"A triumph from large-format photography and
literature magazine Der Greif"
(, London)


Der Greif Magazine

Robert Rutoed's work is featured in renowned large format magazine Der Greif, Issue #6.

Der Greif is a project for contemporary photography and literature with a focus on photography. It addresses itself to people with an affinity for image and text.

Der Greif is a print-magazine, online-platform, curatorial team and joint project for and with photographers and authors from all over the world.

The artistic core and root of the project is the printed and ad-free magazine.
It shows the works of photographers and authors of different origins in a holistic piece of art.

The website is an exhibition-, communication-, and information-platform for participants and anyone interested. It contains information about the magazine, published artists and supporters, an online-shop, as well as a blog. Participating artists are presented in artist-features and have the opportunity to post on the blog.

Der Greif #6 will be presented at one of the following three events:
November 10, 6 p.m.: Pavlov's Dog, Berlin (facebook event)
November 16, 7 p.m.: Orangerie, Augsburg (facebook event)
November 17, 8.30 p.m.: Das Kong, Munich (facebook event)

Right Time Right Place

Being at the right place at the right time is usually associated with happiness and success. But what happens when we are at the right place at the wrong time? Do we even know that this is the right place? And what if it turns out that it is the wrong place after all? But the right time! Whoever loses his orientation over this thought will get a feeling for Robert Rutöd’s latest pictures. The Vienna-born photographer wandered for five years through Europe and has proven to be a keen observer with an often tragicomic view ...

Der Greif Magazine
Making Of Der Greif #6 (vimeo)
Right Time Right Place

Image (left) from the series:
Right Time Right Place

"Der Greif funktioniert, weil er Fotografie wieder auf das Maß menschlicher Größe hievt ... Das Durchblättern des Magazins, mit seinem großen, matten, rauen Papier ist ein haptischer Genuss. Das ist selten geworden. Das macht das Magazin so besonders." (Karl Schönswetter,


The magazine is produced in large format (24,5 x 34,5 cm) and has a limited print run of 2000 copies, each numbered. Since its creation, interest and attention, as well as circulation have grown steadily. For the fifth, most recent issue, around 900 photographers and authors from 50 countries submitted over 5000 works. Der Greif is amongst othors available at Printed Matter in New York, at Deichtorhallen in Hamburg, at DoYouReadMe? in Berlin, as well as at Buchhandlung Walther König in Cologne and in the Museumsquartier in Vienna.



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