I made a little new book recently. It is called „Bist Du Glücklich?“ (Are you happy?). And while there is nothing about it online yet I will show it at the following events along with my older babies ALEX and BERLIN+WIEN (with Kay von Aspern):
15 Nov 2014
Das Gift, Donaustrasse 119, 12043 Berlin Neukölln
open: 8 pm til ?
23 Nov – 14 Dez 2014
Vernissage: 22 Nov, 7pm
MADE IN BERLIN – photobook exhibition
exp12, Greifswalder Str. 217, 10405 Berlin Prenzlauer Berg
open: Sat 4-8pm + Sun 2-6pm
23 Nov 2014
BERLIN PHOTOBOOK – 1. Berliner Büchermarkt zur Stadtfotografie
Carpentier Galerie, Meinekestr. 13, 10719 Berlin Wilmersdorf
open: 1-6 pm
Stop by, have a chat, have a drink, buy a book. Or two.
If you are interested in Berlin city / street / documentary photography check out the 1st Berliner photobook market at Carpentier Galerie. All photographers will be present. Details
Currently at Fenster61: Parts of Torsten Schumann’s work Wild & Sauerkraut. Check it out offline at Torstr. 61 or online here or here.
I have started a new blog with my friend and colleague Pepper who is a photographer, art agent and journalist based in Berlin. Obst and Muse is in German and contains interviews with all kinds of people who have something to do with photography. Photographers, curators, photo students, critics, whatever. Let’s see how things develop. Check out the first posts here.
Had a page in Wiener Zeitung last sunday. Thank you, Willy Puchner!
New inside of the window: hannah goldstein’s very personal work “Good-bye Sweden” at Fenster61.
This week is the last week of the “Berlin Photography 2″ exhibition at Carpentier Galerie. Stop by if you haven’t seen it yet!
Losts and lots of interesting guests in the current shedule of tête.
A good place to spend evenings with drinks and talks about photography located in Berlin’s Schönhauser Allee 161A.
On display at Fenster61 – and also on the stairs: extracts of Alexander Janetzko’s beautiful new book “Sugar & Zint”. Take a look here and order the book here.
Just a quick reminder:
An american journey (in Robert Frank’s footsteps) – what a lovely DVD – 1 hour film, a bonus DVD, a beautifully designed cover, a carnet, and: a map of the USA to follow the route. Sehnsucht Amerika! Derzeit ganz billig bei Zweitausendeins.
Here’s a nice short documentation about a true master and author of the fabulous book “American Sports, 1970, or, How We Spent the War in Vietnam” – Tod Papageorge.
Ben De Biel’s photographs from the early 90s are part of the wonderful book Berlin Wonderland published by bobsairport. A few of them are now on display at Fenster61 – most of them were taken in the neighbourhood.
The new exhibition at Fenster61, Torstr. 61, Berlin, is by Christian Demarco: Mein Deutsch ist ein bisschen schlecht. In the window and online.