Photobook Award 2022
26 March 18:00
Peter Coeln, Galerie OstLicht and
Verena Kaspar-Eisert, FOTO WIEN
In cooperation with OstLicht. Galerie für Fotografie, FOTO WIEN presents the international FOTO WIEN Photobook Award for the second time. The prize money totalling 3,000 euros will be awarded to the three best photobooks since 2019.
The jury consists of Andreas Bitesnich, photographer and photo book collector, Verena Kaspar-Eisert, curator KUNST HAUS WIEN/FOTO WIEN and Michael Reitter-Kollmann, photo book curator of OstLicht.
25 - 27 March
For a whole weekend, the Photobook Market organised by FOTOHOF edition will once again be taking place at the festival headquarters. With selected publishers and photo bookshops, new releases, talks and book signings, everything revolves around photography in the form of books.
Photo-Historical Research in Austria
Rainer Iglar in conversation with Dr. Monika Faber, Photoinstitut Bonartes
The Fotohof Archive as Exemplified by the Work on the Work of Wolf Suschitzky
Kurt Kaindl and Peter Schreiner in conversation
Reality Under Construction.
Lena Rosa Händle in conversation with Christina Natlacen
Henry Rox. The Rediscovery of a Forgotten Man as Artistic Research
Michael Mauracher in conversation with Wolfgang Vollmer
REFLEKTOR Talk with Ângela Berlinde
Thomas Licek in conversation with Portuguesecurator: Portuguese curator and artist Ângela Berlinde about her photobook "Transa - Ballads of Çast Sun".
The book "Transa" was also part of a solo show opened in Portugal last year and is a deep immersion about the decolonization process and about the history of the relations between Portugal and Brazil.
Beyond the Margins: On Photobooks by Women.
Lectures and conversations, conceived by Vreni Hockenjos
Katharina Gruzei in conversation with Nadine Barth
The Petunia Carnage.
Nadine Weixler in conversation with Klaus Pichler
FOTO WIEN Photobook Award 2022
FiLBooks & Fraglich Publishing – About Independent Publishing
Cemre Yesil Gönenli and Lukas Birk in conversation
Hydra | Independent Publishing Project: A Collaborative Model for the Creation of Photobooks in Mexico
Birgit Sattlecker in conversation with Ana Casas Broda (publisher Hydra)
Reading and talk with Paul Albert Leitner and Sebastian Gansrigler (publisher of Auslöser) as part of the presentation of the photo magazine Auslöser.
with Rainer Iglar, Michael Mauracher and Nadine Weixler Nadja Bournonville "A worm crossed the street", David Staretz "Odessa", Lilo Nein "Non-Representational Photography", Markus Krottendorfer "Terminal", Peter Schreiner "The Black Triangle", Helmut Kandl "Dance the Downfall with Me"