Conference call: After Post-Photography 4 – Modes of Production

Place:
St. Petersburg, European University in St. Petersburg, Russia

Organisers:
Maria Gourieva, Olga Davydova, Natalia Mazur, Daria Panaiotti, Friedrich Tietjen

Dates:
16.05.2018 – 18.05.2018

Deadline:
20.12.2018

https://appconference.wordpress.com/

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Open Call: Ground Zine Fest / Moscow

First International Moscow Art Book Fair of independent publishing houses, artists’ books, zines, monographs and periodicals.

Registration is open to everyone who runs an independent publication, works as an independent publisher, etc.

Deadline for applying is March 20th, 23:59 h. Moscow time. MSK (UTC+3)

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Photobook Submission Open

We are very excited to announce submissions are now open for our upcoming photobook show in Russia.

We invite people to submit photobooks at any stage of production and distribution, from handmade prototypes and dummies, to one off, published and self published photobooks. Check out our shows page to see previous editions.

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Conference Call “After Post-Photography”, St. Petersburg Russia

After Post Photography — 3

With the third edition of After Post-Photography we will continue to explore how photographic images and realities – whatever they may be – are interconnected. We share the post-photographic critique that these connections are by no means stable as concepts such as indexicality suggest. Yet in particular the practices of using Read More

After Post-Photography 3

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