Photograph by the artists

Werker 3 – Domestic Worker Photographer Network

Werker Magazine  
Presentation of political kitchen calendar prototype (to be published next year) and various other works; event

Werker Magazine (based in Amsterdam) is a contextual publication about photography and labour initiated by MarcRoig Blesa (1981, Madrid) and Rogier Delfos (1981, Amsterdam). This collaborative project inquires into the possibility of formulating a contemporary representation of work. It asks such questionsas: “In which forms does work appear in post-fordist society? ”and“ What representations of labor are being produced nowa days?”. To analyse this, Werker Magazine is building an international community of contributors, the so-called Domestic Worker Photographers Network. For the occasion of GDR GOES ON at The City of Women Festival, Werker Magazine presents this on going project, and you can contribute! For more information, visit

To date, Werker Magazinehas been produced and/or distributed in venuesincluding: Tate Modern, The Showroom, London, 2013; Scapegoat Journal, Toronto,2012; Matadero Madrid, Madrid, 2012; Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam, 2012; Espai Cultural Caja Madrid, Barcelona, 2012; NY Art Book Fair, New York, 2012; La Virreina Centre de la Imatge, Barcelona, 2011; Casco - Officefor Art Design and Theory, Utrecht, 2011; Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, Amsterdam, 2011; Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, 2009; and Contemporary Art Screen Zuidas, Amsterdam, 2009.

NB: On Saturday 5 October, Werker Magazine will host the 4th edition of their ongoing collective image critique Bilderkritik.

Organization: City of Women; In collaboration with: Squat Exercise Collective, Revolting Women Social Workers, Azil Bookshop.
Supported by: EU Culture.


Date and time of event: 
Oct 04th - Oct 21st
Place of event: 
Breg 22, Azil Bookshop
Opening time: Breg 22: / 12am – 8pm (Tuesday – Sunday) / Azil Bookshop:10am – 8pm (Monday – Friday)
Date and time of event: 
Oct 04th 19:00
Place of event: 
Breg 22, Azil Bookshop
Exhibition opening