Sweet Life. What comes to mind immediately for us – as it surely does for many of you – is Ed van der Elsken’s by now famous book of that title.
Le Marais BHV opens Paperlab in Paris, a new corner dedicated to international press in fashion, art and design.
From the 8-11 of April Ed Kashi (VII Photo) will give a workshop on Visual Storytelling in Barcelona.
Pablo Inirio is a master darkroom printer for the prestigious Magnum photo agency, charged with the responsibility of making prints of some of the most iconic black and white images in history. In a world of increasingly few professional darkroom printers, the skills he hones seem today almost like a dark art, both chemically scientific and enigmatically magical. We paid a visit to the Magnum office in New York City to talk with Inirio about the printmaking craft of modern times.
The winners from New 2015 have been chosen.
Bertien van Manen (1942, The Netherlands) started photographing in the late 1970s. Since then, she has travelled the world extensively with her small analogue cameras – giving preference to the unobtrusiveness and charm of lo-fi gear over more advanced equipment.
Kahmann Gallery will show a series made by Linelle Deunk in collaboration with the Marie-Stella-Maris Foundation and GUP Magazine.
From the 26-30 of March Frank Boutonnet will give a workshop about Wedding Photojournalism in Paris.
Following the success of their black and white book MONO Volume 1, Gomma now has a call for entries for Volume 2.
The work of Greek-Albanian photographer Enri Canaj (b. 1980) shows grim scenes, while his photos never look harsh.