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Behind the scenes : Fall in Deep by Elsa & Johanna

The duo of photographers Elsa Parra & Johanna Benaïnous have recently produced the videoclip F...

David Hurn gives his collection to National Museum of Wales

The Magnum Photos photographer has given his wonderful collection of his 1,500 personal prints and...

Photojournalist Mathias Depardon began a hunger strike

French Photojournalist Mathias Depardon started a hunger strike on May 21th. He was arrested on May...
Portrait of Stanley Greene, Paris, 1994 © Bernard Plossu
Portrait of Stanley Greene, Paris, 1994 © Bernard Plossu

Sarah Moon revisits the great stories of the imagination in films that are at once sensitive, light, sweet and acidic. The photographs on display at the Petit Chaperon enter into dialogue with their animated versions.

Le Petit Chaperon noir
Sarah Moon
From June 14th to September 1st, 2013
Centre Culturel Valery-Larbaud
15, rue Maréchal Foch
03200 Vichy

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Métamorphose by Sarah Moon published by Actes Sud and Hermès

To celebrate “Metamorphosis,” the theme selected this year by the Maison du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré, the publishing house Actes Sud and Hermès are releasing a new work that resembles a book of spells or fairy tales, featuring photographs by photographer an...

Regardez voir : Sarah Moon
on France Inter

Every week, L’Oeil will present you with an episode of Regardez voir, produced by Brigitte Patient on France Inter. For the first episode, a look back at an interview with Sarah Moon. With the association 100 Voix, Moon helped support a photo project giving voice to ma...

Sarah Moon, Now and Then by Kehrer Verlag

Now and Then is a retrospective catalog of the oeuvre of photographer Sarah Moon with a focus on her film works. After working in Paris as a model for several years, Sarah Moon took up photography in 1968. In these years, she adopted the artist’s name Sarah Moon.

Hambourg : Sarah Moon, Now and Then

For the first time ever the oeuvre of the french photographer Sarah Moon is presented as a retrospective in the House of Photography at the Deichtorhallen through February 21, 2016. Some 350 photographs and five films allow visitors to immerse themselves in Sarah Moon’s world.