Elin Berge has received a grant from Helge Ax:son Johnson's Stiftelse to continue working on her project about fashionistas in hijab - hijabistas.
There has been an awakening. Have you felt it? The annual Moment Insta Raffle is back!
feature shoot publishes AN UNFORGETTABLE LOOK AT LIFE WITH AN EATING DISORDER written by Ellyn Kail.
I’m interested in how women’s bodies so easily become subjects of cultural warfare. Our bodies are simply not neutral, like men's. This is something that I've been thinking about a great deal while working with my projects Veils and Merely Breasts.
Two of Moment’s photographers, Eivind Natvig & Marie Hald took part of the Opening of EPEA03 (European Photo Exhibition Awards) in Paris.
An assignment that Juuso Westerlund shot for Image-Magazine about the racism in a small town in Finland was awarded as the best story in Finnish magazines of 2015. All hail Juuso!
Juuso about the visit to overwhelming Lofoten.
Finally! We have been looking forward to this day for weeks and months. Photographers are photographers for so many different reasons. Aestethics and personal style are sometimes more striking than whatever message is supposed to be conveyed. In some photographers´ images, however, you are immediately there, among the objects in the middle of their lives. There...
Two of our photographers, Elin and Juuso, are invited to Lofoten International Photo Festival 25-28 of February. There will be a screening of Elin’s and Lars Berge’s documentary film The land of Queens and Juuso will exhibit his work Jackpot. Both will give artist talks. Take a look at the intriguing program here. Hope to...
At Sune Jonsson's Center for Documentary Photography, Västerbottens Museum in Umeå, 14 February 2 pm.
Eivind will speak at Litteraturhuset in Oslo on Friday February 5th.
Remember the first time you tasted what is now your favorite food? Maybe an oyster, or a hamburger. It probably initially tasted weird, unknown, intense. For a split second. And then it hit you. It overwhelmed you. You instantly knew. This is it. Suddenly it felt like home. Like it had always been there, and...
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Elin Berge's exhibition Veils can now be seen in the beautiful building of Kiruna Stadshus, Kiruna, Sweden. Until 5th of January 2016.
"This book of landscapes featuring the famous Volvo 240 is a real gem. Sometimes the car is up front, sometimes you have to really search for it, and the great thing is no other car manages to get in the photo. The funniest landscape book I have ever seen."
PHOTO BY EIVIND H. NATVIG/MOMENT/INSTITUTE Washington Post’s Kenneth Dickerman writes about Eivind’s latest project, “Come for all is now ready”. Photographs from the northernmost region of Norway. Check it out here.
PHOTO BY HELGE SKODVIN/MOMENT AGENCY/INSTITUTE Helge Skodvin and Elin Berge appears at Trondheim Dokumentarfestival. Helge opens the festival with an exhibition opening of the work A moveable beast. Elin shows the documentary film Drottninglandet (by Elin Berge and Lars Berge) and also gives an artist talk. See the program here.
Elin Berge's exhibition Slöjor (Veils) will be shown at Härnösands Konsthall 24th October - 21th November.
Photography by Elin Berge/MOMENT/INSTITUTE, Artwork by Martin Hultman. Most Swede’s have left the countryside for the comfortable life in the cities. But there are people that are willing to do the hard farm work: the Thai’s. Their inland is also changing and most need to leave home to find a better life. The Swedish farmer Mats-Åke...
As you might know, Moment is again ready to include new members. (If not, see "Call for submissions" posted here on June 1.) If you consider submitting you might find it helpful to read a little more about Moment, what to expect and what we are looking for in new members:
-This place isn’t like the rest of Romania, says 28 year old Irina Cozma, a manager at the corporate department of Orange, the telecom company, about the gated community in which she lives. She describes Cosmopolis as “a nice quiet place” unlike the rest of Bucharest. She has lived here for 6 years now, and...
The yearly photo festival Les Rencontres d’Arles has kicked off in style in the overheated town in the heart of Provence. With some 30+ exhibitions, talks, slideshows and rosé-infused night-long socializing among roman ruins and narrow alleys. The exhibitions hold a very high standard this year, and navigate on the ever more blurred line between...