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We are happy to be nominated for the Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2022 with our collective work "The Flood in Western Germany". Thank you Malin Schulz for the nomination.
For the past year, we have been following the aftermath and reconstruction after the Flood in Western Germany. On the anniversary, our work is featured in GEO Magazine.
Fabian’s photo-essay on youth in Ukraine has been published in the Guadrian.
Fabian’s photo-essay on youth in Ukraine has been published in TIME Magazine.
Arne’s photo-essay “Anecdotes from an unfamiliar Land” is part of the Felix-Shoeller Award exhibition at Willy-Brandt-Haus in Berlin from 31. March till 12. June 2022.
photos: Laila Shubert
Our collective work “The Flood in Western Germany” has benn published in Greenpeace Magazin.
Our collective work “The Flood in Western Germany” as well as Ingmar’s photo essay “About the Days Ahead” are shortlisted for the PH Museum Grant.
Fabian and Ingmar’s photo-essay “Antechamber of War in Ukraine” has been published in The Guardian.
Our photo-essay “The Flood in Western Germany” has been published in 6mios.
Arne and Max presented our collective work “The Flood in Western Germany” as part of the side program of the World Press Photo exhibition in Oldenburg.
Our collective work “The Flood in Western Germany” has been published in GEO Wissen alongside an interview with Max and Fabian.
Fabian’s photo-essay “The long Days of Hanau” is among the three finalists of Sony World Photography Awards -
Documentary Projects - Professional competition.
Arne’s work “The Last Mine Rescue” has been published in Dagbladet Information.
We won “Rückblende 2021” - the german award for political photography.
Max and Ingmar’s photo essay "Road of Kolyma" was published in M Le Magazine du Monde as an 8-page portfolio.
Five images from our collective project “The Flood in Western Germany” are exhibited on billboards in Dortmund, as part of the “DER JAHR100SOMMER” project by Dortmund Kreativ.
One image from our collective work “The Flood in Western Germany” is among TIME’s Top Photos of 2021.
Our collective photo-essay on the flood in western Germany has been published as 24-page cover story of ZEIT Magazin.
Aliona and Arne gave an interview to Christoph Amend about how their experiences working in the flooded areas also changed their perspective on their profession.
Arne's photo-essay Faith, Custom, Home is currently on exhibition in Noyon, France, as part of 18th Photaumnales C'EST LA FÊTE from 6 october - 2 janaury 2022.
Exhibition photos © Gil Lefauconnier
We presented our collective work Ruhrgebiet:Notizen in Oberhausen and Hamm.
Photos by Magnus Terhorst
A total of 40 photos from our collective project Ruhrgebiet:Notizen were exhibited on billboards in the four Ruhr area cities of Hamm, Gelsenkirchen, Oberhausen and Hagen.
Arne is among the nominees of the Felix Shoeller Newcomer Award with his photo-essay “Anecdotes from an unfamiliar land”.
Arne is among the finalists of the W. Eugene Smith Student Grant with his photo-essay “Anecdotes from an unfamiliar land”.
One of our images of our collective project on the flood in western Germany as cover of Die ZEIT.
Our collective work on the flood in western Germany has been published in TIME Magazine.
Aliona’s work “Babushka” has been published in GEO.
Aliona and Max are currently part of an exhibition at Horbach Stiftung Cologne, which features the topics of environmental pollution, climate change and migration.
Ingmar won the Grand Prix at the ADC Awards together with ZEIT Magazin for the publication of his work on COVID in Germany.
Max was a guest of the “dieMotive” Podcast, moderated by Alexander Hagmann. They talked about World Press Photo, documentary photography and his photo-essays.
Max and Arne’s photo-essay “The Longest Night” is exhibited in Brückstraße 64, Dortmund until 20.05.2021.
Ingmar was invited as a guest at SWR2 Tandem. One year after the start of the first COVID lockdown in Germany, he discussed his project “about the days ahead”, the changing society and DOCKS collective.
An article about Ingmar’s COVID-19 project has been published in the culture section of the weekend edition of the Tagesspiegel. Words by Joana Nietfeld.
Ingmar’s long-term project “about the days ahead” has been shortlisted for the Sony World Photography Awards, for Copenhagen Photofestival and is among the finalists for PORTRAITS Hellerau Award.
The work is currently on exhibit at Technische Sammlung Dresden.
Fabian’s photo-essay “The Long Days of Hanau” has been published in ZEIT magazine.
Just two days after the attack in Hanau, Fabian visited the city for ten days. Over the last eleven months, he came back regularly to accompany friends and relatives of those murdered in Hanau after the tragic incident.
Text by Johannes Dudziak
A selection of Max and Arne's photo essay "The Longest Night" has been published in L’Espresso.
A selection of Max and Arne's photo essay "The Longest Night" has been published in the TAZ.
Since November, Arne and Max have been photographing people who are particularly affected by Corona and its restrictions. In their essay they tell personal stories of emotional complexity and psychological exceptional situations during this dark season.
Ingmar’s photo-essay “About the days ahead” is on display in a window exhibition in Minden.
Ingmar’s photo-essay “About the days ahead” was published in Süddeutsche Zeitung.
Arne and Ingmar are among the winners of Photo Annual in the category Student Work.
Ingmar’s photo-essay “About the days ahead” has been published on decoder.org alongside a russian Interview about his project.
In connection with the Word Press Photo Exhibition at Depot Dortmund, Max gave a presentation on his awarded work Fading Flamingos, and his latests photo-essays Ger District and Road of Kolyma.
Photos by Anna Roters
Ingmar won the 2020 Highly Commended Award at the Ian Parry Scholarship and has been shortlisted for the Emerging Artist Scholarship of LUCIE Foundation.
Ingmar’s photo-essay “About the days ahead” has been published in GEOkompakt alongside a text on resilience in times of Corona.
Arne is finalist for the Kaunas Photo Star Award. His ongoing photo-essay “Anecdotes from an unfamiliar Land” is exhibited at Kaunas from 03 September until 31 October.
Ingmar’s photo-essay “Behind Facades” is published in the current DUMMY issue.
Arne and Ingmar are among the finalists of 6mois prix du photojournalisme with their poto-essays “Anecdotes from an unfamiliar Land” and “About the days ahead”.
Ingmar’s photo-essay “About the days ahead” is exhibited at Athen Photo Festival.
Arne’s photo-essay “Faith, Custom, Home” was published in the SOCIETY magazine.
Ingmar is part of the "The Pandemic" collective exhibition at this years edition of Visa pour l'image, Perpignan, with his photo-essay “About the days ahead”.
A portrait of Arne’s photo-essay “Faith, Custom, Home” is featured in the Portrait of Humanity Vol 2 book.
Ingmar is among the finalists of the W. Eugene Smith Student Grant
Ingmars photo-essay "Measure and Middle" won the World Report Award of the Festival della Fotografica Etica in the student category. His project will be exhibited in the annual edition of the Festival from September 26th to October 25th, 2020 in Lodi, Italy.
A picture from “Fading Flamingos” by Max is in the current issue of Chrismon. The magazine is available as a supplement this week in the “SZ”, “DIE ZEIT”, “Faz”, “Welt am Sonntag” and others.
For his project “Measure and Middle”
Ingmar got interviewed by WDR5.
You can listen to the interview here︎
Ingmar got interviewed about his photo-essay “Behind Facades” in the newspaper Hannoverschen Allgemeinen Zeitung.
Arne is finalist of the New Visions - Cortona on the Move with his photo-essay “Red Hero”.
Ingmar gave an interview to SWR and talked about his new photo essay "Measure and Middle" - a journey through Germany during COVID-19.
Ingmar’s photo-essay “Measure and Middle” is published in ZEIT Magazine. He got interviewed by Christoph Amend about his two-month journey through Germany during the COVID-19 crisis.
Max is winner of the Bartur Photo Award in the category Judges Choice Student - Climate Change with his work “Fading Flamingos”
Ingmar’s ongoing photo-essay “Measure and Middle”, a journey through Germany during the COVID-19 pandemic, is published on TIME.
“For the past month, the 24-year-old photographer has been traveling around Germany under strict precautions to document how different groups of people, from medical workers to asylum seekers to couples separated by newly erected border fences, have adapted to life in lockdown and sought to find some normalcy and creativity in these times.“