We’re making sure everything is ready for our big launch party at Cafeteateret this Thursdag at 6PM. The gallery is located in Hollendergata 8, in the Grønland area of Oslo. To get there by public transport, bus 37 arrives right outside the door on the stop named “Politihuset”. The tram stops close by too, at
This is what 400 books look like! Order one under “Order the book” at the top of the page!
The www.atimetotalkproject.com webpage is complete. This week we present Ylva Seiff Berge, Anton Ligaarden, Riadul Islam DIP and Mahzabin Haque. Head over to our web page and check it out! And by the way, you know it’s this thursday right, that you’ll be able to see all the Norwegian projects at Caféteatret in Oslo? Don’t
The frames have been picked up, and the exhibition crew has had a lesson in framing at Rammeverket in Oslo.
This is the second release of sizzling samples from our photojournalistic stories from Myanmar, China, Thailand and Malaysia. In each of the coming weeks before our exhibition on the 5th of June we will release one new gift wrapped package of stories. Today, you can see an excerpt of Therese Alice Sanne’s story about the
The pictures for the exhibition is now printed by Canon and is about to be sent for assembling at Imaging Fotophono.
IT’S TIME Welcome everyone, this is our portal to photojournalistic stories from Myanmar, China, Thailand and Malaysia. In each of the coming weeks before our exhibition on the 5th of June we will release one new gift wrapped package of stories. Today, you can see an excerpt of Kristoffer Kumars story about temple punk-rockers in
Between two worlds Right now Kristoffer and Anton have their heads deep down into lots of video material, and we thought we’d give you a little glimpse of what they did during a workshop led by Philip Blenkinsop in Yangon, Myanmar. While Kristoffer decided to do a video story about a chicken slaughterhouse, Anton came
Anton is putting up the second poster for our exhibition! Poster photo by Kristian Bålsrød.
Klaudia is putting up the first poster for our exhibition! Poster photo by Therese Alice Sanne.