harley weir's limited edition photography zine

Photographer Harley Weir’s photo stories of the five inspirational creative women featured in each film will be published as a limited edition photography zine that will be freely distributed at select locations in London, Paris, LA and Tokyo. 

An intimate body of work, the zine forms a scrapbook of the five cities Harley travelled to across the world to shoot each woman. Starting in Paris, Harley meets the French-Moroccan actress Oulaya Amamra who trained as a boxer to prepare for a role in her latest film, Divines. The lens is next turned on photographer Momo Okabe, whose photobooks document her former lover's transition from female to male in Tokyo. 17-year-old performance poet Zariya Allen, who writes with a wisdom beyond her years about love, lust and teenage desire, is documented in Los Angeles. Dancer Manthe Ribane who returns to the streets of Soweto in Johannesburg from where she came to inspire a new generation to chase their dreams. And finally in Berlin, Harley encounters deaf artist Christine Sun Kim who challenges us to think of sound in an entirely different way and see the world from her extraordinary perspective.

Inspired by the intense, complex, sensual and strong femininity associated with CHANEL Nº5 fragrance, these series of still images provide an in-depth look into the rich cultures and lives of these five women, shot with Harley’s trademark evocative intimacy. 

Pick up a copy of the zine from one of the below locations

UK

  • Claire de Rouen Books
    First Floor, 125 Charing Cross Road,
    London, WC2H 0EW
  • DONLON BOOKS
    75 Broadway Market
    London, E8 4PH
  • Royal College of Art
    Student Union, Royal College of Art,
    Kensington Gore,
    London, SW7 2EU
  • Fruitmarket Gallery
    45 Market Street,
    Edinburgh, EH1 1DF
  • Leeds College of Art and Design
    Students Union Leeds College of Art,
    Blenheim Walk,
    Leeds, LS2 9AQ
  • Glasgow School of Art
    167 Renfrew Street,
    Glasgow, G3 6RQ
  • Chanel Spitalfields
    71 Brushfield St,
    London, E1 6AA
  • The Photographers Gallery
    16-18 Ramillies Street,
    London, W1F 7LW
  • Bar Story
    Stanlaye Alien, Bar Story,
    213 Blenheim Grove,
    London, SE15 4QL
  • Chelsea College of Arts
    16 John Islip Street,
    London, SW1P 4JU
  • ICA
    12 Carlton House Terrace,
    London, SW1Y 5AH
  • Central Saint Martins
    1 Granary Square,
    King's Cross,
    London, N1C 4AA
  • University of the Arts London Union
    272 High Holborn,
    London, WC1V 7EY
  • Dover Street Market
    18-22 Haymarket,
    London, SW1Y 4DG

PARIS

  • La Maison Européenne de la Photographie
    5/7 Rue de Fourcy - 75004 Paris
  • Librairie Yvon Lambert
    108 Rue Vieille du Temple - 75003 Paris
  • Librairie du Palais de Tokyo
    13 Avenue du Président Wilson - 75116 Paris
  • Librairie OFR
    20 Rue Dupetit-Thouars - 75003 Paris
  • Centre Pompidou (Librairie Flammarion au rez-de-chaussée)
    Place Georges-Pompidou - 75004 Paris
  • Le Bal (espace d’exposition dédié à la photographie et l’image documentaire)
    6 Impasse de la Défense - 75018 Paris
  • Colette
    213 Rue Saint Honoré - 75001 Paris
  • La Chambre Syndicale de la couture
    119 Rue Réaumur - 75002 Paris
  • L’Institut Français de la Mode à la Cité de la mode et du Design (à la place du Silencio)
    36, Quai d’Austerlitz - 75013 Paris
  • Merci
    111 Boulevard Beaumarchais - 75003 Paris

TOKYO

  • General Research / Cow Books
    東京都目黒区青葉台1-14-11コーポ青葉台102
  • Gallery Target
    東京都渋谷区神宮前 2-32-10
  • Standard Bookstore
    大阪市中央区西心斎橋2-2-12
    クリスタグランドビル1F BF
  • Gallery Naruyama
    東京都千代田区九段南2-2-8 松岡九段ビル205号室
  • Aoyama Book Center
    東京都渋谷区神宮前5-53-67
    コスモス青山ガーデンフロア (B2F)
  • 1LDK
    東京都目黒区上目黒 1-8-28 マンション鈴鹿 1-A
  • 1LDK Apartments
    東京都目黒区上目黒 1-7-13
  • 1LDK / Depot
    東京都渋谷区神宮前5-10-1
  • 1LDK Aoyama Hotel
    東京都港区南青山6丁目8−18
  • 1LDK terrace
    北海道札幌市中央区北5条西2丁目札幌ステラプレイス3階
  • 1LDK annex
    愛知県名古屋市中区栄 3-23-24
  • Girlside
    東京都豊島区東池袋1-1-2 高村ビル4F
  • Book store Nadiff
    東京都渋谷区恵比寿1丁目18-4 NADiff A/P/A/R/T 1F
  • Book store Komiyama
    東京都千代田区神田神保町1-7 1階
  • Gallery 5
    東京都新宿区西新宿 3-20-2
  • Claska
    東京都目黒区中央町1-3-18

LA

  • The Last Bookstore
    Ground Floor
    453 S Spring St,
    Los Angeles, CA 90013
  • Skylight Books
    1818 N Vermont Ave
    Los Angeles CA, 90027
  • Seite Books
    417 N Rowan Avenue,
    Los Angeles CA 90063
  • The POP HOP
    5002 York Blvd,
    Los Angeles, CA 90042
  • Arcana Books
    Arcana Books 8675
    Washington Blvd Culver City,
    CA 90232

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