Muscle, beefsteak...beefsteak run amok by Mariken Kramer got silver for best artists book, 2021 Grafill 

“Sterk layout og et godt kuratert utvalg av bilder. Stilsikkert og stramt med tekstinjeksjoner satt på halvsider mellom bildesidene. Det handler om skulpturell form og iscenesatte kropper. Vi ser på kunst. Plastisitet. Materialer. Hud. Tyggis. Muskel. Biff. … Ett tygg og vi var hekta.”


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Review of Choreography with Potatos and Flour at Collector Daily by Olga Yatskevich

“The position and movement of his hands as he turns flour into dough is fast and precise, sometimes powerful, at other times gentle and delicate. The word “choreography” in the title feels particularly fitting. Working with dough is a very tactile experience and it translates well into the viewers’ experience of the physicality of the book.”


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Diatribe #9 - B*stardbøker

Choreography with Potatoes and Flour er en av tre utgivelser som blir diskutert av Cecilie Tyri Holt i samtale med Kjetil Røed og Marte Danielsen Jølbo.



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Immersed in Stone - Black Ice by Line Bøhmer Løkken and Cinéma by Marte Aas is part of the exhibition Not Bliss But Relief curated by Daria Tumnias as part of the PhotobookWeek in Aarhus.

“Not Bliss But Relief brings together delicate publications produced in the last decade by women artists that explore the interconnections between the photobook medium, motion, and (cinematic) montage.”


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Photo: Studio Hans Wilschut



We are proud to announce Verena Winkelman´s new book VW 1998-2000!

V.W 1998-2000 is a book comprised of photographs the artist made of herself at the beginning of her studies. The photographs were made in black and white and color, and have been reproduced with attention to the geist of their making — a young artist working across media and through several approaches to photographic self-portraiture.


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CALL IT A BOOK

Curated by malenki.net — a platform for artist publications and photo books. Marte Aas og Line Bøhmer Løkken represented.


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Line Bøhmer Løkken´s new book
Choreography with Potatoes and Flour out now!

Line Bøhmer Løkken’s new artist´s book Choreography with Potatoes and Flour consists of a pile of folded sheets in various sizes. Pictures in full bleed alternately hide and reveal themselves in an organic manner. Within the pages of the book, we find ourselves located in a baking house with an older man baking lefse and flatbread....


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Marte Aas`booklet Cinéma featured at Tique.art  

Cinéma is a booklet made to accompany the black and white 16mm film Cinéma from 2010. Featuring the dancer Rukmini Chatterjee, the film explores the politics of representation via key elements such as gaze and gestures.


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Årets vakreste bok 2019, Grafill;

“ Line Bøhmer Løkkens "Imersed in Stone - Black Ice" er en lavmælt bok som vekker sterke følelser. Ikke minst vekker den et umiddelbart begjær etter å eie den. Den lange sekvensen med utfallende sort-hvitt fotografier i et isdekket landskap vekker en melankolsk følelse som behagelig brytes av noen lyseblå sekvenser under vann - før blikket på nytt møter det sorte.”


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Sidegalleri, Kåre Bulie D2;

Pamfletter: Angle-serien, som Marius Enghs bok kommer ut som utgivelse nummer 21 i, har i år femårsjubileum: Den ble påbegynt i 2014, og planen er at den til slutt skal bestå av hele 90 utgivelser. Det sympatiske prosjektet avspeiler de senere årenes økte interesse for fotoboken som medium.


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The 2018 PhotoBook Awards Shortlist

We are proud to announce that Mariken Kramer`s beautiful book The Eyes That Fix You in a Formulated Phrase has been shortlisted for The 2018 PhotoBook Awards by Aperture and Paris Photo.


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Mrs. Deane Blog/Hester Keijser;

Circular Exercises. After Løkken and Lefebvre.” On Line Bøhmer Løkkens publication Circular Exercises.



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Mrs. Deane Blog/ Hester Keijser;
“Far from the madding crowd: on Marte Aas”

On Marte Aas´publications Cinéma and On the Subject of body and Space.


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