This book contains an inventory consisting of 40 colonial monuments related to the Belgian colonial past, from King Leopold II's Free State to the independence of Congo in 1960, which to date and without exception can all be found in the Belgian public space.
Published by ROMA in a soft cover format, Ari Marcopoulos's new publication mixes images from various series of the last years, searching for patterns and affinities in the images, signs of movement and concert between them.
NEOs explores a new cycle of capitalization that has been unfolding practically unnoticed for nearly twenty years. The work was prompted by the government of Luxembourg's announcement of SpaceResources, the first-ever space program designed to mine asteroids and near-earth objects (NEOs).
In her photo series, Barbara Probst (*1964 in Munich) not only plays with the changing perspectives and fleeting moments of urban life, she also poses fundamental questions about photography and imagery. Using a shutter release mechanism controlled by radio waves, the artist can use up to fourteen cameras to simultaneously shoot a scene from a distance...
In SLANT, Schuman interweaves a selection of clippings from the "Police Reports" section in the local newspaper of Amherst published between 2014-2018, with quietly wry photographs he made within a thirty-mile radius of Amherst from 2016-18, in response to their unintentionally deadpan descriptions.