It was a tough time, but the new issue of dienacht is almost there! Featuring, among others Sarah Sudhoff’s “At the Hour of our death” series, and more photography by Francesca Romeo, Tito Mouraz, Julia Sonntag, Aaron McElroy (one of the six photographers from the Nocturnes-book), Axel Beyer, Tatiana Tcherkezyan, a design Portfolio by David Einwaller, photo book reviews, …
Also, the dienacht Short Stories-section showcases again short portfolios by 12 photographers – we wanted you to see even more intriguing works and get more sources of inspiration. They are supposed to encourage the reader to learn more about the particular photographers and works, to visit their websites, to track their work process.
All 7 – timeless – available issues: dienacht #8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and the special issue “Ostkreuzschule – Faits Divers”.
Over 870 pages of intriguing photography, graphic-design, illustration, art and stories, photo book reviews, and so much more.
All 7 available issues: dienacht #8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and the special issue “Ostkreuzschule – Faits Divers”.
Over 870 pages
40 Euro (instead of 50 Euro regular price)
The successor to my first photo zine ‘Blinded By The Dark’, the continuation of the ‘underground music meets instant film’ theme. This time, the selected images are not the actual positives, but the carefully reclaimed paper negatives that come with peel-apart film.
150 x 185 mm (5.91 x 7.28 inches)
edition of 60
black & white digital print
Get it here.
Der Titel der zweiten Ausgabe des HANT – Magazin für Fotografie („Das letzte Einhorn“) umschreibt nach Aussagen desMitherausgebers Paul-Ruben Mundthal: „Assoziationen zu den Thematiken Identität, Selbstreflexion sowie Zeitlichkeit. Die Verknüpfung einer surrealen Fabelwelt mit der Fragilität einer einsamen Ikone stand im Mittelpunkt der Ausgabe.“
HANT – Magazin für Fotografie ist eine Initiative von StudentInnen und Alumni der Universitäten Weimar, Jena, Erfurt sowie der Berufsakademie Gera. Das Magazin beleuchtet die Thüringer Fotoszene und fördert die Vernetzung kreativer Potentiale der Region. Die Redaktion sitzt in Erfurt.
Auflage: 500 Exemplare
Format: 16,5 x 22,5 cm, 80 Seiten
Trier West is considered to be a disadvantaged suburban area with a high rate of unemployment and a lot of low cost housing which was developed from a former barracks.
In spite of various social problems, Trier West is a very lively neighborhood, not least because of its many young and restless people. All know each other, families stick together, and the inhabitants love their neighborhood.
Social life takes place on the street with the neighbors and in the summer months -people sit in front of their houses and chat with passers-by. Kids rush up and down the streets with bikes and greet everyone passing their way, and feed upon the demolished gumball machine.
The street called Trierweilerweg is a kind of passage between downtown Trier and Trier West, which you walk through to get to the low cost houses. I lived in this street for two years, and during this time I documented the everyday life of the 150 meter street section I could see from my window.
A Special Edition of 5 with a signed and numbered Print (20 x 30 cm, printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag, 308 g/m²) is available. The Special Print Edition is sold out.
Print run: 45 copies + 5 copies incl. a 20 x 30 cm Print, signed and numbered
32 Pages, black and white photographs on cream paper | Size: 18 x 13 cm | 2nd Edition
Cover made of polaroid cardboard, laser perforated
The very new dienacht issue arrived, featuring, among others Asger Carlsen’s “Wrong” series (also the cover story), and more photography by Chinese photographer Ren Hang, by Palíndromo Mészáros, Julia Sonntag, Scott Typaldos, “unlikely” objects by Giuseppe Colarusso, a design Portfolio by Sfia Brajal, photo book reviews, …
There is a also a brand new section: dienacht Short Stories showcases short portfolios by 12 photographers – we wanted you to see even more intriguing works and get more sources of inspiration. They are supposed to encourage the reader to learn more about the particular photographers and works, to visit their websites, to track their work process.
„Mein Name ist Hengstler, wie der Hengst.“ – L’Hengst eine kleine Liebeserklärung an die Physiognomie des Pferdes. Stillstand und Bewegung, Energie, Masse, Kraft, Würde, Ehrfurcht. Keine Klein-Mädchen-Träume, sondern vielmehr gezielte, sinnliche Fotografien in einem handgebundenen Heft.
Format: 18,5 x 27,5 cm
24 Seiten + Umschlag
offene Bindung, Hand gebunden
You will fall in love with this book… Only 3 copies available!
„Laura Makabresku condenses the fairy tale into a frame. One stage on which everything plays out. There is a heroine existing between the worlds. Beautiful and dark. Her sexuality fluctuates between girlish erotic fantasy and the extreme instincts of nature. In a childish way she is fascinated by death. Her land is inhabited by animals, monsters, people in animal masks, objects—all of them of equal status. The world’s orders tangle together. Death in this land is liberating, a kind of good dream into which we tumble, searching for eternity, and which exists within us as constellations painted on the heroine’s body. The motifs and scenes are repeated. Themes are repeated obsessively. It all exists outside of time, everywhere and nowhere, never and always, in the seventy-seventh land. And eternity is just as cruel as death.” – Magdalena Kownacka
Andy Reaser’s beautiful and haunting images are created using old film cameras, natural light, and unreliable flashes. A Los Angeles-based television writer, Reaser grew up in the mountains of Roanoke, Virginia, where he developed a fondness for ghost stories, cemeteries, and the sky.
First edition, 2012
32 pages, ca. 20 x 25,5 cm
Printed in numbered edition of 525