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Olympus OM-D: Photography Playground Berlin

From 26 April until 24 May 2013 the Opernwerkstaetten Berlin transform into the “Olympus OM-D: Photography Playground“. More than 12 aspiring international artists present their installations on the subject of “Space and Art” on an area of 7,000 m², turning the historic building into a creative hotspot for both artists and visitors for four weeks. The Opernwerkstaetten Berlin are at Zinnowitzer Str. 9, the exhibition opens daily between 11 am and 7 pm. Continue Reading →

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Sonntag Paris | Schwarzwälder by Davide Cascio

Sonntag is going to Paris! They will be working with the swiss contemporary artist Davide Cascio and Sonntag Paris will be hosted by Faycal Baghriche and Kapwani Kiwanga.

Sonntag Paris would like to invite you to the Sunday matinee presentation:

Schwarzwälder
by Davide Cascio

Sunday, 7th of April 2013, 2 – 6pm Continue Reading →

spiegel #1 | she was able to fog a mirror

spiegel #1: “she was able to fog a mirror.”
by Hannah Goldstein & April Gertler
curated by
Fabio Campagna

Opening: Friday, March 22nd, 2013, 7 pm
Exhibition: March 26 – April 12, 2013
Finissage: Thursday 11th of April, 8pm
Tuesday – Friday: 4-7pm
and by appointment: + 49 (0) 174 659 8464
CORPO 6 GALERIE Berlin / Lichtenberg
Devil&Bride (roots. electronics) Live Set 9:30 pm

she was able to fog a mirror” is a photography site-specific project by Hannah Goldstein and April Gertler, curated by Fabio Campagna, which explores the theme of fragility and its strategic role within the delicacy of our relational dynamics. Continue Reading →

Zoltan Jokay, IN TRANSIT #2Zoltan Jokay, IN TRANSIT #4Karen Stuke, Sleeping SisterOlaf Spillner, IN TRANSIT #2Anja Schoeller, NakbarAndreas Burger, Das papierlose BüroIN TRANSIT – The View Of The Other(s)

IN TRANSIT – The View of the Other(s)

OPENING: Wednesday, 17.10.2012, 7 pm, Ostkreuz Berlin railway station, Sonntagstrasse/Markgrafendamm, 10245 Berlin
EXHIBITION:
18.10. – 30.11.2012

‘IN TRANSIT – The view of the Other(s)’ takes up the challenge of comprehending photography as a documentary, artistic and political description of the world and presenting it as a participatory project in a public in-transit room at the Ostkreuz Berlin railway station.

Curator Jaana Prüss (Morgengrün Kommunikation) situates ‘the view of the other’ in a discourse on our contemporary societies by drawing images by professional and art photographers into a ‘dialogue of views’ with images by fellow citizens, passers-by and visitors to the European Month of Photography Berlin (EMoP Berlin) who respond to an open call. Continue Reading →

Young New England Photographers | Call for Submissions

Liana, Paolo and Robert proudly present Young New England Photographers (YNEP), a juried showcase that aims to digitally publish photographic work by recent graduates from educational institutions in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Continue Reading →

An Open Letter

How it all started…
Julia and I, Oliver, started ACMV out of our passion for photography, art and music and we want to continue doing what we love. There is so much beautiful work to be discovered all over the world from passionate people like us and we think this is one of the most compelling aspects of today’s technical possibilities of global communication. It also means there is a need to channel all that information, understand it, pick out the most interesting, put it in relation to other work and spotlight it. As we found out, that is what we like to do for you. Continue Reading →

fototazo | International Photography Sites

Tom Griggs from the great fototazo started compiling an International Sites Google Map – comprising international photography blogs, online magazines, and pages highlighting sites that promote photographers from countries and cultures less frequently seen, for example from Central and South America, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Eastern Europe.

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