The publication Amateur Photography. From Bauhaus to Instagram will take a closer look at amateur photography and its potential for innovation. With billions of smartphone owners around the world sharing daily snapshots of their lives, photography is taken for granted today as a means of constant communication, making the subject of the amateur more...
This publication is intended as a visual conversation between five artists, around the topic of the material and immaterial. These artists are Eugenia Ivanissevich, Tom Lovelace, Hannah Hughes and Bärbel Praun, plus a fifth artist to join the group over the summer.
Planet earth at night. Seeing the world from above. Everywhere mankind has transformed the landscape, illustrated by the lights of the cities shining in the dark. Planet earth seen from its depths. A wild and spontaneous swinging. Instinctive. Organic.
A few years ago Attilio Solzi went to Neskaupstaður, a minuscule and remote village with about a thousand residents in the Norðfjörður fjord, in the east of Iceland. In this remote Icelandic fjord, he discovered that the territory of Neskaupstaður is littered with lava monoliths and chose one in particular as a base for his “living sculptures”.
The photo book Lange Weile comprises a selection of 400 black-and-white photographs taken by Tina Bara between 1983 and 1989, in East Berlin, the German Democratic Republic, and on her travels. Combined with texts in the form of subtitles, this artist’s book is also the book for a photo film.
How one tilts the camera, holds it with both hands in front of the waist. How one looks through the viewfinder, gazes one-eyed into the world. How one hides it in stockings, behind the back, and how one lets it peep out from behind the corner of a building, as though it were a detective.