In short

Behind the scenes : Fall in Deep by Elsa & Johanna

The duo of photographers Elsa Parra & Johanna Benaïnous have recently produced the videoclip F...

David Hurn gives his collection to National Museum of Wales

The Magnum Photos photographer has given his wonderful collection of his 1,500 personal prints and...

Photojournalist Mathias Depardon began a hunger strike

French Photojournalist Mathias Depardon started a hunger strike on May 21th. He was arrested on May...
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Portrait of Stanley Greene, Paris, 1994 © Bernard Plossu
Portrait of Stanley Greene, Paris, 1994 © Bernard Plossu

Swiss photographer Romain Mader won yesterday the Foam Paul Huf Award. The Foam, an abbreviation for Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, is a renown Dutch institution dedicated to photography. Each year, a photographer under thirty-five years wins a $ 20,000 grant and an exhibition at Foam

The jury acclaimed Roman Mader’s series Ektarina, in which he documents a Ukrainian fictional city populated only by women. Conceived as a fantastic and absurd journey, Mader – the character played by the photographer- , searches for love in a universe overwhelmed by “humor and irony” (Foam). The photographer uses humour to address serious concerns: sexual tourism, loneliness, sexual exploitation and love.

More informations 

 Romain Mader website

– Foam Website

See more

Awards
Romain Mader is the winner of the Paul Huf Foam Award 2017

Romain Mader (1988, Switzerland) is the winner of the eleventh Foam Paul Huf Award 2017. This annual prize, given to a photography talent under 35 years old, consists of €20.000 and an exhibition at Foam Museum. The jury chose Romain Mader from a pool of 100 nominated photograp...

Event
Foam Talent New York: 24 young artists shaping the future of photography

Foam launches this weekend Foam Talent at Red Hook Labs in Brooklyn, New York (USA). A group exhibition is bringing together 24 innovative image makers under the age of 35. It’s the first time that Foam brings its selection of Foam Talents to New York. The exhibition will take ...