Fanny T. was our temporary assistant during the Arles Cosmos Book Fair doing a perfect job for our association as well as for EMoP asbl our European Network. We displayed a number of catalogues published by our association – in her hands the catalogue of the 2015 Luxembourg edition – a...
Emop asbl is showing up the the Vienna Fotobook festival 2015.
One can see. among other publications, the anniversary issue of our association.
The Vienna Fotobook festival is Europe’s largest festival focusing on the photo book, initiated by Anzenberger Galleryand OstLicht. Gallery for Photography. It takes place for the third time this year, on June 20 and 21, 2015 at Brotfabrik Wien. Due to the festival’s cooperation with Superar and Photon Gallery, more than 1,000 m² will be available for the 80 participating international booksellers.
The photographs of this exhibition refer historically to very different conflicts: the trenches of the first world war are the subject of Jonathan Olley’s photographs. Henning Rogge is spotting the remaining craters of the Second World War in the German provinces. What these works have in common...
As part of the 5th edition of The European Month of Photography in Luxembourg (in partnership with the cities of Athens, Berlin, Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Paris and Vienna), one of the highlights is the “Memory Lab: Photography challlenges History “ exhibition in four different venues.
Subtitled “Photography Challenges History: Re-writing “ the exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art Grand Duc Jean (Mudam) welcomes the works of David Birkin, Broomberg and Chanarin Antony Cairns, Vera Frenkel, Tatiana Lecomte and Gábor Osz. The National Museum of History and Art’s (MNHA) exhibition – subtitled Memory Lab II – Challenges Photography History: Past, Present shows the works of Erwin Olaf, Bettina Rheims, Silvio Galassi, Antoine d’Agata, Adrien Pezennec, Andreas Mühe, Lina Scheynius, Gerhes Gabor and Vee Speers.