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.
Essai visuel réalisé à partir d'images empruntées à différents catalogues d’emballages industriels réalisé par le designer Charles Villa. Un texte de Tony Côme en guise d’introduction est sérigraphié sur une pochette plastique qui enveloppe le livre.
Elisabeth Van Vyve (b.1957) has been documenting her social and physical environment with disposable cameras, Polaroids and various point-and-shoot 35 mm cameras for over thirty years. The obsessive nature of her photographic activity has resulted in an enormous collection of printed images, neatly kept in small photo albums and stored on every available...
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.