Interview / Review
31 Mai 2018

Interview

LODOWN
“These pictures have a memento mori aspect to them, they are stunning reminders of the fact that life is way more uncertain, weird, and inscrutable than we might think.”

FRAGMENTE
“Die Unumgänglichkeit der Vergänglichkeit.”

PAPER JOURNAL
“It’s his illusive nature that first caught my eye when I discovered his book, Allerseelen, and I have since been filled with a number of questions regarding the artist’s methods and personal journey. After years of pondering his work, Binder was kind enough to talk with me about his artistic path, his interest in photobooks, and travels to Southern Europe to work on his most current project, Das Innere.”

VICE
“Binder says dreams and nightmares are the same thing, it depends how you read them. Since he was curated into a portrait series by Tim Barber, he has premiered his new series at Lookout Gallery in Warsaw, launched a scarf line, and talked to us about visiting the Phlegraean Fields, which was once believed to be the gateway of the underworld.”

A COURSE IN DYING
“When you are hanging out in the woods you are constantly confronted with life and death. It’s a continuous mix of evolution and decay that keeps the forest alive.”

DAZED
“Embracing all things dark and sinister, the German photographer speaks to Dazed about symbolism, skulls and supermodels.”

LOMOGRAPHY
“Master of the Macabre.”

Review

ASX American Suburb X 
“Glass Delusion and the Prism of Photographic Mysticism.”

SMBHMag
“Love’s Damnation.”

Humble Arts Foundation
“Alexander Binder’s Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.”