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Journalists in Syria honored by the 78th Overseas Press Club Awards

Tomorrow will be given grand dinner by the Overseas Press Club Awards for their 78th edition winners...

Dread Scott’s Discussion on Making America Great at ICP

The ICP school is hosting tonight a conversation between artist Dread Scott and photographer Accra...

Profession Photographie Invites French-Laboratory Picto

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


Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher, rituals practices in Africa
A series by Holden Luntz Gallery
21/04/2017 - united states , written by Sara Tasini

Over 30 years ago, Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher met in Kenya. Since then, these friends have been traveling, exploring, and photographing Africa in an attempt to capture the beauty of the continent’s indigenous people and cultures.

Hayley Eichenbaum, The Mother Road Series
20/04/2017 - united states , written by Hallie Neely

Hayley Eichenbaum is a young, determined, visual artist raised in Milwaukee and now resides in Los Angeles. She started her art career with degrees in studio art and illustration before she discovered her niche with photography.

The deceased of Heide Hatry 
18/04/2017 - United states , written by Hallie Neely

Heide Hatry (born 1965) is German neo-conceptual artist based in New York. Her work, often either body-related or employing animal flesh and organs, has aroused controversy and has been considered horrific, repulsive or sensationalist by some critics, while others have hailed her as an "imaginative provocateur".

Paulette Tavormina: “In my photographs, each element has its own allegory”
A series by Holden Luntz Gallery
07/04/2017 - united states , written by Sara Tasini

Paulette Tavormina was born in 1949 in Rockville Centre, New York. She is largely a self-taught photographer well known for her work creating painterly still life photographs. Tavormina’s initial interest in the medium stemmed her time in the 1980s working on corporate advertising campaigns researching, creating, and styling props for photographs.

Marion and Philippe Jacquier: “It’s all about the eye…”
03/04/2017 - france , written by Aleth Mandula

Interview with Marion and Philippe Jacquier, founders of the Galerie Lumière des Roses in Paris, specializing in anonymous photographs.

Petra Collins: “The condition of the female artist can be a taboo”
27/03/2017 - united states , written by Natasha Zedan

In support of Women’s History Month, The Eye of Photography proposes to discover this interview with Canadian artist Petra Collins, a curator, actor, director and photographer from Toronto.

Clive Arrowsmith: “If I weren’t a photographer, I would be a Buddhist Monk”
A series by Holden Luntz Gallery
24/03/2017 - United states , written by Sara Tasini

Clive Arrowsmith is a London based photographer. After leaving art school where he studied painting and design, he began taking photographs while working as a graphic designer for television. Leaving television to work as a photographer, he soon gained commissions in the 1970s from leading fashion magazines, most notably covers for British & French Vogue, Harper’s, The Sunday Times, Vanity Fair, and Esquire.

Charlotte Cotton: “The self-reflexivity of contemporary art photography is a necessary”
21/03/2017 - united states , written by Andrea Blanch

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.

Latoya Ruby Frazier: “My source of strength? Faith, Hope, and Love”
20/03/2017 - united states , written by Andrea Blanch

In support of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, The Eye of Photography proposes to rediscover this interview with American photographer LaToya Ruby Frazier, from the Women issue of the american Musée Magazine published in November 2015.

Joaquim Paiva: “Collecting is an act of creation”
14/03/2017 - Brasil , written by Elsa Leydier

In an interview with The Eye of Photography, Joaquim Paiva, Brazilian photographer and major photography collector, revisits the little-known roles and achievements of a speciality.


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