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Shop • Steel as sexy as it is hard - set designer Udo GREMBOWICZ c/o PRODUCTION WORLD built the sexy sets for the ABRAMS STAHL art 2016 calendar

22.09.2016 • The sixth consecutive art calendar “Creation and Perfection” from ABRAMS PREMIUM STAHL was photographed in Hamburg by Benjamin Becker. Set construction was in the hands of Udo GREMBOWICZ c/o PRODUCTION-WORLD. The website with the 2016 calendar is here:, and the following link will take you to:

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Shop • The new collection from jewelry designer JENNIFER FISHER - photographed by Liz VON HOENE c/o SEVERIN WENDELER

22.09.2016 • In 2016, Jennifer Fisher received the prestigious title 'Influencer of the Year' at the 20th Ace Awards ceremony. Jennifer on her understanding of influencers at the ceremony: “To me, being an influencer means being authentic, that you have carved your own unique path, and in someway it genuinely resonates with others.” Liz OF HOENE photographed her new collection – we have the motifs for you to GoSee.

About ACE AWARDS. The Accessories Council Excellence Awards (ACE Awards) were created in 1997 to pay homage to those individuals and groups that have made great strides in raising the awareness of the accessories industry. The purpose of the awards gala is to celebrate those who have had a positive impact on accessory consumption during the prior year.

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Shop • SLANTED presents PHOTODARIUM 2017 & PHOTODARIUM Private 2017 – classics with new name & limited nude edition

14.09.2016 • For all those longing for their daily dose of instant photography, be prepared for two novelties: PHOTODARIUM PHOTODARIUM is set to appear for the 6th time but with a new name (former Poladarium) and is accompanied by a new and limited nude-edition which will reveal uncensored instant images with an artistic approach to nudity every day.

Both calendars show intimate snapshots of 365 well-known photographers, newcomers, professionals and privates from all over the world. The front side of the calendar page always presents an instant picture in original size, on the back side is a short text about the origin of the photo as well as information on the photographer and the used photo film.

Die Fotografien des PHOTODARIUM 2017 wurden von einer renommierten Fach-Jury ausgewählt: Laia Abril, Joachim Baldauf, Gözde “Mimiko” Türkkan, Ester Vonplon.

The classic PHOTODARIUM 2017 is again a treasure and an eyecatcher for desk, window sill, cake buffet, parcel shelf, shop windows, bed stand … And for those longing for more: Check out PHOTODARIUM Private 2017 which will uncover a new...

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Shop • COPACABANA PALACE by Peter Bauza as an illustrated book at Edition Lammerhuber and an exhibition & award at Fotofestival Visa pour l’Image, France

04.09.2016 • Visually stunning, passionate and true to life. Copacabana Palace is the story of a never completed housing project in Rio de Janeiro, named after the famous luxury hotel on the even more famous Copacabana Beach. Peter Bauza lived eight months together with the residents of Copacabana Palace to create a unique photo document.
„Paradise is here, hell is here, madness is here, passion is here.“ This statement of the renowned Brazilian composer and singer Francis Himes about Rio became Peter Bauza‘s motto when he photographed the people of Copacabana Palace. The six blocks of this uncompleted housing compound have become a place of shelter and hope for some 300 'sem teto, sem terra' families without roof or land. Peter Bauza’s superbly perceptive pictures form a highly poetic tale of their lives, their everyday moments of joy and sadness, their needs and illusions, but also of beauty and strength and the co-existence community that has emerged in these precarious circumstances. Copacabana Palace is a typical example of the fight for survival of millions of Brazilians in similar...

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Shop • Confrontation between modern and ancient times : Imperium Romanum. Opus Extractum II - Alfred Seiland documents the influences of Roman culture, architecture and art in the 21st century. As a photobook at Hartmann Books

03.09.2016 • In the year 2006 A.D. Alfred Seiland set out on his project ”Imperium Romanum“. What started as an interesting assignment (by the New York Times Magazine) to accompany the shoot of the HBO Series ”Rome“ in Cinecittà, turned into a thorough, longterm photographic research of the remains of Roman culture, architecture, landscape, and art in the early 21st century.

“Under the supervision of world-class scientists, every piece of prop was literally remade as authentically as possible. So silks from India, brass works from Morocco etc. Were used. Finally, the artifacts took up two-thirds of Cinecittà, and that in breathtaking quality: You had to knock against the backdrops to tell real marble from imitation. You can imagine how fast I decided to photograph only these sensational backdrops,” says the photographer in an interview with journalist Andreas Langen about the beginning of project.

Using his brilliantly imaginative, sometimes ironic photographic language, taking buildings, landscapes, and artefacts of the Roman Empire as a point of reference, Alfred Seiland creates an...

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Shop • R.I.P. Billy Name. We say goodbye with the book 'Factory – Andy Warhol' from Stephen Shore, just released at Phaidon Publishing

02.09.2016 • One of the most important witnesses of the Warhol era has just passed – photographer Billy Name, who is famous for giving Andy Warhol’s loft the complete silver look. The mother of all studios was known among insiders as the Silver Factory.

In the new Warhol book 'Warhol: Factory' by photographer Stephen Shore which was recently released, Billy Name himself speaks about what went on there: “Andy and I were hanging around together. I had an apartment on the Lower East Side, where I had haircutting salons. Hundreds of people would come, and I’d be cutting someone’s hair. Andy came. When he first started making films, he made films about what a person was famous for,” Billy, whose real name was William Linich Jr., recalled. “I was famous for giving haircuts, so he said, “Would you let me do a film of you doing haircuts?” [Haircut, 1963] I had covered my entire apartment in silver foil and painted everything silver. Andy said, “Well, I just got a new loft [the Factory]; would you do to it what you’ve done to your apartment?” I said, “Oh, sure, let’s do it.” So, I started doing it....

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Shop • Gudmundur and Geirfinnur, Iceland’s most mysterious murder case. Looked into in the book 'Sugar Paper Theories' byJack Latham, published at Here Press, book launch on 6 September in der Photographers’ Gallery

31.08.2016 • Forty years ago, two men went missing in southwest Iceland. The facts of their disappearances are scarce, and often mundane. An 18-year-old set off from a nightclub, drunk, on a 10-kilometer walk home in the depths of Icelandic winter. Some months later, a family man failed to return from a meeting with a mysterious stranger. In another time or place, they might have been logged as missing persons and forgotten by all but family and friends. Instead, the Gudmundur and Geirfinnur case became the biggest and most controversial murder investigation in Icelandic history.

In the 1970s, theories about the disappearances fixated on Iceland’s anxieties over smuggling, drugs and alcohol, and the corrupting influence of the outside world. The country’s highest levels of political power were drawn into the plot. But ultimately, a group of young people on the fringes of society became its key protagonists. All made confessions that led to convictions and prison sentences. Yet none could remember what happened on the nights in question.

Now a public inquiry is uncovering another story,...

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Shop • GoSee Book Tip : The Maison Européenne de la Photographie rediscovers the oeuvre of Franco-Brazilian photographer Marcel Gautherot and presents icons of modern architectural photography

22.08.2016 • Scheidegger & Spiess presents the first monograph about the eminent French photographer Marcel Gautherot (1910–1996), who moved to Brazil in 1940 and lived there for the rest of his life. Gautherot is best known for his photos of the construction of the capital city, Brasilia, for which he first photographed the workers and construction sites and then the finished buildings in all of their glamorous elegance. Several of the photos are among the icons of modern architectural photography. On display are travel impressions, ethnological photographic explorations and Brazilian customs, everyday shots, and formal experiments, as well as the confrontation with modernist stylistic elements.

With about 240 carefully reproduced photographs from all creative periods, the book also includes essays by international experts. It accompanies an exibition at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris in summer 2016. It was created in cooperation with Instituto Moreira Salles, Rio de Janeiro, and the publishing company Scheidegger & Spiess AG.

Marcel Gautherot – The Monograph,...

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