1-5 May 2017

Antoine d’Agata workshop in Berlin

The gritty beauty of Berlin is the workshop’s location, a city of hedonism and artistic freedom like no other city in Europe.

Submission Deadline
14 April

“Its not how a photographer looks at the world that is important. It’s their intimate relationship with it.” 
Antoine d’Agata

Antoine d’Agata’s reputation as a teacher, is an extraordinary one. Participants have been quoted as saying, ‘a workshop with D’Agata is a life changing experience.’ Such is his unique ability to guide the individual to dig deep within, both emotionally and creatively. His photography is purely subjective and echo’s the famous mantra of Robert Capa when he said ‘if your photographs aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough.’ During this five day workshop you will have the opportunity to challenge yourself, confront your fears and to move out of your comfort zone. The focus is on creativity via experience.

Antoine d’Agata
Antoine d’Agata was born in Marseille. He is a photographer and film maker. He studied photography under the tutelage of Nan Goldin and Larry Clark at the international Center of Photography in New York. He has won many awards, and has been exhibited many times. Notable photobooks that have been published, include Insomnia, Vortex, Stigma, Psychogéographie, Ice and Anticorps, for which he won the Rencontres d’Arles Author’s Book Award and exhibited Anticorps at Le Bal in 2013. In 2004 he joined Magnum Photos.

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Identify the visual language of each participant, and to define individual photographic strategies. Emphasising the importance of meaning via technique.

Encourage participants to engage with their subject and push personal limits.

The discipline of daily critiques and group discussions focusing on theoretical, aesthetic and practical issues.

Editing, sequencing and more editing and sequencing.

To have achieved the satisfaction of having produced a coherent and honest body of work.

Participants:
14 people maximum

Technical details:
although we welcome analogue photography, because of the quick turn over it is recommended to use digital

Pre workshop preparation:
Each participant must prepare a short presentation of their work and bring printed photographs (min 6 max 20) on the first day

Price:
1.050 Euro

 

Please send by email:

  • One or two paragraphs about yourself and your reason for wanting to join
  • Some ID with photo
  • a short written presentation of your work
  • A selection of 10-20 images (JPG, 72DPI, 1024 large maximum)

If you have any questions please contact us on info@berlinfotokiez.com

The price does not include production, travel, or accommodation for the meetings. A 50% deposit by bank transfer is required once you have been accepted to the Berlin Foto Kiez workshop, and the remaining 50% one week before the start of the workshop.