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Steve Schapiro, Martin Luther King Jr. (with Flag), Selma March, 1965 © Steve Schapiro & Fahey/Klein Gallery
Steve Schapiro, Martin Luther King Jr. (with Flag), Selma March, 1965 © Steve Schapiro & Fahey/Klein Gallery

The new version of The Eye of Photography website includes a brand new feature: “The Eye of the Galleries “, which will provide 360° virtual exhibition visits. We are launching this new gallery today with the winners of Carte Blanche PMU contest and the chance to rediscover Thierry Fontaine’s exhibition, which recently came to a close at the Centre Pompidou, together with the work of the five previous winners: Léa Habourdin and Thibaut Brunet (2014), Kourtney Roy (2013), Olivier Cablat (2012), Mohamed Bourouissa (2011) and Malik Nejmi (2010).

Access to the virtual gallery.

Thierry Fontaine’s photographs produced as part of Carte blanche PMU can also be seen from 12 to 15 November 2015 at the Galerie des Filles du Calvaire stand at the Paris Photo Show.

We would like to thank Françoise Vogt, head of cultural sponsorship at PMU, Abvent, our new patron and Stéphane Desmulie, designer at Abvent, for their readiness to help put together this first gallery.

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Rencontre avec Thierry Fontaine, lauréat Carte blanche PMU 2015

Thierry Fontaine was awarded the Carte Blanche PMU 2015 this past March. Since then, he has been putting the finishing touches on his photo series Le prix du rêve, la terre promise (“The price of the dream, the promised land”). The work will be exhibited at the ...

La Carte Blanche PMU at Le BAL Celebrates Five Years

With the fifth exhibition of the Carte Blanche PMU opening at Le Bal in Paris with Léa Harboudin and Thibault Brunet’s Les immobiles (2014 edition), the PMU wanted to pay tribute to the Carte Blanche by exhibiting the photographs of past winners.

La Carte blanche PMU at Le BAL: Les Immobiles by Léa Habourdin and Thibault Brunet, and the 5th Anniversary of the Prize

Léa Haubourdin and Thibault Brunet’s Les Immobiles sounds like a proposition in the most generous sense of the term. First, through a desire to leave behind the overused paradigms of today, which could not exist outside of an iconography devoted to games and gam...

Le BAL: Kourtney Roy, Winner
of the Carte Blanche PMU 2013

In 2010, PMU (Paris Mutuel Urbain) established a photography grant, Carte Blanche, worth 20,000 euros. Malik Nejmi was the first recipient, followed by Mohamed Bourouissa, Olivier Cablat and, most recently, Kourtney Roy in 2013, with her series of self-portraits taken in the...

Anna Malagrida, winner of 2016 Carte blanche PMU

The 2016 edition of the “Carte blanche PMU” has been awarded to the Spanish photographer, originally from Barcelona, Anna Malagrida. The jury met on 20th January to choose the seventh winner from a short list of 6 artists: Grégoire Eloy, Anna Malagrida, Olivier Menanteau, Au...