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Die Böhm #27
How to Draw a Bunny

Die Böhm #27- How to Draw a Bunny

Die Böhm #27- How to Draw a BunnyDie Böhm
Die Böhm #27: How to Draw a Bunny

Created by Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber.
Supported by the Goethe Institut.


Edition of 105
8 pages
300 x 210 mm
ISSN Not Available


In this issue of the photographic quarterly Die Böhm, people in costume pose in domestic interiors. The images are part of Oliver Sieber’s ongoing project in which he photographs young people who dress up as their favorite Manga characters. Other images in this issue -close-up shots of the backs of people’s heads – come from Katja Stuke’s project of photographing ‘feeling home’.
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About the Magazine
Die Böhm is a Foto-Fanzine published by Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber since 1999. Each issue is the juxtaposition of two different bodies of work, one each by Stuke and Sieber, under a single collective title. Both photographers are concerned primarily with issues surrounding portraiture, the mediated image, the expressions of self-identity influenced by popular culture, in particular youth sub-cultures.

About the Creators
Katja Stuke (b. 1968) is a German artist. She lives and works in Düsseldorf. Together with Oliver Sieber she covers an extensive range of personas: photographers and artists, curators and exhibition organisers, designers and art book editors. Yet as they move through their photographic cosmos, it is not always so easy to determine where one identity ends and the other begins. Regardless, in their works and activities as artists and art facilitators they have long since become moderators of a very specific photographic culture.

Oliver Sieber studied photography in Bielefeld and Düssseldorf. Since 1999 he has worked with Katja Stuke on BöhmKobayashi projects.
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About the Publisher
BöhmKobayashi is a publishing project run by Katja Stuke and Oliver Sieber.

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