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                              Current Research on History and Trends of
                                                      PHOTO | BOOK | ALBUM
 
     
  Conference of the German Photographic Association (DGPh), History and Archives Department, in co-operation with European Society for the History of Photography (ESHPh)
     
 

Vienna, 10 June 2016
Venue: MUSA, Felderstraße 6-8, 1010 Vienna

 

10.00

   

Welcome:
Berthold Ecker, Direktor MUSA
Uwe Schögl, Präsident ESHPh
Marjen Schmidt, Chair History and Archives Department DGPh
 
     
  Book and Photography  
  Moderation: Dorothea Peters  
     
10.15   Michael Hagner (Zürich): “Das Photobuch als Buch”  
     
11.00 Anthony Hamber (London): “Aspects of the photographically illustrated book,
1839-1880”
 
     
11.30    Break  
     
11.45 Johan de Zoete (Utrecht): “Das Rasterverfahren und die drucktechnischen Bedingungen für seinen Erfolg”  
     
12.15 Manfred Heiting (Los Angeles): “Das Problem des Photobuchs im 20. Jahrhundert”  
     
12.45 Break  
     
  Photo Album and Private Photography  
  Moderation: Hans Christian Adam  
     
14.00

Awarding of the “DGPh Grant on the History of German-Language Photo Publications” to Julia Berger by Marjen Schmidt

 
14.15 Julia Berger (Braunschweig): “Reise ans Meer. Maritime Bilder in Photoalbum / Photobuch / Digitalphotobuch”  
     
14.45 Elisabeth Kamenicek (Vienna): “Ludwig Wittgensteins Photoalben”  
     
15.15 Annegret Pelz (Vienna): "Archiv und verbales Album. Photoalbum und Literatur"  
     
15.45 Break  
     
  Photobook Today  
  Moderation: Uwe Schögl  
     

16.15

Steffen Siegel (Essen): “Drucksachen. Vorbemerkungen zu einer künftigen Photobuch-Forschung”

   


16.45

 

Christoph Schaden (Köln): “ »Das andere Schweigen«. Zur Rezeptionsgeschichte des epochalen Photobuchs The Silence von Gilles Peress”  
17.15 Adriana Dumitran (Bukarest): “Photographic investigations on peripheries from Romania in Photo Books (2010 – 2015)”  
     
18.00 Close of event  
     

Conference languages are German and English. Participation in the conference is free of charge thanks to the support of the following partners: