“I have spent the last two years working on a book project set in the basement and archives of The Natural History Museum in Vienna, finally the book is finished! 377 black and white images, one poem, ‘Alphabet’ by the Danish poet Inger Christensen, 592 pages, and 2.5 Kilo. I think it’s safe to say it’s my biggest book yet…but alas, no release party and no champagne this time. If you would like to order a copy of the book it is available through Fotohof (http://www.fotohof.net/content.php?id=29) or if you are in Berlin you can have a look at it and get a copy at Motto Books (http://www.mottodistribution.com/shop/) in the Skalitzer Strasse…” —Nadja Bournonville
The book is also available in New York City at McNally Jackson (#52 Prince St. NY, NY 10012 and #76 N 4th St Unit G, (Williamsburg) Brooklyn, NY 11249).
If you are in Berlin, Bournonville’s work is also included in an exhibition taking place at Frontviews, curated by Harald Theiss with works by Bournonville, Carsten Becker, Tobias Kappel and Stefanie Seufert. This exhibition is open by appointment for the time being, see more details at http://frontviews.de/