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In the collection of ...Louis Blanc, the right to work
Louis Blanc (1811-1882) was a French politician and historian. A socialist that favored reforms, he called for the creation of procedure cooperatives in order to guarantee employment for the city poor.
Cinema & PhotographySandro Miller: John Malkovich, David Lynch and Plato
When you look at the collaborative work of American photographer Sandro Miller and actor John Malkovich you can see immediately that these two click. This unique partnership and sharing of inspired energy culminates in work that truly surprises not only in its grandeur, but also in the depth of its creation.
CollectionArthur Rimbaud, poet and photographer
The Arthur Rimbaud Museum in Charleville-Mézières houses treasures that afford a glimpse of a lesser known side of Arthur Rimbaud: of course a poet, traveler, adventurer, smuggler, he was also a photographer.
CollectionStarting a Collection. Ten Exhibitions in Ten Weeks 1/10
James Hyman Photography
In the 1850s, in the years after the invention of photography, the great early pioneers produced some of the medium’s masterpieces. First anticipating and then running along Impressionist painting, this engagement with the monuments, landscapes and people of France included exquisite salt prints and beautiful albumen prints.
Cinema & PhotographyPatrick De Warren, Untold
With Roxanne Lowit
Untold is a short Art & fashion cinematic essay filmed in New york underground scene by Patrick de Warren, featuring the amazing photographer Roxanne Lowit navigating into the New York underground Night life.
Cinema & PhotographyRobert Doisneau, Rebel of the marvelousRobert Doisneau, Rebel of the marvelous
A film on ARTE
This Sunday, October 23, 2016, at 10:50PM, French-German channel ARTE broadcasts Robert Doisneau, Rebel of the marvelous, by Clementine Deroudille. From unpublished archives, this film written and directed by the granddaughter of the photographer presents an intimate portrait of the man and the artist who happily mingled his family life and work to build an exemplary work.This Sunday, October 23, 2016, at 10:50PM, French-German channel ARTE broadcasts Robert Doisneau, Rebel of the marvelous, by Clementine Deroudille. From unpublished archives, this film written and directed by the granddaughter of the photographer presents an intimate portrait of the man and the artist who happily mingled his family life and work to build an exemplary work.
Cinema & PhotographyA stellar movie: SMITH, In Somnis (Cosmic Junkies)
Arles, the nights of Les Rencontres de la Photographie in 2016. A strange sleeping virus is transmitted to residents and visitors of the city by creatures similar to mosquitoes, which may be hybrids from elsewhere. Eyes closed, sleepwalkers improvised celestial attractions, and inhabitants stroll, outlining a night mapping the city. A mysterious being escapes the contamination.
CollectionInside Peter Hay Halpert’s photo collection
In 1987, I attended the Whitney Biennial. I was so taken with the salon-style installation of Bruce Weber’s photographs that I went back to see the exhibition three more times. After my last visit, I decided I wanted to own some of his pictures so I could live with them every day. Those were the first photographs I bought, and I still love looking at them.