In short

Ren Hang, Chinese erotic photographer, commits suicide

Le photographe chinois Ren Hang, né en 1987, s’est suicidé ce 24 février 2017.

Conversation with the owners of the Lumière des Roses’ gallery

Since 2004, Marion and Philippe Jacquier exhibit and sell "icons of anonymous photography" in their ...

Book Signing with Manfred Heiting on Saturday, Feb 25th in LA

Photographer Manfred Heiting will be signing his new book entitled The Soviet Photobook this Saturd...
© Ryan McGinley, Dash (Manhattan Bridge)
© Ryan McGinley, Dash (Manhattan Bridge)


Sam Ivin and his Persistent Ghosts at Circulation(s) Festival
20/02/2017 - france , written by Sophie Bernard

A graduate of the University of Wales in documentary photography, Sam Ivin was born in 1992 in London. His Lingering Ghosts series deals with the notion of identity loss of migrants who transit through immigration centers in England before obtaining papers to work and travel.

Beirut Photomed 2017: The sea, the night
15/02/2017 - Lebanon , written by Guillaume de Sardes

Exported from its French hometown of Sanary-Sur-Mer, the Photomed festival took place this year in Beirut, Lebanon. The Eye of Photography presents today its main exhibitions.

Beirut Photomed 2017: Giulio Rimondi, Beirut by Night
15/02/2017 - lebanon , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Beirut is not—or rather is no longer—a beautiful city. Not, at least, in the way one might say that Paris or Rome are beautiful. Even people fascinated by the Lebanese capital bemoan its destruction, first by the war, then by unbridled redevelopment in the neighborhoods that made it so charming until the 1970s.

Beirut Photomed 2017: Nick Hannes, Fake Sirens and Real Shipwrecks
15/02/2017 - lebanon , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Ulysses once took a long trip through the Mediterranean. From 2010 to 2014, Nick Hannes followed in his wake. Instead of sirens, he only met silicone-stuffed bimbos with fake eyelashes and heartshaped red plastic pasties. The age of heroic navigation is long gone.

Beirut Photomed 2017 : Clara Abi Nader, Driving the car
15/02/2017 - Lebanon , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

There are those days when driving is vital to me. It’s almost a liberation. Time to drive around to the roundabout, to the bridge, windows open, arms dangling, before you go back, returning to reality.

Beirut Photomed 2017: Lara Tabet, Reeds
15/02/2017 - lebanon , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Lebanese artist Lara Tabet trained at the International Center of Photography in New York and follows in the footsteps of photographers focusing on the body, sexuality, and marginality. Her series entitled Roseaux, created in Beirut in 2012 with Michelle Daher as her guide, echoes the series Kohei Yoshiyuki made in Tokyo in 1973 entitled The Park.

227th Edition of the Salon des Artistes Français
13/02/2017 - france , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

February 15-19, 2017, the Salon des Artistes Français is unveiling, as part of Art Capital, the calendar of major Paris art events in 2017. The Salon des Artistes Français gathers more that 600 contemporary artists under the Grand Palais’ glass roof and explores French cultural heritage all while welcoming emerging artists.

Photofairs San Francisco, What is Photography Now?
13/02/2017 - United states , written by Andy Romanoff

Stepping through the doors of the Fort Mason Festival Pavilion late Thursday afternoon the first thing I see is the light. The building is large, open and lofty with skylights and giant windows that run the length of the building and provide soft fill light everywhere.

Haute Photographie, photo fair in Rotterdam
06/02/2017 - Netherlands , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

The first edition of Haute Photographie opens this Wednesday at Rotterdam’s LP2 in Las Palmas. Haute Photographie, a photography fair with a particular concept, takes a museum-quality group exhibition as its starting point, bringing together a select group of international galleries.

Classic Photographs Los Angeles : Mmm, mmm, good
03/02/2017 - united states , written by W.M Hunt

Classic Photographs Los Angeles is the comfort food of photography fairs: warm and satisfying, a kinder, gentler throwback to the hotel fairs of the early 1980’s. The Unseen Eye was there to get out of New York and to take a look, do a walkthrough and book signing. He had a yummy time.


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