Rut Blees Luxemburg

Rut Blees Luxemburg is a German photographer based in London. Her technique is to photograph at night, exploring the urban landscape. She studied at the London College of Communication and went on to gain an MA at the University of Westminster in 1996. She has made numerous photobooks including London: A Modern Project published in … Read more

Sophy Rickett

Sophy Rickett is a visual artist, working with photography and video/sound installation. She lives and works in London. She studied photography at London College of Printing, and gained an MA at the Royal College of Art. Rickett’s photographic work explores the competing forces of light and darkness in defining and articulating space, often using photography … Read more

Thomas Weski

Thomas Weski is one of the most important and prominent curators and writers of photography in Germany. At present he is the director/curator of the Michael Schmidt Archive and has curated the exhibition, Michael Schmidt Retrospective at the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum for Gegenwart in Berlin in 2020. He has been curator in the Photography and … Read more

JH Engström

Engström is a Swedish photographer based in Paris and Smedsby. He has published many critically acclaimed books including Härbärge, Trying to Dance, Haunts, Sketch of Paris and Revoir. His approach is intuitive with a very personal reading of the world in which the autobiographical exploration is central. Engström demonstrates that all things carry vital energy … Read more

Todd Hido

Todd Hido is a San Francisco Bay Area-based artist whose work has been featured in Artforum, The New York Times Magazine, Eyemazing, Wired, Elephant, FOAM, and Vanity Fair. His photographs are in the permanent collections of the Getty, the Whitney Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, New York, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the … Read more

Roberta Stein

Roberta Stein is an Italian born photographer based in Berlin. She studied photography at Neue Schule für Fotografie in Berlin and graduated in 2017. Since graduating she has worked closely on projects with  her mentor, Eva Maria Ochebauer. Together they curated a project made out of a residence organized in the village of Oshobo and … Read more

Michael Ackerman

American, born in Tel Aviv and currently living in Berlin. Ackerman is a deeply subjective photographer. His pictures are documents from his travels yet express a reflection of his personal malaise, uncertainties and existential realities. He received the Nadar Award for his book, End Time City in 1999. His book, Half Life, was published in … Read more

Vivia de la Chesnais

Co-founder and project manager of Berlin Foto Kiez (Art Foto Mode). Vivia was responsible for organising workshops with Antoine d’Agata, Michael Ackerman and Anders Petersen. In 2018 she co-ordinated the workshop taught byTodd Hido at Chateau de LaSalle in Burgundy. She continues to collaborate with Art Foto Mode but concentrates on other projects including the … Read more

Karolina Spolniewski

Karolina Spolniewski was born in Poland but raised in Germany after her parents escaped Communism when she was a child. She studied a photography B.A. at Berlin University of Art and Design. Currently works as  an independent photographer and a filmmaker. In her work she explores the power structure of bonding constellations, matters of evanescence as … Read more

John Gossage

Gossage is an American photographer and has been greatly influential to a generation of photographers. Gossage has an ‘under stated’ aesthetic, the best example of which is realised in his photobook, The Pond, published in 1985. John Gossage was born in New York, in 1946, and is well known for his artist’s books and photographic … Read more