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

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Dread Scott’s Discussion on Making America Great at ICP

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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


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Mars, A photographic exploration
21/04/2017 - france , written by Laurence Cornet

German photographer Thomas Ruff had decided to blow up the NASA images in a desperate attempt to get his visitors walking on Mars. But there was no need for those enlarged landscapes four meters high. The book that publisher Xavier Barral, now republished in small format, has just brought out manages the trick with its wide pages covering, in 6 kilometre sections, the immensity of a still imaginary world.

Peter Mitchell, New refutation of the space mission
20/04/2017 - france , written by Irène Attinger

On August 20 and September 9, 1975, respectively, NASA launched two Mars probes, Viking 1 and Viking 2. Almost a year later, the probes entered the planet’s orbit. On July 20, and then on September 3, the landers released by each probe were the first spacecraft to touch down on the surface of Mars.

Moshe Brakha, L.A. Babe: The Real Women of Los Angeles 1975-1988

18/04/2017 - united states , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Rizzoli publishes L.A. Babe: The real women of Los Angeles 1975-1988, where advertising and editorial photographer Moshe Brakha’s sensual photography evokes an ineffable element in the subject and engages the viewer.

Sébastien Lifshitz, Amateur
18/04/2017 - Germany , written by Baylee McKeel

We’re all familiar with the concept of the lost photograph, images forgotten in pockets, left behind in taxicabs or on the sides of streets. Their abundance can be found at antique stores, vintage shops, flea markets, anywhere that the once loved belongings of a person can be recycled and purchased by another.

Tito Mouraz, The house of the seven women
17/04/2017 - france , written by Irène Attinger

The photographs in this book were shot in Beira Alta, the native village of the Portuguese photographer, Tito Mouraz, between 2010 and 2015. “Here, everyone says that this house is haunted”, he says. “Seven sisters lived in this house, all spinsters. One of them was a witch.

Anne-Marie Filaire, Temporary security zone
14/04/2017 - france , written by Irène Attinger

Anne-Marie Filaire is interested in the question of private spaces in different contexts, from her native Auvergne to the powder kegs of the Middle East – Egypt, Palestine or the United Arab Emirates – from South-east Asia, East Africa and Europe.

Word & Thoughts of Liza Kanaeva
11/04/2017 - united states , written by Arthur Dayras

Today begins the second episode of our World and Thoughts series with Liza Kanaeva. The young Russian photographer unveils her work and details her taste for encounters and her attention to natural light.

Dora Maar: Paris in the time of Man Ray, Cocteau and Picasso
10/04/2017 - United states , written by Louise Baring

One late October evening in 1998, art enthusiasts streamed into the eighteenth-century Maison de la Chimie on Paris’s Left Bank. They came for the first of six auctions of Picasso memorabilia, books, and photographs owned by Dora Maar, or Madame Henriette Markovitch, a former photographer whose love affair with the great Spanish modernist spanned the tumultuous years between the Spanish Civil War and the end of the Second World War.

Sylvie Meunier and Patrick Tournebœuf’s American Dream
07/04/2017 - france , written by Sophie Bernard

Before the installation presented as part of the major exhibition Autophoto, which will take place at the Fondation Cartier from April 19 through September 24, 2017, Americandream is being published by Textuel. This book gathers a part of Sylvie Meunier and Patrick Tournebœuf’s collection of American snapshots dating from the 1950s and 1960s.

Sensitive memory
05/04/2017 - france , written by Cathy Rémy

Bridging the past and the future, reality and fiction, photography finds in this double coming and going a source of strength as well as ambivalence, which also accounts for its unique status.


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