Martin Bogren


19-23 July 2021
Berlin, Germany

About the

This workshop will be conducted by Swedish photographer, Martin Bogren, in the vibrant city of Berlin. Participants will be encouraged to produce a fresh body of work or extend existing projects during these intense 5 days. Bogren is renowned for his beautifully intimate photographs, combining a pictorialism and realism, framed in a subjective documentary narrative. Bogren is an observer yet engages with his chosen subjects. In mentoring, Bogren will help participants to find or expand on visual techniques and strategies towards the realisation of meaningful photographic projects, imbued with a strong and sublime sensibility.

The workshop will take place in the heart of the creative district of Kreuzberg.

Bogren is a photographer based in Malmö, Sweden. Since 2008 he has been the author of critically acclaimed photobooks including Ocean, Tractor Boys, Italia and his recently published August Song. He has exhibited at numerous galleries internationally and is represented by Galerie VU in Paris.

“At every moment he finds the right distance, one which states nothing other than the subjectivity of his perspective and he succeeds in combining a documentary approach with a sensitive affirmation of his vision. One thinks, of course, of all those photographers who – from Robert Frank onwards, from Anders Petersen to Michael Ackerman – have known how to give us the gift of their way of looking, telling us that they wanted to show nothing more than what they needed to show and to say.” Christian Cajoulle

About the





30 June 2021

Earlybird price

Normal price

750 euros
Fees can be paid in two installments. The first installment (300 euros) will act as the deposit. This price is for the workshop only, not accommodation

In order to apply for the workshop you can either send an email or fill in the following form and we will contact you.

For more information about the workshop contact

Via email
To submit your work you can send an email to:, including a short C.V, a statement and a pdf file containing up to 15 images of your work.

Via application form
To submit your work you can fill in the following form and attach a zip folder including a short C.V, a statement and a pdf file containing up to 15 images of your work.

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