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MoMA announces the first U.S. exhibition to encompass photographer Stephen Shore’s entire career

The Museum of Modern Art announced Stephen Shore, the first U.S. survey to encompass the entirety of...

Laurent Henrion, Picto Prize for Young Fashion Photography recipient, exhibited in Paris

A selection of photographs by Laurent Henrion with which he was awarded the Picto Prize for Young Fa...

13th Photographic Festival of Brest: Rain of images

In 2017, the Festival Pluie d'Images looks at the notion of frontier. This imaginary line, which som...
Le commandant Charcot en 1908 © Maurice-Louis Branger - Roger-Viollet
Le commandant Charcot en 1908 © Maurice-Louis Branger - Roger-Viollet


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Sam Shahid, And the band was playing a gay tune
23/02/2017 - united states , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

The book And the Band Was Playing a Gay Tune is very personal to me, and in some ways, has been in the works for over four decades. The book is a photo documentary of gay life—the struggles, the triumph, the heartache, and the joy—shot from the 1970’s through today.

Laia Abril, Lobismuller
22/02/2017 - mexico , written by Laia Abril

Was the Werewolf of Allariz a woman? In 1853, Manuel Blanco Romasanta was tried for the murder of 17 people: he confessed to nine of them but declared himself not guilty because he was suffering from a curse that turned him into a wolf. Although this defence was rejected at trial, his death sentence was commuted to allow doctors to investigate the case.

Michael Dunev, Parallax
22/02/2017 - spain , written by Michael Dunev

We are told that a shift in the angle from which something is observed alters our perception of it and they call it parallax. In quantum mechanics, the physicist Werner Karl Heisenberg noted that the simple act of observing something alters its position and he called it the uncertainty principle.

We are dandy, The elegant gentleman around the world
21/02/2017 - Germany , written by Jordan G. Teicher

Dandies can look all sorts of ways and live in all sorts of places. What unites them? “An obsessive male pursuit of elegance in life and style,” writes Nathaniel Adams, in his book with the photographer Rose Callahan, We Are Dandy: The Elegant Gentleman Around the World (Gestalten).

Julia Fullerton-Batten, The Act
20/02/2017 - United Kingdom , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

In The Act, photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten portrays the lives and skills of women who voluntarily engage in the UK sex industry as their career. All of them chose a markedly different path in life to the usual one, wittingly challenging social stigma. Julia Fullerton-Batten investigated why this is with imagery and videoed interviews.

Gao Bo, Tibet 1985-1995, Offrandes
17/02/2017 - france , written by Jean-Luc Monterosso

Photographe et plasticien né en Chine, ancien membre de l’Agence VU, Gao Bo vit depuis plus de trente ans entre la France et la Chine d’où il modèle une œuvre empreinte de spiritualité. Les photographies qu’il a réunies dans cet ouvrage ont été prises au cours de ses cinq voyages au Tibet entre 1985 et 1995.

Impressa magazine, on young women photographers
16/02/2017 - Germany , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

impressa is a new and independent online magazine featuring outstanding works by young women photographers. Founded in 2016 in Berlin, Germany, impressa was born from a very particular concern: the under-representation of women within the arts being an issue all too often ignored.

Miki Kratsman, The Resolution of the Suspect
16/02/2017 - Palestine , written by Elana Kates

Israeli-Argentinian photojournalist Miki Kratsman has worked for over three decades in the Palestinian Occupied Territories. In The Resolution of the Suspect, Kratsman re-contextualizes over three-hundred of his images, originally taken in a daily news context, to investigate the everyday realities of Palestinian life under Israeli Occupation.

The latest issue of Dog Food
13/02/2017 - france , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Dog Food 5 has just arrived on the scene and introduces the newly formed KRISIS photo agency on the world stage. Follow their exploits from the Island of Lesbos to the depths of Syria.

Through Darkness to Light: Seeking Freedom on the Underground Railroad
09/02/2017 - united states , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

From a cotton plantation just South of Natchitoches, Louisiana all the way north to Canada, this series of photographs helps us imagine what the long road from slavery to freedom may have looked like as seen through the eyes of one of those who made this epic journey, circa 1840.


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