Anton Roland Laub, born and grown in Bucharest, lives and works in Berlin. After graduating in Media and Communication Science at the University of Bucharest, he moved to Germany where he studied at the New School for Photography and the Weissensee Art Academy in Berlin. Bucharest’s recent history – seen particularly through the prism of urbanism – as well as the stigmata of Ceaușescu’s dictatorship are one of his main focuses as a photographer. In 2017, with the work “Mobile Churches”, he was shortlisted for the Dummy Book Award at the International Photography Festival Les Rencontres d’Arles and at the Unseen Photography Festival in Amsterdam. The photo book contains 2 essays and 59 illustrations and was published as a trilingual edition (En/De/Fr) by Kehrer Verlag. In 2018, the photo series "Mobile Churches" has been shortlisted for the New Discovery Award at Les Rencontres de la photographie in Arles and will be on display from July 2nd until September 23rd.