Monthly Archives: February 2011

Nofound to New Documents #1 is a travelling exhibition (on-line/off-line) curated by young photography intensive seeker Emeric Glayse. The exhibition is based on the website Nofound he founded a couple of years ago. The idea was to show unedited, intimate and diary snapshots pictures, mostly of young emerging photographers, and from a few more established ones.

From the web to the exhibition space, the show will evolve with time and space, with a first stop in London  at Viktor Wynd Fine Art. This art gallery is also a place to find all sorts of travel discoveries and treasures from collector Victor Wynd, which reminds of Emeric’s work, spending extensive time seeking images on the internet. This first subjective retrospective materializes an obsessional relationship Emeric has with photography and photographers, based on sensitivity and a powerful desire to discover. A matter of feelings.

(Read these two interesting interviews of Emeric on Dazed Digital : this one on Nofound, this other one on Nofound to New Documents)

Installation view of the exhibition Nofound to New Documents, Victor Wynd Fine Art, London


The exhibition name is a wink to John Szarkowski’s exhibition New Documents, one of the first museum exhibition dedicated to snapshot photography, with the works Lee Friedlander, Diane Arbus and Garry Winogrand (Moma, 1967). The photos were exhibited as a line of small framed prints. A concept that shapes Nofound to New Documents #1 ‘s installation, and a way to link with the original blogroll structure of Nofound.

The new website dedicated to the exhibiton will also be an evolving space and a base for the future exhibitions. This makes Nofound to new document a refreshing in progress curatorial project.

Installation view of the exhibition New Documents, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1967. Photo Diane Arbus.

Participating photographers include Agnes Thor, Alexander Binder, Ana Kraš, Bjarne Bare, Chris Heads, Elena Chernyak, Elinor Carucci, Emanuele Cardesi, Erik Van Der Weijde, Giasco Bertoli, Henry Roy, Jackson Eaton, Jerry Hsu, Jonnie Craig, Keiichi Nitta, Lina Scheynius, Linus Bill, Logan White, Nicole Lesser, Noël Loozen, Olivia Malone, Peter Sutherland, Peter Zachary Voelker, Philippe Gerlach, Rasha Kahil, Ren Hang, Rikki Kasso, Roberto Rubalcava, Thobias Fäldt, Todd Fisher, Tod Seelie, Valia Fetisov, Vincent Delbrouck and Yi-Qing Liu.

Lina Scheynius, Untitled from Diary Summer 2009, 2009
Inkjet print on Baryta paper, 24cm x 16cm (9.4″ x 6.3″), Ed. of 9.

Vincent Delbrouck, 003 from A grass fire, 2009
Inkjet print on Baryta paper, 24cm x 16cm (9.4″ x 6.3″), Ed. of 9.

The exhibition runs through February 28, 2011
Viktor Wynd Fine Art
11 Mare street, E8
London, UK

Tell mum everything is ok

issue 4 Waste ground

printed on “Cyclus offset” 140g, a wood-free paper
Cover : Hot stamping on grey cardboard 300g
Format : 143 x 195 mm
Extend : 80 pages
Type used : ITC Officina Sans et Serif
ISSN 2110-6703


Album, Magazin für Fotografie

Issue #1 “Introducing”

Put together and curated by photographers, Album is a mirror, a field for experiments, a platform for young and emerging artists in contemporary photography. A magazine fundamentally dedicated to photography in all its diverse aspects: Photography in the form of images as well as in texts, in the sense of a verbal interpretation.
Once every six months we take a spontaneous but serious look at new approaches and perspectives towards photography. Double pages with 760 x 520 mm on newsprint reproduce the images almost as big as their actual exhibition size. The aim is to create networks for artist and art-historians, who are willing to shape and further develop this project along with us.

Album‘s first issue “Introducing” is a pilot but no prototype. We lay down the setting that precedes the series, not only preparing a simple mold, in which future content would only have to be poured in.
This first issue deals with our immediate surrounding: Klasse Martin Liebscher, Hochschule für Gestaltung and Offenbach.

Egor Kirpichev
Marie-Luise Marchand
Ville Lenkkeri


contributors are
Victor Balko,  Clemens Bechmann, Oliver Dignal, Lena Ditlmann, Max Eulitz, Jule Hillgärtner, Prof. Dr. Christian Janecke, Timo Klos,Egor Kirpichev, Ville Lenkkeri, Marie-Luise Marchand, Jan Nikolai Nelles, Patrick Raddatz, Pujan Shakupa, Stefan Stark, Thomas Weyand,

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