Nazaré I & Nazaré II, Portugal, Julian Atanassov print sale
Diptych in Cooperation with VTph editions.
Nazaré I Edition of 10 + 1AP, Hand numbered and signed
Nazaré II Edition of 10 + 1AP, Hand numbered and signed
Hahnemühle Baryta Print
Purchase via their shop.
„To melt, eat the salt, drink the water and dissolve in it.“–Julian Atanassov
Born in Bulgaria and a traveler from a young age, Julian Atanassov reveals the world in a fairytale-like emotional way. The only relaxing points are the unique places – mostly mystical – sources, stones, and salt lakes, where the elements of nature come into one force. A way of seeing is a way of feeling.
Exhibitions in Berlin and Sofia; recently, Julian Atanassov presented his work at sèche editions, a Berlin-based independent photobook publisher and studio.
FF featured at Josef Chladek
We’re super glad that Eric Meier’s FF is now also featured in Josef Chladek’s legendary online library.
Have a look at the entry via this link.
Eric Meier in conversation w/ VTph magazine
Having been interviewed by Nadine Ethner of VTph magazine, Eric Meier talks about his approach towards his work and our book.
Follow this link for the full article.
BRING ME WATER, Julian Atanassov – Vernissage
We’re looking very much forward to invite you to our upcoming exhibition in our office space. NO/AGENCYs Julian Atanassov will be presenting some of the beautiful works he did over the last years and we can’t wait for you to have a look at it. We are furthermore thrilled to have some of his prints featured for sale on our website, starting the day after the Vernissage onwards.
Big thanks go to Julian himself, our partners at S EC Studio, as well as Studio EchoEcho for always being on point with their designs.
Eugen-Schönhaar-Straße 6, 10405 Berlin
New book in the making:
We’re very thrilled to present to you our first book “FF”, displaying photographs of east-german artist Eric Meier.
For years he has been conserving the disappearing architectures of his own biography with his growing picture archive. Again and again he visits different places and fixes what will have passed with the next blink of an eye. A reminder of what cannot be remembered.
If you want to support the funding of the book, please follow this link to our crowdfunding campaign.