Under the title ‘Songs from the Heart’ the Breda Photo is focusing on New Romanticism showing all ideas around the heavily criticised notion of topic.
Safia Belmenouar (b. 1981, France) is a photography curator and historian who has been fascinated with postcards from the French colonies since her childhood.
Throughout the history of photography, whether in the name of science or art, people have been travelling far and wide in order to take pictures of remote places. In this issue of GUP Magazine, we pay tribute to the human tendency – or should we say ‘attitude’ – to size up all of space.
Artist Lise Sarfati hosts a Visual Language Workshop in Paris from 21-23 November 2014.
From the 26th until the 29th of November 2014, the photographer Chris Morris will lead a workshop to help new photography talents establish their personal signature.
Telling stories through photography is becoming a more complicated affair, going far beyond showing pictures on a wall or in a book. The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam takes note by hosting the exhibition On the Move, a group show focusing on the theme of ‘Storytelling in Contemporary Photography and Graphic Design’. We spoke with Anne Ruygt, junior curator of photography at Stedelijk, about the rapidly changing landscape of photo-based media.
From the 20th until the 21st of October 2014, photographer Rob Hornstra will lead a workshop in Brighton.
GUP magazine is looking for an editorial intern to strengthen our team, per direct.
To celebrate the opening of The PhotoBookMuseum, there will be an international exposition at the Carlswerk in Cologne – Mülheim from August 19 to October 2014.