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The new Eye of Photography is coming soon!

Dear readers,   We are very pleased to offer you very soon the new website of The Eye of Photograp...

Gösta Peterson, Subtile Fashion Photography, Has Died.

Swedish photographer Gösta Peterson passed away on Friday 30 July at the age of 94. He was a remark...

Christie’s To Sell 400 Photographs From MoMA

The Museum of Modern Art and the New York branch of Christie’s have announced the sale of 400 ...
PHOTO OF THE DAY
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

Started in 1985 under soviet regime, and still partially incomplete, the massive monument overlooks the caucasian city of Tbilisi. Composed of 30 meter tall columns, the georgian “stonehenge” features the stories of ancient queens, heroes and kings of the kingdom of sakartvelo while the bottom panels depict episodes from the life of the Christ.

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PHOTOGRAPHER
Hélène Veilleux

Hélène Veilleux is a French photographer based in Lyon.

Exhibition
Arles OFF 2015 : Hélène Veilleux, 38e parallèle nord

We featured this series in May 2014 for our “The Eye of Readers” weekend section. This year in Arles, La Galerie Fontaine Obscure, based in Aix-en-Provence, as part of the OFF program, will exhibit Hélène Veilleux’s series 38e parallèle nord...

Portfolios of readers
Hélène Veilleux
38th parallel north

I am a tourist, forehead pressed against the bus window, eyes wide open to capture every inch of the city. Clinging to my camera, accumulating postcards’s images with the secret hope of finally confront the reality of this city nestled beyond the 38th parallel north wi...

Portfolios of readers
Hélène Veilleux
Buzludzha

Hanging clouds of Shipka Pass in the silence of the mountain, the site of Buzludzha deserves its nickname of the « Bulgarian UFO ». First, there is this unique architecture designed by the architect Gueorguy Stoilov, a weird « flying saucer » made of ...