Many of our beautiful screenprinted ACMV cotton tote bags are already out there in the world – but luckily we have a few of them left, so here’s your chance to get one for yourself! Continue Reading →
Updates & related articles | Oct 2014:
→ Monat der Fotografie-OFF Berlin 2014 | Festival program (Festivalprogramm)
→ ACMV presents “Bubble & Scrape”
→ Galerie Franzkowiak | ÜBERGANG. ERINNERUNG
Im Herbst 2014 wird auch in Berlin zum ersten Mal ein Monat der Fotografie-Off stattfinden – und Actual Colors May Vary freut sich auf die Teilnahme am Festival! (→ see ACMV presents Bubble & Scrape)
Der Pariser Mois de la Photo-OFF feiert in diesem Jahr bereits seinen 20. Geburtstag!
Zu diesem Anlass schlossen sich Paris Photographique und ParisBerlin> fotogroup zusammen, um beide Programme parallel in Paris und Berlin vom 23. Oktober bis zum 30. November 2014 zu organisieren. Continue Reading →
S’IL Y A LIEU JE PARS AVEC VOUS
(If there is place I leave with you)
SOPHIE CALLE – JULIEN MAGRE – STÉPHANE COUTURIER – ALAIN BUBLEX – ANTOINE D’AGATA
September 11 – October 05, 2014
LE BAL, Paris
« The highway is a loop. From a starting point, you always go back. Sophie Calle, Julien Magre, Stéphane Couturier, Alain Bublex, Antoine d’Agata, here they are, five artists who have hit the road in response to LE BAL’s invitation and with VINCI’s support. Looking for a story, often their own. Anonymous and yet so familiar, the highway became their creative land, their intimate playground. For all of them and for sure, an invitation to find themselves, to get lost… s’il y a lieu. » Continue Reading →
Die erste Ausstellung der Galerie Franzkowiak in den Räumen der Togostraße 6 in 13351 Berlin zeigt junge und etablierte Positionen aus den Bereichen Malerei, Grafik, Bildhauerei und Fotografie. Continue Reading →
This series is a body of work based on press photographs that have been collected in various newspaper archives in the United States. All images that are published in the press are regularly gathered in these archives where they are marked, numbered and indexed by date or key words. The prints are full of peripheral elements that explain their existence and legitimacy.
From amongst all these marks, I have focused on the indications showing how the image was to be cropped for publication. These “stigmata” are proof of the use of the image and of its transformation. They take the shape of visual (sometimes textual) dialogues between the protagonists who have handled it. Parallel stories in themselves, these annotations are also indications of “that-which-has-been”, a notion that is so fundamental in the history of the photographic medium. Continue Reading →
The people in Qian’s Status inhabit a strange, almost dream-like existence. We catch fleeting glimpses of them as they move through the photograph – their Status unknown. Qian’s dream sequences reveal moments of quietness and reflection of lives lived.
Qian Yongning is a Chinese photographer based in Shanghai. He has exhibited widely across China and work features in collections across Europe, China and USA. Alongside his photography interests, Qian also lectures at Shanghai University. Continue Reading →
The international photography competition POPCAP is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 edition. The award aims to foster interest in and support for contemporary African photography.
This year’s winners – from The Ivory Coast, South Africa, Belgium, The Netherlands and Democratic Republic of the Congo – were chosen by an international panel of judges via an online judging process. The winning artists will have their works presented later this year at seven exhibitions in Europe and Africa.
Joana Choumali | Hââbré, The last Generation, 2013–2014
Ilan Godfrey | Legacy of the Mine, 2011–2013
Léonard Pongo | The Uncanny, 2011–2013
Steketee & Blankevoort | Love Radio, 2014
Patrick Willocq | I am Walé Respect Me, 2013