Co-founder of Adad Books, Inès de Bordas is a publisher and independent curator. She has worked on photography publications and exhibitions in Miami, Tokyo, Paris, Brussels and London. Recent publications and exhibitions include Abstracts with the collective AM Projects (which includes Antony Cairns, Tiane Doan na Champassak and Daisuke Yokota) and Horizon Icons by Chris Shaw. As well as working with contemporary photographers, Inès has been curating selections of vernacular photographic prints from various periods. Look Up Look Down, her last installation conceived as a tribute to modernist photography, was presented in Les Adoptés (Honoré Visconti, Paris, 2016). For The House of Penelope, she has made a selection of photographic prints ranging from the late 19th century to the 1960s.