acb press is an independent publishing platform set up to educate and create conversations around photo book publishing and design. The platform comprises the acb press, an imprint that promotes collaboration and research possibilities in photographic presentation, the acb studio offering multidisciplinary design for printed matter, and the acb library, a reference-based tool for current, old and rare photo books.
acb press publications are sold at leading Art book stores and galleries globally, stockists include Printed Matter (NYC), Yvon Lambert (Paris), T-site Ginza (Tokyo) , T-site Daikanyama (Tokyo), shashasha (Tokyo), Book and sons (Tokyo), Book obscura (Tokyo), Tokyo Museum of Photography (Tokyo), Nadiff a/p/a/r/t (Tokyo), On Sundays (Tokyo), So books (Tokyo), Post (Tokyo), Post architecture (Tokyo), Flotsam (Tokyo), National Gallery of Australia, Queensland Art Gallery, Kinokuniya (Sydney), Perimeter books (Melbourne)
The platform was founded by photographer, photo book maker, and designer, Rohan Hutchinson. Rohan has worked and been an educator within the global art book market for over 10 years and his books are held in collections around the world.
acb acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the sovereign owners of the country where we live and work, and recognise that sovereignty has not been ceded. We pay our respects to their Elders, past, present, and emerging.