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Diane Vincent | OBEN

It’s thirty-six degrees. A dry desert sun burns the roof.
From up here the vast empty ground seems endless.
The heat and the wind touch my skin.
I open a door,
the background noise of the city fades away.
With my eyes closed I see an ocean of weightless light rays –
dancing, floating…
I trust my body.
I’m here.

For several years I climbed numerous rooftops to make pictures, over and over again. For a long time I didn’t know exactly why; I simply felt attached to these strange, unknown and obscure places. I explored my city from a different angle and I photographed architectural situations up there being fascinated by the vastness and expanse as well as its limitation by moments of blocked sights. Eventually I realized that I had compiled a personal map – an imaginary walk in another dimension.
— Diane Vincent Continue Reading →

ACMV Photobook Night Berlin | Call for entries

ACMV is hosting a photobook night in Berlin Neukölln at Das Gift (Donaustrasse 119), on Saturday evening, November 15th 2104 from 8 pm!

Photographers who have published or self-published their own photobook are invited to join us at Das Gift that evening for a chat and a drink, and are welcome to offer their photobooks for sale! Continue Reading →

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Werner Amann – Surf Fiction

SURF FICTION is Werner Amann‘s unpublished work from 1997. It engages with social reality and image bound-culture in Los Angeles and other urban centers in the U.S. Beyond a mere documentary or created approach, SURF FICTION interlinks photography with collages, typography, video stills, abrupt breaks and double page spreads – switching with each page turn from one plot to another. The work plays with projections of a myth that regenerates itself from day to day, producing an image of Los Angeles and at the same time a visual reflection on modern reality. Continue Reading →

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Bubble & Scrape | Vernissage

Thanks so much to all of you who joined us for yesterday’s opening of „Bubble & Scrape“! We hope you had a great time as well! We’re a bit exhausted now, but very happy with the outcome.

A huge thanks to the artists Ed Alcock, Jenny Fitz and Tom Griggs for participating with their beautiful work, to our friend Lars for all his support, to the lovely Rachel and Barry Burns from Das Gift for the great atmosphere & for making this exhibition possible in their art space Continue Reading →