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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


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“Archives” at the “Museum”, Analysis of a Semantic Shift
The Case of the Archives of the Planet
10/03/2017 - france , written by Valérie Perlès

Contrarily to the majority of encyclopedic approaches initiated in the second half of the 19th century, constructed on the principle of the collection and classification of different preexisting data, images collected according to aesthetic or thematic criteria, the Archives of the Planet first came into existence as a production company, which operated from 1909 to 1931.

Transbordeur—a new journal of photography history
09/03/2017 - france , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Transbordeur is a new annual review of history of photography edited by the historians Christian Joschke and Olivier Lugon. Its readers will be interested in photography in all its forms and in the history, sociology, and technical evolution, material production and interpretation of images, their relationship to time and history, and their circulation; they will wish to understand the world through the history of culture; and they will curious and critical observers of the visual phenomena around them.

Documentary photography collections at the turn of the twentieth century
09/03/2017 - france , written by Estelle Sohier, Anne Lacoste et Olivier Lugon

In the late nineteenth century, nearly fifty years after the invention of photography, images were being produced in industrialized countries at an exponential rate. While the practice of photography was made more popular with the introduction of dry plates and film, new methods of photomechanical reproduction made it possible to print multiple illustrations at low cost in an ever-growing number of newspapers and magazines.

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.

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.

Creative Image, a Raghu Rai publication
24/01/2017 - India , written by A. Abbas

Are there two photographers more different than Abbas and Melisa Teo? He shoots in black and white; she shoots in color. His photography is rational; hers is emotional. His photographs are suspended moments; hers flow like a stream.

“On Feminism”, the winter issue of Aperture
20/01/2017 - United states , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

The winter issue of Aperture, “On Feminism,” arrives at a moment when the power and influence women hold on the world stage is irrefutable, and the very idea of gender is central to conversations about equality across the country, and around the globe.

Antoine d’Agata, Paradigmes
de l’air collector 
05/12/2016 - france , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

de l’air collector is a collection of prestigious publications created by Stéphane Brasca of de l’air magazine. Between a book and a portfolio, published in a big size limited edition, not paper-backed, printed on a high quality paper, each issue is dedicated to a great photographer.

25 years, Slender, Free: L’Insensé
17/11/2016 - france , written by Clara Bastid

Twenty-five years is older that the age of Vanessa Van Zuylen when she created L’Insensé alongside Elizabeth Nora in 1991. The convergence of the two personalities coming from two generations would give birth to a magazine whose portfolio format, turned cult, is celebrating its quarter of a century anniversary.

Halogénure: a new photography review
15/09/2016 - France , written by Cilou de Bruyn

Five photography devotees from Belgium and France have founded a brand new review dedicated to analogic and alternative photography processes, which they chose to reveal at the Voies Off festival in Arles this year. It was received with great interest by photography professionals and circulation figures for the first issue already look promising.


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