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)
3 books: “Darkest” (around) printed on 285 g/m² silver metallic paper / “Kaputt” printed on 200 g/m² vellum paper / “Whole” printed on grey paper
Hand bound, 20 x 28 cm, 76 pages in total
Print run: 10 copies
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.
“dienacht” #1 was first published about 6 years ago; 13 regular issues and 3 special issue have been published, and I still enjoy a lot discovering new and older works and making the magazine. “dienacht” has fans all around the world and many older issues are completely sold out.
But one thing never changed: “dienacht” is still a non-profit one-man-magazine, and when I say “non-profit”, I mean: I can hardly pay the printing costs (it’s printed local). Considering the periodicity, circulation of only 1000 (numbered!) copies, low selling price and high printing costs (and not to talk about the time and energy required for doing the magazine), “dienacht” will never become a commercial magazine. Still, it would be a bit relaxing not to thinking every time about how and if I can gather enough funding for paying for the production of the next issue.
There are many ways to supporting “dienacht”: write a review if you have the opportunity, or recommend dienacht to friends having this opportunity; buy one or several issues (“dienacht” is a timeless portfolio magazine); sell “dienacht” in your bookshop, gallery, store, café, …; advertise in a printed issue or on the website/blog; or spread the word about “dienacht” and share this. I’m happy about every kind of support.
Zwar steht diese Ausgabe unter keinem genauen Thema, aber sie ist gespickt mit Totenköpfen, expliziten Bildern und okkulten Beiträgen. Deshalb gibt es das Heft nur eingeschweißt, um alle Unschuldigen und Schwachen zu schützen. Seid ihr stark genug?
Denkt daran: Sticker sind ein Sport, ein kleines Manifest, ein Werkzeug und ganz bestimmt nicht nur für Kinder. Lasst die Aufkleber nicht im Heft – verklebt sie überall!
Stickermagazin mit knapp 200 Sticker
Format: 15 cm x 15 cm, 44 Seiten
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…
After the shock comes the anger. It is disturbing when you see in real-time how lively human bodies dissolve into nothingness.
Laia Abril collected internet pictures of women who commemorate anorexia and photograph themselves doing it. She also collected instructions on how to get extra skinny, and posts in internet forums which demonstrate and document with what “lightness” and how baseless the young (most of the time) women addict themselves to this cult of losing weight. That in principle – in extreme cases – their vita is slanted towards destroying knowingly their bodies.
Thinspiration however is not a book aiming at shocking. The arrangement is elaborate and excellently realized. The pop up sites display “more”, and so you feel like diving into a world – exposing yourself to it – whose abyss you had not known before and did not want to know.
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
Frühlingsgedöns! Wer bis zum 15. März Bücher / Magazine in Wert von mindestens 20 € im dienacht-Shop bestellt, kann sich ein Buch / Magazin daraus kostenlos aussuchen:
Slanted Magazin #10 (4x verfügbar), Slanted Magazin #7 (4x verfügbar), Leica Fotografie International 1/2013 (2x verfügbar), Stereo Magazine #4 – Remote Control, Fusion Magazine #5, Private Magazine #32 – Night, Loom Magazine – The Catwalk Instinct, Squale: Paris est tout petit, Squale: Alphabet City, GUP Magazine #31, Stone Magazine #1 (Street Art), Allister Lee: Black is Beautiful (2x verfügbar), Lürzer’s Archiv 1/2012, VIER Hochschulmagazin – Norden, VIER Hochschulmagazin – Beziehungen, Hochschule Darmstadt: Fotografische Positionen, Form Magazin – Exciting Editorial Design.
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Talk No. I: Calin Kruse – dienacht – Magazine for Photography, Design and Subculture
Seit 2007 sind 12 Ausgaben und 3 Sonderhefte von dienacht zu speziellen Themen entstanden – im Ein-Mann-Betrieb und Eigenverlag. Darüber, über dienacht-Ausstellungen, mein Label “Die Rote Trude” für Künstlerbücher in Kleinauflagen und das ganze drum herum werde ich an dem Abend erzählen.
am 13.02.2013 um 19:30 Uhr
Zentrum für zeitgenössische Fotografie Leipzig e.V. – Vereinsbüro
Die Erstausgabe des Magazins für Fotografie und Literatur. In dieser Ausgabe wurde von Mieke Müller die Serie „Albanien“ (2011) veröffentlicht.
Hotel Nevada is the first issue of an independently-produced magazine for photography and literature (in German). The series “Albanien” (2011) published in Nevada is by Mieke Müller.
Format: 17,5 x 24 cm, 75 Seiten
Poster als Umschlag: Siebdruck (60 x 28,5 cm) auf Packpapier
Heft: Digitaldruck S/W, 6 Farbdrucke; Der Textteil liegt als Heft mit verkürzten Seiten im Fototeil
Heftumschlag: Fotokarton mit Siebdruck
From amongst all the works of young photographers from the Polish National Film School in Lodz – representing the classes of: documentary, portrait, report, multimedia, creative and art photography – this Special Issue showscases 14 of the most representative of various conventions and aesthetics. The young artists presented in the publication are at the start of their careers.
The artistic work of those young photographers influences the scene of Polish photography and reflects the direction of its development.
In many cases, thanks to the prizes won at prestigious international competitions, such as Leica Oscar Barnack Award, Sony World Photography Awards, International Photography Award, Le Festival Voies Off des Recontres d’Arles, etc, their careers assume international character.
An Interview with me (about dienacht Magazine & Publishing, Die Rote Trude, photography, …) was printed in “Easter Trouble Press Cafe”, released at the Offprint Paris this year.
Other interviews: Rafal Milach & Ania Nalecka, Christian Patterson, and Mariken Wessels. Also included is an ink jet print of a photograph by Fette Sans. Edition size: 150 copies. Get yours here: http://www.eastertroublepress.com/