Ralph Eugene Meatyard (1925 – 1972) made his living as an optician in Lexington while creating enigmatic photographs featuring friends and family members posed in abandoned places, often wearing masks or enacting symbolic gestures.Read More
Short Cuts 09 presents my 4 favorite picks of 2019 from my second blog Bilderwald. It starts with Coco Capitán and concludes with Cloud Service.Read More
Vince Aletti is a writer, curator, and critic whose work appears regularly in such publications as Artforum, photograph, and Aperture. With Issues, he presents the first survey to explore the history of photography through the lens of fashion magazines, spanning the years 1925 to 2018.Read More
Mari Katayama is born in Saitama, Japan in 1987 and raised in Gunma. She graduated from the Gunma Prefectural Women’s University, before obtaining her MFA from the Tokyo University of the Arts in 2012. Gift is a retrospective of her past works and evolution as an artist.Read More
Csilla Klenyanszki was born in 1986 in Budapest, Hungary. She completed her BA Photography at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam, the Netherlands in 2012. In 2014, she participated at SeMa Nanji Artist in Residency by the Seoul Museum of Art at Seoul, South Korea.Read More
Cristina de Middel (born 1975) is a Spanish documentary photographer and artist living and working in Mexico. She produced the critically acclaimed series The Afronauts in 2012, which explored the history of a failed space program in Zambia in the 1960s.Read More
Born in 1985, Vasantha Yogananthan lives and works in Paris. His photographic practice addresses the space between documentary and fiction.
A Myth of Two Souls will be published in seven photobooks between 2016-2020, one per chapter of the epic.
Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, what do we know about East-German photography? Resulting from several years of research led by Sonia Voss in Berlin and several other cities of former G.D.R., this publication presents the work of 16 photographers.Read More
This volume was issued for an exhibition of female photographers of the Weimar Republic which was shown at the Museum Folkwang (Essen), Fundacio La Caixa (Barcelona) and The Jewish Museum (NYC), in 1994-1995.Read More
Showcaller is the first monograph of New York-based artist Talia Chetrit (born 1982, Washington D.C.). Her work includes self-portraits, portraits of family members, lovers, and friends, nudes, still lifes, and cityscapes.Read More
Thomas Demand (born 1964) is a sculptor and photographer. He creates large-scale photographs that probe the relationship between reproduction and original. Trained as a sculptor, the German artist reconstructs media images of complex interior scenes using ephemeral materials like paper and cardboard.Read More
Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger are Swiss artists who began their collaboration in 2005, focusing their artistic practice on conceiving and manufacturing surreal worlds in compositions of “staged” photography.Read More