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PHOTOBOOK PRIZES & DUMMY AWARDS 2018.

Just in time before the summer, we have compiled this list of dummy competitions and photobook prizes.

Entries are sorted by date. The ones that are still open (as of June 2018) go first. For more infomation, go to their respective websites. This list is sure to grow as we find out about new ones. If you know of any we should add, please let us know.

Still open:

Fiebre Phonebook: Hurry! Deadline June 26, Fee: 20 €

Photobook Week Aarhus Dummy Award: Hurry! Deadline June 30, No fee.

UNSEEN: Deadline August 10, Fee: 30 € 

 

Coming Up:

MACK First Book Award: Wait for January 2019

Photobook Kassel:  Wait for April 2019

Nordic Dummy Award: Wait for May 2019

Landskrona Festival: Wait for June 2019

DocFiledBarcelona: Wait for 2019

 

Many festivals and institutions have prizes for already published photobooks. Here are some of these Book Prizes 

Paris Photo – Aperture PhotoBook Awards Open till September 14, 2018. 

Rencontres Arles: Wait for mid-2019

PHotoESPAÑA: Wait for mid-2019

(more to be added soon)

 


 

Finally, here is a list of other photobook events around the globe:

Photobook Fest Russia

http://photobookfest.com/eng

Katerina Zueva: zueva@lumiere.ru

Photobook Bristol

http://www.photobookbristol.com/

photobookbristol@gmail.com

Self Publish Riga

http://rigasfotomenesis.lv/en/news

+371 26 728 549

arnis.balcus@rigaphotomonth.com

The NY Art Book Fair

http://nyartbookfair.com/

nyartbookfair@printedmatter.org

PhotoIreland Festival’s Book & Magazine Fair

http://photoireland.org/

http://festival.photoireland.org/contact/

Organ Vida, Zagreb

https://ovfestival.org/

info[at]organvida.com

secretary: +385 91 9523 370

Istanbul Photobook Festival

http://fuamproject.com/en/?p=1583

+90 212 252 16 00

fuam@msgsu.edu.tr

Melbourne Photobook

http://www.photobookmelbourne.org/

hello@photobookmelbourne.org

+61 (0) 401 679 496

New Zealand Photobook

http://www.photoforum-nz.org/index.php?pageID=94

info@photoforum-nz.org

 

SELF PUBLISH RIGA Call. Deadline: April 30, 2016

Submissions open for the SELF PUBLISH RIGA international book dummy contest

ISSP and Riga Photomonth invite photographers and visual artists to submit their photobook dummies and yet unpublished books to the SELF PUBLISH RIGA international competition. The winning entries will be featured in the SELF PUBLISH RIGA exhibition during Riga Photomonth, May 2016. Submission deadline: 30 April, 2016.

The second edition of the SELF PUBLISH RIGA dummy contest will be judged by an international jury: Erik Kessels (founding partner and creative director of KesselsKramer, curator, publisher and photography collector, NL), Gordon MacDonald (co-director of GOST Books, UK), Hester Keijser (curator, co-manager of The Independent Photo Book blog, NL), Vincent Marcilhacy (founder and director of Eyes Magazine, FR), Tom Mrazauskas (photobook designer, DE/LT) and Arnis Balčus (editor of FK Magazine, co-founder and programme manager of Riga Photomonth, LV).

The winner of the contest will have the chance to attend a workshop at the International Summer School of Photography 2016 free of charge; best entries will be featured on YET Magazine (CH) and FK Magazine (LV). Top Ten books will be included in a special online feature. More information on the competition and submission requirements: www.selfpublishriga.com

SELF PUBLISH RIGA is a bi-annual series of events dedicated to photobooks and self-publishing, organized by ISSP in Riga, Latvia. It includes an international dummy competition, an exhibition of photobooks and book dummies, a series of talks on photobooks, self-publishing and book design by industry experts, and a workshop. The exhibition will run from May 12th till June 12th 2016, as one of the central events of Riga Photomonth. The first edition of the SELF PUBLISH RIGA dummy contest in 2014 received more than a 100 book dummies from over 30 different countries.

SELF PUBLISH RIGA is supported by the State Culture Capital Foundation, French Cultural Institute in Latvia. Info partners: FK Magazine (LV), YET Magazine (CH).

More information:

Evita Goze

evita@issp.lv

www.selfpublishriga.com

写真ワークショップ Photography in all it’s Glory – Workshop by Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber. Tokyo, April 5-8, 2015

[写真ワークショップ:Workshop Photography in all it’s Glory]
ヨーロッパ・デザイン学院マドリッド校(IED Madrid) http://iedmadrid.com/
EMAHO Magazine http://www.emahomagazine.com は、カティア・ストゥーケ
http://katjastuke.de とオリバー・ジーバー http://os66.de の連続4日間の集中写真ワークショッ
プを4月5日(日)から8日(水)に東京のガーディアン・ガーデンで開催します。

The IED Madrid and EMAHO Magazine, in collaboration with Guardian Garden Gallery, launch an intensive four-day workshop with Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieberwhich will take place from April 5 to 8 in Tokyo, Japan.

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カティアとオリバーは、ヨーロッパ・デザイン学院のヨーロッパマスターコース現代写真クラスで講師を務めています。様々なリサーチやビジュアルに関する考え方だけではなく、異なる形態の出版のあり方や、現代の状況も考察しています。

http://europeanmasterphotography.iednetwork.com/portfolio/katja-stuke-and-oliver-sieber/

ワークショップでは、カティアとオリバーの作品の解説と、ANT!FOTO http://antifoto.deやANT!FOTOマニュフェストhttps://theantifotomanifesto.wordpress.comでの彼らのキュレトリアルなアプローチ方法を紹介した後、写真コンセプトの異なる見方や、写真そのものの違う捉え方、そして恊働やコラボレーションのアイデアを参加者全員とディスカッションします。ヨーロッパと日本の2つの観点から写真シーンを考え、議論します。

参加者は、それぞれカティアとオリバー(と他の参加者)に自分の作品を紹介します。一緒にコンセプトを探り議論したり、作品の見せ方や出版物として具体化する時の方法を考えます。そしてどのように写真作品を表現するのか、その可能性を探ります。最終日の夜は居酒屋で写真談義に花を咲かせましょう。

Böhm / Kobayashi http://boehmkobayashi.de は、カティア・ストゥーケとオリバー・ジーバーの2人から成るユニットで、写真家、アーティスト、キュレーター、展覧会オーガナイザー、デザイナー、アートブック編集者といった様々な顔を持ちます。彼らは自身の写真の宇宙を点々と漂っていますが、一つのアイデンティティがどこで終わり、もう一つがどこから始まっているのかを明らかにすることは常々難しい問題でした。……それにもかかわらず、アーティストそしてアートファシリテーターとしての彼らの作品や活動によって、今や非常に特殊な写真カルチャーのモデレーターとしての地位を確立しています。

フロリアン・エブナー(フォルクヴァンク美術館)

写真ワークショップ: Workshop Photography in all it’s Glory

日程:2015年4月5日(日)11:00-17:00

4月6日(月)19:10-21:30

4月7日(火)19:10-21:30

4月8日(水)19:10-21:30(合計4日間、時間は予定)

※個別の相談や、ポートフォリオレビューは、各参加者の要望に合わせて実施します。

Day 1:

11:00-13:30 カティア・ストゥーケとオリバー・ジーバーの作品を紹介します。コラボレーション、キュレーション、展覧会に関する質問を受け付けます。アート系同人誌ZINEや製本について主に話をします。

13:30–14:30 休憩(昼食)

14:30-17:00 自身の作品やWSへ参加した目的など参加者同士で自己紹介を行います。その後、ワークショップの流れと目標を説明します。

17.00-19.00キュレーターのモリッツ・ノイミュラー(Moritz Neumüller)によるポートフォリオレビューを行います。(希望者のみ)

Day 2:

日中は、参加者は写真撮影や(もしくは既にある作品イメージを選定)、印刷など、各自で作品を準備します。その間、ワークショップ講師に各自相談することも可能です。

19:10-21:30 1回目の検討とグループでの講評:各自のアプローチをプレゼンテーションし、発表された作品イメージについてグループで議論します。カティアとオリバーは、コンセプトや技術的な問題、解決方法を含めて講評します。

Day 3:

日中は、参加者は各自作品の制作を続け、各自でワークショップ講師と適宜会う機会を設けます。

19:10-21:30 2回目のグループセッション:各参加者の作品の編集や順序の配列。実現や具体化(本、ZINE、映像投影、インスタレーション、パフォーマンス、展示など)の可能性を議論します。

Day 4:

日中:作品最終調整。2回目のキュレーターのモリッツ・ノイミュラー(Moritz Neumüller)によるポートフォリオレビューを行います。(希望者のみ)

19:10–21:30 ギャラリーでそれぞれの参加者による作品のプレゼンテーション。最終講評とディスカッション。

21:30 フェアウェルパーティー

場所:ガーディアン・ガーデン http://rcc.recruit.co.jp/gg/map/index.html

参加条件:提出物 ・経歴書 ・関心のある分野についてのレター(写真の技術的な知識必須:撮影後の基本的な編集経験や映像スキルも必要)・プロジェクトポートフォリオ ・学術コーディネートチームが必要だと判断した場合、個人面談あり。

証明書:コース終了後、基準を満たした方には認定証明書を発行します。

出席:認定証明書(ディプロマ)の授与には、クラスの出席は必須です。

参加費:40,000円(€300)定員制 要申込

申込み締切日:2015年3月15日(日)

お申込み・問い合わせ: info@madrid.ied.es

  • ワークショップは全て英語で行われますが、日本語への通訳サポートも行います。

主催:IED Madrid、EMAHO Magazine

協力:ガーディアン・ガーデン

Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber

The IED Madrid and EMAHO Magazine, in collaboration with Guardian Garden Gallery, launch an intensive four-day workshop with Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieberwhich will take place from April 5 to 8 in Tokyo, Japan.

Katja and Olivier will look at very different forms of publications, contemporary positions as well as introduce various ideas of research and visual strategies.

After an introduction of their own work and their curatorial approach to ANT!FOTO and the ANT!FOTO Manifiesto, different aspects of photographic concepts, different thoughts to photography and ideas of cooperating and collaborating will be discussed with all participants. Views on photography from an european and japanese perspective will be examined and discussed.

In particular the participants are asked to introduce their work to Katja and Oliver (and the other workshop participants). Together they will explore and debate the concepts, develop strategies of presentation or publication of each work and will seek for possibilities how to realize these photographic works. The last evening will be filled with discussing photography during a »居酒屋が並んでいる Izakaya get-together«.

Behind ‚Böhm/Kobayashi‘ lurk the duo Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber, who together cover an extensive range of personas: photographers and artists, curators and exhibition organizers, designers and art book editors. Yet as they move through their photographic cosmos, it is not always so easy to determine where one identity ends and the other begins.[…] Regardless, in their works and activities as artists and art facilitators they have long since become moderators of a very specific photographic culture.
Florian Ebner, Folkwang Museum Essen
 

Workshop Photography in all it’s Glory 

Dates: 05 – 08 April, 2015
Place:  Guardian Garden Gallery, Tokyo

Entry requirement: Curriculum vitae, Letter of interest – Technical knowledge in photography is mandatory; basic experience with post-production skills and a familiarity with audio-visual formats is also required. – Project Portfolio – Personal interview as deemed necessary by the Academic Coordination Team.

Certification: at the end of the course, an accredited certificate will be awarded for having completed it satisfactorily..
Attendance: class attendance is mandatory and will be necessary to obtain a diploma.
Places: Limited places.

Cost: 300 Euros / 40.000 Yen
Admission: info@madrid.ied.es


Day 1:
11:00-13:30 Introduction to the work of Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber, including questions about collaborations, curating, and exhibitions. Special focus on fanzines and book-making.
13:30–14:30 Lunch Break
14:30-17:00 Introduction of the students, their work and their motivations to take the workshop. Introduction to the workshop’s dynamic and targets.
17.00-19.00 Portfolio Review with Moritz Neumüller (optional)

Day 2:
During the day, participants have time for taking images, (or selecting existing images), printing images, preparing material on their own, with the possibilities to see the workshop teachers in informal meetings.
19:10-21:30 First analysis and group critique: Individual presentations of approaches and group discussions of the presented images. Critique by Katja and Oliver including questions about concepts, technical problems and solutions.

Day 3:
During the day, participants continue working on their images and meet with the workshop teachers on an individual basis.
19:10-21:30 Second group session: Editing, sequencing of each participants works. Discussing possibilities of realisation and materialisation (book, fanzine, projection, installation, performance, exhibition, …).

Day 4:
During the day: Final retouches on the projects. Second Portfolio Review with Moritz Neumüller (optional) 19:10–21:00 Presentation of each participants works in the Gallery. Final critique and discussion. 21:00 »居酒屋が並んでいる Izakaya get-together« and farewell.


Katja and Olivier, docents of the European Master of Fine Art Photography, will look at very different forms of publications, contemporary positions as well as introduce various ideas of research and visual strategies. After an introduction of their own work and their curatorial approach to ANT!FOTO and the ANT!FOTO Manifiesto, different aspects of photographic concepts, different thoughts to photography and ideas of cooperating and collaborating will be discussed with all participants. Views on photography from an european and japanese perspective will be examined and discussed. In particular the participants are asked to introduce their work to Katja and Oliver (and the other workshop participants). Together they will explore and debate the concepts, develop strategies of presentation or publication of each work and will seek for possibilities how to realize these photographic works. The last evening will be filled with discussing photography during a »居酒屋が並んでいる Izakaya get-together«.

Behind ‚Böhm/Kobayashi‘ lurk the duo Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber, who together cover an extensive range of personas: photographers and artists, curators and exhibition organizers, designers and art book editors. Yet as they move through their photographic cosmos, it is not always so easy to determine where one identity ends and the other begins.[…] Regardless, in their works and activities as artists and art facilitators they have long since become moderators of a very specific photographic culture.
Florian Ebner, Folkwang Museum Essen

Workshop Photography in all it’s Glory 

Dates: 05 -08 April, 2015 Place:  Guardian Garden Gallery, Tokyo Entry requirement: curriculum vitae, Letter of interest – Technical knowledge in photography is mandatory; basic experience with post-production skills and a familiarity with audio-visual formats is also required. – Project Portfolio – Personal interview as deemed necessary by the Academic Coordination Team. Certification: at the end of the course, an accredited certificate will be awarded for having completed it satisfactorily.. Attendance: class attendance is mandatory and will be necessary to obtain a diploma. Places: Limited places. Cost: 300 Euros / 40.000 Yen Admission: info@madrid.ied.es


  • BOOKS by Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber, 2012
  • OUR HOUSE, 2011. from top: Oliver Sieber, Imaginary Club; Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber, O.i.F. Movie Locations, Megastore and Ephemera; Katja Stuke, Suits.
  • LEFT: from Katja Stuke’s »国庆节 Nationalfeiertag«; RIGHT: from Oliver Sieber’s »Imaginary Club«
  • ANT!FOTO Manifesto. 2012, by Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber

Call for Entries for dienacht #14 (or one of the next issues). Deadline: ASAP

This is a Call from our friend Carlin, editor of dienacht, a printed Magazine for Photography, Design and Subculture published in Berlin. Photography usually is the main topic, but they also feature Illustration, Graphic-Design, and other visual art forms, as well as articles about underground movies, music and self-publishing.

Go for it!

Der Herr Kapitän. Jawoll !


“dienacht likes to see and publish strong, timeless photography. It’s not about showing the most recent series or bodies of work. All kind of photographic genres are showcased in the magazine, excepting fashion photography.
dienacht is published 2x/year, printed in a limited edition of 1000 numbered copies, in English and German.
dienacht is a portfolio magazine.

dienacht is not only a magazine. Single and group exhibitions took place during the last 5 years in different cities in Germany and Luxembourg, showing artists featured in dienacht, guest lectures and talks were hold at universities, colleges and photo festivals.

dienacht is based in Germany – so yes, I also speak German!

Mediakit
Download the mediakit here (German only). If you need any press images, information or the Mediakit in English, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

What other people say about dienacht
Some reviews about dienacht Magazine, Exhibitions and books published by dienacht Publishing.

Contributions
Please send a PDF of your photography portfolio or series (up to 15 images per project); dienacht is also open for Illustration and Graphic-Design submissions. I am looking forward to seeing your works!”

Call for Entries for dienacht #14 (or one of the next issues).
More info: www.dienacht-magazine.com/magazin/

Repost: The Top 20 Photobooks of 2011 by Alec Soth

Top 20 Photobooks of 2011 by Alec Soth (Repost from LITTLE BROWN MUSHROOM BLOG)

While reviewing my favorite photobooks of the year, I noticed that numerous selections could be classified as crime stories. So in creating this year’s list, I thought it would be an entertaining exercise to categorize all of the books by genre. Given the quantity and quality of books being published, it is now feasible to think of photobooks in much the same way as we think of literature and cinema. These genre pigeonholes are reductive, of course, but like year-end lists, they are mostly a lighthearted excuse to analyze and discuss quality work.

Crime: A Criminal Investigation by Watabe Yukichi (Xavier Barral-Le Bal). Following a police detective investigating a 1958 murder in Tokyo, Yukichi’s photos almost look like stills from a Chandleresqe noir. Elegantly mixing text and image with perfect printing and design, this is a masterpiece of photographic storytelling. My favorite book of the year. Runner-up: Redheaded Peckerwood by Christian Patterson (Mack). Like A Criminal Investigation, Patterson’s book was inspired by a 1950’s killing spree. But rather than a linear narrative, Redheaded Peckerwood is like an investigator’s dossier in the age of Google Images.

Comedy: Paloma al aire by Ricardo Cases (Photovision). A documentary on pigeon racing that manages to be funny, mysterious and strangely touching. Runner-up: Animals That Saw Me by Ed Panar (The Ice Plant). Panar’s book could also be classified as the children’s photobook of the year.

Family Drama: In the Shadow of Things by Léonie Hampton (Contrasto). A mother and daughter try to come to terms with shipping boxes, mental illness and memories. Along with the excellent photographs, be sure to read Hampton’s interview with her mother. Runner-Up: Mom & Dad by Terry Richardson (Morel). A fascinating glimpse into the legendary shock-photog’s roots.

Romance: Eden is a Magic World by Miguel Calderón (Little Bigman Books). A heartbreaking look into a Korean man’s obsession with a Mexican soap opera actress. The second brilliant narrative photobook by Calderón. Runner-up: Book of Ruth by Robert Seydel (Siglio) Told in photo-collages and poems, the fictional tale of a woman who falls in love with Joseph Cornell.

Horror: The Wedding by Boris Mikhailov (Morel). Another hard-to-swallow masterpiece from the great provocateur. Runner-up: Series by Enrique Metinides. A fascinating opportunity to watch Metinides horrific tragedies play out in time. Be sure to check out the incredible crime story, The Black Trunk.

Regional/Travel: A by Gregory Halpern (J&L Books). A is for Abandoned, Acrid, Animalistic, American and Ambiguous. Runner-up: One to Nothing by Irina Rozovsky (Kehrer). A beautifully understated Israeli travelogue.

Female artist monograph: Illuminance by Rinko Kawauachi (Aperture/Foil). An exquisitely produced monograph with wide international distribution. This book should make Rinko a household name. Runner-up: About Love by Gay Block (Radius). With the death this year of Milton Rogovin, it is great to see the tradition of quiet and humane portraiture living on in the work of Gay Block.

Male artist monograph: Dirk Braeckman (Roma Publications). Described by Braeckman as “a cross between an artist’s book and a survey publication,” this is a terrific summation of his mysterious and distinctive world. Runner up: A New Map of Italy by Guido Guidi (Loosestrife Editions). Guidi’s complicated excavation of simplicity edited and packaged by John Gossage.

Historical/Archive: Photographic Memory: The Album in the Age of Photography by Verna Posever Curtis and Denise Wolff (Aperture). A beautifully produced book on a fascinating subject. Runner-up: War Primer 2 by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin (Mack). A searing update of Bertolt Brecht’s Photo-epigrams.

Independent/self-published: Lang Zal Ze Levan (Happy Birthday To You) by Anouk Kruithof. Ten joyous birthday celebrations in a psychiatric institution. Runner-up: Gomorrah Girl by Valerio Spada. Another excellent crime book, this one a mashup of documentary portraiture and a Neapolitan police report

Did I miss any genres? Do you disagree with my selections? What were your favorite books of 2011? I want to hear your comments.

LBM | December 12, 2011 at 2:37 pm | Categories: lists | URL: http://wp.me/pJNQt-1dV

PhotoIreland this week: Collaborative Change Conference and Martin Parr Talk at the Book Fair

This upcoming week, PhotoIreland will feature a myriad of Conferences, Talks, Exhibitions and Events.

On the 14th: Symposium Collaborative Change? – Commons, Networks, Exchange

This one-day symposium, co-organized by PhotoIreland and GradCAM and supported by the City Arts Office, Dublin City Council, investigates emerging possibilities around collaboration, sharing and exchange and collective models of production, consumption, and ownership across a number of arts and non-arts fields.

It brings together number of local and international speakers made up of artists and theorists, activists and commentators across a number of areas and fields. These include: Michel Bauwens, Branka Ćurčić,Renée Ridgway, Patrick Bresnihan, Nicolas Malevé, Adria Rodriguez, Gergely Laszlo, Tom Stewart, Michaele Cutaya, Aebhric Coleman and Andrew Hetherington.

Date: Thursday 14th July, Wood Quay Venue, Dublin 2
Time: 9.15am – 5.45pm. Fee: €8 includes teas, coffees and lunch for the day.
Bookings and further information: martin.mccabe@gradcam.ie

On the 15th: Opening of Book & Magazine Fair

10:00am Opening of exhibition The History of Disappearance by The Franklin Furnace, and Opening of PhotoIrland’s Book & Magzine Fair, at Filmbase
3:00pm Talk: Martin Parr on Photobooks, at Filmbase
5:00pm Opening of exhibition Martin Parr’s Best Books of the Decade, National Photographic Archive

On the 16th: Talks and Worshops at Filmbase

1:00pm Bookmaking Seminars BLURB 1
5:00pm Presentation: Photobook Course at the European Institute of Design
6:00pm Blurb Presents SHOW at Filmbase
8:00pm Bruno Ceschel Lecture on Self Publish, Be Happy
9:00pm Markus Schaden Lecture on Publishing

Exhibition Highlights of PhotoIreland 2011

The Long View.
Group show of Ireland’s leading contemporary photographic artists
Gallery of Photography, Meeting House Square Temple Bar, Dublin 2
1 July – 28 August | Tue to Sat 11 – 6pm | Sun 1 – 6pm


Martin Parr’s Best Books of the Decade
A selection of 30 representative works, hand-picked by one of the greatest photographic bibliophiles on the planet
National Photographic Archive, Meeting House Square,Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Opening: 15 July 5pm | 16 – 31 July | Mon to Sat 10 – 5pm | Sun 12 – 5pm


Out of the Darkroom: The David Kronn Collection
Irish born American collector David Kronn’s collection ranges from 19th century Daguerreotypes to contemporary masters
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin 8
20 July – 09 October | Tue to Sat 10 – 5.30pm | Wed 10.30 – 5.30pm


Mexican Worlds: 25 Contemporary Photographers
Group exhibition organized by the Centro de la Imagen, in Mexico City
Sebastian Guinness Gallery at Connaught House, 1 Burlington Road, Dublin 4
1 – 31 July | Mon to Sat 10 – 6pm


History of Disappearance by The Franklin Furnace, New York.
Live Art from New York 1975 – Present. Works selected from the Archives of Franklin Furnace.
In the framework of PhotoIreland’s Book & Magazine Fair, p. 48.
FilmBase, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Opening: 15 July 10am | 15 – 31 July | Mon to Sat 10.30 – 5.30pm | Sun 11 – 5.30pm


Photographs 1908 – 1940, by Luis Ramón Marín
Retrospective of the Spanish photo-journalist and pioneer of aerial photography
Instituto Cervantes Dublin, Lincoln House, Lincoln Place, Dublin 2
7 July – 24 September | Mon to Thu 2-7pm | Sat 10-2pm | closed Fri & Sun


‘Images of Germany. 8 photographic positions.’
Group exhibition by the artist-run agency OSTKREUZ from Berlin
The Complex, Smithfield, Dublin 7
Exhibition Opening: 8 July 6pm | 9 – 28 July | 12pm to 6pm daily


The full programme is available on the PhotoIreland website, and its Calendar.