Stefanie Moshammer

Save the date 06.10.2016


Special Selection

Works from the rich OstLicht holdings - from new discoveries to classics of photography, from Viennese avantgarde to Japanese provocateurs. Prices and further information here

OstLicht presents: Nobuyoshi Araki, Leica Gallery Vienna 

Nobuyoshi Araki (*1940 in Tokyo) undisputedly ranks among the most radical and influential photographers of our time. In his oeuvre he has been exceptionally productive and innovative and is regarded an important figure in current art sphere far beyond the area of photography. The 66 photographs of his series Love by Leica, now presented at Leica Gallery Vienna, form one of his most exciting bodies of work.

The Love by Leica series is joint by a selection of Araki’s large format colour prints from the project Flowers and Jamorinsky (2005–2006), a continuation to his previous works devoted to flower motifs. The photographs relate to fading blossoms, decay, nostalgia and poesy.

Please find the list of works here.

Nobuyoshi Araki, Love by Leica (2006)
Nobuyoshi Araki, from the series Flowers and Jamorinsky (2005-2006)

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09 - 11 September 2016

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Cora Pongracz. Das fotografische Werk

edited by Marie Röbl and Peter Coeln / Fotosammlung OstLicht

With texts by the editors and also Carola Dertnig, Silvia Eiblmayr, Felix de Mendelssohn, Cathrin Pichler, Cora Pongracz, Reinhard Priessnitz, Ferdinand Schmatz and Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, Vienna: Schlebrügge Editor, June 2016

German, 200 pages, 348 black & white images
22,3 x 29,7 cm, bound
€ 32,00

Available in the gallery or via our online bookshop.


Before They Pass Away was published 2013 as impressive photobook, which has sold more than 70.000 copies worldwide and was awarded with the Golden German Photobook Prize. The international bestseller is available as hardcover in two formats at the gallery or via email:

Large Hardcover Edition, signed
€ 178,- ONLY FEW LEFT!