Documentary
06
Mar

Thomas Kern: Haiti. The Perpetual Liberation

A powerful photographic portrait, Haiti: The Perpetual Liberation shows a different, more personal, and therefore also more “ordinary” view of

27
Feb

Alec Soth: Gathered Leaves

FOMU is bringing the work of renowned Magnum photographer Alec Soth (US, °1969) to Belgium for the first time with

21
Feb

Interview with documentary photographer Julia Abzaltdinova

Julia Abzaltdinova – born in Ekaterinburg, Russia in 1984 in the family of photography lovers. She took an interest in

02
Feb

Denis Esakov: This is Not a Tower

The story is old: iconic objects crumble into dust or, at best, provide a suitable background for selfies. One dramatic

24
Jan

Christian Nilson: The Swiss

The Swiss collects the work of Swedish photographer Christian Nilson, who has lived in Switzerland for more than ten years.

04
Jan

Martin Bogren: Tractor Boys

Youngsters meet up on the village outskirts, racing their tractorcars, burning tyremarks into the warm summer asphalt. The smell of

12
Dec

Interview with documentary photographer Robin Hinsch

Robin Hinsch was born in 1987. He studied Photography at the HFG-Karlsruhe in the Class of Prof. Elger Esser, at

20
Nov

Marta Giaccone: Systems of Harmony

In the 19th century a large number of Europeans and Americans went to great lengths to establish small utopian communities

11
Nov

Giacomo Sini: The Forgotten People of Kurdistan

About his project The Forgotten People of Kurdistan says Giacomo Sini: I usually travel in Middle East and year by year

03
Nov

Eli Reed: A Long Walk Home

Eli Reed: A Long Walk Home presents the first career retrospective of Reed’s work. Consisting of over 250 images that