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Richard Mosse Arrested in Greece

Irish photographer Richard Mosse, recently winner of the Pictet 2017 prize for his Heat Maps series ...

Charleroi’s Museum of Photography Celebrates 30 Years

Created in 1987, the Museum of Photography in Charleroi celebrates its thirtieth anniversary this ye...

Martin Parr in Person at Metrograph New York

British photographer Martin Parr, a member of the Magnum Photos agency, will be in conversation with...
Eve Arnold, School for non-violence, Virginia, 1960 © Eve Arnold/Magnum Photos
Eve Arnold, School for non-violence, Virginia, 1960 © Eve Arnold/Magnum Photos


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Ed van der Elsken, La Vie Folle: A Captivating Book
22/06/2017 - france , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

From his beginnings in Paris during the 1950s, to his travels around the world, including his images of jazz musicians, the Jeu de Paume’s exhibition La Vie Folle (The Crazy Life) revisits close to fifty years of copious photography and film production.

In Arles, Germaine et le Nord-Pinus
21/06/2017 - france , written by Christian Ramade

Arles, juillet 1986, les Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie sont en effervescence. Le directeur de l’Ecole Nationale de la Photographie me propose de réaliser un reportage sur l’ancien hôtel Nord-Pinus, en échange d’une exposition à la Galerie Aréna.

Larry Fink, The Polarities
19/06/2017 - italy , written by Laura Serani

Larry Fink is a legend on the American photography scene, a leading figure for more than fifty years who has always shown unflagging passion and commitment, with results that are always surprising.

The intriguing forgotten memories of Laurence G. Miller
16/06/2017 - United states , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Forgotten Memories, a book by New York gallery owner Laurence G. Miller, explores the power of images to awaken memories, to take us back to relationships and journeys likely to be otherwise forgotten. Culled from several thousand negatives and slides taken during Miller's first five years into photography [...]

Judith Stenneken, Illuminate naturally in darkness
16/06/2017 - germany , written by Timothy Persons

Illuminate naturally in darkness is Judith Stenneken’s most recent book and follows in her poetic traditions of visual storytelling. In this body of work Stenneken expands the concept of transition as a permanent condition, which in itself could be a mantra for the twenty first century.

Jamel Shabazz’s New York Street Photographs in Sights in the City
15/06/2017 - united states , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

During the summer of 1980, under the direction of his photographer father, Jamel Shabazz armed himself with a Canon AE1 SLR camera and began to photograph the landscape of his native New York City. Photographing in the streets put Shabazz right in the heart of all of the action; he carried his camera everywhere he went [...]

Edges of the Rainbow: LGBTQ communities in modern Japan
14/06/2017 - united states , written by Myrtille Beauvert

Edges of the Rainbow: LGBTQ Japan, published by The New Press is an intimate photographic glimpse into the queer world behind the closed doors of modern Japanese society. In a set of more than 150 color and black-and-white photographs, photographer Michel Delsol and journalist Haruku Shinozaki [...]

Mike Mandel, People in Cars: a book of surprises
14/06/2017 - united kingdom , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

American photographer Mike Mandel, known for his project The Baseball-Photographer Trading Cards, grew up in the San Fernando Valley, and as an kid in the 1950s could walk just about everywhere he needed to go: to school, or later down the street to the open field to collect rocks or catch lizards.

Nick Meyer, between life and death
13/06/2017 - united states , written by Nick Meyer

I am afraid of dying. These pictures are an attempt to examine and confront the anxiety and eventuality that, because we all were born, time will pass and so will we.

C’est de voir qu’il s’agit… The Book on the Life of Robert Delpire
12/06/2017 - france , written by Jean-Jacques Naudet

C’est de voir qu’il s’agit, or, seeing is what it’s about; already, the sentence is beautiful. It is the title of the Robert Delpire book that editor Vera Michalski is publishing this week at Editions Libella. Robert Delpire: a mythic character in the photography world over the past sixty years, artistic director, editor, discoverer, friend, and confidant.


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