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Serie by Juan Manuel Castro Prieto

In Bolivia, nestled in the Andes Mountains, the cities of Oruro, Popoó, Uyuni and Potosi are home to many mining dating back to colonial time, that continue to support the inhabitants of a region threatened by poverty.
Juan Manuel Castro-Prieto went to meet the population to understand their way of life, witnessing their rites and discovering their vision of the world, always rooted in ancestral practices and beliefs.


The entire economy of these cities turn around mining, which reminds...

Rencontres
From 2019-11-07 to 2020-01-05
Exhibition : Bernard Descamps
Bangladesh, standing on the edge
From 2019-11-08 to 2019-12-28
Exhibition : Munem Wasif
Juliette
Book : Denis Dailleux
Photography residency : Finding a personal approach to a locality
Photography Workshop
in Cap-Ferret
with Michael Ackerman

Sous le titre « Rencontres », le Château d’Eau présente une rétrospective du photographe français Bernard Descamps. \"Je réalise des images qui ne décrivent pas les objets ou les événements, qui ne racontent rien, mais qui voudraient dévoiler de minuscules fragments du temps. Je cherche...

 

Munem Wasif\'s documentary photography looks at people at the margins of society, left by the wayside, ignored, forgotten or oppressed. His topics range from migration to climate change to urban life. In this exhibition, Munem Wasif has taken on serious issus in his native Bangladesh and exposed...

 
Un portrait sensible et malicieux de la vie paysanne à travers la longue complicité entre un photographe et sa grand-tante. Dans le village d’enfance du photographe Denis Dailleux, en Anjou, vivait une femme de caractère, véritable personnage de roman : Juliette, sa grand-tante, décédée en 2007...

 
From 5 to 11 November 2019
Photography residency in Cap-Ferret

Desmemoria
Book : Pierre-Elie de Pibrac
On the movie set of Camille, Central African Republique
Serie : Michael Zumstein
Sinking Ship
Book : Kyle Thompson
Hollow / Lowlands
From 2019-09-06 to 2019-11-13
Exhibition : Martin Bogren

Desmemoria constitue un témoignage à la fois photographique, anthropologique et social sur la communauté des azucareros de Cuba – travailleurs de l’industrie du sucre et révolutionnaires de la première heure. Pierre-Elie de Pibrac a vécu près d’un an en immersion chez diverses familles cubaines...

 

In 2014, Camille Lepage, a French photojournalist based in Bangui, lost her life in unsolved circumstances while covering the conflict between Selekas and anti-Balaka militias in the Central African countryside. Michael Zumstein had worked alongside the young photographer while also documenting...

 
In Sinking Ship, Kyle Thompson investigates the potential history of a locational muse, a now-deserted town in the American grasslands. Through an investigative study of the remaining objects, and a correspondence with those now living alone in similarly abandoned towns, Thompson creates a series...

 

With his series Lowlands and Hollow, created several years apart, the Swedish photographer Martin Bogren exhibits black and white images of great sensuality, dreamlike and disturbing at the same time, and completely out of time. They show the evolution of the photographic writing of an author whose...

Natura
Book : Bernard Descamps
Afghanistan, Tangay locked up in Taliban country
Serie : Andrew Quilty
Ma tante Juliette
From 2019-04-12 to 2020-04-10
Exhibition : Denis Dailleux
North Korea, from Pyongyang to Rason
Serie : Davide Monteleone

Le nouveau livre de Bernard Descamps, intitulé natura, en hommage aux premiers essais naturalistes de l’antiquité, est le fruit d’un patient travail, d’une longue quête d’images de la nature. Non pas des images spectaculaires du bout du monde, mais des images simplement touchantes, de la nature qui...

 

After conflicts between Talibans and Afghan government, the city of Kajaki is in the hands of Taliban, except a tiny 500m enclave of dilapidated and abandoned shop. That is everything left of governmental under-controlled Kajaki. This governmental area, Tangay Bazaar, looks like a ghost city. 300...

 

Within the scope of the new collection of the Cité de l\'Image in Clervaux, Denis Dailleux displays a selection of his series \"Ma tante Juliette\". In “Ma tante Juliette” (“Aunt Juliette”), Denis Dailleux sees his gaze returned in a unique and playful way by his great-aunt. The dialogue...

 

Several time a month, a train go through North Korea from Pyongyang, the capital, to China and Russia border, in the coastal city of Rason. Davide Monteleone took this train to photograph the everyday life of inhabitants and the little-known landscapes. Travel from Pyongyang to Rason is an...

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