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Gösta Peterson, Subtile Fashion Photography, Has Died.

Swedish photographer Gösta Peterson passed away on Friday 30 July at the age of 94. He was a remark...

Christie’s To Sell 400 Photographs From MoMA

The Museum of Modern Art and the New York branch of Christie’s have announced the sale of 400 ...

Cindy Sherman Shares 600 Pictures on Instagram

American photographer Cindy Sherman has published more than 600 photographs taken from her works and...
Steve Schapiro, Martin Luther King Jr. (with Flag), Selma March, 1965 © Steve Schapiro & Fahey/Klein Gallery
Steve Schapiro, Martin Luther King Jr. (with Flag), Selma March, 1965 © Steve Schapiro & Fahey/Klein Gallery

Press Review

Fashion Press Review, October 2016
By Patricia Nagy
12/10/2016 - france , written by Patricia Nagy

Skool is Kool. It's totally back to skool season (you can thank your delinquent Californian-by-way-of-NYC-by-way-of-Paris for this colloquialism). The season is fresh with idoicies, idiocyncracies and individuality. As we drop our kids off at school in the morning, the great mix of pre-fall styles comes together, a smorgasbord of designer - and non - handbags, shoes and of course lots of designer parenting styles.

Fashion Press Review by Patricia Nagy / January 2016
02/02/2016 - USA , written by Patricia Nagy

If you’ve been having withdrawals from your dose of fashion editorial images, don’t fret, the doctor is in. I hope you’ll forgive the delay, I assure you I have a good excuse - he’s 4 months old (and the other is 2 years old).

November 13th 2015, international press review
by Michel Philippot
16/11/2015 - France , written by Michel Philippot

Mao disait que les morts ne pèsent pas le même poids, certains le poids d’une plume et d’autres celui d’une montagne. Le dictateur savait de quoi il parlait ayant rapidement perdu le sens des poids et des mesures. Il est certain qu’il ne restera rien dans notre souvenir des sept zombies que l’horreur qu’ils ont vomie au bout de leur fusil mitrailleur.

Taking pictures trouble-free by Michel Guerrin
03/09/2015 - France , written by Michel Guerrin

What’s good about photojournalism is the fact that you never get bored. Debates and polemical topics frequently pop up from nowhere. We swear and argue on social media networks. We talk about fakes on these platerforms such as doping in the sports world. Last February, the author of a documentary on the city of Charleroi, […]

Press Review
Glitch Art: David Szauder and his Failed Memories
02/04/2015 - Germany , written by Pauline Auzou

For David Szauder, a Hungarian artist based in Berlin, human memory is similar to a computer’s hard drive. All of our memories are sorted into folders and subfolders which our brain accumulates like a giant catalogue of jpeg files. While each detail may seem clear and distinct at the time, when retrieved years later from the depths of our minds it’s not uncommon for the memories to be altered or damaged like a corrupt computer file. In programming terms, they’re bugging.

Press Review
Fashion Press Review by Patricia Nagy
17/03/2015 - United States , written by Patricia Nagy

As the Beastie Boys once sung, you’ve “gotta lighten up, lighten up, lighten up right now…”  Winter is just about over, and if you feel the grey heaviness getting to be a little too much, I’m here to help. How, you might be asking yourself?  Well, I’ve decided to shake up your lives by having Lindsey Wixon literally pounce on you, thanks to the great Ryan McGinley, for Flair’s issue 14.  Sun, friends and bunny ears can do wonders for getting one out of the February funk.

Press Review
Algorithmic Art History by Stéphanie Vidal
10/03/2015 - France , written by Pauline Auzou

A visit to Stéphanie Vidal’s blog Algorithmic Art History may start out with Keith Haring’s Tree of Monkeys, but you’ll end up coming across psych rockers, a Candy Crush-like scene with golden rabbits, and a lamplit bazaar. To obtain this mix of genres, Vidal uses Google. First she chooses a work of art on Google Images, then consults its “Similar images.”

Press Review
US Press Review by David Rosenberg
01/03/2015 - United States , written by David Rosenberg

Equal pay for women, the black civil rights movement, suicide, Alzheimer’s and immigration were all hot topics this week: and all that happened at the Academy Awards. Lost during Patricia Arquette’s speech for equal pay plus the usual discourse about roles in Hollywood for women was an image of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences scientific and technical achievement award recipients. (It’s that little recap they always cover midway through the show for about five minutes). Say what you will about roles for women in Hollywood but I count a total of three women in the shot and at least one of them was there to give out the awards.

Press Review
The European Press Review by Michel Philippot
27/02/2015 - France , written by Michel Philippot

Having just returned from the funeral of Christian Maillard, I'm incapable of saying anything about current events. Christian was a man who mattered in the photo world. His honesty, his ability, his natural kindness and instinctive empathy for others made him a rare man. Not every death is unjust, but his was especially. Many of us were there to pay him tribute. He deserved it. Salut, Christian.

Press Review
The European Press Review by Michel Philippot
20/02/2015 - France , written by Michel Philippot

And here’s my weekly refrain. Ukraine, five of the 29 images today, the local photographers are hard at work. This war is a fool’s errand. They advance, the others retreat. Big surprise. The paranoiac in Moscow is scaring people, him and his friends in Tehran, Damascus, Pyongyang and elsewhere.


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