Put together and curated by photographers, Album is a mirror, a field for experiments, a platform for young and emerging artists in contemporary photography. A magazine fundamentally dedicated to photography in all its diverse aspects: Photography in the form of images as well as in texts, in the sense of a verbal interpretation. Once every six months we take a spontaneous but serious look at new approaches and perspectives towards photography. Double pages with 80 × 57 mm on newsprint reproduce the images almost as big as their actual exhibition size.
The aim is to create networks for artist and art-historians, who are willing to shape and further develop this project along with us. Album’s first issue »Introducing« is a pilot but no prototype. We lay down the setting that precedes the series, not only preparing a simple mold, in which future content would only have to be poured in. This first issue deals with our immediate surrounding: Klasse Martin Liebscher, Hochschule für Gestaltung and Offenbach.
With works by Victor Balko, Clemens Bechmann, Oliver Dignal, Lena Ditlmann, Max Eulitz, Egor Kirpichev, Timo Klos, Marie-Luise Marchand, Jan Nikolai Nelles, Patrick Raddatz, Pujan Shakupa, Stefan Stark, Thomas Weyand and an interview with Ville Lenkkeri.