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Mathias Depardon Interrupts His Hunger Strike

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PHOTO OF THE DAY
Annie Leibovitz, Photos tirées de la série Driving © Annie Leibovitz
Annie Leibovitz, Photos tirées de la série Driving © Annie Leibovitz

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Reflection on Irving Penn’s photographs: Cigarette No. 37, New York, 1972
30/05/2017 - united states , written by Thomas Persson & Maria Morris Hambourg

To mark the centenary of Irving Penn’s birth, The Metropolitan Museum of Art has open its doors in April to a major exhibition celebrating one of the foremost photographers of our time. With more than 200 prints on display (the majority a recent gift to the museum from

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Justyna Mielnikiewicz about The Smith Grant: “That grant is a milestone in my career”
29/05/2017 - united states , written by Lou Desiderio & W.M. Hunt

The W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography is now $35,000. It is presented annually in October to a photographer whose past work and proposed project, as judged by a panel of experts; it follows the tradition of W. Eugene Smith’s concerned photography [...]

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Reflection on Irving Penn’s photographs: Fishmonger, London, 1950
29/05/2017 - united states , written by Thomas Persson & Jeff L. Rosenheim

To mark the centenary of Irving Penn’s birth, The Metropolitan Museum of Art has open its doors in April to a major exhibition celebrating one of the foremost photographers of our time. With more than 200 prints on display [...]

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Reflection on Irving Penn’s photographs: After-Dinner Games, New York, 1947
23/05/2017 - united states , written by Thomas Persson & Jeff L. Rosenheim

To mark the centenary of Irving Penn’s birth, The Metropolitan Museum of Art has open its doors in April to a major exhibition celebrating one of the foremost photographers of our time. With more than 200 prints on display (the majority a recent gift to the museum from The Irving Penn Foundation), the retrospective is the most substantial to date and explores every period in Penn’s prolific 70-year long career.

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Flor Garduño: “I use the body to tell stories, to recreate myths and personal dreams”
A series by Holden Luntz Gallery
22/05/2017 - united states , written by Sara Tasini

Flor Garduño was born in Mexico City in 1957, later moving at the age of five to a rural hacienda where she lived in close contact with animals and nature. Garduño began studying visual arts at the Academy of San Carlos (UNAM) in 1978 where she became particularly interested on structural aspects of form and space.

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Reflection on Irving Penn’s photographs: Nude No. 72, New York, 1949-50
22/05/2017 - united states , written by Thomas Persson & Maria Morris Hambourg

Today, we present the third part of this series with words on Nude No. 72, New York, 1949-50.

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Reflection on Irving Penn’s photographs: Tribesman with nose disc, New Guinea, 1970
16/05/2017 - united states , written by Thomas Persson & Jeff L. Rosenheim

To mark the centenary of Irving Penn’s birth, The Metropolitan Museum of Art has open its doors in April to a major exhibition celebrating one of the foremost photographers of our time. With more than 200 prints on display [...]

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Tim Walker : « It’s always life and imagination that wins »
12/05/2017 - france , written by Cathy Rémy

Succeeding Peter Knapp, William Klein, and even Erwin Blumenfeld, Tim Walker is being spotlighted at Villa Noailles, in Hyères, where he is presenting The Mirror, a series made over the past four years. Specially conceived for the Festival of Fashion and Photography, the exhibition beckons the iconic Jean Cocteau and gives the British photographer a framework to match his flamboyant imagination.

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Mathieu Pernot at the Archives Nationales, Paris
11/05/2017 - france , written by Anne-Claire Meffre

For the festival Mois de la Photo du Grand Paris, the Archives Nationales invited Mathieu Pernot to take over the Lapie collection. The collection, acquired by the Archives in 1972, includes, among others, thousands of postcards of ariel views taken from airplanes over Metropolitan France during the 1950s and 60s.

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Marjolein van der Klaauw: “A smile can often be enough to break the ice”
10/05/2017 - united states , written by Hallie Neely

Marjolein van der Klaauw is a documentary and travel photographer based in London. Her work represents a visual diary of everyday life in all its diversity. With the camera as her instrument, she simply captures her interest in the world we are living in.

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