<p>The Washington Po…

The Washington Post – Same difference: Photographs of 32 hotel rooms in 32 countries reveal few variations

by Rebecca Powers


"Enter Swiss photographer Roger Eberhard, who spent a year documenting 32 Hilton hotel rooms in 32 countries. The result: a postcard, of sorts, in the form of “Standard”, a book that’s as quiet as a readied room. [...] Like the photographs, the book’s essays examine the ubiquity of one-night homes. Does the sameness serve a purpose, much like the practicality of a travel wardrobe? Or does it reflect a growing global monotony?"

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<p>Wallpaper – In pi…

Wallpaper – In pictures: the W* photography desk's daily digest of visual inspiration

by James Warren


"Throughout the project, Kawauchi displays how witnessing beauty can be a communal, spiritual experience, no matter where you are in the world."

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<p>British Journal o…

British Journal of Photography – Show: Ina Jang's Utopia

by Susanna D'Aliesio


"Delving into the depiction of women in Korea and Japan, Jang found a striking stereotype in the so-called gravure (or glamour) magazines popular there – women who are shown as girlish and submissive, sporting pink cheeks and a school uniform “even if they were older than 25”."

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<p>LensCulture – Lif…

LensCulture – Life in the City: Michael Wolf’s Major Retrospective at Les Rencontres d’Arles 2017


"For well over a decade, Wolf has made work in cities, streets and urban agglomerations all over the world. Whether in Hong Kong, Chicago, Paris, Tokyo or in digital worlds through the use of Google Street view, Wolf’s always fresh, widely varied work reminds us why the world’s streets continue to capture our attention."

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<p>NZZ am Sonntag – …

NZZ am Sonntag – Stilradar. Zarte Bilder


"Ich richte meine Augen auf die pechschwarze See, und es fühlt sich an, als ob mich der dunkle Ozean fragt: 'Hast du gefunden, was du suchst?'

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<p>VTph Visual Thoug…

VTph Visual Thoughts – Rinko Kawauchi. Halo


"Ein warmer, süsslicher Sandelholzduft umweht mich, sobald ich die Fotografien der japanischen Fotografin Rinko Kawauchi betrachte. Herangetragen wird er von einem sanften Windhauch aus der Ferne. Im Diesseits finden wir die Spuren des Alltags, hier finden die Dinge statt – im Hier und Jetzt – nicht später und auch nicht an einem anderen Tag. Der Shintoismus, die Ur-Religion Japans, gibt der Natur, ihren Elementen und ihren Göttern Raum."

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<p>British Journal o…

British Journal of Photography  – Seba Kurtis' new work on migrants goes on show

by Donatella Montrone


'“Nobody wants to leave their homeland,” reflects Seba Kurtis of the current refugee crisis along the Mediterranean coastlines, arguably the biggest humanitarian crisis in a century. “Sometimes you just have no options.” The Manchester-based photographer is in the unique position of being able to convey the migrant narrative from both perspectives – having left his native Argentina on a tourist visa shortly after the nation’s financial collapse in 2001, he made his way to Tenerife, where he found illegal work on construction sites. “You’re treated like a second-class citizen because you don’t have ‘the right’ to be there,” he says.'

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<p>HotShoe – Buy the…

HotShoe – Buy the young

by Elizabeth Murphy


"This grip on nature, and the appearance of tacit understanding through material [...] is often present in Lina Scheynius’s work. Through her practise she presents intimacy as the most honest of forms and actions. Nature as instinct, desire and romance."


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<p>L'Oeil de la Phot…

L'Oeil de la Photographie – Photo London. 5 images to buy at Christophe Guye


"The Eye of Photography asked the galleries exhibiting at Photo London to each present five photographs to be purchased. [...] All four artists have their own distinctive artistic identities, which are unearthed through their individual processes and visual languages."

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<p>Something Curated…

Something Curated – Must-See Photographers At Photo London 2017

by Alexandra Sara


"Lieko Shiga’s work is based on a sense of unease with the mechanics of daily life. She deftly explores the vulnerability of the human body; if the bodies were not suspended or propped up, they would seemingly fall or collapse. For Shiga, photographing the body is more than just a documentation of the physical world, but also a means of choreographing an emotional and psychological inner world."

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<p>Regarding Design …

Regarding Design Magazine (re:D) – One Life. Jun Ahn


"One Life, a photo series by Ahn Jun, MFA Photography '10, employs apples as symbols of human existence, pulled by the forces of destiny and chance. Viewers encounter Ahn's "decisive moments" – striking, ambiguous vignettes of artfully framed apples suspended in midair in natural landscapes and on urban streets. Taken together, the images bid us consider life and its uncertainties."


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<p>Financial Times W…

Financial Times Weekend Magazine – Night Procession by Stephen Gill


"I started to imagine the creatures in absolute darkness on the forest floor, driven by instincts and their will to survive. I imagined them encountering each other. I thought of their eyes — near-redundant in the thick of the night — and their sense of smell and hearing finely tuned and heightened." – Stephen Gill

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<p>Galleries Now – R…

Galleries Now – Rinko Kawauchi. Halo


"On a tiny star in a galaxy, even tinier creatures continue to carry out their own roles. All under the light of the sun; All maintaining a fragile balance, like walking over thin ice; All while searching for beauty, as if in prayer; All protected, with each of their realms continuing to endlessly overlap with one another.” – Rinko Kawauchi

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<p>Wall Street Inter…

Wall Street International Magazine – Lina Scheynius at the Christophe Guye Galerie in Zurich


"Her work has evolved into a complex and nuanced signifying visual language, placing sexuality and nudity less in the foreground, yet - the works are more intimate than ever. The viewer is invited to dive into Scheynius’ personal and sensitive world."

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<p>Daily Photo News …

Daily Photo News – Exhibition: 'Halo' by Rinko Kawauchi


"Another part of the series depicts the festival ‚DaShuhua’ in the Hebei province in China. The festival has been around for many centuries and originated when people began to throw molten iron against the city walls. The sparks coming off and forming a rain of light served as the poor people’s equivalent to beautiful yet expensive fireworks. 'For those who live in poverty, every day is a battle in its own way — perhaps it’s only natural that this ritual reminds one of a struggle.' [...]"

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<p>Paris Photo Agend…

Paris Photo Agenda – Rinko Kawauchi. Halo


"In recent years, her work has started to develop further and further afield from her earlier endeavours focusing on delicate everyday occurrences and subjects. With ‘Halo’ Rinko Kawauchi expands her exploration of spirituality [...]."

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<p>Kunstbulletin – L…

Kunstbulletin – Lina Scheynius

by Dominique von Burg


"Der Umgang von Scheynius mit Nacktheit ist erfrischend unbeschwert. Davon zeugt eine Reihe von Fotografien, die zufällig, fast roh wirken, doch atmosphärisch aufgeladen sind [...]."


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<p>Annabelle – Was i…

Annabelle – Was ist Intimität?

By Jacqueline Krause–Blouin


Diese Frage beschäftigt die schwedische Fotografin Lina Scheynius (36). Mit ihren berührenden Selbstporträts trifft sie den Zeitgeist. Ein Gespräch über das Modebusiness, Likes und Feminismus.

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<p>Daily Photo News …

Daily Photo News – Exhibition "Timekeeper" by Anthony Friedkin

By Romeo Mocafico

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<p>Exhibition 04 by …

Exhibition 04 by Lina Scheynius has been featured in the Paris Photo Agenda. 

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<p>Daily Photo News …

Daily Photo News – Exhibition 04 by Lina Scheynius

by Sophie Pouzeratte

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<p>Wallpaper – Forbi…

Wallpaper – Forbidden Fruit 

by Liberty Dye


"Lina Scheynius perceives the world by turning her gaze upon herself. Her body is the seismograph by which she measures the world. She encounters herself by exploring her body. It tells her what she senses..."

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<p>CNN – Can you gue…

CNN – Can you guess the City by looking out of your hotel window?

by Travis Levius


"Could you tell the difference between Bangkok and Sao Paulo by looking out of a hotel room window? It's not as easy as you think, says Swiss photographer Roger Eberhard, who's visited hotel rooms in 32 countries and six continents for a project
exploring standardization in our major cities."

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<p>Monopol Magazin –…

Monopol Magazin – Visuelles Tagebuch


"Intim, spontan und gleichzeitig inszeniert, beinahe cool: Die Fotografien von Lina Scheynius besitzen all das, was die narzisstische Medienwelt begehrt."

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<p>British Journal o…

British Journal of Photography – 09 in Lina Scheynius' ongoing series of photobooks

by Olivia Cheves


“I usually start with a few pictures that I’m interested in, three or four maybe, and then I start printing out everything I have that I like,” she says of her approach to making them. “I work on a wall, and I put lots up, and then I start taking some down.”

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<p>NZZ – Foto-Tablea…

NZZ – Foto-Tableau von Roger Eberhard. Hilton, Standard

by Angela Schader


Roger Eberhards latest project 'Standard' will be featured in Neue Zürcher Zeitung every day this week! A publication about the project is available by Scheidenegger & Spiess.

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<p>Kunstraum Aarau –…

Kunstraum Aarau – 19. November – 18. Dezember 2016


Die Künstlerin Dominique Teufen verführt die Besucherinnen und Besucher des Kunstraums Aarau in einen Graubereich und dies gleich in mehrfacher Hinsicht. Über den Graubereich als farbliches Element hinaus definiert dieser Begriff gleichzeitig ein nicht klar zuordnungsbarer Raum, sozusagen ein Spannungsfeld, in dem weder das Eine noch das Andere wirklich ist.

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<p>Prix Pictet – The…

Prix Pictet – The seventh Prix Pictet shortlist announced


Congratulations to Rinko Kawauchi and Michael Wolf both are shortlisted for the 7th cycle 'space' of Pictet Prix.

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<p>W Magazine – Pure…

W Magazine – Pure, Uncut Fashion: Photographer Miles Aldridge and Set Designer Happy Massee Reconsider Their Raw Material

by Max Lakin


Sometimes, the process Polaroids can be as compelling as the glossy fashion spread arguably. Two new books testify.

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<p>Paris Photo 2016;…

Paris Photo 2016; 10 – 13 November; Lieko Shiga, Risaku Suzuki; Booth B39

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<p>We are thrilled t…

We are thrilled that Brigitte Lustenbergers current solo show was featured by Korea photoart magazine.

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<p>Another excellent…

Another excellent edition of Photo Theoria by Nassim Daghighian!

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<p>SF MOMA – Rinko K…

SF MOMA – Rinko Kawauchi contemplates the small mysteries of life


Photographer Rinko Kawauchi discusses her interest in the small mysteries of everyday life, which she explores in her series Utatane (2001). She explains why she was drawn to the sublime beauty of the controlled burning of grasslands in Japan for her series Ametsuchi (2012–13), and reflects on how her photography comes from a state between dreams and waking."

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<p>Ensuite – Nature …

Ensuite – Nature morte: von Pflanzen und Fliegen

by Mechthild Heuser


"Brigitte Lustenberger inszeniert ihre Stillleben nüchtern und sachlich, abstrahiert sie durch das Freistellen vor schwarzem Hintergrund. Ihre strengen Kompositionen finden ihre Vorbilder in der zeitgenössischen Fotografie."

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<p>Die Weltwoche – E…

Die Weltwoche – Es läuft gut. Grosser Andrang bei der Vernissage des Fotografen Willy Spiller im ­ «Au Premier». Neuer Verlag, neues Buch.

By Hildegard Schwaninger


"Fotos aus den Jahren 1977–1984, als Spiller als Fotoreporter in New York lebte. «Hell on Wheels» ist eine Fotoserie aus der Subway, in einer Zeit, als die Bronx, Brooklyn und Manhattan noch crazy, rebellisch und gefährlich waren."

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<p>Jun Ahn's works a…

Jun Ahn's works are currently on view in South Korea at the 63 Art Mini Exhibition. The group show "The Present" is on view through the 31st of August. It features an amazing video work of her most recent work series "Float".

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<p>Neue Zürcher Zeit…

Neue Zürcher Zeitung – Risaku Suzuki zeigt seine Naturbilder in Zürich. Der Akt des Schauens

by Jürg Zbinden

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<p>Neue Zürcher Zeit…

Neue Zürcher Zeitung – Starfotograf Nick Knight in Zürich. Wunderschön jenseits von Eden

By Jürg Zbinden


"Nick Knight hält die kühnsten Kreationen der Haute Couture fotografisch fest. Die Galerie Christophe Guye zeigt, weshalb sich die Sammler um seine Arbeiten reissen."

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<p>Die Weltwoche – D…

Die Weltwoche – Die drei Talente. Grosse Gala mit viel Comedy-Prominenz in Zürich. Deftige Preise für Fotokunst.

By Hildegard Schwaninger


"In der Galerie Christophe Guye, führend in Zürich für zeitgenössische Fotografie, kam Nick Knight persönlich zur Private View. An den Wänden hingen seine Bilder aus den letzten zwanzig Jahren, mit Ikonen wie Naomi Campbell und ­ Kate Moss."

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<p>Wallpaper – Photo…

Wallpaper – Photographer Stephen Gill finds harmony in Hackney’s visual chaos.

By Jessica Klingelfuss


"The northeast London borough is a bric-a-brac medley of concrete, brick, roof extensions and pockets of nature. It is, in some ways, beautiful in its ugliness – but nowhere more so than in Gill’s kaleidoscopic, collage-like studies of the area."

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<p>Artnet – Must-See…

Artnet – Must-See Art Guide: Zurich

By Audrey Fair


"For those of you who still have energy left after Art Basel, visit Christophe Guye Galerie and the conceptual photographs of Stephen Gill, whose unusual techniques cause confusion about the scale of the images."

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<p>Christie's – Six …

Christie's – Six key trends in photography collecting


"Another exhibitor with strong Japanese representation is Zurich’s Christophe Guye Gallerie, which leans towards a more conceptual, contemporary aesthetic, here showing works by artists from a younger generation, including the contemplative Rinko Kawauchi and Risaku Suzuki, noted for his gorgeous meditations on tree blossoms."

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<p>SRF – Ein Vermöge…

SRF – Ein Vermögen für einen Moment


"An der «Paris Photo» stellen die bekanntesten Köpfe der Fotografie-Szene derzeit ihre Werke zur Schau. «10vor10» hat zwei passionierte Sammler auf eine Runde durch die Ausstellung begleitet – und selbst die Kenner sind überrascht, was einige Momentaufnahmen wert sind."

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<p>Persönlich – Chri…

Persönlich – Christophe Guye

by Matthias Ackeret


"Der ehemalige Schweizer Topwerber Christophe Guye (ehemals Guye & Benker) hat sich dem Verkauf seiner Agentur an Young & Rubicam den klischier testen aller Lebensträume
ver wirklicht: Er ist nach Los Angeles ausgewandert und hat dort eine eigene Galerie für Kunstfotografie eröffnet. Gegenüber “persönlich” erzählt er seine Version des amerikanischen Traums."

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