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MoMA announces the first U.S. exhibition to encompass photographer Stephen Shore’s entire career

The Museum of Modern Art announced Stephen Shore, the first U.S. survey to encompass the entirety of...

Laurent Henrion, Picto Prize for Young Fashion Photography recipient, exhibited in Paris

A selection of photographs by Laurent Henrion with which he was awarded the Picto Prize for Young Fa...

13th Photographic Festival of Brest: Rain of images

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Le commandant Charcot en 1908 © Maurice-Louis Branger - Roger-Viollet
Le commandant Charcot en 1908 © Maurice-Louis Branger - Roger-Viollet

“The face is what forbids us to kill” – Emmanuel Levinas

It is said that diversity is wealth, I just show it as Confucius said: “A picture is worth a thousand words”. I bet that showing it in its simple beauty, we will find it beautiful. Ethics arises from aesthetic emotion. ‘Cergy’s faces’ is a cry against any kind of attacks to human being beauty.

By showing an accumulation of faces, we can only be astonished by the world creativity that these human landscapes reveal with sole ingredients, two eyes, a mouth, a nose and two ears.

Jean-Pierre Duvergé