L’un des plus grands photographes actuels, Anders Petersen (né en 1944), présente en 320 photographies les étapes marquantes de son œuvre. Photographie de rue, portrait, nature morte, les images sont d’abord une manifestation de ses affects.
Photo historian and poet Carole Naggar writes for LightBox on some of the top exhibitions at the 17th annual celebration of Paris Photo — from Daido Moriyama and Sylvia Plachy to Malik Sidibé and more.
One of the top French specialists on the creative economy, Dominique Sagot-Duvauroux spoke very clearly and technically about the economics of photography. By revisiting the beginning of the digital era and looking into the immediate future, the economics professor at the University of Angers enriched the afternoon’s discussion.
From my position more generally as a photo historian and photo curator, I’m looking for photographers who are conveying something of themselves, that only they can say, through their artwork; and who have a good command of their craft, and are...