Taiyo Onorato and Nico Krebs
just made a new publication:
AS LONG AS IT PHOTOGRAPHS, IT MUST BE A CAMERA
2 Parts, 297 × 420 mm
Colour and B&W Offset
Here you can take a quick look
You can order it by sending an email with your adress to: ORDER@TONK.CH
Price is 25 Euro plus shipping costs
Buy 5, get 1 free!
All this and more on updated TONK.CH
Ed van der Elsken photobook study
Together with publisher/ curator Markus Schaden a team existent by Andreas Hirsch, Daphnè Keramidas, Heidi Pfohl and Alexander Basile were the curators team on the retrospective on dutch photographer Ed vn der Elsken on this years ParisPhoto 2011
Pontus Alv’s movie which has been the base for our last and still current hellozine issue just won BEST DIRECTOR, BEST DOCUMENTRY AND BEST SOUNDTRACK recently in L.A.
We have no copies of the book. Its sold out.
If your interest Pontus might have some more rare copies you mighhhhttttt be able to buy….
please visit his site!
We love you!
We WON!!! STOKED!!!
I woke up in the middle of the night from a text message. I won all the three prices!!! Amazing I am speechless. I personally once again would like to thank all the people that believed and contributed to the film. I am trying to compress this HD clip Sam Bailey filmed the other day. It is not really working out at the moment. Hopefully later on today It will be online…A funny little thing.
International Skateboard Film Festival
And the winners are:
Best Commercial: Torey Pudwill’s Big Bang directed by Dario Rezik
Best Skate Shop Video: TA-HA From Furnace Skate Shop directed by Don Luong
Best Short Or Web Video: Dylan by Greg Hunt
Best Documentary: In Search of the Miraculous.
Best Photography: French Fred for Javier Mendizabal Cliché Commercial
Best Editing: Phil Evans for Format Perspective.
Best Original Screenplay: Mike Manzoori for Aimless
Best Independent & Emerging: Altered Focus Burma by James Holman and Alex Pasquini.
Best Soundtrack: In Search of the Miraculous by Pontus Alv
Best Brand Movie: Stay Gold by Jon Minor
Best Director: Pontus Alv for In Search of the Miraculous
Filed under on 31 October 11. Permanent link.
coming up shows in Munich and Hossegor
21 April 2011 – 28 August 2011
at the Art and Exhibition Hall
of the Federal Republic of Germany
Alexander Basile and Alwin Lay,
VOM PHOTO is an exhibition that poses
questions on photography and tries to find
unconventional answers. There will be exibits
in books, films and in space. This is the fourth
exhibition in co-operation with the Academy of
Media Arts in Cologne, -1/MinusEins Experimental
labor (Prof. Mischa Kuball), and presents works
by artists from the Academy of Visual Arts
Leipzig, Academy of Media Arts Cologne,
Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Antwerp, Berlin,
Chicago, Hamburg, Karlsruhe and Vienna.
Ben Van den Berghe
Martin Borst & Johannes Tolk
Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs
Julian Scherer & Johannes Post
Art and Exhibition Hall
of the Federal Republic of Germany
Participants: AKV Berlin / Archive Books (Berlin/ Turin) / Argobooks (Berlin) / August Verlag (Berlin) / AA Books (London) / Bedford Press (London) / Eastside Projects (Birmingham) / Edit. Papier für neue Texte (Leipzig) / Edition Fink (Zürich) / Gagarin (Antwerpen) / The Green Box (Berlin) / Hellozine (Köln) / Institut für Buchkunst (Leipzig) / Journal of Aesthetics & Protest (Los Angeles) / Lubok Verlag (Leipzig) / MZIN (Leipzig) / Motto (Berlin) / Space Poetry (Kopenhagen) / Spector Books (Leipzig) / Wolfgang Fietkau Verlag (Kleinmachnow)
It’s a Book, It’s a Stage,It’s a Public Place
March 19th, 2011 from 12 to 8 pm
Filed under on 3 February 11. Permanent link.
Alexander Basile has been part of the guest editor team on the upcoming issue of SITE magazine including work from
Lawrence Weiner, Johannes Wohnseifer, Mischa Kuball, Albert Allgaier, Alwin Lay,
AKV Berlin, Pontus Alv, Michael Staab, Niels Mlynek and Mr. William Basinski
Feel free to join us at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf on the 15th of december
big in Japan. Some of the on going Carhartt campaign on the cover of some Japanese magazine! Thanks to Bertrand Trichet for the picture. Right now we are working on a translation for the Hellozine issue 13 to Japanese. Looking forward…!