European Photography is the independent art magazine for international contemporary photography and new media.
1 January, 1980
Editor and Publisher
Benjamin Füglister (Berlin), Daniel Boetker-Smith (Melbourne), Christoph Tannert (Berlin), Gu Zheng (Shanghai), Hiromi Nakamura (Tokyo), Moritz Neumüller (Barcelona), Roberta Valtorta (Milan), Rosalind Williams (Madrid), Steven V-L Lee (London), Tse Mingchong (Hong Kong), Vaclav Macek (Bratislava)
Assistant to the Publisher
Research & Documentation
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Biannually in January and July
80 pages, 240 x 300 mm (11 4/5" x 9 1/2"), sewn binding
Two-year subscription (4 issues): Europe EUR 72.00, outside Europe EUR 92.00, including handling and postage. Copy price EUR 18.00 plus EUR 7.50 for handling and postage.
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European Photography welcomes submissions at any time. For themed issues, please consult our calls for entries on the magazine's Facebook page. If not otherwise requested, submissions should include a link to a website and be sent to submissions [at] equivalence.com. There are no submission fees.
While copyright of all work submitted to European Photography remains with the applicant, you confirm that you own all the rights to the texts and images and exempt the publisher from any fee, license, or legal claims by third parties; you agree that the submitted work may be published free of charge.
European Photography carefully reviews all submissions and, if accepted for publication, will contact you for further processing of your submission. European Photography does not release or publish any work without your prior consent.
Submissions should come directly from artists, not from galleries or representatives.
One-day master workshops and individual work reviews with Andreas Müller-Pohle at Eye-Mind.com on request.
European Photography 89 (Summer 2011) available on Issuu for free download.
European Photography 9498 available for download at Equivalence Shop. More digital issues in preparation.
Complete Edition 19802018
A limited number of complete sets of 104 original issues of European Photography is available at EUR 3,099.00 (plus shipping and handling costs) to libraries and collectors.
European Photography, P.O. Box 802 27, 10002 Berlin, Germany
Verantwortlich für den Inhalt: Andreas Müller-Pohle,
Zimmerstr. 23, 10969 Berlin, Germany