24. Februar 2015
We produced a very small edition of this »You and Me Diary«. You can buy it in our shop for € 180,–.
It contains research material, notes, sketches, associations, newspaper-cut-outs. It is part of »You and Me« a project between Bosnia, Germany and the USA, created in 2014 and exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Photograhy in Chicago. It illustrates the journeys to Sarajevo, Tuzla and Zvornik in Bosnia and the road trip from Chicago via Bowling Green, St. Louis, Memphis, Birmingham to St.Petersburg in Florida and explains our work-process during this project. It’s an artist book with 232 pages, 20,6 x 28,1 cm, produced as black/white lasercopy-softcover book produced in an edition of #10 copies.
16. Februar 2015
The IED Madrid and EMAHO Magazine, in collaboration with Guardian Garden Gallery, launch an intensive four-day workshop with Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber, which will take place from April 5 to 8 in Tokyo, Japan.
Katja and Oliver, docents of the European Master of Fine Art Photography, will look at very different forms of publications, contemporary positions as well as introduce various ideas of research and visual strategies.
14. Februar 2015
We talked about photography, publications, exhibitions, ANT!FOTO, BöhmKobayashi, »You and Me«, the ANT!FOTO-Manifesto, »Imaginary Club«, »Nationalfeiertag« and much more in Ankara at Atelier Ka. on Feb. 21, 2015 at 4pm. And we left quite some of our publications there for the library of Atelier Ka. more»»
13. Februar 2015
This video of the »You and Me Diary« is part of the exhibition at MoCP in Chicago.
22. Januar 2015
»You and Me« at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago will be open for the public from jan 26th to march 22nd 2015. Gallery talk / opening reception: jan. 29th from 4pm / 5pm.
Aleksandar Hemon’s essay on »You and Me«: Not so long ago, in St. Louis, a Bosnian named Zemir Begic was beaten to death for no particular reason by four teenagers wielding hammers. He was thirty-two, came to the US with his family to escape war, and had recently moved to St. Louis, the city with the largest Bosnian population in America — indeed, with some 70,000 people, the largest outside Bosnia and Herzegovina. Zemir was murdered down the road from Ferguson, where intense protests had been taking place, triggered by the grand jury decision not to indict the policeman Darren Wilson for shooting Mike Brown, an unarmed African-American teenager, in what appeared to be cold blood. Weiterlesen →
1. Januar 2015
»You and Me« is the title of an exhibition at the Museum for Contemporary Photography in Chicago»» where we will show more than 150 photographs, a diary, 2 videos and a brand new artists book of our new, collaborative project. The publications includes 22 chapters, each a single publication with 12 – 24 pages, 5 research/archive publications. In total there will be 336 pages with photographs by both of us and about 60 pages with research material and background information. The bosnian-american writer Aleksandar Hemon wrote a short essay for the exhibition at MoCP wich will open 29 Jan 2015.
21. Oktober 2014
Exhibition in Osaka in October/November 2014
including »Nationalfeiertag« by Katja Stuke and »Imaginary Club« by Oliver Sieber
CASO, Contemporary Art Space, Osaka
27. September 2014
Oliver’s »Imaginary Club« won the 2014 Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Award. We are very happy and very proud.
All 10 shortlisted books are:
The Big Book / W. Eugene Smith
Rich and Poor
/ Jim Goldberg
Disco Night Sept. 11 / Peter van Agtmael
Marrakech / Daido Moriyama
Photographs for Documents
/ Vytautas V. Stanionis
/ Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse
/ Daisuke Yokota
/ Oliver Sieber
/ Rafal Milach
/ Ruth van Beek
20. September 2014
Katja presented a preview of »国庆节 Nationalfeiertag« at »Unseen and Unpublished« on Sun Sept. 21.
BöhmKobayashi participated at Unseen Fair and Bookmarket Amsterdam, Sept. 18 – Sept 21, 2014
3. September 2014
The ANT!FOTO-Manifesto will now be part of the exhibition »Manifeste! Eine andere Geschichte der Fotografie« at the Fotomuseum Winterthur.