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Juliane Eirich | Itoshima

Juliane Eirich | Itoshima
Vernissage & Buchpräsentation: Freitag, 28.02.2014, 19 Uhr
(In Anwesenheit der Künstlerin)
25books, Brunnenstr. 152, 10115 Berlin

Juliane Eirich kannte Japan schon von früheren Besuchen, als sie im Sommer 2011 zurückkehrte, um hier zu arbeiten. Aber dieses Mal war vieles anders. Einige Monate zuvor hatte sich die Reaktorkatastrophe von Fukushima ereignet. Die Begeisterung für und die Neugier auf das fremde Land mischte sich mit einem unterschwelligen Gefühl der Angst und der Bedrohung. Continue Reading →

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Jenny Fitz | Kammerspiel

For four years, Jenny Fitz, a graduate of the Neuen Schule für Fotografie Berlin, accompanied a young actor for her project Kammerspiel. In her work, the photographer questions the habitus and role-play of people from her social environment.

At first it was curiosity that made me take the pictures, and later the urge to grasp our relationship. It’s a story about boundaries. Getting close. Pulling away. What constantly fascinated me, was the unpredictability with which he confronted me and the camera.” Continue Reading →

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Dagmar Keller + Martin Wittwer | Passengers

Passengers” is the result of an observation Dagmar Keller and Martin Wittwer made at night at a bus station while travelling through Poland.
For a moment, the passengers on an old bus, obscured behind stained, ice-covered windows, in the pale light of the bus station had the appearance of figures in a painting. Travellers, fallen out of time. Tired, lost in thought, their faces drawn by sadness or lit up with joy – so close and yet distanced behind the glass. Dagmar Keller and Martin Wittwer have preserved those quiet, fleeting moments in their series “Passengers”. Continue Reading →

Market Town : David : David's StoryMarket Town : David : Postcards from the blackMarket Town : David : Postcards from the blackMarket Town : David : Postcards from the blackMarket Town : David : Postcards from the blackMarket Town : David : Postcards from the blackMarket Town : Tilney1 : Tilney1's StoryMarket Town : Tilney1 : IsolationMarket Town : Tilney1 : IsolationMarket Town : Tilney1 : IsolationMarket Town : Tilney1 : IsolationMarket Town : Tilney1 : IsolationJ A Mortram - Electric Tears and All Their Portent - Café Royal BooksJ A Mortram - Living With Epilepsy - Café Royal BooksJ A Mortram | Small Town Inertia | Red Light Gallery Norwich

Jim Mortram | Small Town Inertia

J A Mortram is a documentary photographer and environmental portraitist based in Dereham, East Anglia, UK. Jim’s work is centred on creating an expansive long-form photographic essay Small Town Inertia which explores the intimate and untold stories of marginalised individuals in the small rural community in which he lives. Continue Reading →

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Michael Hughes „Inside Kreuzberg“ & Lothar Schmid „Squatting in Berlin in the 1980s“

Book presentation / Buchpräsentation
Inside Kreuzberg“ (Michael Hughes) und „Häuserkampf im Berlin der 1980er Jahre“ (
Lothar Schmid)

Präsentation mit den Autoren/Fotografen Michael Hughes und Lothar Schmid, im Gespräch mit Lektor Wieland Giebel, am Mittwoch, 13. November 2013, 19:30 Uhr, im Dachgeschosss des FHXB Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museums (Adalbertstraße 95a, 10999 Berlin). Continue Reading →

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Frank Silberbach | BERLIN 140°

Street photography with the Widelux
By Frank Silberbach

BERLIN 140° was published by Edition Braus Berlin in 2013, and recently presented at book launches and exhibitions at Hotel Bogota and Die Fotopioniere. The current exhibition at Fotopioniere (Karl-Marx-Allee 87, 10243 Berlin) will be on view until January 8, 2014. Continue Reading →

Fotobuchfestival Kassel #6fotobuchfestival - DummyAward 2013Fotobookfestival Kassel – Daido Moriyama Book Show

6th International Fotobookfestival Kassel presents Daido Moriyama

The 6th International Fotobookfestival presents Daido Moriyama
documenta-Halle, Kassel, Germany
24.—27.10.2013

The festival pays homage to Moriyama’s book opus through numerous program items,
events and releases.

Daido Moriyama is one of the most important living photographers and photobook makers of current times. His career began during the sixties in Tokyo, where he became a member of the influential Provoke group that created the most important style of Japanese post-war avantgarde photography.

His oeuvre plays a central part in the establishment of Japanese photography as one of the important creative developments in the history of photography. Continue Reading →

Lichtblick School Cologne | Workshops with Harvey Benge, Markus Schaden and Wolfgang Zurborn

Lichtblick School
Tina Schelhorn, Wolfgang Zurborn
Steinbergerstr. 21, D – 50733 Köln

Killing Time in Paradise

Workshop with Harvey Benge
November 23rd / 24th 2013
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SPLIT SECONDS exhibition NY (Iimage: Sebastian Collett)Zack Zoll - ScopophobiaSebastian Collett - Vanishing PointScott Dalton - Exit Taft, Turn at PolkRafael D'Alo - Tropical ArrangementsNicolas Silberfaden - 738Morgan Ashcom - What the Living CarryMichael Dalton II - The Great FallsIra Wagner - Superior ApartmentsGeoffrey Ellis - Valley of the MeadowsFelipe Russo - CentroDorothee Deiss - VisibleInvisibleDaniel Reuter - History of the VisitDagmar Kolatschny - WinterChikara Umihara - I arrived in OdessaAdam Long - Kenwood AvenueSPLIT SECONDS - installation view

SPLIT SECONDS | Graduate thesis show Hartford Art School MFA Photography

The graduate thesis show of the International Limited-Residency MFA in Photography at the Hartford Art School, featuring the work of the program’s second graduating class, comes to New York.

The 15 new MFA graduates are:
Morgan Ashcom | Sebastian Collett | Rafael D’Alo | Scott Dalton | Michael Dalton II | Dorothee Deiss | Geoffrey Ellis | Dagmar Kolatschny | Adam Long | Daniel Reuter | Felipe Russo | Nicholas Silberfaden | Chikara Umihara | Ira Wagner | Zack Zoll

Gallery reception: Thursday, October 24 2103, from 7 to 9pm. Continue Reading →

Happy World Photobook Day

Celebrating the first photobook, “born” in 1843: Anna Atkins‘ beautiful “Photographs of British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions (1843–53)“, Catalogued into the British Library 170 years ago today.

For this occasion we’ve put together a couple of useful links & resources around photobooks below.

For more photobook goodness look for #PhotoBookDay on Facebook & Twitter.

You’re having a special photobook event today?
Please feel free to add your links on our Facebook Post or in the comments to this article! Continue Reading →