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Editorials“Stand together”: send us your pictures of tolerance
A few days ago, we received an email from Jacques Revon, a wonderful character and humanist photographer. He wrote: “Dear Jean-Jacques. At a time when intolerance is gaining ground, I would simply like to invite you to take a moment and look at these pictures of a peaceful family I had the good fortune of encountering and who obligingly agreed to pose for my Rolleiflex.
EventPhilip Trager, Ina
In Photographing Ina, Philip Trager, a black-and-white lover, embraces color for the first time. His images are as much about the act of photographing, perception, color and light, as they are about his subject, his wife Ina, whose presence is a constant and unifying motif.
EventBen Murphy, The Riverbed
The Riverbed, an exhibition by Ben Murphy focuses on the architecture and habitats of counter-cultural communities living in a remote mountainous area of south east Spain. The exhibition, which runs from 18 – 31 March and 19 April – 27 May 2017 at the Architectural Association Gallery in London, features 21 analogue prints and is accompanied by a new limited edition book.
EventGolden State, a photographic experience in California
California is not just another state. Already by 1888, when Lord James Bryce devoted a chapter of his landmark, two-volume study American Commonwealth to California, he recognized that "it is in many respects the most striking in the whole Union, and has more than any other the character of a great country, capable of standing alone in the world.”
EventYohann Gozard, Back to Mulholland Drive
In September 2016, I read a text in which Nicolas Bourriaud voiced the intuition that David Lynch’s universe had had a profound impact on contemporary art, to the point of giving rise to a new tendency among artists of the past decade, which he termed “fantastic minimalism.”
EventDelphine Blast, Quinceañera : Celebrating their fifteenth birthday in Colombia
The “Quinceañera” or “Fifteenth Birthday Party” is a traditional celebration in Latin America and marks the transition from being a child to being a young woman for girls who are celebrating their fifteenth birthday. A real social phenomenon in Colombia, this tradition is a significant event in the life of young Colombian girl and has powerful social and emotional symbolism.
EventCharlotte Cotton: “The self-reflexivity of contemporary art photography is a necessary”
Charlotte Cotton is an independent curator of and writer about photography. She has held numerous positions including Head of the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Head of Programming at The Photographers' Gallery, London, or recently Curator in Residence for International Center of Photography’s new museum and events space, 250 Bowery, in New York.
EventItaly by Magnum , from Henri Cartier-Bresson to Paolo Pellegrin
For L’Italia di Magnum. Da Henri Cartier-Bresson a Paolo Pellegrin, an exhibition currently on view at CAMERA – Centro Italiano per la Fotografia, in Torino, twenty photographers have been called upon to recount events, great and small, through Italian figures and localities from the post-war years right up to the present day, in a blend of famous and less familiar photographs, of places known throughout the world and of ordinary citizens who make up the social and visual fabric of Italia.
EventClaude Cahun and Gillian Wearing: Kindred Spirits
Chiming with worldwide celebrations of Women’s History Month, last week London’s National Portrait Gallery opened Behind a mask, another mask, an exhibition dedicated to the work of female artists Claude Cahun and Gillian Wearing.
EventJustes solidaires: A photojournalism project spotlighting citizens helping one another
From January 12 to March 11, Bertrand Gaudillère and Catherine Monnet’s project was exhibited at the public library in the First Arrondissement in Lyon.