Events

published on 05. April 2017

On Publishing (Photography), LE BAL, Paris

On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the photography magazine EIKON, LE BAL, and the Austrian Cultural Forum in Paris invite editors, graphic designers, photographers, and historians to discuss the future and meaning of print media and photography in the digital age. The event was initiated by Abigail Solomon-Godeau, writer and emeritus professor and […]

Magazine

Release on 22. 3. 2017

137 | 2017

During a period of difficult and confusing societal and cultural transformation, where the question of differentiation between the truth and the real appears to be made ever more impossible, it may well be important to move the gaze from the centre towards the peripheries—as we already did in the previous issues. We must depart from […]

Exhibitions

CURRENT 18.3. – 4.6.2017

Hans Hansen: Atelier

Hans Hansen is widely considered to be one of the most important creators of product and still-life photography. His pictorial language evolved through a quest for simplification and by toying with form and alienation, usually based on his experiments with light. By using reduction and liberating objects from their contexts of origin, Hansen has succeeded […]

Events

31 March 2017

Books Launch: New publications by School for Contemporary Arts / Vancouver

The release of four new publications by Simon Fraser University, School for Contemporary Arts will be celebrated on March 31, 2017. Among them the following two books by Urban Subjects (Sabine Bitter, Jeff Derksen, Helmut Weber): The Militant Image Reader (Edition Camera Austria, 2015) and Front, Field, Line, Plane: Researching the Militant Image (adocs, 2016). The first brings […]

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published on 13. March 2017

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Books

published on 07. March 2017

Martin Behr, Martin Osterider: Triester 12

Since 2003 the artists Martin Behr und Martin Osterider, both born 1964 in Graz, have been embarking on photographic forays into the Triester settlement in the Graz district of Gries, where they both grew up—independently of one another and on a regular basis. They always take the same two paths, ones they had both often […]

Events

10.3.2017, 8 pm

Martin Behr, Martin Osterider: Triester

A crow, mistletoe in wintery trees, an abandoned petrol station, ACAB, “Magreth’s Café”, the café “Bombon”, the café/lounge/dance bar “Monte Cito”, graffiti with the trickled words “Liebe! Liebe!” (Love! Love!), industrial buildings, a riverbank, an SK Sturm scarf on the rear shelf of a blue Peugeot 106 XR, torn posters, streets and sidewalks and pathways […]

Events

17 February – 2 April 2017

Videonale.16

Festival for Video and Time-Based Arts, Kunsmuseum Bonn, 17.02. – 02.04.2017 Camera Austria International 135 and Camera Austria International 136 with a focus on video art is presented in the reading area and available at the Walther König bookstore in the Kunstmusem Bonn. The 16th Videonale – Festival for Video and Time-Based Arts, under the […]

Magazine

Release on 12. 12. 2016

136 | 2016

When society experiences its typical character along its margins, a concept that we explored in the last issue, this applies all the more to the photographic images themselves. In this issue, we are focusing on transitions from the photographic to the performative, on passages in photography leading to the dispositifs of cinema and video, both […]

Books

published on 06. December 2016

Stephanie Kiwitt: Dialogues

In “Dialogues”, the German artist Stephanie Kiwitt, who resides in Brussels, has for the first time compiled various works from recent years that take the form of publications and exhibition projects in a joint context. New junctures arise from image to image, never before seen in this way—each new image is a leap through time […]

Events

3 – 5 February 2017

Duesseldorf Photo Weekend 2017

We are happy to present all 2016 issues of Camera Austria International at the Photo Book Salon in the framework of the Duesseldorf Photo Weekend. The book salon in the historic library of the Hochschule Dusseldorf shows selected European photo book publishers and is complemented by an exciting program of lectures devoted to the photo […]

Exhibitions

8.12.2016 – 19.2.2017

Stephanie Kiwitt
Dialogues

In »Dialogues«, the German artist Stephanie Kiwitt, who resides in Brussels, has for the first time compiled various works from recent years that take the form of publications and exhibition projects in a joint context. New junctures arise from image to image, never before seen in this way—each new image is a leap through time […]

Events

20 January 2017

#J20 Camera Austria Closed Today

Camera Austria will remain closed today in solidarity with cultural institutions and art activists across the U.S. #J20 “We consider Art Strike to be one tactic among others to combat the normalization of Trumpism—a toxic mix of white supremacy, misogyny, xenophobia, militarism, and oligarchic rule. Like any tactic, it is not an end in itself, […]

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published on 14. November 2016

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11 December 2016

Camera Austria International 136 Magazine Release and Artist Talk Stefanie Seufert/Reinhard Braun at Friends With Books 2016

Our winter issue is out! We are happy to anounce Camera Austria International 136 with contributions by Pauline Boudry & Renate Lorenz, João Maria Gusmão & Pedro Paiva, Matthias Müller, Amie Siegel, Maya Schweizer. In this issue, we are focusing on transitions from the photographic to the performative, on passages in photography leading to the […]

Events

November 11 – 13, 2016

Trial Mode 02: (Un)learning contemporary art—Building Synergies

»How to write a tropical disease // How to write a manifesto«, a workshop by Rebecca Close / Diásporas Críticas. This workshop seeks to share a corpus of poetic-political texts (speeches, manifestos and poetry) that have questioned and responded to the specific ways in which modernizing urbanization projects were intimately bound to medical and hygienist […]

Edition

published on 06. October 2016

Markus Krottendorfer
Mountains of Kong

In August of the year 2016, Markus Krottendorfer embarked on an expedition into the Kong Mountains of Africa, following the trail of the expedition undertaken between 1795 and 1797 by the Scottish explorer Mungo Park along the banks of the Niger River. It was in Park’s travel journals that the mountains were first recorded on […]