Photographer Noël Quidu, the author Cyril Drouhet and publisher Lois Lammerhuber presented AND GOD CREATED WAR at this year’s photo festival in Perpignan, France. The numerous visitors were fascinated by the talk about Noël Quidu’s 30 years of war photography. More
06.09.2019 Noël Quidu AND GOD CREATED WAR on ARTE
Even before Noël Quidu's book was published it attracts the most attention. ARTE was our guest and shot at the publishing house in Baden, was there at the printer and interviewed the photographer in his hometown Paris.
Book presentation of the celebratory volume on the 60thbirthday of exceptional conductor Christian Thielemann in Salzburg on 16 April 2019 at 10 o’clock in the morning. More
Emil Gataullin, Espace Séraphine, Clermont-de-l’Oise, France
The Russian photographer Emil Gataullin was present at the opening of his exhibition À TRAVERS L’HORIZON , which shows photos of the book TOWARDS THE HORIZON.
The photos can be seen from 29 March until 19 May 2019 at Espace Séraphine in Clermont-de-l’Oise, France. More
On the occasion of Christian Thielemann’s 60th birthday, the celebratory volume Christian Thielemann I Dirigieren I Conducting was presented in Berlin at Dussmann das KulturKaufhaus. More
The 22nd Austrian Event Award was presented on 4 December and brought Gold for the Festival La Gacilly-Baden Photo in the category Public Events Charity / Social / Cultural (P2P).
On 1 December 2018, at the Comic Con Dortmund, Edition Lammerhuber was overjoyed to receive the Presidential Award 2018 - Best Journalistic/Academic Publication. More
On 28 November 2018, at the gala of the Austrian art sponsoring award MAECENAS 2018 in Vienna, the Festival La Gacilly-Baden Photo received a Special Award in the category Art & Culture. More
On 20 November 2018, the gala of the 18th MAECENAS Lower Austria sponsoring awards was held at Thalheim Castle. The Festival La Gacilly-Baden Photo received a commendation in the category Art & Culture. More
Since the start in April 2014 of the exhibition project Fields of Battle, Lands of Peace, Mike St Maur Sheil’s pictures have been seen by over 11 million people in nine countries.