobook & Wales
By co-editors Ellie Hopkins & Brian Carroll

Common Cause / photobook review
Paul Cabuts reflects on an influential Welsh photobook
published in 1982 and a theme still relevant today.

Return / Yn Ôl / photobook review
The photobook that accompanied a major exhibition at the
National Library of Wales is explored by Peter Evans.

Gallery Profile : Thru The Lens
Founder and curator Andra Milsome reflects on the first year
of her new photography gallery in Hay on Wye.

The Photobook & Wales : A Timeline
A selection of influential and distinct photobooks
linked to Wales, produced past and present.

Not Still / photobook review
The new and highly personal photobook by photographer
and educator Paul Cabuts is reviewed by Ellie Hopkins.

Reconnaissance - Wales / photobook review
Brian Carroll shares the story behind an extraordinary
Koudelka photobook and exhibitions that accompanied it.

New & Forthcoming photobooks: 2020 onwards
Offline looks at photobooks and self-published zines being
produced in Wales during - and despite - the Lockdown.

Progredior / Advance
Photographer Rhodri Jones reflects on his own
experiences in publishing his work, and looks forward to his
next photobook.