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dienacht Package

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)
Please choose:

Neu im Shop: Calin Kruse – Schmetterling

Sometimes, unexpected things happen.

First Edition: 100 copies (001-100). Sold out
Second Edition: 200 copies (101-300).

A Special Edition of 10 with a signed and numbered Print (20 x 30 cm, printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag, 308 g/m²) is available. Sold out.

Risograph printing
64 pages, 14 x 20 cm, open thread stitching
2-color-printed dust cover
Print run (second edition): 200 copies, numbered

20,00 Euro

“Nowhere” by Leon Kirchlechner awarded with the German Photobook Prize!

Now it’s official: We are happy to announce that “Nowhere” by Leon Kirchlechner (published by dienacht Publishing and Der Greif) has just been awarded with the German Photobook Prize in Silver (Deutscher Fotobuchpreis)!

Get it here: www.dienacht-magazine.com/publishing/

dienacht #14 out now!

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.

Get your copy here (worldwide shipping): www.dienacht.bigcartel.com

1000 copies, numbered
126 pages, 15 x 18 cm
offset print, in English and German

7,00 Euro

Neu im Shop: LAURA MAKABRESKU – THE MOON IS FOR ADULTS ONLY

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

Support Emphas.is

I was very excited when I first heard about Emphas.is, shortly after they started in 2011. It was the first and it’s still the only crowdfunding-platform supporting high quality photojournalism.

Now, it’s time for us to support them, and help Emphas.is to keep the good work. Make a pledge and support this unique project!
http://www.emphas.is/web/guest/discoverprojects?projectID=837

Leon Kirchlechner: Nowhere

** German Photo Book Award 2014 for NOWHERE! **
** NOWHERE was selected by Photo-Eye as one of the best books of 2013 **

dienacht Publishing and Der Greif proudly present Leon Kirchlechner’s NOWHERE.

»Nothing […] is anywhere ever simply present or absent.« – Jacques Derrida

Was there something? Or nothing?

With no horizon, one’s view into the distance is impeded. Scanning, searching, one’s gaze comes to a standstill in Leon Kirchlechner’s photographs. The eye may slow, but it doesn’t find repose. The peace is not contemplative: it is restless. The restricted field of view has a narrowing effect. It makes the room strangely dislocated, denies me the geographical coordinates that would give me a feeling of safety. And so, even as the onlooker, I remain dislocated in the usually centrically, often symmetrically composed images. I can’t make sense of this centrality. Nor is it reassuring. Although it gives me pause, it doesn’t offer anything for me to grasp. It’s not the enjoyable, thought-provoking stillness that many works of art inspire. Rather, it’s an oppressive, constricting stillness, one that causes alarm.

»I was immediately enthralled by what I saw,« explains Leon Kirchlechner. »An inky black hole opened up suddenly and incomprehensibly in the cold, bare ground. It appeared to swallow the light. The unstructured, almost two-dimensional black was deceptive; the thought of falling into it made me shudder. How deep was it? What was in it? Was there anything? Or nothing? I expected something. I suspected something. I knew that nothing would happen and yet I was as if hypnotised. Filled with an illusory fear I stood still – and looked at what I could not see.«

This experience has become encoded in his images. The unknown that prompts these seemingly so unremarkable existential tremors within us. That what one sees before oneself is not what one senses. Namely that what appears in the image is not even present. But that absence is exactly what arrests the gaze. The actual subject of the photograph, its raison d’être, is beyond the picture. “The absence of the imaged subject is nothing other than an intense presence, receding into itself, gathering itself together in its intensity,” wrote Jean-Luc Nancy. This is addressed fundamentally and unremittingly in Leon Kirchlechner’s images.
What is present in the image is, in fact, what is absent.
Text: Prof. Ulrich Fleischmann 

Co-Published by dienacht Publishing and Der Greif.

Hard cover, clothbound
offset printed, thread stitched
30 x 22 cm, 64 pages
Print run: 800 copies, numbered
29.80 €

Please choose:

Nowhere – Limited Edition – Book + Print

Get a signed, numbered copy of Leon Kirchlechner’s photobook »NOWHERE« together with a limited, signed print. You can choose one of the four following photographs (see above). All four photographs are available as a limited edition of 5 copies, size 50 x 33 cm.

In case of purchase please indicate the photograph of your choice (№ 1 to № 4) in the comments field.
All orders will be shipped by June 6th.

BOOK: 30 x 22 cm | 64 pages | numbered & signed
PRINT: Inkjet Print
Image size: 50 x 33 cm
Paper size: 52 x 35 cm
Print run: 4 x 5 copies | signed
4 photographs to choose from
300 €

dienacht #13 is there!

Dear all, the brand new issue of dienacht is now available! It showcases on 128 pages fantastic Photography by Chad Moore, Ingar Krauss, Daisuke Yokota, Johan Bävman, Sylvia Ballhause, Verena Brandt, Francesco Merlini, … Illustration by Poste Aérienne, an article about the underground filmmaker Shirley Clarke, a Graphic-Design Portfolio by Xavi Garcia, book and photozine reviews…

Get your copy here (worldwide shipping): www.dienacht.bigcartel.com

1000 copies, numbered
128 pages, 15 x 18 cm
offset print, in English and German

7,00 Euro

Gabriel Orłowski: Anti-accent

dienacht Publishing · Edition proudly presents Anti-accent, a limited book (100 copies) by Gabriel Orłowski, every copy arrives with a numbered Print!

“(…) I don’t really want to know whether the characters read beatniks, nihilists, right-wing journalists, liberal gibberish or SF writers. Neither do I feel the need to identify them with the music they listen to. We can guess that they probably don’t listen to club music, for example (although they seem to enjoy the disco ball). (…) I think that Anti-accent, even though it portrays people involved in the ‘punk scene’, with all their artistic influences, this aforementioned ‘fall’ of the ideas has a marginal meaning. These photographs ‘are punk’ more than they ‘show punk’. They seem to rather invite you to ‘punk’, than guide you through all the sweaty rehearsal rooms. ‘Punk’ understood as a certain idea, an ethos, a rebellion, showing your bruised ass off to the middle-class conventions. ‘Punk’ that pushes you into action, that has you co-create a community. So, not to repeat anything, Anti-accent rather is a rehearsal room, than shows you one. A rehearsal room that’s familiar to anyone, who doesn’t come back home before the evening cartoons. These photographs seem to come alive with whatever we put into them ourselves.” – Mateusz Romanowski

Gabriel Orłowski was born in 1989; he lives in Warsaw, Poland, and is a member of Merkabah and Acid Lindgren, experimental hardcore bands.

Softcover, 100 pages, full colour
Size: 15 x 21 cm, thread stitched
Print run: 100 copies
Will arrive with ONE out of five numbered prints, 13 x 18 cm
Designed by FLUUT

28,00 Euro

Neu im Shop: TISSUE Magazine #3

TISSUE Magazine is a biannually bedroom-produced art and sex manual.

A colourful eruption! (400% more colour)

132 pages (33.3% more content) on fine coated and uncoated paper contributions by the likes of Miroslav Tichý, Lukas Gansterer, Leigh Ledare, Martin Eder, A.activities, Adrian Crispin, Elena Kholkina, Steve Oklyn, Hanna Putz, Hans Petri, Magazine, Peter Kaaden, Fee Romero, Maxime Ballesteros, Thomas Bayrle, Andy Warhol, Walter Dahn.

A collector’s item of timeless beauty

TISSUE is magazine full of oversexed newcomers and the shaky old hands of erotic photography taking sex to the unsexiest of places.
132 pages

18,00 Euro

Claudia Eschborn: 1520/21

dienacht Publishing proudly presents: a very special, limited Artist Edition (40 copies) by Claudia Eschborn.

The fascination for Albrecht Dürer’s graphic work and – as a result of this – an intense curiosity, lead through a variety of ways to the reading of Gerd Unverfehrts book „Da sah ich viel köstliche Dinge“, which tells about Dürer’s travel to the Netherlands in the years of 1520/21.

This journey, narated and interpreted in that book, together with extracts of the journal Albrecht Dürer wrote during his travels, are basis to the presented photographic series under the title of 1520/21.

The places that Dürer once visited, the things he saw, formed the route the photographer traveled – and while trying to find something of what the artist had seen, had experienced those days, the photographer tried to capture the own personal impression of these scenes.

The series of work splits into sketchy, vaguely seeming polaroids and very concentrated large format photographs – an involvement of diverse intensity, according to the respective places and personal emotions.

– With a text by Christoph Tannert –

Print run: 40 copies + 5 AP, signed and numbered

Single Prints in an artist-made cardboard box | 45 large format photographs printed on 300g Lessebo Design natural, and 43 polaroids printed on 170g Lessebo Design natural | Print sizes: 23 x 26,5 cm and 12 x 12 cm (Polaroids) | 98.00 €

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Neu im Shop: Schlaflos

Ein Fotozine von Christian Conrad, Lars Kiss, Susann Probst und Yannic Schon, die auch bei Zimmer/117 mitwirken! Sehr schön und liebevoll gemacht ist diese Sammlung aus 4 einzelnen Heften zum Thema Schlaflos.

4 Hefte, Format: je 11 x 16 cm
insgesamt 104 Seiten, in Schuber
Offsetdruck
Auflage: 200 Stück

18,00 Euro

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