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alongside | Abschlusspräsentation der Klasse von Eva Bertram | Neue Schule für Fotografie BerlinChristoph Adam, ODD, 2010-2013Edit Billinger, aus der Serie Notizen, 2011/2012Maria Gallin, Xibalbá, 2011/2012Zorana Musikic, 'Der Engel' aus der Serie Subjects of Desire, 2013Katharina Skalweit, Outside Insight, 2011-2013Nadine Talakovics, Schmerzmöbel, 2012/2013Moritz Zeller, Abkürzungen, 2012


Abschlusspräsentation der Klasse von Eva Bertram an der Neuen Schule für Fotografie Berlin.

Mit Arbeiten von Christoph Adam, Edit Billinger, Maria Gallin, Zorana Musikic, Katharina Skalweit, Nadine Talakovics und Moritz Zeller.

Eröffnung: Freitag, 08. März 2013, 19 Uhr Continue Reading →

pho[to-Be]rlin | photography workshops & open lecturespho[to-Be]rlin | photography workshops & open lecturespho[to-Be]rlin | photography workshops & open lectures

pho[to-Be]rlin | Workshops & Lectures

pho[to-Be]rlin is a new photographic project based on the city of Berlin.
The project consists both of a series of in-depth workshops on a number of issues related to the city and of open lectures held by award-winning international photo-reporters, the output will contribute to an on-going contemporary documentation of Berlin and its stories. Continue Reading →

Slideluck London goes to Format Festival


We are delighted to announce that Slideluck London has been invited to host the closing night of FORMAT International Photography Festival in Derby, on Saturday 6th April, starting at 6pm.

SLIDELUCK (former Slideluck Potshow) is an international non-profit arts organization that aims to build and strengthen community around photography and food. It functions as a platform for exposing photographers, curators, collectors, and editors to new work, in a creative non-commercial environment. Continue Reading →

Widephoto workshop with Taiyo Onorato & Nico KrebsWidephoto workshop with Mishka HennerWidephoto WorkshopsCristina de Middel Workshop (January 2013)First Widephoto dinner-gathering (January 2013) with Cristina de Middel and Joan Fontcuberta

Widephoto | Contemporary photography workshops in Barcelona

Registrations for the Widephoto workshops in Barcelona with Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs (1, 2, 3 March) and Mishka Henner (5, 6, 7 April) are now open!

Widephoto offers a program of learning, exchange and debate around innovative proposals in the field of contemporary photography. For that reason, we invite well versed curators and theoreticians to give specially developed presentations, design practice-oriented workshops by photographers who have stood out due to their innovative work process’ and organize informal gatherings around a dinning table to share that knowledge in a relaxed and closer way.

Widephoto is a new initiative by Meeatings23 and Jon Uriarte that bets on new key players, on the evolution of contents and on the experimentation in the various forms by which they are produced, shared and spread. Continue Reading →

Bodensee Uttwil, Hiroshi Sugimoto, 1993-2010 (Collection Arthur de Ganay)German Pavilion, Mies van der Rohe; Hiroshi Sugimoto 1998 (Collection Arthur de Ganay)Sites of Technology; Lewis Baltz, 1990 (Collection Arthur de Ganay)Oldenburg; Laurenz Berges, 2008 (Collection Arthur de Ganay)Opéra Garnier, Paris VII; Candida Höfer 2005 (Collection Arthur de Ganay)w.h.s.08; Thomas Ruff 2001 (Collection Arthur de Ganay)Butendorf; Laurenz Berges, 2009 (Collection Arthur de Ganay)VOID, Lichtung; Sarah Schönfeld, 2009 (Collection Arthur de Ganay)140 Saint-Malo; Elger Esser 2005 (Collection Arthur de Ganay)Arthur de Ganay private collection

Arthur de Ganay | Private photography collection Berlin

Arthur de Ganay‘s private photography collection is located on the 3rd floor of a former jam factory in Berlin-Kreuzberg.

The next public guided tour by Arthur through his collection will be on March 2nd, 2013 at 2pm.
Registrations can be made via Email (see website).

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Most Beautiful Books Australia & New Zealand | Call for entries 2013

The Most Beautiful Books Australia & New Zealand (‘MBBANZ’) award program has been established to recognise innovation and excellence in book design and publishing in Australia and New Zealand. This biennial award program welcomes entries of all types, but the program seeks to emphasise the most innovative contemporary book design and publishing activity in Australia and New Zealand, including titles from independent and small press publishers. Importantly, the program seeks to minimise barriers to entry: there are no entry fees, and books may be nominated for consideration not only by designers and publishers, but also by readers and collectors. Continue Reading →