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Artist Services - Forecast Public Art

Artist Services - Forecast Public Art | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it

Artists are at the core of our work. Forecast Public Art financially supports creative work in communities throughout Minnesota, supporting risk-taking, interdisciplinary approaches and collaborative problem-solving.


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Exposition : les secrets d'un accrochage réussi ! - Art Design Tendance

Exposition : les secrets d'un accrochage réussi ! - Art Design Tendance | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
Art Design Tendance vous dit tout sur les secrets d'un accrochage réussi. Stocker, protéger, expédier et installer les oeuvres d'art c'est 1 métier !

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François Boutard's curator insight, October 13, 2:57 AM

Exposition : les secrets d'un accrochage réussi ! 

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Interactive Storytelling: Ten Questions for Alexandre Brachet, Margaux Missika and Gregory Trowbridge of Upian

Interactive Storytelling: Ten Questions for Alexandre Brachet, Margaux Missika and Gregory Trowbridge of Upian | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
Established in 1998, Upian is a design studio and interactive production company known for its award winning projects including Alma: A Tale of Violence, Prison Valley, and Generation Quoi? For this interview three of Upian’s producers — Alexandre Brachet, Margaux Missika and Gregory Trowbridge — take us behind the screens as they describe their process and the development of their projects.

 

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The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Brings Street Photography To The Classroom - Fashion Times

The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Brings Street Photography To The Classroom - Fashion Times | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Brings Street Photography To The Classroom
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Did you find the participants being drawn towards a certain genre or category?

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This Classic Author Was Also An Amazing Photographer

This Classic Author Was Also An Amazing Photographer | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
The following is an excerpt from Taking Shots: The Photography of William S. Burroughs [Prestel, $49.95], a collection of the author's photojournalistic work and photo collages, which echo the themes of his writing:

William S. Burroughs was one of...

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Le site de la Cité internationale de la bande dessinée et de l'image - Toutes les activités et ressources de la Cité à portée de clic.

Le site de la Cité internationale de la bande dessinée et de l'image - Toutes les activités et ressources de la Cité à portée de clic. | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
Le site de la Cité internationale de la bande dessinée et de l’image vous invite à mieux connaître l’établissement, suivre ses activités et bénéficier (...)

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Enquête ouverte : une plateforme par des journalistes, pour les journalistes

Enquête ouverte : une plateforme par des journalistes, pour les journalistes | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it

J’ai demandé à Tatiana Kalouguine de nous présenter son projet Enquête ouverte. Une nouvelle plateforme tout à fait prometteuse.


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Conflicts in Kyrgyzstan Foreshadow Water Wars to Come - Creative Time Reports

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Creative Time Reports Conflicts in Kyrgyzstan Foreshadow Water Wars to Come Creative Time Reports Photographer Fyodor Savintsev documents the mountainous landscape, crumbling Soviet irrigation system and new Russian-backed energy infrastructure of...


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Un centre d'art appliqué à l'alimentation dans la plaine du Quercy

Un centre d'art appliqué à l'alimentation dans la plaine du Quercy | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
Faire vivre un centre d'art, sur les ruines d'un château, en lien avec la campagne qui l'environne: c'est le pari du village de Négrepelisse...

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Syndicat Potentiel Strasbourg's curator insight, June 18, 3:36 PM

En plus d'un atelier pour les artistes et designers qui y sont accueillis en résidence, le lieu se flatte d'être "le seul centre d'art en France doté d'une cuisine d'expérimentation", prolongé par une salle d'exposition et un auditorium, tandis qu'un centre de documentation se niche dans une petite tour soigneusement réhabilitée. 

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RSLN | [Interview] Aurélie Filippetti : "les cultures numériques modifient la politique culturelle elle-même"

RSLN | [Interview] Aurélie Filippetti : "les cultures numériques modifient la politique culturelle elle-même" | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
Musique électronique, jeux vidéo, oeuvres des musées numérisées sur Internet... Le numérique bouleverse et transforme la diffusion de la culture comme le processus de création des œuvres. Si certains considèrent qu'il sonne le glas des supports traditionnels, la Ministre de la Culture et de la Communication, Aurélie Filippetti estime qu'il est "une chance pour la démocratisation de la culture". Entretien.

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Inventing My Father: Diana Markosian’s Long Journey Home

Inventing My Father: Diana Markosian’s Long Journey Home | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
When Diana Markosian was 7 years old, her mother left her father and took Markosian and her brother from their home in Moscow to start a new life in California. “We hardly ever spoke of my father,” Markosian says.

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Mario Pires's curator insight, June 12, 10:11 AM

"He wasn’t the only one who was distant. I often didn’t know how to behave around my father. Sometimes he would watch me brush my hair or reach to embrace me. When he did, I would pull away. I still don’t know what he is to me or what I am to him.

I keep looking for him. I think I always will."

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Interview with Aaron Schuman | FK

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This year’s Krakow Photomonth is curated by Aaron Schuman – an American photographer, writer, lecturer, curator, the founder and editor of SeeSaw Magazine, currently based in the United Kingdom. 

Shortly before the opening of the exhibition of his newest work FOLK: A Personal Ethnography, part of Krakow Photomonth, Schuman talked about the ideas behind organising the festival, what it means to be a photographer with capital letters today, about teaching photography and his own work.


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Mario Pires's curator insight, June 12, 10:19 AM

"I really enjoy being involved in photography, being a photographer that is also interested in curating and looking at other people’s pictures and researching other people’s work, trying to write about it and trying to articulate why I like stuff.  You see a book or a body of work and you know you love it, that it is something that resonates with you, but its a real challenge to say why."

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Photographer Stephen Shore from Israel/Palestine: The Audacity of Puppies - BagNews Notes

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Photographer Stephen Shore from Israel/Palestine: The Audacity of Puppies
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If it's one of the most significant photo projects of our time, it probably feels like it happened on the QT because it's about Israel.

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Des artistes pensent le livre du futur | NOVAPLANET

Des artistes pensent le livre du futur | NOVAPLANET | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
Quoi de plus sexy qu'une bibliothèque bien garni ? De plus intime que des pages qu'on corne ? Qu'une odeur de grimoire ? Ou qu'une vieille annotation sur un livre oublié

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Elise Atangana's curator insight, October 12, 5:49 PM

le livre du futur ?

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PORTFOLIO • Cisjordanie, l’autre Palestine

PORTFOLIO • Cisjordanie, l’autre Palestine | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
Loin des maisons en ruines, des bombardements et des réfugiés, les photographes Andrea et Magda nous montrent un autre visage de la Palestine, pourtant tout aussi réel.

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Caught on camera: Oxford Photography festival makes debut - BBC News

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BBC News Caught on camera: Oxford Photography festival makes debut BBC News "We want to open people's minds as well as their eyes to photography." One exhibition entitled "Custodians" by Joanna Vestey explores the colleges and buildings of Oxford,...

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Egyptian documentary The Square wins three Emmy awards - Ahram Online

Egyptian documentary The Square wins three Emmy awards - Ahram Online | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
Ahram Online Egyptian documentary The Square wins three Emmy awards Ahram Online Emmy awards recognise excellence in the television industry and in the United States corresponds to the Academy Awards for film, Tony Awards for theatre and Grammy...

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Afrique du Sud : Le Cap construit le plus grand musée d'art ... - Africa Top Sports

Afrique du Sud : Le Cap construit le plus grand musée d'art ... - Africa Top Sports | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
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Le plus grand musée africain d'art contemporain ouvrira ses portes en 2016 au Cap (Afrique du Sud).

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A New NewYorker.com: A Note to Our Readers

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A note to our readers about our redesign, and how we’ve opened up our archive for the summer.

 

In February, it will be ninety years since Harold Ross founded The New Yorker.It’s amazing what fruits of his invention persist from that first issue until today: The Talk of the Town, Goings On, and Profiles—a one-pager on Giulio Gatti-Casazza, the impresario of the Metropolitan Opera. (Other departments—Say It with Scandal, Of All Things, and the high-society notes of In Our Midst—were more short-lived.) A chain-smoking, ulcer-inflicting worrier and genius, Ross did not ignore the details. As he wrote to a colleague, “I am forced to acknowledge that we carried an ad for a belching preventative two or three weeks ago, but that was because the advertising manager was asleep.”

And yet, for all his eagle-eyed attention, Ross could not have anticipated all the ways in which his inky corner of the world would change. He and his contemporaries relied solely on paper and the U.S. mail for reproduction and distribution. Since 2001, however, The New Yorker has also meant newyorker.com, a Web site, which has grown immensely, in audience and in substance, particularly in the past few years. And there is now more change on the digital front—in appearance, content, and access.

This week, newyorker.com has a new look. On a desktop, on a tablet, on a phone, the site has become, we believe, much easier to navigate and read, much richer in its offerings, and a great deal more attractive. For months, our editorial and tech teams have been sardined into a boiler room, subsisting only on stale cheese sandwiches and a rationed supply of tap water, working without complaint on intricate questions of design, functionality, access, and what is so clinically called “the user experience.”

 

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Dialogues, from Africa: Juan Orrantia and Alexia Webster

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Dialogues, from Africa is a series made in response to Alejandro Cartagena's running series in fototazo, that wants to extend the dialogue across the Atlantic, but further south. Having been based in Johannesburg for some time now, I have always felt the need to create a space of dialogue where photographers working in Africa and Latin America learn about each other's work, but that is not filtered through the galleries or mainstream media of the global north.


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Mario Pires's curator insight, June 27, 5:24 AM

"Africa is as complex and varied as Latin America, and this series wants to recognize the current engagements of photographers from the continent with their own histories and the current environments of contemporary photography."

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Le concept de sharing city séduit de plus en plus

Le concept de sharing city séduit de plus en plus | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
En 2014, le Cabaret Sauvage de Paris a accueilli la 2è édition du Ouisharefest, grand raout mondial de l'économie collaborative. Bilan par Francesca Pick.

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Comment bâtir une métropole culturelle ? | Culture et Communication

Comment bâtir une métropole culturelle ? | Culture et Communication | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
Montréal est aujourd’hui une métropole qui compte dans le paysage culturel international. Cependant, il y a une douzaine d’années, rien n’était moins sûr du fait de la compartimentation des secteurs culturels (danse, théâtre, cirque, musées, etc.).

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Au-delà du néologisme, quelle portée pour l’« artivisme » ? | AMA | Art Media Agency

Au-delà du néologisme, quelle portée pour l’« artivisme » ? | AMA | Art Media Agency | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it

Le mariage plus ou moins chaotique entre l’art et l’engagement social et politique est loin d’être une invention propre au XXIe siècle. L’histoire de l’art est peuplée d’artistes hérauts de la liberté et engagés pour des causes diverses. Ces liens se sont tout particulièrement renforcés depuis la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle, quand de nombreux artistes ont cherché les points poreux, passerelles et autres interstices entre les deux pôles que sont l’art et l’engagement. Cela a soulevé de nombreux débats théoriques, comme ceux relatifs à la conciliation possible avec l’esthétique. Au siècle suivant, un néologisme a été forgé afin d’évoquer en un terme les créateurs et leurs aspirations politiques et sociales : « artivistes ».

 


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ROBERT ADAMS “THE PLACE WE LIVE”

Joshua Chuang, curator of the Robert Adams exhibition at the Jeu de Paume, “L’endroit où nous vivons,” follows the work of this American photographer from the 1960s…

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Intimes relations à Sète

Intimes relations à Sète | Piquetages photographiques et autres ... | Scoop.it
La 6e édition du festival ImageSingulières présente une sélection d’artistes dont les travaux cernent au plus près l’environnement de leurs sujets.
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