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Photobook Melbourne 2015

Photobook Melbourne
12-22 February 2015
at various venues

Festival Timeline & Program

You can download a timeline for all that Photobook Melbourne has on offer.
And if you havn’t had a chance to grab our printed program yet, here is our pixel version.

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!

The festival programme also includes talks, workshops, studio visits and exhibitions. Continue Reading →

2015 Voies Off Festival | The 20th edition Awards | Call for Submissions

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.

Applications deadline: February 10, 2015. Extended deadline: March 15th!
Submit a single application and run for the following 3 awards: Continue Reading →

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Portfolio Review
31 January 2015
12 am – 7:30 pm
NRW-Forum Duesseldorf
Submission Deadline: 15.12.2014 5pm UTC

The Portfolio Review is an annual public event where fifteen emerging photographers present their work to an international panel of renowned professionals of the photographic industry. It will take place for its third time on 31 January 2015 at the NRW-Forum Düsseldorf , the hot spot of the Düsseldorf Photo Weekend 2015 (29.01. – 01.02.2015). Continue Reading →

Athens Photo Festival 2015 | Calls for entries

The Athens Photo Festival, presented by the Hellenic Centre for Photography, has opened submissions for the 2015 Festival, to be held May – July 2015.

The Festival welcomes submissions from emerging or established artists/photographers, curators, collectives, archives galleries and organizations worldwide for its Main Exhibition Programme. The selected projects will be presented and exhibited during the Athens Photo Festival 2015 at the Benaki Museum from 3 June to 26 July, 2015. Continue Reading →

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Stéphane Lelarge | A Place to Live

Stéphane Lelarge | A Place to Live
October 18 – November 15, 2014
world in a room Gallery, Brunhildstr. 7, 10829 Berlin-Schöneberg

On his bicycle, with his Linhofcamera in his bag, Stéphane Lelarge travels through European capitals in search of people living in an unconventional manner. Along the way, he finds remote places that give off an air that is both ghostly and enigmatic – blind spots on the map right in the middle of the city. Continue Reading →

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Enric Duch | Guest House

Guest House – Photo series by Enric Duch, curated by Franca Drewes and Oliver Vaccaro.

For over a year the photographer Enric Duch has been exploring the living conditions of animals in three german zoos. His particular eye for the architectural surrounding is visualizing a contradictory relationship of human beings and animals inside of artificial spaces: Continue Reading →

Linda Rosa Saal - GegenueberMeike Sieveking - Als das Kind Kind war, 2014Stefanie Schmid Rincon - home sweet homeAlexander Nicolussi - Richtlinie Nr 1_76Sarah Kralisch - PolyluxAngelika Greiner - LebenskraftJanine Marie Fritsch - ZwiegespraechCaro Loder - Siehe UntenSO ODER SO - Aufbau1SO ODER SO - Aufbau2SO ODER SO - Aufbau3SO ODER SO - Aufbau5SO ODER SO - Aufbau4MdF Berlin 2014

Neue Schule für Fotografie Berlin | SO ODER SO | Abschlussausstellung Klasse Marc Volk

Mit Arbeiten von Janine Marie Fritsch, Angelika Greiner,
Sarah Kralisch, Caro Loder, Alexander Nicolussi,
Linda Rosa Saal, Stefanie Schmid Rincon, Meike Sieveking

Vernissage: Freitag, 31. Oktober 2014, 19 Uhr
Ausstellung: 01. November bis 30. November 2014
Führung mit anschließender Finissage: 30. November, 17 Uhr
Öffnungszeiten der Galerie: Do-So 13-18 Uhr
Adresse: Neue Schule für Fotografie Berlin, Brunnenstr. 188-190, 10119 Berlin

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Monat der Fotografie-OFF Berlin 2014 | Festival program (Festivalprogramm)

October 23 – November 30, 2014

The complete Festival program is available here as a PDF-Download. Continue Reading →

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Galerie Ori: Constanze Kratzsch | Fiction

Die Künstlerin Constanze Kratzsch hinterfragt in ihrer Arbeit „Fiction“ die Auswirkungen der Genmanipulation an Lebewesen und der Biotechnologie, die an der Erfindung des Kyborg forscht, einem Mischwesen aus lebendigem Organimus und Maschine. Dabei bedient sie sich fabelartigen Wesen, die wie Drohnen im menschenleeren sterilen Architekturraum umher schweben. Continue Reading →