sergej vutuc

Vladimir Skate Film Festival

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Thursday 22. 9. – Fažana
Brioni Hotel

Day zero
Skate video projections

19:30
I Like It Here Inside My Mind. Don’t Wake Me This Time.
by Pontus Alv

20:00
Pathways
by Brett Nichols

20:40
Cinecittà On Wheels

by Inti Carboni

21:00
Fourteen
by Pablo Marín

21:20
Corto
by Maximiliano Fernandez

21:30
Trip to belgrade

by Kult 

21:40
Vase
by Jacob Harris


Friday 23. 9. – Fažana
Caffe bar Stara Fažana

19:00
Photo exhibition Nicaragua
Henry Kingsford

20:00
Nicaragua
by Jacob Harris

20:20
Somehow… Somewhere…
by Absurd skateboards

21:20
Conexiones
by Luka Pinto

22:00
Nick pick
by Palomino

22:30
Getting Loose in Belarus
by Dura skateboards


 

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Saturday 24. 9. – Pula
Kino Valli

19:00
International photo exhibition
Alexey Lapin
Kuba Bączkowski
Joel Peck
Richard West

20:00
The Blackboard
by Marquis Bradshaw

21:00
Future is primitive
by Katsuya Nonaka

Galerija Cvajner

22:00
Photo exhibition Čista zona
Sergej Vutuc

23:00
Solsticij
by Nikola Racan


Sunday 25. 9. – Fažana
National park Brijuni

20:00
Spirit Quest
by Colin Read


Supported by:

TZ Fažana
Grad Pula
Istarska Županija
Nacionalni park Brijuni
Galerija Cvajner
Pula Film Festival
Kino Valli
Na konju smo
Six Penelope

Media partners:

Grey skateboard magazine
Barrier skateboard magazine
Palomino
Minuit audio visual
Live skateboard media

New York Art Book Fair – MoMA PS1

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always pleasure to be part of this beautiful event… thank you all for trading, stop by, supporting and making this trip and future projects release able

big thanks to caroline paquita and 497 house

 

 

NY ARTBOOK FAIR, MOMA PS1

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See you at DOME by
THE NY ART BOOK FAIR
MoMA PS1, New York, USA on table with dear friends Move Elore
16-18. September 2016
Preview: 15th of September 

Whoneedsanotherphotoblog and Christer Ek

 

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Energy is really the word that comes to mind to talk about the work of Sergej Vutuc. Both in the production of zines and in the photographic work itself, there is the generosity, passion and even profusion. The world is moving, the world is changing, public spaces are constantly in evolution and it is here the question of appropriation of these territories. From the deep roots of subcultures from the margins of society such as punk and skateboarding, Sergej explores territories and makes them his. It makes us rediscover the city and invites us to look with new eyes that requires abandoning preconceptions. The city comes alive, and it is difficult to recognize.

Sergej chose not to work on conventional representations. The photographs are handled, crushed, interpreted. He interposes plastics filters, often simple bags for creating the texture in his images. He deconstructs reality, like memories out of a dream. The images are blurred as if to get away from reality. This aesthetic is becoming his trademark, his way of looking at the world, with which he combines some other signs, texts strummed we hardly read, like a background noise that would tell us something important but remains difficult to hear. Sergej’s own interpretation emphasizes and valorizes our imagination. The pictures are interactive, we must fill up the story with our own one.

Christer Ek

more at:

https://whoneedsanotherphotoblog.wordpress.com

 

Čista Zona, Sergej Vutuc

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Čista Zona, Sergej Vutuc
Book in Progress in coproduction with We Make It Berlin
Silkscreen cover print by Palefroi

Release at
Printed Matter, Inc. 
THE NY ART BOOK FAIR
MoMA PS1, New York, USA
DOME on table with Move Elore

16-18. September 2016
Preview: 15th of September
http://nyartbookfair.com 
https://www.printedmatter.org

ukraine project in progress

Original Copy: Preview the Ukraine from Original Copy on Vimeo.

Skaters: Tjark Thielker, Tomaž Šantl, Valeri Rosomako, Igor Fardin, Sergej Vutuc, David Grigoryan

video: Tomaž Šantl
super 8: Valeri Rosomako, Sergej Vutuc

theoriginalcopies.com/
facebook.com/theoriginalcopies
Ukraine, 2016

MBU STREET ZINE, Issue Four

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Berlin, Neukölln
MBU STREET ZINE Issue Four, 28th August 2016
incl artist Fabiano Rodrigues , Raphael Zarka and Sergej Vutuc

FABIANO RODRIGUES, São Paulo
Since 2010 Rodrigues has explored in his photographic work the position of his own body in relation to the architecture and landscape of urban centers. A former professional skateboarder and self-taught photographer, the artist portrays himself in movement, capturing the climax of maneuvers within previously planned compositions, using a remote control to shoot the camera. His performative accuracy goes sometimes in harmony, sometimes in disarray, with architectural forms, resulting in great and geometric images, drawn by a magnificent play of light and shadows. Rodrigues prioritizes symbolic and modernist constructions, such as the those designed by Oscar Niemeyer, having also photographed inside Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo, São Paulo Biennial Foundation; Tomie Othake Museum, in São Paulo; Museum of Contemporary Art in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro; Brasília National Museum, Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA), in Argentina; Universidade Central de Venezuela (UCV, UNESCO World Heritage Center); Zamek Cultural Center, in Poland; Marrakech Museum in Morocco; FAU USP; Casa de Vidro Lina Bobardi and São Pedro Theatre, in Porto Alegre. The artist photographs mainly in black and white, making single prints.
http://fabianorodriguesphotography.tumblr.com

RAPHAEL ZARKA, Paris
Raphaël Zarka is one of a new generation of artists for whom existing cultural forms constitute the raw material for their work. The point of departure for his art, which encompasses photography, video and the written essay, is fundamentally sculptural in the expanded field of a twenty-first century artist. For many years a skateboarder and the author of several books on its history, Zarka’s idea of skateboarding, as a kind of re-writing of spaces destined for a particular use, rhymes with his approach to his artistic practice. Similar to the abandoned structures built for past moments of aspiration and endeavor, and the recurrence of forms put to new uses, Zarka’s reflections on skateboarding signal ecology of art making of critical and contemporary relevance. For him it’s not a question of an absolute reality but rather, what it is, has been or might be depending on the position from which you view it.
Extract from Raphael Zarka Geometry Improved, a text by Suzanne Cotter
http://michelrein.com/en/artistes/oeuvres/32/Raphaël%20Zarka

SERGEJ VUTUC, Berlin
The work of Sergej Vutuc is about observing the development of the modern society; a privatization of the public space and conquering the nature with concrete, on one side, and the natural human urge to expand one’s consciousness, to be in between, to exist playfully and live through imagination, on the other side. Skateboard culture is just one of many contemporary social subcultures whose philosophy is based on the aspiration for playfulness and urge to use the open space in the context of freedom of expression. Sergej researches this phenomenon and participates in it through his position of the modern nomad, whose radius of movement includes specific places such as Fukushima, Detroit, Israel and Palestine, strong symbols of on going human mistakes and wrong directions in social and economic development. Through his work, he grasps a surreal feeling of a new or parallel existence, and, even though it can sound utopian, moments of the shift of perception in the human and the society in general.
Dunja Jankovic, Skver
www.sergejvutuc.com

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CONFUSION MAGAZINE
issue fourteen

Skater interviews include:
David “Conni” Conrads by Arne Fiehl
Kevin Kowalski (USA)
David Sanchez (Spain)
Josh Kotlega (Australia)

DIY Spots & Backyard bowls:
Spotter DIY (Spain)
Carcassonne DIY (France)
Mashers DIY (Belgium)

Features:
OMSA Tour Portugal
Addis Park in Ethiopia
Girls Skate Tour India
M&M Pool France

and as usual, much more interesting and rad stuff…..
www.confuzine.com

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Neukölln, Berlin 2016

The Gallerist

The Gallerist from jonasnormann on Vimeo.

THE GALLERIST
is film by Jonas Normann about San Francisco, second life and their effects….
in words / life of Carson Lancaster photographer and maker of Book & Job Gallery…