NEWS: Gerard Exupery's 'Women Hold Up Half the Sky' Book IndieGoGo Campaign

NEWS: Gerard Exupery’s ‘Women Hold Up Half the Sky’ Book IndieGoGo Campaign

Following the success of his book “SUBWAY New York City 1975-1985” New York photojournalist – and regular contributor to 35mmc – Gerard Exupery has launched an Indiegogo campaign to fund a limited-edition printing of his new book “WOMEN HOLD UP HALF THE SKY.”

“Women Hold Up Half the Sky” is my second book about New York City. It is a loving tribute to the women who have passed in and out of my life during the last 40 years of New York City, Street Photography. The 100 images cover the period 1975 – 2020. They are complemented by ten essayswritten by meabout coming of age in New York City.

You can back the campaign and help make the book a reality on Indegogo here: support the campaign

Women Hold Up Half the Sky Features:

  • 100 Pages
  • 10 Original Stories
  • Hardcover
  • Landscape
  • 13×11 in
  • Premium Luster 100# Paper
  • Signed and numbered

Gerard has been a regular contributor here on 35mmc for some time now. Without fail, his articles unanimously well received. He talks candidly about his life experiences as a photographer. How photography has influenced his life, and how his life has influenced his photography.

Me and Gerard have, over the last year or so become friends we chat a lot via email. He’s an interesting guy with a lot to say for himself – something that comes across in both his images and words. In the run up to the launch of this campaign, I interviewed him about his life as a photographer, you can find that interview here, and all the other articles he has written for 35mmc here.

But before you do either of those things, get over to Indegogo and support the campaign!

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Hamish Gill

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