f100: Pepa Hristova, Bernhard Fuchs, Daria Tuminas, Christopher Colville

© Pepa Hristova, The Club, Ribnovo, Bulgaria, 2006

fototozo has asked a group of 50 curators, gallery owners, blog writers, photographers, academics and others actively engaged in photography to pick two photographers that deserve (more) recognition - the underknown, the under-respected as well as not-appreciated-enough favorites. A little more information on the project is available in the first post in the series here.

Today we continue the series with responses from Daniel Augschoell and Larissa Leclair.

We began the series with responses from Nicholas NixonMatt JohnstonBlake AndrewsJohn Edwin MasonAline SmithsonColin PantallMichael WernerLiza FetissovaLaurence Salzmann, Bryan Formhals, Richard Mosse, Shane Lavalette, Amy Stein, Amani Willett, Wayne FordS. Billie MandleLeslie K. BrownGordon StettiniusMarc Feustel, Hin Chua and Adriana Rios Monsalve.

RespondentDaniel Augschoell is a photographer and the co-editor of Ahorn Magazine. He has had his photographs published in numerous online and print publications and shown his work in exhibitions internationally. He lives and works in Berlin.

Selections: Pepa Hristova and Bernhard Fuchs

© Bernhard Fuchs, Junger Mann bei Autoreparatur, St. Stefan am Walde, 1997

RespondentLarissa Leclair is the founder of the Indie Photobook Library, a physical archive that collects and showcases self-published and indie published photobooks. Pop-up exhibitions of photobooks from the iPL collection have been part of the Flash Forward Festival in Toronto, Photolucida, the New York Photo Festival, and Review Santa Fe among other photography festivals and reviews. The first feature-length photobook exhibition drawn from the archive will open in September 2011 at the Photographic Resource Center in Boston. She has contributed to photo-eye's Best Books annual survey, was invited to nominate a title for the 4th International Photobook Festival Photobook Award in Kassel, Germany and is a judge for the Photography Book Now 2011 competition sponsored by Blurb. As an independent curator, she most recently co-curated the exhibition "100 Portraits - 100 Photographers: Selections from the Flak Photo Archive" with Andy Adams which is touring globally during 2011. She has served as a reviewer for Critical Mass, as a juror for the Magenta Foundation Flash Forward 2011 and as an Advisory Board member and Chair of the FotoBooks Committee for FotoWeek DC.

© Daria Tuminas, from the series "Ivan and the Moon"

Selections: Daria Tuminas and Christopher Colville

© Christopher Colville, from the series "Instar"