Essays, Exhibtions, Interviews, News

Dana Lixenberg has won Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2017

19.05.2017.

Dana Lixenberg won the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2017. The Dutch born photographer and filmmaker was selected as the recipient of the £30,000 prize for her bold, un-sentimentalised black and white portraits of the residents and community of the Imperial Courts housing project in Watts, Los Angeles. Begun in 1993 just after the Los […]

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Maša Bajc | Un-common Realities

18.05.2017.

Maša Bajc’s solo exhibition Un-common Realities will be open on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 at 19.00h in the PM Gallery of the Home of the Croatian Association of Artists. Maša Bajc will present to the Croatian audience a series of large scale Photographies. In the series of works titled Un-Common Realities, Maša Bajc uses photography […]

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CORINNE NOORDENBOS & FIORENZA PINNA: Intensive workshop on visual language and the photobook

13.05.2017.

Do It With Books; Do It Yourself With Others part I. | September 6 – 8, 2017 With Corinne Noordenbos and Fiorenza Pinna   For the first time in Croatia a workshop with Corinne Noordenbos, one of the best experts of photography and the photographic book. Awarded several times for her work as a teacher, […]

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1000 Words Photography Magazine – new issue

27.04.2017.

Issue 25 of 1000 Words Photography Magazine went live on April 24th. This issue’s content includes essays „Eva O’Leary Concealer“ by Urs Stahel, „Richard Mosse Incoming“ by Duncan Wooldridge, „Lisa Barnard The Canary & The Hammer“ by Lisa Stein, „Matthew Finn Mother“ by Elizabeth Edwards, book reviews „Arwed Messmer Zelle/Cell“ by Gerry Badger, „Piotr Zbierski […]

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5 questions for Pieter Hugo

24.04.2017.

We bring you the interview with Pieter Hugo, a South African photographer whose works are parts of prominent public and private collections such as Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, J Paul Getty Museum, Deutsche Börse Group, etc. Read what he declared for Ovmag about the importance of this year’s main festival […]

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Call for papers for the international conference BEYOND THE DOCUMENTARY

12.04.2017.

“BEYOND THE DOCUMENTARY” Call for presentations in the discursive program of the 9th edition of Organ Vida Festival We wish to consider the concept of the New Citizen as the thematic framework of the 9th Organ Vida not only through photography, but also discursively, by introducing for the first time an integrated discursive program entitled […]

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5 questions for Cristina de Middel

09.04.2017.

1. What kind of works would you like to see in the context of this year’s theme of the OV open call “New Citizens”? I would like to see works that challenge the idea of citizenship itself, specially now when borders and fences come back to headlines. I would totally go for an utopia and […]

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Annie Leibovitz Archive Procured By Swiss Non Profit LUMA Foundation

The LUMA Foundation a Zurich-based not for profit organisation have announced that they will be the keepers of the archives of the renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz. The organisation unveiled in a press release that it is planning a number of major projects dedicated to the artist, the first being “Annie Leibovitz Archive Project #1: The […]

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Will Deutsche Börse Award Ever Extend Beyond Its Current Geographical Frame?

06.04.2017.

About the Deutsche Börse Award 2017 Dana Lixenberg, Sophie Calle, Awoiska van der Molen, Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs / at The Photographers Gallery, London [3 March – 11 June 2017] Twenty years after it was founded, the Deutsche Börse Award holds a special status as one of the most important photography awards in contemporary […]

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Lessons from ’91 in Berlin

05.04.2017.

»Lessons from 1991: about nationalism, war and lessons learned« Opening: Tuesday, April 4, 2017, 19h Exhibition: April 5 – 22, 2017 Discussion: Thursday, April 6, 2017, 19h on the topic „The rise of nationalism in Yugoslavia – consequences and lessons learned“ Opening hours: Wed-Sat 14-18h Admission free “Lessons from 1991” will look at the year […]

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