Datz Press

About Publisher

Datz Press is an art book press that works with photographers, designers, and bookmakers. We create, publish, and exhibit books centered on photography. We advocate for the growth of participatory artistic activity through exhibiting and publishing art, as well as art education.

For inquiries contact Juyoung Jung, store@datzpress.com

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Arranging Life

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Seongyeon Jo is a photographer; she received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Photography from Sangmyung University. 

Jo's artistic process consists of taking introspective pauses with objects. In her recent work, she experiments with the process of cultivation in which the activities of life and art come together under the order of nature. 

She has held 12 solo exhibitions at Space So (Seoul, South Korea, 2018), B-cut Gallery (Seoul, South Korea, 2016) and more, along with numerous group exhibitions. Her works are housed in a number of companies and art galleries, including the Art Bank of National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA, Korea), The Datz Museum of Art, the Korean Consulate General in Sendai, Japan, and SK Group. 


Black Wind

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Gap Chul Lee graduated from Shingu University and started as a documentary photographer. He soon escaped the boundaries of the genre to build his own style. Renowned for his original approach to photography and its visual expression, Lee captures the Korean sentiment of ‘han’ and the otherwise intangible tenacity embedded in Korean identity. 

Lee has participated in a number of solo exhibitions including the Gyeongin Museum of Art (Seoul), Kumho Museum of Art (Seoul), Le Musée du Louvre (Paris), Montpellier Photo Gallery, Houston Museum of Fine Arts (Houston), Australian Center for Photography (Sydney), and the GoEun Museum of Photography (Busan). 

He has also won the Donggang Prize for Photography, Photo City Sagamihara Asia Photo in Japan, and the Lee Myung-dong Photo Award. His works are housed in a number of prestigious institutions in Seoul, including Kumho Museum of Art, Hanmi Museum of Photography, and the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary.

Heaven, Wind, Stars and Poems

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Barbara Bosworth received her Masters in Fine Arts in photography from Rochester Institute of Technology (New York) and currently works as a Professor of Photography at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston. Bosworth sees photography as a language of continuous light and darkness, an act of grasping disappearing things and a method for considering the meaning of life and death. 

Bosworth’s work has been widely exhibited, notably in recent retrospectives at the Denver Art Museum (Colorado), Peabody Essex Museum in (Massachusetts), the Smithsonian American Art Museum (Washington, D.C.), plus the Phoenix Art Museum (Arizona). She has published four artist books with Datz Press. 

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Nothing Will Ever be the Same Again

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Amanda Marchand is a New York based Canadian photographer and writer who received her Masters of Fine Arts in photography from the San Francisco Art Institute. Her work explores the human condition through the poetics quality of the landscape, through an experimental approach. She has been recognized internationally with various awards, art books, grants and residencies. 

The monographs Nothing Will Ever Be the Same Again (2019) and Night Garden (2015) were published by Datz Press as well as her artist books, The World is Astonishing with You in It (2019), The Book of Hours (2018) and Because the Sky (2017). 

Her works are exhibited internationally; True North was exhibited at Traywick Contemporary in Berkeley, California and At the Violet Hour was exhibited as a site-specific installation in Margate, England.
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Photographer Yoonjean Lee majored in photography at the Seoul Institute of the Arts and earned the Meisterschueler and the Akademiebrief at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in Germany. Lee presents a formative language by reconstituting mundane scenes and objects with a specific structural viewpoint from the German School of Photography, differentiated by the sensitivity of her perspective. She was invited to major photography events and exhibitions in Korea, including the Busan Biennale and the Seoul International Photo Festival, and has participated in a number of art galleries' group exhibitions in Seoul, including at Daelim Museum of Art, Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul Museum of Art and National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art.