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Athens Photo Festival calls for entries

Athens Photo Festival, which will take place in the Greek capital from June 7 to  July30 just open...

Les Rencontres d’Arles moves to Paris-II Panthéon Assas university

Tomorrow, Wednesday the 22 of March, will open Les Paradis. Rapport Annuel, an exhibition by Paolo...

ICP celebrates African-American women on its windows

Until March 26th, The International Center of Photography (ICP) honors Afro-American women on its f...
Philipp Hugues Bonan © Galerie Lame Marseille
Philipp Hugues Bonan © Galerie Lame Marseille


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.

Neil Folberg: “I want my audience to think for itself”
A series by Holden Luntz Gallery
10/03/2017 - United states , written by Sara Tasini

Neil Folberg was born in San Francisco in 1950 but spent most of his childhood in the Midwest. He became interested in photography around 1966 and soon after became a pupil of renowned photographer Ansel Adams at the age of seventeen.

Jean Luc Aribaud, one of l’Éléphant’s favourites
27/02/2017 - france , written by Corridor Éléphant

Jean Luc Aribaud was born in Mazamet on 22nd July 1961 and has worked in the arts for about twenty years. A poet and a photographer at the same time, he separates his passions which for him, are opposite sides of the same vision and understanding of the world.

Sandy Skoglund: “I think of Food as a universal language”
A series by Holden Luntz Gallery
24/02/2017 - United states , written by Sara Tasini

Sandy Skoglund was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts (USA) in 1946. She studied studio art and art history at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts from 1964 - 68. Skoglund went to graduate school at the University of Iowa in 1969 where she studied filmmaking, intaglio printmaking, and multimedia art, receiving her M.A. in 1971 and her M.F.A. in painting in 1972.

Langdon Clay, Cars
13/02/2017 - united states , written by Bill Shapiro

Between 1974 and 1976, Langdon Clay wandered New York’s streets taking pictures of cars. He shot them parked on the street, at night, bathed in a sense of waiting that Edward Hopper would understand. The cars?

Jamie Baldridge: “If I weren’t a photographer, I would be involved in espionage or blacksmithing”
A series by Holden Luntz Gallery
09/02/2017 - united states , written by Sara Tasini

Jamie Baldridge was born in 1975 and raised in a small-town Catholic environment in Louisiana. Baldridge explains that he decided to become an artist when he was a child, after finding an old fairytale book entitled, “101 Fairy Tales” in his grandmother’s attic sparking his ongoing fascination with fairytales and fables.

Jeff Whetstone: “I thrive on chaos”
31/01/2017 - United states , written by Andrea Blanch

Jeff Whetstone’s photographs and films imagine rural America through lenses of anthropology and mythology. Whetstone’s work interrogates the stereotypes of rural people – ignorance, poverty, and self-destruction – and explores the complicated bond between people and the landscape.

Musée Magazine : Federico Solmi, “Power is ruthless; it’s cynical”
30/01/2017 - united states , written by Andrea Blanch

Federico Solmi’s exhibitions, which often combine articulate installations, composed of different media such as video, drawings, mechanical sculptures and paintings, use bright colors and a satirical aesthetic to portray a dystopian vision of our present day society.


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