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Profession Photographie Invites French-Laboratory Picto

The French-based association Profession Photographie invites this Wednesday April 26th the Parisian...

Conversation on Chinese Photography performance at Walther Collection

 The Walther Collection Project Space (New York) organizes this Saturday a discussion between curat...

Work In Progress, A Talk on Visual Queer Culture Today at ICP

As part of the Perpetual Revolution’s exhibition, the International Center of Photography (ICP...
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Photographe anonyme. Un Picasso à tomber par terre.
Allemagne, 1955. Tirage argentique d'époque légèrement rehaussé. 21,3 x 16,2 cm
Photographe anonyme. Un Picasso à tomber par terre. Allemagne, 1955. Tirage argentique d'époque légèrement rehaussé. 21,3 x 16,2 cm

“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