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EIKON #99


EIKON #99

Artists | Elisabeth Czihak | Karin Fisslthaler | Jaakko Kahilaniemi | Jürgen Klauke |

Gregor Auenhammer | Thomas Ballhausen | Simon Bowcock | June Drevet | Nela Eggenberger | Synne Genzmer| Jana J. Haeckel | Bernhard Jarosch | Peter Kunitzky | Katharina Manojlovic | Margit Mössmer | Uta M. Reindl | Veronika Rudorfer | Nina Schedlmayer| Claudia Slanar| Abigail Solomon-Godeau | Margit Zuckriegl

Languages | German / English
Dimensions | 280 x 210 mm
ISBN | 978-3-902250-91-9
92 pages

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Content

PORTFOLIO

JÜRGEN KLAUKE — Margit Zuckriegl
ELISABETH CZIHAK — Nina Schedlmayer
JAAKKO KAHILANIEMI — Nela Eggenberger
KARIN FISSLTHALER — Claudia Slanar

150 YEARS OF UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED ARTS VIENNA

150 and Not a Bit Tired. Nela Eggenberger in conversation
with Gerald Bast and Patrick Werkner

ARTS & STUDIES

SECURIWAS? — Virginia Lui & Miriam Hübl

A WORK IN PROFILE

NINA RIKE SPRINGER. auf leisen sohlen

IN FOCUS: ON PUBLISHING PHOTOGRAPHY

When, What, How and Why: A Random Sampling — Abigail Solomon-Godeau
Carte blanche
Statistics

EXHIBITIONS

KADER ATTIA. Repairing the Invisible / From the Collection. Verlust der Mitte | Jana J. Haeckel
THE BOAT IS LEAKING. The Captain Lied | Uta M. Reindl
ABSENTEEISM. Alicja Karska & Aleksandra Went | Katharina Manojlovic
SHIRIN NESHAT. Frauen in Gesellschaft | Bernhard Jarosch
HOW TO LIVE TOGETHER | June Drevet
NIELS ACKERMANN & SÉBASTIAN GOBERT. Looking for Lenin | Simon Bowcock
ÖSTERREICH.FOTOGRAFIE 1970—2000 | Gregor Auenhammer

PUBLICATIONS

Diedrich Diederichsen: Körpertreffer | Bernhard Jarosch
Matthias Hoch: Hotel Kobenzl | Margit Zuckriegl
Anna Artaker: The Pencil of Nature | Thomas Ballhaus
Cinéma mon amour: Kino in der Kunst | Peter Kunitzky
Tatiana Lecomte: Meine erste Löwin | Synne Genzmer
Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs: Continental Drift | Margit Mössmer


Editorial

“From an artist’s point of view, a review in a magazine is a very valuable thing, since one’s own work is framed by a critical contribution. That is something quite different from a book, a catalog or a purely theoretical discussion,” said Arno Gisinger in the course of the panel discussion “On Publishing Photography,” organised by Camera Austria International and EIKON as part of this year’s Les Rencontres de la Photographie in Arles. On the initiative of Abigail Solomon-Godeau and Gisinger, this talk followed a panel devoted to the same subject and held in the French capital—thanks to the support of the Austrian Culture Forum Paris and the BKA. Following on from those events, the basic focus of the present 99th edition of EIKON is on the questions raised in Paris and Arles: What distinguishes the print magazines that focus on photography, can meaningful synergies be created between printed and digital forms and to what extent is it important, especially today when we are constantly awash with virtual information, not to neglect content that has been committed to paper? Basically, the printed journals are still our best guide to preserving an overview within the digital noise, because they filter out what is most substantial for the reader.

In the first place, “In Focus: On Publishing Photography” again brings together the fundamental ideas expressed by Abigail Solomon-Godeau at the beginning of the lecture program. In addition, on a practical level, the editorial teams of EIKON and Camera Austria International have called for selected photography magazines to make their own presentations as part of this segment by giving them carte blanche (including their own responsibility for editorial oversight) to design half a page each. Then, in conclusion, a table provides a rough overview of all the invited media, in which, of course, for reasons of completeness, the two hostesses cannot exclude themselves.

Wishing you moments of illumination,
Nela Eggenbergerand the EIKON editorial team


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