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Shop • Edition Lammerhuber offered the book GENESIS as a souvenir to the gentlemen visitors of the Vienna Opera Ball 2016

05.02.2016 • Taking Gaetano Donizetti‘s Don Pasquale, the timeless opera about older gentlemen and alleged love, at the Wiener Staatsoper as a case in point, the book GENESIS tells the story of how a new opera production evolves – with the photos of Lois Lammerhuber. Lois observed the new opera production for one year, and thanks to the texts from Director of the Vienna State Opera, Dominique Meyer, the book provides a first hand account of how modern opera management works and how the exact cooperation of many creative and passionate heads lets the magic of an opening night emerge.

Planning for any new opera production starts quite early – three to four years ahead, sometimes even longer. In comparison, the one year seems almost short that Lois Lammerhuber spent at the Vienna State Opera to observe and photograph the staging of Gaetano Donizetti‘s Don Pasquale – from the start to the opening night on 26 April 2015.

What do you need to look out for? What are the criteria for deciding on a particular opera? What does it take to put it on? In GENESIS, Dominique Meyer, Director of the...

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Shop • 'Beneath the Surface' - Maya ALMEIDA with a new underwater photo series at GALLERY STOCK

27.01.2016 • Maya ALMEIDA’s relationship with water was born from her childhood next to the ocean. We know the profound effect that water has on the human body, slowing the heartbeat and calming the mind, but it also has profound effects on light, changing how we perceive images through water both with our eyes and with a camera.

Maya’s latest project, Beneath the Surface, focuses precisely on this: “Water opens up a fascinating range of creative opportunities,” Maya says about her photo series, which features models in various experiences on the other side of the water’s surface. The goal of her photos was to hit something deeper than a traditional shoot, anchoring into a deep sense of humanity that can only be accessed in an experience like this one. The goal of her photos was to hit something deeper than a traditional shoot, anchoring into a deep sense of humanity that can only be accessed in an experience like this one, to plumb the “unseen female psyche”. “If you shoot people, you’re really telling stories about them or through them. I’m always looking for models who love being in...

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Shop • Link Image presents new photo works in the archive by Denise Grünstein, Tobias Regell, Lars Tunbjörk and Felix Odell

27.01.2016 • Interpersonal relations have more sides than one: They can stand for love and solidarity, fraternity, but also excess, tension, and even sadness. This can be shown in many different ways with photos of two people. Even motifs without at all on them manage to convey it, in a very peculiar way. The LINK IMAGE Archive now presents new works by its photographers Denise Grünstein, Tobias Regell, Lars Tunbjörk, and Felix Odell, who are closely tied with the subject. Get inspired!


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Shop • Like a unrelenting light touch of springtime: the image world of photographer Stephanie RAUSSER, available at GALLERY STOCK

27.01.2016 • No matter what’s happening in the world, there’s always space to find a smile. Photographer Stephanie RAUSSER c/o GALLERY STOCK injects a lightness into everything her camera sees, spreading joy and radiance to every moment. Like a fresh breath or an invincible glimpse of spring, Stephanie’s work will always leave you feeling brighter than before.

For Stephanie, photography is all about the challenge. She keeps with it because of how it tickles her creative impulses. “I love commercial photography because it is problem solving, and I have learned to be a great problem solver with my camera,” the photographer tells Mozi magazine. The energy of her photos comes from her models that she always puts in a good mood. “I let them know that they are beautiful, because in essence, that is the truth," she explains. “I connect with them. I ask a lot of questions to understand them better.”


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Shop • Photographer Knotan c/o CHRISTA KLUBERT in a Scandinavian woods wonderland for bag label SANDQVIST

24.01.2016 • If you know the Swedish fashion label SANDQVIST, you know the label stands for high-quality bags - always a straight line with reduced but the best of fabrics. For the Fall/Winter collection, photographer KNOTAN sends a couple into the woods – not without something up his sleeve. If you know Kotan’s works, you know what’s coming now. Outdoor romanticism meets “Knotan in Wonderland”.

For the photo spread, the models don’t get around being photographed wearing deer heads or being chased onto a raised hide. At times, he literally leaves them out in the woods, at times he photographs them in the spotlight in front of creepy barns. So KNOTAN dared to explore unknown territory for SANDQVIST, and together, they created a campaign that makes you want to go out and experience nature. And what you take with you, of course, are bags by SANDQVIST.


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Shop • Ready for Spring? Trend report and self-shot photo style with the flair January/February 2016 issue. We have the preview for you on GoSee

22.01.2016 • Spring is in the air! Well, perhaps not quite as it should be. But still: Flair rings in the season with a flowery bouquet of fashion and beauty trends. Part of it all: the 300 best looks of the new Spring/Summer 2016 collection from Paris, Milan, London, and New York.

Not to mention, self-shot style photos! Why? The flair team took a closer look at the hype surrounding the inevitable self portrayal. The result is a complete dossier about the cultural history of the medial self-portrait, the trendiest #hashtags and the perfect self-shot styles. Not least, the “Best of Self-shots” of 2015.

Plus: Fashion from China is becoming increasingly important in our globalized society. The trend is leading away from cheap production, spawning a fresh league of young creatives who are giving the term Made in China a whole new meaning. So don't miss the interview with the new Creative Director of the iconic French label Zadig&Voltaire – Cecilia Bönström – who talks about the company's new line and her personal style.

When it comes to beauty trends in 2016 all is said and done for...

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Shop • Gallery Stock kicks off 2016 with springtime-fresh, epic, and color-fantastic image worlds, beauty and lifestyle motifs, plus the new 'Shoot Program'

20.01.2016 • GALLERY STOCK is actively shooting with its artists to create new perspectives for the image needs of its clients; offering the best way for art buyers, creative directors photo editors, and designers to connect with the photographers whose names they know from the fine art and the commercial worlds. All images are model released and available for worldwide usage. We present you on GoSee Boone Rodriguez with Festival and Crowds, Nigel Riches with House Party, Dean Belcher with Kids, and Dana Neibert with Luxury Lifestyle.

No matter what’s happening in the world, there’s always space to find a smile. Photographer Stephanie RAUSSER c/o GALLERY STOCK injects a lightness into everything her camera sees, spreading joy and radiance to every moment. Like a fresh breath or an invincible glimpse of spring, Stephanie’s work will always leave you feeling brighter than before.

For Stephanie, photography is all about the challenge. She keeps with it because of how it tickles her creative impulses. “I love commercial photography because it is problem solving, and I have learned to be a...

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Shop • Well-designed meets high-quality. The TROUBADOUR BAGS motifs by photographer Mark SANDERS c/o DARLING CREATIVE

20.01.2016 • Functional, beautiful bags – that's what the London-based label TROUBADOUR which was founded by Abel Samet & Samuel Bail stands for. We present you on GoSee the latest motifs by photographer Mark SANDERS c/o DARLING CREATIVE.

About - TROUBADOUR BAGS. We spent years in pursuit of a well-designed, high-quality overnight bag that could transition seamlessly from situation to situation, be it a quick business trip or a casual weekend away with friends. The longer we searched, the more surprised we were to find that something so simple, so essential did not exist. So, after much careful deliberation, we decided to embark on a journey to create our ideal bag. troubadourgoods.com


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Shop • GoSee loves... Werner Büttner’s 'My Looting Eye' and 'Coincidence in Splendour' - Book Launch and exclusive artist talk on 28 January at Marlborough Contemporary, London

20.01.2016 • With his unusual photos and collages, Werner Büttner is among the most influential German artists of the past 30 years. Marlborough Contemporary and Black Dog Publishing now celebrate him with two new publications: 'Coincidence in Splendour' and 'My Looting Eye' – both illuminate the artist's output from the 1980s to today. For the book launch, a one-day only (!) exhibition will take place with a selection of his works and a talk round with the art collector Harald Falkenberg, the artist and former student of Büttner, Daniel Richter, plus of course Werner Büttner himself..

The two new book publications offer a first ever overview of Werner Büttners oeuvre in English language. The conversation will be led by Marlborough Contemporary Director Andrew Renton.

Book Launch – Werner Büttner in conversation
28 January 2016, 6pm-8pm, Marlborough Contemporary, London
Advance reservation is absolutely necessary!

About - Werner Büttner was born in Jena in 1954. As the artist describes it, in 1961 he was kidnapped by his mother and taken to the so-called Free World, before the...

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