Harry Gruyaert

Born in 1941. Belgian. Harry Gruyaert studied cinema & photography in Brussels from 1959 to 1962. He then became a photographer in Paris, while working as a freelance photography director for the Flemish television between 1963 and 1967. In 1969, he made the first of a long series of trips to Morocco. From 1970 to … Read more

Claudia Küssel

Claudia Küssel is an Amsterdam-born art historian, curator, writer, editor, and producer in the field of contemporary photography and visual arts. Currently, she is based in Budapest. Before moving to Hungary, she worked for institutions such as Fotomuseum The Hague, Nederlands Fotomuseum Rotterdam, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Foam. She has curated many solo and group exhibitions and collaborated with … Read more

Sarah Gray

Sarah Gray has worked as a Picture Editor in magazines such as Esquire, Financial Times, GQ, Tatler, The Sunday Times Magazine, The Times features, and Vogue, but also did a couple of years at Magnum Photos, New York, and London in 1996 and 2006. After finishing her university degree in London, Sarah took off for … Read more

Rita Lino

Rita Lino is a Portuguese visual artist living and working in Berlin. She began tracing her own path in photography by exploring freely and without any kind of pre-conception of the construction of the still image. Focusing mainly on her personal work, the photographer has been developing and materialising it in many series of photos … Read more

Simon Norfolk

Over a long career Simon Norfolk has… Flown a helicopter into an active volcano (looking for bears) and once had to jump off a cruise ship; Shot two seconds of an Austin Powers movie; once punched a High Court judge and has a photograph in the fictional art collection of Bobby Axelrod in the TV … Read more

Laia Abril

Laia Abril (Barcelona, 1986) is a research-based artist working with photography, text and sound. After graduating in journalism and working as an editor at Colors Magazine, she focused on developing long-term projects on uneasy and hidden realities about women rights, grief and bio-politics. She is the author of several books: The Epilogue (2014, Dewi Lewis), … Read more

Sylvia Sachini

Sylvia Sachini (b. 1988, Albania) is a curator and book editor-publisher, based in Athens. In 2021 she founded MISC Athens, a non-profit gallery of contemporary art in Athens, with the primary goal of building and contributing to horizontal practices. It provides a framework for artists and audiences to interact and converse in a space where they can create and … Read more

David Campany

David Campany is a curator, writer, editor and educator. His recent exhibitions include William Klein: Yes. Photographs, Paintings, Films 1948-2013 2022; Actual Size: Photography at Life Scale 2022; A Trillion Sunsets: a Century of Image Overload 2022; Gillian Laub: Family Matters 2021; Diana Markosian: Santa Barbara 2021; and A Handful of Dust 2015. He was the curator of The Lives and Loves of Images (the six-museum Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie, Germany 2020). His … Read more

Michael Grieve/AFM Director

Founder and director of ArtFotoMode, and is currently based in Athens and Berlin. He graduated with an MA in Photographic Studies from the University of Westminster in 1997. He has been a photographer commissioned for magazines and publications internationally and represented by Agence VU in Paris. In 2010 he became the deputy editor of 1000 … Read more

Vanessa Winship

Vanessa Winship is a British photographer who works on long term projects of portrait, landscape, reportage and documentary photography. These personal projects have predominantly been in Eastern Europe but also the USA. Winship’s books include Schwarzes Meer (2007), Sweet Nothings (2008) and She Dances on Jackson (2013). Her first retrospective exhibition was at Fundación Mapfre gallery … Read more