Terranova is a small publishing house from Barcelona directed by Luis Cerveró and supervised by designer and art director Ana Domínguez. Terranova was born to meet two needs: confronting contemporary cultural virtuality by producing physical and tangible objects, and giving voice to a group of new artists whose generation is being silenced or removed from the mainstream by the capitalist structures dominating the national cultural scene.
Terranova has an independent, incorruptible and rebellious nature, but this by no means prevents it from producing objects of singular and defendable beauty.
Ramiro E has been taking photographs of teenagers for the last twenty years, mostly in personal private sessions in his study or home, but also as editorial jobs and random street shoots. This thick volume compiles images of almost every girl he's photographed, combining many different years, formats and approaches.
Chus Antón's first book guides us through the mythical locations of Los Angeles that inhabit our collective imagination: film and music video sets, recording studios, crime scenes… Including maps and texts by Cristian Rodríguez.
Schlecker by Rafa Castells displays a selection of pictures documenting the artist's day-to-day life. This first monograph also stands as an aesthetical essay on the symbolic effects of light and colour—offering a luminous discourse on photography and life.
Gong!'s second issue is devoted to stylist and occasional photographer Rosa Codina. Rosa decided to devote the issue to her daughter and everything around her, in a project she entitled Autour de Alia and which she decided to base on monographic content rather than time or technique.