published on 13.3.2019

145 | 2019

The contributions to the March issue of Camera Austria International probe the terrain between photography and cinematography; the themes of the artists introduced here range from the effects of historical photography and its usurpation for the causes of political ideology through the violent permeation of landscape and on to the initiation of a fictive dialogue […]


published on 08. March 2019

Maria Hahnenkamp: What Does Photography Mean Here?

For many years, the artist has been investigating the possibilities presented by the photographic dispositif, with different visual regimes, or shadow and mirror formations, playing an essential role in the construction of (not only female) identity. In her photographic, textual, and haptic works, Hahnenkamp leads us through various reductions of the rendered material, thematizing not […]


CURRENT: 9.3.–26.5.2019

Maria Hahnenkamp

Maria Hahnenkamp counts among the generation of artists whose work is already fundamentally shaped by feminist discourse. Her exploration of photography and of photographic image politics is thus also an examination of female image typologies. Instead of thematizing counter-images here, she is concerned with a manner of exposing the structural violence of the photographic images […]


2.4.2019, 6 pm

Screening Andrew Norman Wilson and Presentation Camera Austria International No. 145

On the occasion of the presentation of Camera Austria International Nr. 145 we cordially invite you to a film screening and drinks in our exhibition space in Graz. We are happy to present three filmic works by artist Andrew Norman Wilson, whose work “KODAK” (2018) is presented in the March issue of Camera Austria International. “Workers Leaving the […]


FOTO WIEN, 23.3.2019, 5.30 pm

Screening »Image Diplomacy« and Presentation Camera Austria International No. 145

In the scope of FOTO WIEN, we will present our spring issue, Camera Austria International 145. The contributions to this issue probe the terrain between photography and cinematography. The themes addressed by Studio for Propositional Cinema, Vladislav Shapovalov, Deborah Stratman, and Andrew Norman Wilson range from the effects of historical photography and its usurpation for the […]



Duesseldorf Photo Weekend

The eighth edition of Duesseldorf Photo Weekend features more than fifty exhibitions with historical and contemporary positions of photography. Current photographic trends, questions with regard to the change of meaning of visual culture and society are addressed here in reflection with photography and its cultural history. Museums, galleries, and off spaces offer in addition to […]


8.12.2018 – 17.2.2019

Tetsugo Hyakutake
Postwar Conditions

The exhibition by the Japanese artist Tetsugo Hyakutake, born 1975, leads back into history in a twofold way. On the one hand, he analyzes Japan’s history since World War II and how it has affected current identity formations within the country, which, for many decades, has been under the influence of the West, most especially the […]


15. - 17.2.2019

Frieze Los Angeles

The inaugural edition of Frieze Los Angeles will bring together 70 of the most significant and forward-thinking contemporary galleries from across the city and around the world, alongside a curated program of talks, site-specific artists’ projects and film. Camera Austria International 144 can be found at the Magazine Kiosk M6! The new annual contemporary art fair […]


published on 12.12.2018

144 | 2018

Photography has long since ceased being reduced to classical two-dimensional formats whose presentation solely is played out in the form of artwork mounted on walls. Preceding the actual artistic work is an elaborate conceptual and research-oriented practice that is an essential part of the work ultimately on show. Thus, the artists presented in Camera Austria […]


18.1.2019, 6 pm

Artist’s talk with Tetsugo Hyakutake & Film screening “Tokyo Story”

In the scope of our current exhibition “Tetsugo Hyakutake: Postwar Conditions,” the artist will discuss his work with curator Walter Seidl. The talk will be followed by a screening of Ozu Yasujirō’s film “Tokyo Story” (Tokyo monogatari, 1953), selected by Tetsugo Hyakutake. “Tokyo Story” is considered one of the greatest Japanese films ever made and […]


published on 11. December 2018

Alice Maude-Roxby, Stefanie Seibold: Censored Realities / Changing New York. The complete reclaimed texts of art critic and political journalist Elizabeth McCausland intended for photographer Berenice Abbott’s 1930s seminal book Changing New York

Within research of female/sapphic collaborations of modernity, a perpetual process of “erasure” or the “writing-out of art history” of female collaborators is exposed. One such example is evident through analysis of the 1939 Dutton publication Changing New York by photographer Berenice Abbott and writer Elizabeth McCausland. Little or nothing is known of the fact that […]


Museum der Moderne Salzburg, 24.11.2018 – 4.3.2019

Camera Austria International
Laboratory for Photography and Theory

A major international photography exhibition at the Museum der Moderne Salzburg pays tribute to the pioneering achievements of Camera Austria and the vital role it plays in the Austrian photography scene for over four decades. With works by Robert Adams, Nobuyoshi Araki, Lewis Baltz, Sabine Bitter & Helmut Weber, Anna and Bernhard Blume, Petar Dabac, […]


published on 14. November 2018

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21.12.2018, 7 pm

Book Launch: Censored Realities / Changing New York

Presentation with Stefanie Seibold and Alice Maude-Roxby, moderated by Sabine Weier Within research of female/sapphic collaborations of modernity, a perpetual process of “erasure” or the “writing-out of art history” of female collaborators is exposed. One such example is evident through analysis of the 1939 Dutton publication Changing New York by photographer Berenice Abbott and writer […]


13.12.2018, 7 pm

Magazine Release Party
Camera Austria International No. 144

Come around and celebrate the release of our winter issue, Camera Austria International No. 144, with us! It comprises amazing contributions by Oliver Laric, Justin Hoffmann, Johanna Jaeger, Jens Asthoff, Lebohang Kganye, Francesco Zanot, Hana Miletić, and E.C. Feiss, and many others. Johanna Jaeger will develop a mini exhibition with works featured in the magazine for this […]


published on 04. November 2018

Stephanie Kiwitt: Máj/My

On the Národní Třída (Avenue of the Nation) in Prague stands a department store that opened in 1975. Until the fall of the socialist regime it was called “Máj”: the month of May. Nowadays the fifth month of the year is referred to in Czech as “květen”. “Máj” is an older word that has a […]


27.11.2018, 6pm–9pm

Pop-up exhibition
enjoy photography 6
Friedl Kubelka School

Camera Austria is presenting the sixth edition of “enjoy photography,” a pop-up exhibition in which 2017–18 graduates of the Friedl Kubelka School for Artistic Photography in Vienna explore the question “Why photography?” under the guidance of Anja Manfredi. With contributions by: Susanna Azevedo, Tina Bauer, Sophia Mara Egger-Karlegger, Elisabeth Fölsche, Jurgis Gecys, Elodie Grethen, Julia […]