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Call for applications: First Brittany Grand Prize of Photography

The French region of Brittany launches its first photographic contest. Open to “professional p...

Galleries: MIA Photo Fair 2018 Opens Application

The eighteenth edition of the MIA Photo Fair will be held from 9 to 12 March 2018 in Milan. The fair...

Bieke Depoorter Wins Levallois Prize 2017

The Levallois 2017 Prize for young international photography has been been given to the Belgian pho...
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Joe Shore, Marilyn Monroe (In shorts), 1952 © Joe Shore and Fahey/Klein Gallery, LA
Joe Shore, Marilyn Monroe (In shorts), 1952 © Joe Shore and Fahey/Klein Gallery, LA

The constant requiremnt for the finest quality has always been the quest of Hermès. Since its establishment in 1837, six generations of enterprising and passionate artisans have contributed to spreading its values: a savoir fair built on the application of highly precise and skilled crafts to the finest material s, the love for beautiful objects created to last over time and the spirit of constant innovation. A family owned company, Hermès is managed by Chief Executive Officer, Axel Dumas, a member of the sixth generation of the family. The artistic direction is led by Pierre-Alexis Dumas, also a member of the sixth generation.

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David Luraschi, The Daily Life of Hermès on Instagram

Hermès has an innovative initiative commissioning photographers to take over its Instagram account. The first to have played along last year is David Luraschi, who received more than 41,000 likes on one of his images.

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Hermès by nature
Interview with Victoria Marenzi & Yoshihiko Ueda

After warm Florida light with photographer Harry Gruyart (Magnum) in 2015, the new campaign for Hermès Printemps/Summer 2016 is extending into the virgin wilderness of Australia with Japanese photographer Yoshihiko Ueda. It’s a “grandeur nature” call (the year’s theme) ...

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Paris : The Saut Hermès at the Grand Palais

In 2010, Hermès created the Saut Hermès at the Grand Palais, a CSI 5* level show-jumping competition, and thus restored a place for the horse, its first client, in the heart of Paris. From this desire, driven by many years of equitation experience, was born a high-level sporti...