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Julia Schiller from Actual Colors May Vary has launched a new bilingual platform for fine art & documentary photography in Berlin called »PiB – Photography in Berlin«.
PiB is a nonprofit project dedicated to presenting and promoting outstanding events in Berlin’s remarkably versatile photographic landscape.
Alongside established photography institutions or private collections, PiB provides a platform for emerging talents by focusing on events taking place in the numerous project spaces and nonprofit organisations, who define Berlin’s unique and vibrant independant art scene through their considerable personal commitment. Continue Reading →
The Independent AIR invites emerging artists using photography and lens based media to apply for a 10 days intense residency | masterclass in Silkeborg, Denmark.
21th July – 31st July 2015
The deadline for applications is May 19th, 2015, Midnight GMT Continue Reading →
15 exhibitions by
Ed Alcock / Guillaume Binet / Lionel Charrier / Julien Daniel / Philippe Guionie / Pierre Hybre / Olivier Jobard / Alain Keler / France Keyser / Oan Kim / Olivier Laban-Mattei / Stephane Lagoutte / Ulrich Lebeuf / Olivier Monge / Julien Pebrel
Opening Party: Thursday 21 May, 6pm to 10pm
Exhibitions: Thursday 21 May – Sunday 24 May 2015
Coinciding with the inaugural Photo London art fair at Somerset House, Seen Fifteen is pleased to present a four day fringe event, Paris to Peckham: MYOP in London, showcasing fifteen exhibitions by the contemporary French collective, Agence MYOP. All works will be on view in the UK for the first time, following an acclaimed debut at Les Rencontres D’Arles photography festival in July 2014. Continue Reading →
Residency 2015: from Monday 7th September to Friday 27th November 2015
Deadline: Wednesday 15th April 2015
BMW values the importance of aesthetics and technological innovation, and supports photography as an original, distinct art form. The Group is strongly rooted in France, including in Chalon-sur-Saône, so the partnership with the Nicéphore Niépce Museum was a logical choice.
This unique, ambitious cultural partnership, set up in 2011, offers an artist’s residency program. Over the past years, the work of the first three prize winners has been showcased to photography professionals and the wider public.
BMW is supporting the entire process from creation to production, culminating in the unveiling of the finished works at the Rencontres d’Arles and Paris Photo, and the publication of a book and and a video illustrating the creative process and the universe of the winning photographer. Continue Reading →
12-22 February 2015
at various venues
The ten-day Festival will have more than 200 photobooks on display.
In addition to the Paris Photo-Aperture Awards finalists, books from Photobook Ireland’s Library Project, the Photobook Club UK and the Indie Photobook Library will be on display. A Book Fair is also scheduled with representation from local and international photobook publishers.
The winner of the Australian Photobook of the year award will be announced at the Photobook Melbourne opening on 12 February 2015!
BenefizKunstauktion des Atelierhauses Prenzlauer Promenade zur Gründung eines Fonds für die visionäre Projektentwicklung
Unser Protest für den Erhalt des Atelierhauses in der Prenzlauer Promenade und die große Aufmerksamkeit und Sympathie die uns 2014 zu Teil wurde, haben etwas bewirkt. Der Senat prüft zur Zeit, ob das ca. 20.000 qm große Areal als Standort für ein zukunftsweisendes Modell aus studentischem Wohnen, Kindertagesstätte und Künstlerateliers dienen kann. Wir begrüßen diese Entwicklung und hoffen, dass das Moratorium und die Zeit des Nachdenkens in ein echtes Umdenken münden. Wir, die Künstler des Atelierhauses im Plattenbaustil, das von uns liebevoll „Gemischte Platte“ und visionär „Kunstmaschine“ genannt wird, möchten die Chance, die sich momentan abzeichnet, nutzen und uns konstruktiv in die Debatte über die Zukunft des Areals einbringen. Continue Reading →
No restriction regarding age or nationality. Participants in the Prizes of the Festival Voies Off are: all amateur or professional photographers, artists, associations, collectives, groups, galleries, agencies, or schools… using photography as their medium. A commission will select the applications presenting originality and a personal approach. The works must be organized as a series showing a coherent thinking developed through a theme or a personal vision. The main selection criterion for the commission remains the presentation of a personal and creative vision.
Jury and Reward:
A jury of prominent professionals, a member of the SAIF and the artistic director of Voies Off Festival will choose the winner of the competitions among the selected candidates. The jury’s decision will be final and won’t be revised.
The 2015 Voies Off Prize is 2,500 euros.
The 2015 SAIF Discovery Award is 2,000 euros.
The portfolio rewarded by lacritique.org in 2015 will be publicated on line with a critical text.
February 10, 2015 . Extended deadline: March 15th!
Submit a single application and run for the following 3 awards: Continue Reading →
Presented by the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, the HCB Award is a prize to stimulate a photographer’s creativity by offering the opportunity to carry out a project that would otherwise be difficult to achieve.
It is intended for photographers who have already completed a significant body of work, a talented photographer in the emerging phase of his or her career with an approach close to that of documentary. Candidates should be nominated by an institution (museum, gallery, independent curator, publisher…). Continue Reading →
The talented Nico Baumgarten is currently running a crowdfunding-campaign to cover a part of the production costs for his new book. Until the 9th of March you can support the project on indiegogo!
“How the other half lives” will be self-published in an edition of 1.000 and will be released in April 2015.
There are beautiful rewards, such as some of Nico’s previously self-published, hand-bound books (of which only few copies remain), postcards & stickers, screen-printed Anarchist-cat T-shirts – and of course, signed copies of the new book itself!
We already got a chance to have a look at the dummy, and we are very fond of this book.
Check it out and please consider supporting this project! Continue Reading →