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Bibliography

2016

Kenneth Goldsmith "The Immaterial Turns of Baumeister Jung" (review), on Artorial

Jorinde Croese "melitta baumeister discusses her lvmh prize nomination" (interview) on i-D Magazine (March 3), on i-D Magazine

2015

Bailey Spencer "Avant Guardian Awards" (review) on Surface Magazine (October 1), excerpt on SVA

Drake, Olivia: "in love and war with designer melitta baumeister and photographer paul jung" (interview), on iD magazine (January 13)

Fulleylove, Rebecca "Obscure and minimal fashion photography from New York based Paul Jung" (review) on It's Nice That (August 4)

Jungbauer, Jessica: "Minimal Fashion Photography" (review) on Ignant (July 21)

Ladwig, Christina: "Suit Yourself" (interview) in The Creator Class (January 19), The Creator Class January video

McBriety, Grace: "Feature — Paul Jung" on Pitch Present (January)

Ojo-Felix, Irene: "Well Suited" (review) on Models.com (March 12)

"Photography by Paul Jung" (review) on Inspiration Now(August 2)

2014

Barenbrug, Carl MH: "Inside Instagram: Paul Jung" on Minimalissimo (February 25)

Bryant, Austin: "Photography: Paul Jung" (interview), on Need Supply (October 19)

Loechner, Erin: "Less, Plus More" (review), on Design for Mankind (August 18)

McBriety, Grace: "Paul Jung" on Pitch (April)

Mróz, Monika: "Melitta Baumeister makes sculpture into clothing" (review) in This is Paper (August 19)

Verhoveven, Ilanka: "Paul Jung | A Visual Journey" (interview), on Metal Magazine (May 27)

2013

Firchow, Mortiz: "Paul Jung" (review), on Arcademi (June 17)

"Spotlight on Paul Jung" (review) on CFDA (April 3)

Wolff, Caroline: "One to Watch: Paul Jung" (review) in W Magazine (March)






Books

Material Turn. Paul Jung on Melitta Baumeister, 2016


Material Turn is an exercise performed by Melitta Baumeister and Paul Jung. In it, the two visual practitioners solidify a moment in time: one by casting a volume-garment out of an otherwise fixed material, and the other by consolidating the act of wearing it. The book explores the relationships that exist between the two bodies, and the way touch and sight may alter the reader’s perception of an object’s qualities. Foreword by Hanna Laura Kaljo, scattered across the book in 5 inserts Soft-bound with transparent plastic sleeve 24 × 32 cm. / 9.4 × 12.6 inches

Edition of 750

ISBN 978-90-825050-1-6

Memory Form, 2015


A documentation of poetry of memories and body forms. 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches

ISBN 978-1364991135



CV

Humane Society of New York's Fifth Fine Art PHotography Benefit Auction in partnership with Aperture Foundation, 2018

PDN Winner, 2016

Material Turn, Artorial, 2016

Selected for American Photography 32, 2016

Dear Dave. Week: Approaching 20 issues in print. Foley Gallery New York, 2015

Creative Review Photography Annual, 2015

Surface Magazine Avant Guardian Award, 2015

American Photographic Artist,
Best of Show, 2014

Dot Independent Film Festival,
Best Cinematography, 2013

Dot Independent Film Festival,
Best editor, 2013



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