BPM 2022: Photo book self-publishers, talk

Date: May 16, 2022

Time: 17:15 - 19:00

Location: UK Parobrod

Lectures and Talks

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Photo book self-publishers

During BPM book 2022 we will be presenting several talks based around the theme of photo books. In addition to these presentations on books, by both authors and publishers from across Europe, there will be a fantastic three-day workshop and a photo book market.

We enter this world of photo books hand in hand with photographers, editors, publishers and organisers of photo book contests, in order to have a global vision.

Surely all of us who create photographic projects with our cameras would also like to be able to see our work on the shelves of a book store, art store, photography store or some photographic market in the form of a book. Perhaps it is a more economical way for people to take our work into their homes rather than buying original prints. Perhaps we can start dreaming that this may be possible, or even win a book award!

This talk will bring together several photographers who have self-published books. They will share their experiences with us, from the choice of the project, the narrative, selection of materials, texts, design, format of the book, financing, and the production of the book. They will also offer advice about what to do once we have the final book in our hands, how to distribute it, how to give it a life and make it visible within Serbia.

The participants are:
Dušan Đorđević
Katarina Radović
Siniša VlajkovićThe conversation will be conducted in English.

BPM 2022: Anahronike/Anachronicles 1995–2020. Siniša Vlajković. Photo book presentation

Date: May 16, 2022

Time: 16:30 - 17:15

Location: UK Parobrod

Lectures and Talks

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Siniša Vlajković

Anachronicles 1995–2020

Having lived in Beirut and Dubai and travelled extensively across the Middle East, Siniša Vlajković began to photographically record his impressions and experiences of this complex, multi-ethnic, multi-confessional, historically layered, turbulent but always inspiring part of the world, and to imprint his memories of growing up in the Balkans.

The title of the monograph Anachronicles”, a neologism created from the terms “anachronism” and “chronicle”, summarises the character of Siniša Vlajković’s photographic opus created during the last 25 years, and presented here in a thematically rounded series titled “Americana” (1995), “Time Regained” (2003–2008), “Genius Loci” (2006–2012), “Substations” (2007-2013), “Balkan Jazz” (2013–2020) and “Largo” (2009–2020).

The monograph contains 75 reproductions, texts by New York-based independent curator, Lara Pan, and art historian and curator, Jovana Stokić, as well as an interview with Siniša Vlajković by the Hungarian art historian Zoltán Somhegyi. 

BPM 2022: Weird World. Vuk Vidor. Photo book presentation

Date: May 16, 2022

Time: 15:00 - 15:45

Location: UK Parobrod

Lectures and Talks

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Vuk Vidor • Weird World
(Analogue Photos for a Digital Age)

Photography has always been a part of my life and of my artistic practice. As a way to fix time and create memories, as a source of images or help for my work with paintings, drawings or installations. Before smartphones, carrying a camera suggested a more dedicated approach to photography. You could use it for touristic purposes or as a way to document your life. An artist tends to use it for “artistic” purposes either in pure photographic terms or for their work. I did both by creating images for record covers or my own visual experiments which were conceived to some extent in a “professional” way, and on the other side by using disposable analogue cameras on a daily basis, small instamatics and the first little digital ones that you could carry in your pocket. These were used for memories, odd snapshots of daily life, events, travels etc.

In those days you would give your films to the photo lab and get the photos back in a box. Often some of the pictures had a sticker on them with the label “Non Facturé”, which meant they were considered by the lab as bad, out of focus, badly framed, overexposed or just mistakes, so you didn’t have to pay for them. This collection of images is based initially on those rejected photos which when put together create strange visual sequences of disbalanced moments and details. By setting them in a left-right layout, a dialogue is created between them and possible stories emerge. These images feature known or unknown people, self-portraits, places from all around the world and they create a strange collection of fragmented moments and memories before everybody became a photographer and started documenting and exposing their own lives on the internet. These fragments from an analogue age are the opposite and in clear contrast to the digital filtered artificial imagery that today’s devices provide to everyone. Somehow the analogue mistakes become more real than the digital perfection. And that way we can maybe return to something more artistic.

This conversation will be conducted in English.

vukvidor.com

BPM 2020/1: Ratna fotografija

Date: May 31, 2021

Time: 18:00

Location: UK Parobrod

Lectures and Talks

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Ratna fotografija je tema o kojoj ćemo razgovarati u bioskopskoj sali UK Parobrod, u ponedeljak 31.5.2021, sa početkom u 18h.

Razgovaraćemo sa tri fotografa koji su u različito vreme prisustvovali različitim ratnim sukobima: Imre Szabó, Marko Đurica i Filip Krainčanić. Moderator razgovora biće Igor Čoko.

Svi ste pozvani, ali maksimalan broj ljudi koji mogu prisustvovati događaju je 37. Molimo vas da potvrdite svoje prisustvo, a ukoliko iz bilo kog razloga na kraju ne budete u mogućnosti da dođete, da nas obavestite u što skorijem roku kako bismo vaše mesto ponudili nekom drugom.

Hvala

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Photography in time of war is the topic of discussion scheduled for Monday, 31st May 2021 from 18:00 in the Cinema room of the UK Parobrod.

We will talk with 3 photographers who have been in different conflicts, in different times: Imre Szabó, Marko Djurica and Filip Krainčanić. The talk will be moderated by Igor Čoko, and will be in Serbian.

You are all invited, but 37 is the maximum number of people who can attend the event. Please, confirm your attendance, and if for any reason you are unable to attend, kindly inform us as soon as possible so that we can give your seat to somebody else.

Thanks

BPMlive 2020/1 talking with Klaus Pichler

Date: May 26, 2021

Time: 17:00

Location: Online

Lectures and Talks

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Projekat „This Will Change Your Life Forever” Klaus Pichele je izložen u „Bioskop Balkan”. Umetnik nije mogao doći u Beograd ali u sredu 26, maja u 17 časova imaćemo uživo razgovor sa njim na platformi „Zoom” i na našoj „Facebook” stranici.
Ovim putem vas pozivamo da se uključite u razgovor i da mu postavite neko pitanje. Kasnije ćemo postaviti snimak na naš „YouTube” kanal, gde se nalaze svi ostali intervjui koje smo imali do sada.
Klaus Pichler je austrijski fotograf iz Beča. Razgovaraćemo o njegovom radu, posebno o projektu “Ovo će vam zauvek promeniti život” kojim se domaćoj publici predstavio na ovogodišnjem Beogradskom mesecu fotografije.
Ova izložba realizovana i veliku podršku Austrijiski kulturni forum Beograd, zahvaljujući kojem će austrijanac umetnik Klaus Pichler učestvovati na Beogradski Mesec Fotografije.

https://klauspichler.net/


The project “This Will Change Your Life Forever” by Klaus Picheler is exhibited in the “Bioskop Balkan”. The artist could not come to Belgrade, but on Wednesday, May 26th at 5 pm, we will have a online conversation with her on the “Zoom” platform and on our “Facebook” page.
We hereby invite you to join the conversation and ask her a question or two. Later, we will post the video on our “YouTube” channel, where all the other interviews we have had so far are.
Klaus Pichler is an Austrian photographer based in Vienna, we will talk about his work and especially about his project “This Will Change Your Life Forever” that we presented during this Belgrade Photo Month 2020/1 edition.
This exhibition has been organised through the essential support of Austrijiski kulturni forum Beograd, that supports artist mobility, by which Austrian artist Klaus Pichler is able to participate in Belgrade Photo Month Festival.

BPMlive 2020/1 talking with Karoliina Paatos

Date: May 19, 2021

Time: 17:00

Location: Online event

Lectures and Talks

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Projekat „Heroji” Karoline Patos je izložen u „Kući legata”. Umetnica nije mogla doći u Beograd ali u sredu 19, maja u 17 časova imaćemo uživo razgovor sa njom na platformi „Zoom” i na našoj „Facebook” stranici.

Ovim putem vas pozivamo da se uključite na razgovor i da joj postavite neko pitanje. Kasnije ćemo postaviti snimak na naš „YouTube” kanal, gde se nalaze svi ostali intervjui koje smo imali do sad.

Karoliina Paatos je iz Rovanijemia, Finska. Radi uglavnom u Finskoj i u SAD-u.

Sedam godina je beležila promenljivi i nestajući način života stočara i kauboja iz Nevade, Ajdaha, Oregona i Teksasa, kao i takmičara gej rodea. Takođe prati život i sazrevanje dve devojčice koje žive na malom porodičnom ranču.

Ova izložba realizovana uz veliku podršku „Frame – Contemporary Art Finland”, „Finnish Cultural Fundation” i „Arts Promotion Center Finland”, zahvaljujući njima, finska umetnica Karolina Patos učestvuje na Beogradskom mesecu fotografije 2020/1.

The project “Heroes” by Karoliina Paatos is exhibited in the “Kuća legata”. The artist could not come to Belgrade, but on Wednesday, May 19th at 5 pm, we will have a online conversation with her on the “Zoom” platform and on our “Facebook” page.

We hereby invite you to join the conversation and ask her a question or two. Later, we will post the video on our “YouTube” channel, where all the other interviews we have had so far are.

Karoliina Paatos is from Rovaniemi, Finland. She works mainly in Finland and the USA.

For seven years captured the changing and disappearing lifestyle of the cattle ranchers and cowboys of Nevada, Idaho, Oregon and Texas as well as contestants of the gay rodeos. She also follows the life and maturation of two young girls who live small family owned ranch.

The exhibition has been organised through the essential support of “Frame – Contemporary Art Finland”, “Finnish Cultural Fundation” and “Arts Promotion Center Finland” that supports artist mobility, by which Finnish artist Karoliina Paatos is able to participate in Belgrade Photo Month 2020/1.

karoliinapaatos.com

Artist talk: Inês d’Orey

Date: May 15, 2021

Time: 19:00

Location: Footnote Centre

Lectures and Talks

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We are pleased to invite you to the artist talk and the presentation of works by Portuguese photographer Inês d’Orey who is currently staying at the Footnote centre as a resident artist.

Inês d’Orey’s work focuses on the transformation of heritage’s identity in the contemporary city, where the architectural object presents itself as a subject of memory, changing its meaning over time. Her research in Belgrade is focused on the investigation of the plurality of architectural approaches to the memory and representation of Socialism in the former Yugoslavia.

At the Footnote, we will show fragments of selected projects realised by Inês, “Porto Interior” photo-book, video series “Limbo” and you can see the installation “Antecámara” at the Balkan cinema as part of the Belgrade Photo Month.

We look forward to welcoming you at the Footnote- Centre for Image and Text on Saturday 15 May at 7 p.m.

www.footnotecentre.org
http://www.inesdorey.com/

Onlajn druženje: Razgovor sa Đoanom Alvadom

Date: May 13, 2021

Time: 18:00

Location: Online event

Lectures and Talks

Razgovor sa Đoanom Alvadom

Đoan Alvado će razgovarati sa Davidom Pužadom, direktorom festivala Beogradski mesec fotografije.
➡ Na Zoom platformi. Na španskom jeziku, sa simultanim prevodom na srpski.
Baziran na geografskoj oblasti Kučeva i Majdanpeka, Alvadov projekat “Muma Paduri” je foto esej o Vlasima, njihovoj kulturi i istoriji, usredsređen na magijska verovanja i obrede, kao i na kult mrtvih.
ℹ️ Ova izložba postavljena je u galeriji Instituta Servantes do 16. maja. Kustoskinja izložbe je Zeren Oruc.

📸 Đoan Alvado (Altea, 1979) je fotograf koji od 2005. godine živi u Barseloni. Njegov rad je usmeren na dugoročne projekte sa antropološkim fokusom na prirodu i njenu vezu sa čovekovom verom kroz različite slojeve istorije. Njegova dela, izlagana u galerijama i na festivalima u više zemalja, nalaze se u privatnim i javnim kolekcijama. Neke od njegovih fotografija objavljene su u različitim medijima, kao što su Newsweek, CNN, The Washington Post, The Guardian, Der Spiegel, El País, između ostalih.

Joan Alvado debate con David Pujadó, director del festival de fotografía Belgrade Photo Month.
➡ Plataforma Zoom. En español con traducción simultánea al serbio.
Basado geográficamente en las áreas de Kucevo y Majdanpek, la exposición “Muma Paduri” de Joan Alvado es un ensayo fotográfico sobre el pueblo valaco, su cultura e historia, centrado en las creencias y prácticas en torno a la magia y el culto a los muertos.
ℹ️ La exposición está abierta en la galería del Instituto Cervantes hasta el 16 de mayo. La comisaria de la exposición es Zeren Oruc.

📸 Joan Alvado (Altea, 1979) es un fotógrafo residente en Barcelona. Su trabajo se centra en proyectos a largo plazo, con un enfoque antropológico acerca de la naturaleza y su relación con las creencias del hombre a lo largo de varios estratos de la historia. Algunas de sus fotografías han sido publicadas en medios como Newsweek, CNN, Washington Post, The Guardian, Der Spiegel o El País, entre otros, y su obra, expuesta en galerías y festivales de varios países, reside en diversas colecciones públicas y privadas.

BPMLive talking with Olatz Vazquez

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Lectures and Talks

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