Objektiv # 10 was launched together with this conversation between Morten Andenæs and the American photographer Lucas Blalock during Paris Photo in November. Entitled Unknown Unknowns, the conversation acts as the continuation of a correspondence between the two photographers, which began as a conversation essay for this issue. Objektiv #10 also includes contributions by Charlotte Cotton, Nan Goldin, Camille Henrot and Torbjørn Rødland, amongst others. The film is made by Arne Steckmest.
Objektiv #10 can be found at the following places: Torpedo, MELK, Kunstnernes Hus, Tronsmo, Museet for Samtidskunst, YME, Aker Foto and Fotogalleriet in Oslo. House of Foundation in Moss, Preus Museum in Horten, Trondheim Kunstmuseum, KODE – Kunstmuseene in Bergen, Hordaland Kunstsenter, Sørlandet Kunstmuseum, and through Narvesen all over Norway. PAPERCUT, Moderna Museet, Konst-ig and Stockholms Fotoantikvariat in Stockholm. Gallery 54 in Gothenburg. Galleri Breadfield in Malmö. Fotografisk Center in Copenhagen and Galleri Image in Aarhus. Do you read me? in Berlin, Library of Art in Paris and Printed Matter in New York.
Issue 9, launched in May this year and titled Archive Art, is sold out, but other back issues can be ordered online here.
Our Spring 2015 issue is devoted to the late Tom Sandberg. We will also have a closer look at Norwegian photographic practices today. Objektiv # 11 will hit the streets in April.
Our 12th issue will feature exciting new collaborations and will be launched in November.