A selection of panels from my Picture Library project were published in the recent issue of Archivo Papers – Journal for Photography and Visual Culture edited by Paula Ribeiro Lobo (Volume 2, Issue 2, 2022). You can view it as a pdf here.
The ongoing exhibition at P420 was prolongated for another month until April 10th.
Mre reviews were published recently, “Riflettere sulle immagini. Le fotografie di Joachim Schmid a Bologna” by Giulia De Sanctis in Artribune, “Schmid rende arte la fotografia: la sua mostra a Bologna” by Paola Naldi in la Repubblica, and “Nessuna nuova fotografia, finché tutte quelle esistenti non siano state utilizzate” by Bruna Giordano on exibart.
Ornella D’Agnano discusses my exhibition at P420 in her review “I Photoworks di Joachim Schmid alla P420” on Juliet art magazine (in Italian only).
Another interview by Mauro Zanchi, conducted on the occasion of the exhibition at P420 was recently published on Antinomie both in English and in Italian translation.
Mauro Zanchi discusses my exhibition at P420 in his review “Joachim Schmid. Photoworks” on ATP Diary (Italian and English).
Azzurra Immediato discusses my exhibition at P420 in her review “P420 ospita Photoworks e il significato della fotografia secondo Joachim Schmid” on segnonline (in Italian only).
Julie-Ann Latulippe discusses my work Bilder von der Straße in her article “Par-delà les images : quand la matérialité photographique éclipse la représentation / Beyond the Image: When the Materiality of the Photograph Eclipses Representation”, published recently in esse magazine #101: Nouveaux matérialismes / New Materialisms.
The Found Memories of Jachim Schmid is the first episode of Artworks, a series of podcasts about artists and their work produced by Joe Gibson and Mishka Henner. It is now live wherever you get your podcasts.
Another interview by Mauro Zanchi and Sara Benaglia was published on Doppiozero (in Italian).
An interview Mauro Zanchi and Sara Benaglia made with me was recently published on ATP Diary both in English and in Italian translation.
My work Art Peace China Daily was published in a recent issue of Photo Paper (No. 50, 2020), rearranged and adapted to the magazine’s format and its sixteen pages.
John McDowall discusses my book Vom Gehen in his article “Some intervals in artists’ books”, published recently in The Blue Notebook (Volume 14, No.2, Spring/Summer 2020, p.24–31).
Mark Durden discusses my book L.A. Women in his essay “Testing humanism: the transactions of contemporary documentary photography”, published recently in The Routledge Companion to Photography Theory.
Pascale Krief discusses X Marks the Spot in her article “Le jeu avec la condition figurative”, published recently in artpress hors série (No. 52, November 2019, p.54–57).
Sarah Bodman discusses some of my books in her article “Black Mirror”, published recently in Printmaking Today (Vol. 28, Summer 2019, Issue 110, p.22/23).
Erika Lacava’s article “Senza macchina fotografica” as well as an interview she made with me were recently published in Hestetika magazine no. 31, October 2018 (in Italian).
Some of my works were published along a four-page article about my work by Inka Bornstein in L. Fritz magazine no.2 (German and English).
Robert Shore’s eight page article “Orphans in the Storm” about my work was published in Elephant magazine no.21, winter 2015.
Valentine Plisnier’s article “Joachim Schmid, Photography Explorer” was published in camera no.8, November 2014, accompanied by a 20 page portfolio with a selection of my works.
“Die Bilder der Anderen. Im Atelier von Joachim Schmid” by Torsten Scheid was published in Photonews No. 10, Oct 2014.
An eighteen-page article by Susana Martins, “Photography as Anti-Museum? Conflicting museological concepts in the work of Joachim Schmid” was published in Photographies magazine volume 7, issue 2, 2014.
An interview by Sharon Boothroyd is online now on her site Photoparley.
An interview by Sören Schuhmacher is online now on American Suburb X / ASX.
Found Photography, an interview conducted in Sepember this year in Savignano sul Rubicone by Fabio Severo, is online now on Klat magazine (in Italian and in English).
My series X Marks the Spot is featured on a double-spread in today’s edition of Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant.
A seven-page article by Hugo Lauritz Jenssen about my work was published in Norwegian D2 magazine on June 21st, 2013.
An 18-page portfolio with my series Cyberspaces is included in the recent issue of C Photo magazine (Cycle 2, No. 6: Observed – Observados, edited by Jörg Colberg).
My project Other People’s Photographs is discussed in a four page article by Geoffrey Batchen, Observing by Watching: Joachim Schmid and the Art of Exchange published in the Spring issue of Aperture magazine (# 210).
A six page article featuring my work, El arribo del arte contemporáneo a la fotografía by Natalie de León was published in the July/August issue of Dossier magazine, Montevideo.
Manuela De Leonardis interviewed me during my stay in Rome. You find her text on Exibart.com (in Italian)
Mark Durden’s essay “Lost in Fascination” as well as an extensive interview he made with me were recently published in ArchivoZine (in English and Portuguese).
ABC Artists’ Books Cooperative is a network of bookmakers founded in 2009. We are a group of artists making print-on-demand books, we know of and are curious about each others’ work but many of us never met personally. In order to learn more about our individual practices we decided to make a series of interviews with each other. In the first of these conversations, Ljubljana-based artist Tanja Lažetić corresponded with Berlin-based Joachim Schmid over the course of several weeks in December 2011: Attitudes and Approaches is online now.
Album, Magazin für Fotografie #2: Same/Same
Interview with Joachim Schmid: Hunter and Gatherer (international edition)
Fotografische Kollateralfunde (deutsche Ausgabe)
An eight-page article “Books, Photographs, and Personal Histories. Susan Meiselas and Joachim Schmid in conversation with Geoffrey Batchen” was published in the January/February 2009 issue of Art on Paper (Vol.13, No.3).
Jim Casper’s article Celebrating photographic garbage, accompanied by an audio interview with Joachim Schmid recorded in Arles earlier this year, is now online on lensculture.com.
A two-page article The Accidental Predator. Joachim Schmid makes art from other people’s photographs by Sarah Andress was published in the November/December 2007 issue of Art on Paper (Vol.12, No.2).
Simone Menegoi’s four-page article I am not a photographer was published in Mousse contemporary art magazine (issue 10, Milano, September 2007). PDF available on the magazine’s website.
Inside Art: Joachim Schmid now on Dazed Digital
“At last, a retrospective for the German photographer whose career started as a freelance critic. In 1982, he found his first photograph that would begin a twenty-five year ongoing series called Bilder von der Straße (Pictures from the Street). Unfortunately it is not to be seen in its entirety (there are still 900 images), but there is a nice addition to the series, as the last image was found on the street outside The Photographers’ Gallery just days before the show opened. Collected in many cities from Berlin, Padua, Luxor to Edinburgh, these discarded ‘pictorial histories’ become an intriguing glimpse into the lives of strangers.
To accommodate his vast demand for images, in 1990 he set up The Institute for the Reprocessing of Used Photographs. People were asked to send in their unwanted photographs that have become an endless source for his work; there are unknown Brazilian faces in Belo Horizonte, Praça Rio Branco and morphed portraits from a Bavarian Studio Photographer in Photogenetic Drafts. But don’t confuse Schmid for an anthropologist or scientist as he vehemently wants nothing to do with such labels, he is merely someone who likes doing things! Be sure not to miss the sound photographs Tausend Himmel (Thousand Skies or Thousand Heavens), an extremely personal exploration also a move into the inevitable field of the digital era.”
Interview by Freire Barnes, filming and editing by Roland de Villiers, produced by Rod Stanley