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PixDay 2017 will open next Thursday !

The PixDay 2017 show opens next Thursday in Paris. held at the Forum de Grenelle, in the fifteenth P...

Sylvie Meunier & Patrick Tourneboeuf launch American Dream

Sylvie Meunier and Patrick Tourneboeuf will present tomorrow Tuesday 28 March their new book Ameri...

Philip Trager et Ken Schles book signing at Rizzoli

Tomorrow Tuesday, March 28, photographes Philip Trager and Ken Schles will be at the Rizzoli booksto...
Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sur les bords de la Marne, 1938 © Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson & Phillips
Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sur les bords de la Marne, 1938 © Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson & Phillips


The Life Story of Ara Güler
28/03/2017 - Turkey , written by Hasan Senyuksel

As the pages of this book narrating the life of the legendary name in photography Ara Guler turn, you will evidence the underlying 80-year history of Turkey in passage.

Sophie Calle, Rachel Monique
28/03/2017 - france , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

“She is successively called Rachel, Monique, Szyndler, Calle, Pagliero, Gonthier, Sindler,” says French photographer Sophie Calle. “My mother loved that we talk about her. Her life doesn’t appear in my work. That annoyed her. When I set my camera at the foot of the bed where she was dying, because I was afraid that she would expire in my absence, whereas I wanted to be there to hear her last word, she shouted: ‘Finally.’ ”

Emmanuel Georges, America Rewind
28/03/2017 - Germany , written by Emmanuel Georges

Traveling across the United States, the French photographer Emmanuel Georges went in search of the American dream. Using a large-format camera and a documentary-style approach, he captured the reality of America encountered during his journey. At the same time, his photographs reveal a finely tuned understanding of the poetry unique to these places.

Mark Cohen, Mexico 1983-2001
24/03/2017 - france , written by Laurence Cornet

On the cover of the book published by Éditions Xavier Barral to accompany the exhibition at Agnès b. Gallery, a girl’s calf clothed in a Pelerine knee-high sock traces a neat diagonal across the image. It is immediately recognizable as the work of Mark Cohen who prefers fragments and details to wider views. “It’s exactly what I would do back home.

Fink on Warhol: New York Photographs of the 1960s
22/03/2017 - italy , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

The 1960’s was an era in the United States alive with protest—the crisis of the Vietnam war and the struggle for civil rights provoked the nation to question the nature of the moral and political world. During this period of foment arose a band of arty nihilists with a mission that had little to do with politics yet everything to do with clever posturing and hobnobbing with the art-hungry power elite.

Christopher Niquet, Models Matter
22/03/2017 - italy , written by Steven Meisel

Through generations of cover stories, Models Matter, edited by the well-known French stylist Christopher Niquet, explores a multi-layered history of feminine beauty, from Jean Shrimpton to Jerry Hall, Naomi Campbell to Linda Evangelista, muses for extraordinary fashion lensmen like Steven Meisel, Irving Penn, and Richard Avedon.

Bernard Descamps, Autoportrait
21/03/2017 - france , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

I remember that, during a pleasant discussion about photography, Edouard Boubat had said to me, “In the end, we photographers, we revolve endlessly around the same photograph, a kind of perfect image, a Holy Grail that we never reach, and that would be an ideal self-portrait”.

Numéro and Guido Mocafico, The Story of a Carte Blanche
21/03/2017 - Germany , written by Philip Utz

In 1999, Babeth Djian, fashion editor and avant-garde stylist, created Numéro, a Parisian magazine since then famous for its unique and audacious aesthetic, tying together fashion and contemporary art.

James Moore: Retrospective
21/03/2017 - italy , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Old-school glamour oozes from the pages of this long-overdue retrospective monograph on James Moore, the influential fashion photographer whose work was a Harper's Bazaar staple from Carmel Snow onward.

Bernard Plossu, Glamour
20/03/2017 - france , written by Dominique Païni

The photographer Bernard Plossu publishes his latest book, co-authored with the film producer Dominique Païni. Their publication combines two visions, two ways of seeing, two different sensibilities centered around the notion—practically a genre—of “Glamor.”


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