dienacht Magazine and dienacht Publishing 2015 - what remains

2015 has been an amazing year – a beautiful and successful one (well, not in the monetary sense, but that's not the most important thing anyway). I met so many great people at festivals, workshops and fairs, and spend such a good time with them; it was always too short, but there is hope to meet them again soon.

We had great collaborations, such the one with the Ost.Licht Gallery (leading into co-publishing a huge Ren Hang book/catalogue) and the Leica Gallery in Vienna (leading into co-publishing the small, intimate book Kinky City by Pawel Jaszczuk). Or the second time at the OBSCURA Festival in George Town, Malaysia. Or the invitation of the Goethe Institute to Lagos, Nigeria. Just to name a few, but there have been much more and I know I don't justice to the ones I didn't named. There were not less important, or less precious.

Here are my own, personal photos from one of these trips.

OBSCURA Festival of Photography, George Town, Malaysia

2015 has been also a great year for the magazine and books published by dienacht. People talked and wrote about them – here's a small overview:

dienacht Magazine #17.
・LeadAwards 2015 in Bronze for Arne Svenson's series "The Neighbors".

Ren Hang: 野生
Review on American Suburb X.

Chronicle by Shilo Group:
・Nominated for the German Photo Book Award 2016
・Review "No Progress, No Photography, Old Country, New Country" by Colin Pantall
・Review "From the Fog of the Barricades" by Brad Feuerhelm on American Suburb X
・Selected as one of the Best Photo Books of the Year by Marc Pearson for Photobookstore.

Katarzyna Mazur – Anna Konda:
・Shortlisted at the Paris Photo – Aperture Photo Book Award
・Selected as one of the Best Photo Books of the Year by photo-eye
・Selected as one of the Most Beatiful Photo Books from the East by Calvert Journal
・Selected among the Best Photo Books of the Year by A-N
Review on Collector Daily.

Paweł Jaszczuk – Kinky City
・Selected as one of the Best Photo Books of the Year by Robin Titchener for Photobookstore.

Ekaterina Anokhina – Inner Mongolia and Gabriel Orłowski – Anti-accent
・Selected as one of the Most Beatiful Photo Books from the East by Calvert Journal

Friends, colleagues, partners, readers and book lovers: thank you for everything, and have a better new year 2016. So long!

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