One-on-one photo book editing with Martin Kollar in Bratislava
Make your own dummy book at home with the acclaimed artist.
This is an opportunity for serious photographers who want to take their work an essential step further towards artistic accomplishment – editing and publishing a photo book.
During this very intensive weekend workshop meeting you will review and evaluate your project with Martin Kollar, reshape your existing dummy book, or make a new one from scratch. Depending on how advanced is your project, the resulting edit may be used directly for contacting publishers. The artist will share his knowledge about the process and provide you with further instructions and guidance.
During the two days in Bratislava you will meet and work at Martin Kollar’s home studio.
Place: Bratislava, Slovakia
Duration: 2 days
Tuition: 1500 EUR
Martin Kollar is a Slovak photographer and cinematographer well known for his distinctive, original style of visual storytelling. He studied at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, within the film faculty and the camera department. Since graduation he has worked on a number of documentary and fiction films as a director, producer and director of photography, as well as on personal photography projects.
He has received several photography grants and awards, including the Prix Elysee and Leica Oskar Barnack Award. His work has been exhibited across the world, including Brooklyn Museum, Slovak National Gallery (Bratislava), Martin-Gropius-Bau (Berlin), Tel Aviv Museum of Art and Musee Elysee (Lausanne).
Application is made by e-mail: email@example.com (In the message subject please state “Martin Kollar workshop”).
– your name and place of residence
– a link to your personal website (the project you want to work on) or a zip file with 10-16 photographs.
– a personal statement describing your project and your motivation for joining the workshop
– a proposed date of the workshop (weekends are preferred)
The applications will be sent to Martin Kollar for acceptance.
By applying you agree to the workshop regulations.
You should arrive with your photographs printed (simplest lab paper prints or an editable dummy book). Having your own laptop with the electronic copies and editing software is advised.