GHOST is an association founded in 2011 in Lisbon by the portuguese photographer Patrícia Almeida and the french editor/curator David-Alexandre Guéniot. Its goal is to take part of the production of artistic and theoretical-practical contents in the most diverse ways (artistic researches, exhibitions, residencies, meetings and debates) that focus on an experimental approach. It also aims to extend these initiatives through the apropriation of the produced contents and by reinvesting them in the shape of books. The name GHOST emerges from the cycle of residencies organized in 2011 under the same name, where the combination of the words ‘Guest’ and ‘Host’, worked as a programmatic guideline and aimed to establish a circular connection in the curatorial and editorial practices and in the transfers of the authorial relationships.
A chamada "Antologia fotográfica" de Sena da Silva, exposta pela CML na Cordoaria, é uma boa oportunidade para comparar as fotografias de um autor e os inéditos que lhe são atribuídos por um qualquer comissário.
An artist run publisher specialised in photography, operating out of Lisbon, Portugal.
Pierre von Kleist Editions is committed to the production of fresh, innovative publications. Reflective of their author's vision and directed at the world, each of our books is an urgent, genuine challenge of Photography's positioning in contemporary visual culture.
Pierre von Kleist was a prolific author, an eclectic collector of photo books and a WW II hero. As a respected scholar, his texts on photography continue to inspire professionals and enthusiasts to this day. His photo book collection was thought to rival the greatest in Europe but was tragically consumed by fire in the early 1950s.
No dia oito de maio, quarta-feira, o jornal Valor Econômico publicou uma matéria sobre a vitória do artista mineiro Pedro Motta no prêmio BES Photo. Leia abaixo, na integra, a matéria publicada: Detalhe de uma das obras ...
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