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Journalists in Syria honored by the 78th Overseas Press Club Awards

Tomorrow will be given grand dinner by the Overseas Press Club Awards for their 78th edition winners...

Dread Scott’s Discussion on Making America Great at ICP

The ICP school is hosting tonight a conversation between artist Dread Scott and photographer Accra...

Profession Photographie Invites French-Laboratory Picto

The French-based association Profession Photographie invites this Wednesday April 26th the Parisian...
Photographe anonyme. Un Picasso à tomber par terre.
Allemagne, 1955. Tirage argentique d'époque légèrement rehaussé. 21,3 x 16,2 cm
Photographe anonyme. Un Picasso à tomber par terre. Allemagne, 1955. Tirage argentique d'époque légèrement rehaussé. 21,3 x 16,2 cm

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Saul Leiter, The New York Nabi
26/04/2017 - Japan , written by Pauline Vermare

Saul Leiter spent over sixty years of his life and took most of his photographs in New York City’s East Village, near Saint Marks Place. Over the past years, the neighborhood has become strikingly Japanese, filled with izakayas, sobayas, ramen restaurants, and Japanese specialty supermarkets.

Marsha Owett, Fifty Shades of Red
26/04/2017 , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Sex and photography are often about manipulating perception. Desire to capture or prolong a moment blurs some details as it brings others into focus. In New-York based photographer Marsha Owett's new exhibition, Fifty Shades of Red, on view at Alfstad Contemporary, you're never quite sure what you're looking at, but you feel an emotion.

Memory Unearthed: The Lodz Ghetto Photographs of Henryk Ross
26/04/2017 - united states , written by Ela Kotkowska

The Łódź Ghetto was as isolated from the outside world as if it were a raft cast afloat in hostile waters, hundreds of miles from the nearest shore. That the Polish name of the city, where it was carved out seemingly overnight, on February 8, 1940, means boat, seems a cruel irony.

The Diamond Trace: Kimberley, South Africa in Photographs by Patrick Tourneboeuf
26/04/2017 - united states , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Focusing on the scars of history, French photographer Patrick Tourneboeuf uses his view camera to photograph people through what they leave behind them – places where people live and then sometimes they desert.

Olivier Verley, Dans le sens du paysage
26/04/2017 - france , written by Caroline Oliveira

What characterizes Olivier Verley’s photographic approach is the permanence of the places he summons. Whether it be the French Vexin that he has been exploring since his childhood, the banks of the Oise, or the hills of the Gers, landscape is consistent in the work, however, the photographer’s eye is always different.

Todd Forsgren: birdwatcher and ecologist
26/04/2017 - united states , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Photographer Todd Forsgren depict birds that have been caught in mist nets as part of scientific surveys and ornithological research. During this moment, the birds inhabit a fascinating conceptual space between our framework of “the bird in the bush and the bird in the hand.”

The oriental dream of François Fontaine
26/04/2017 - france , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

In the footsteps of his naval officer father, François Fontaine criss-crossed South-east Asia, China, Japan and India for more than twenty years. Some long thematic series with titles more poetic than documentary punctuated his journey: Au fil du Mékong, Lost in China, Japanese Whispers, L’Heure sacrée, Rêve d’Orient…

The Queens landscape by Frank Gohlke and Joel Sternfeld
26/04/2017 - united states , written by Hugo Fortin

Steidl has just published Landscape as Longing, a book of photographs by Frank Gohlke and Joel Sternfeld made in Queens neighborhoods in New York between 2003 and 2004. The title immediately evokes the idea of desire and expectation tinged with nostalgia, and seems to suggest a definition and a method: landscape as a form of wistful anticipation.