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Photographers, where are they ?


From 2017-12-09 to 2018-03-04

Huis Marseille, Museum for Photography - Amsterdam (FRANCE)
Exhibition by Ad Van Denderen
For almost 25 years Ad van Denderen, has followed daily life in Israel and the Palestinian territories with his camera. He worked at first in black and white, in a classical, direct, reportage style. About 15 years ago he switched to colour, and since then he has employed a more detached and monumental photographic style.

The exhibition Jerusalem Stone unites these two approaches to create a subtle depiction of the complex and precarious...

Yamal, the edge of the earth
Serie : Davide Monteleone
Permafrost, victim of global warming
Serie : Paolo Verzone
Aline Diépois et Thomas Gizolme - Abstrakt Zermatt & White Isles of the South Sea 1/2
Interview : Agence VU
Photography Workshops
in Paris
Martina Bacigalupo
Développer un projet documentaire. Préciser son écriture photographique. avec la participation de Marie-Pierre Subtil (revue 6 mois)

The remote Yamal Peninsula, whose name means “the edge of the earth”, stretches from the Northern Siberia to Kara’s sea, beyond the Arctic Circle. In this large region live the Nenets, one of the greatest nomadic people among the 26 ethnic groups from this Russian province. This people...

 

In one of the northernmost corners of Russia lie the Lena river delta and its multiple islands. One of them is called Saymolov and harbours a scientific station dedicated to the study of permafrost. Every year for ten years, German and Russian scientists have been coming in the summer months to...

 

Aline Diépois and Thomas Gizolme talk about their work and two series Abstrakt Zermatt and White Isles of the South Sea, exhibited at Galerie VU', until March 03th, 2018.

 
Les 2, 3 et 4 Mars, 9 et 10 Juin, 22 et 23 Septembre 2018
Comment développer un projet documentaire à la fois ample dans son propos et précis dans ce qu’il donne à voir ? Quelle écriture photographique est à même de rendre compte de son sujet tout en permettant à l’auteur de déployer un style qui lui est propre ?...

Racism in India: the africain portraits (extract)
Serie : Mahesh Shantaram
Virtual Seoul
From 2017-12-07 to 2018-03-11
Exhibition : Françoise Huguier
Népal. Épiphanies du quotidien
Book : Frédéric Lecloux
On the Edge of Afghanistan
Serie : Andrew Quilty

Racism In India : the African Portraits « Anywhere in the world, it takes a black person to teach us what racism really means. » On January 31st, 2016, Bangalore woke up to yet another news of a shocking mob attack against a Tanzanian student. This particular one was appalling enough to...

 

Exposition dans l’espace « Art Lounge » (niv.-1) et plusieurs espaces de circulation dans tout le musée. Un accrochage photographique ultra coloré pour aller à la rencontre des Coréens d’aujourd’hui ; une étonnante balade qui explore les multiples facettes du mode de vie coréen, de...

 
Nepal. Epiphanies of the Everyday Nepal is most famous for its extraordinary geography, yet the everyday life its inhabitants is played out elsewhere. Since 1994, Frédéric Lecloux has been documenting its upheavals and tumultuous history, right up to the earthquake in 2015 and the mass...

 

On the Edge of Afghanistan In Nimruz, a South-West province of Afghanistan, more than 200.000 Afghans have crossed the Iranian border in 18 months in spite of Taliban attacks, kidnapping dangers and extreme climate. It is their only hope for a better future. The region is located at the...

Les Berbères
From 2018-02-20 to 2018-05-18
Exhibition : Ferhat Bouda
Mungo Man, The Last Voyage of A 40,000-year-old Ancestor
Serie : Dean Sewell
The Boys of Afghanistan’s Ski Fields
Serie : Andrew Quilty
Stone
Book : Ad Van Denderen

Depuis sept ans, Ferhat Bouda documente en noir et blanc la vie des Amazighs et participe à la lutte contre l’assimilation et l’oubli auxquels ils sont assignés. Ne s’inscrivant pas dans la logique d’État-Nation, les Amazighs (ou Berbères, terme qui signifie « homme libre ») occupent...

 

Photographer Dean Sewell has cut across all over Australia to follow the last journey of the first Aboriginal ancestor. In 1974, a young geologist by the name of Jim Bowler, while on expedition for the Australian National University, was riding his bicycle around the edge of Lake Mungo, an...

 

It’s in 2009 that the inhabitants from the small Afghan village of Aub Bala, or High Water in Balochi, saw what skis were like for the first time. A man and a woman working for the an international organization had come to the province, better known for its Taliban-destroyed stone Buddhas, to map...

 
For almost 25 years Ad van Denderen has been photographing daily life in Israel and the Palestinian territories. He originally worked in black and white, in a classical, direct, reportage style. About 15 years ago he switched to colour, and since then he has employed a more detached and monumental...

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