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The Rarely Seen Side Of The Land Of The Rising Sun

The Rarely Seen Side Of The Land Of The Rising Sun | photography art | Scoop.it

A collection of stunning shots capturing life in Japan


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A walk on the dark side with Martin Waltz

A walk on the dark side with Martin Waltz | photography art | Scoop.it

A series of dark images captured by Martin Waltz on the streets of Berlin


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Et si c'était Marin Karmitz qui offrait l'expo la plus poignante de la rentrée? - Sortir - Télérama.fr

Et si c'était Marin Karmitz qui offrait l'expo la plus poignante de la rentrée? - Sortir - Télérama.fr | photography art | Scoop.it
Le fondateur des cinémas MK2 présente sa collection d’art à la Maison Rouge à Paris. Un ensemble qui plonge les visiteurs au cœur de l’humanité. Magistral. 

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#Photographie : Photographies entre le rêve et la réalité par Amélie Berton

#Photographie : Photographies entre le rêve et la réalité par Amélie Berton | photography art | Scoop.it
Amélie Berton est une amoureuse d’art, une photographe française autodidacte. Elle réside à Bruxelles, où elle profite d'un environnement multiculturel ins

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#Photographie : Les années « Peace and Love » : Les portraits intimes d’une jeunesse en rébellion photographiés par un professeur de lycée

#Photographie : Les années « Peace and Love » : Les portraits intimes d’une jeunesse en rébellion photographiés par un professeur de lycée | photography art | Scoop.it
Les années 1960 ont permis à une génération de se libérer des contraintes imposées par d’anciennes valeurs. L’année 1968 fut marquée par une série de révoltes étudiantes un peu partout …

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10 oeuvres interactives remarquables — Septembre 2016

10 oeuvres interactives remarquables — Septembre 2016 | photography art | Scoop.it

Depuis son lancement en avril 2014, j’alimente régulièrement le “Panthéon des Nouvelles Narrations”, une collection de plus de 200 de mes oeuvres interactives favorites. Voici les 10 nouveaux ajouts du mois de septembre 2016, avec au menu de la VR, des robots, du documentaire, de la fiction…


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Des jeunes de BANLIEUE se lancent des défis sur Facebook pour aider les réfugiés - Les Inrocks

Des jeunes de BANLIEUE se lancent des défis sur Facebook pour aider les réfugiés - Les Inrocks | photography art | Scoop.it
Malik Diallo, jeune habitant de Sarcelles et chauffeur-livreur à Paris, a été profondément touché par la situation désolante des réfugiés sans-abri qui tentent de survivre sur les trottoirs du XIXe arrondissement de Paris. Il a voulu leur venir en aide et réuni sa bande de potes pour préparer et distribuer des repas chauds.

Ses amis ont adhéré à son projet avec enthousiasme, bien décidés à “montrer au monde que nos quartiers  ont un cœur”. Les Sarcellois ont cuisiné du tchep, un plat d’Afrique de l’Ouest, fait cuire du riz, concocté des sandwiches et acheté des boissons. Puis “on est parti, à une dizaine de voitures, chargées, explique Diaby, un proche de Malik. à Stalingrad, à porte de La Chapelle” pour distribuer ses repas aux migrants d’abord surpris puis ravis de cette solidarité spontanée et qui les ont remerciés avec chaleur.


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Famo Musa: Capturing Life Through the Lens of a Refugee

Famo Musa: Capturing Life Through the Lens of a Refugee | photography art | Scoop.it
When Somalian refugee Famo Musa came to the United States in 2004, she didn’t speak a word of English. Instead, she embraced her camera and used technology to share her experiences with the world. Now, Musa is using her skills to preserve the family moments that she couldn’t capture as a child, all while challenging stereotypes of refugees.

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Tokyo in Black and White | Photographer: Tatsuo Suzuki

Tokyo in Black and White | Photographer: Tatsuo Suzuki | photography art | Scoop.it

Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki captures the frenetic atmosphere of Tokyo through richly toned black and white street photography. Suzuki’s use of long exposures and high contrast serve to emphasize the overwhelming experience of navigating a massive urban environment. Suzuki’s subjects show a fascinating mix of exhaustion and frantic energy. Some are pictured hurrying past, while others lay passed out in subway seats, clutching their purses. Technology is another interesting element in Suzuki’s images as people focus intently on their phones; seemingly unaware of the city humming around them. 


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Leo Berne sort un livre photo pour présenter la vie terrestre aux aliens

Leo Berne sort un livre photo pour présenter la vie terrestre aux aliens | photography art | Scoop.it
For The Aliens est un livre de photos signé Léo Berne, qui a voulu créer un guide et un lexique pour tous les aliens qui viendraient s'aventurer sur Terre.
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Les Inrocks - Ange Leccia : "Je préfère Brian Eno à Bill Viola"

Les Inrocks - Ange Leccia : "Je préfère Brian Eno à Bill Viola" | photography art | Scoop.it
Une exposition bilan qui se vit à cœur ouvert, où Ange Leccia, cet artiste parmi les pionniers en France de l’utilisation de la vidéo égrène comme à voix basse, au rythme des marées, ses obsessions. Les tumultes de la mer qu’il côtoya comme jeune pêcheur. Le parcours des images dans le monde, flot surnaturel dans une réalité de moins en moins naturelle. La grâce des jeunes filles et leurs promesses solaires. Et une douceur pop teintée d’inquiétude, pour celui qui travailla au contact de Laetitia Casta ou de Christophe.
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Tokyo Noir – Les photos calmes et minimalistes de Hiroharu Matsumoto

Tokyo Noir – Les photos calmes et minimalistes de Hiroharu Matsumoto | photography art | Scoop.it
Une sélection des photographies en noir et blanc de Hiroharu Matsumoto, un photographe japonais qui capture avec talent l'atmosphère calme et sereine de Tokyo,

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Tokyo Noir – Les photos calmes et minimalistes de Hiroharu Matsumoto

Tokyo Noir – Les photos calmes et minimalistes de Hiroharu Matsumoto | photography art | Scoop.it
Une sélection des photographies en noir et blanc de Hiroharu Matsumoto, un photographe japonais qui capture avec talent l'atmosphère calme et sereine de Tokyo,

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Focusing Your Fuji in the Dark

Focusing Your Fuji in the Dark | photography art | Scoop.it

Focusing in the dark is difficult with any camera system, but can be particularly challenging with mirrorless systems. Low light can mean that contrast is low, the subject you want to focus on is too dim for the camera to recognise, or that there isn’t even enough light for your eyes to see. These are all challenging situations for your camera to focus.


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Urban jungles

Urban jungles | photography art | Scoop.it

Check out entries to NatGeo's cities travel photographer of the year competition


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#Photographie : Magnificent Photographs of Dancers in the Streets

#Photographie : Magnificent Photographs of Dancers in the Streets | photography art | Scoop.it
Photo-journaliste installé à Singapour, Shawn Danker a monté le projet « Shall We Dance » pour lequel il photographie des danseurs hors

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#Photographie : Irving Penn, entrez dans un monde magique

#Photographie : Irving Penn, entrez dans un monde magique | photography art | Scoop.it
Irving Penn, c’est le siècle passé qui défile sous nos yeux, transfiguré par le regard d’un maître. Qu’il photographie les « hommes de boue » de Nouvelle-Guinée

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[Paris 13è] “Sky's The Limit”, film VERTIGINEUX sur le graffiti XXL... A voir sur Télérama.fr 

[Paris 13è] “Sky's The Limit”, film VERTIGINEUX sur le graffiti XXL... A voir sur Télérama.fr  | photography art | Scoop.it
Ce documentaire immersif de Jérôme Thomas raconte l'histoire du muralisme moderne : discipline spectaculaire du street art où des “peintres de l'extrême” réalisent des fresques monumentales sur des immeubles. Disponible en avant-première pendant 48 heures à partir du dimanche 18 décembre.

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MAI TABAKIAN AU MOBILE HOME | Agenda | Ecoles Municipales Artistiques : site officiel

MAI TABAKIAN AU MOBILE HOME | Agenda | Ecoles Municipales Artistiques : site officiel | photography art | Scoop.it
Le travail de Mai Tabakian, vivant et travaillant à Paris, a été récemment montré dans des lieux tels que Le Monastère royal de Brou à Bourg-en-Bresse, le Museum Bellerive à Zürich, Le Rijswijk Museum aux Pays-Bas, The National Centre for Craft and Design à Sleaford (Royaume-Uni) et le Musée Jean-Lurçat et de la tapisserie contemporaine à Angers.

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Dreams of homeless people portrait photography by Horia Manolache

Dreams of homeless people portrait photography by Horia Manolache | photography art | Scoop.it
San Francisco based photographer, Horia Manolache is currently working on a new project "The Prince and the Pauper", which is so aptly named, consider
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Incredible pictures taken by growing army of female war photographers

Incredible pictures taken by growing army of female war photographers | photography art | Scoop.it
A growing number of female photographers are putting themselves on the front line of conflicts across the world, to capture harrowing images which, at times, their male counterparts can't.
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Aris Messinis : "Avec mes photos, je cherche à vous choquer, vous mettre en colère"

Aris Messinis : "Avec mes photos, je cherche à vous choquer, vous mettre en colère" | photography art | Scoop.it
Le photographe grec Aris Messinis, sacré au festival Visa pour l'image, raconte à "l'Obs" son travail au long cours sur les migrants en Grèce.
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Interview avec Ryan McGinley : Nudists of the subterrain - L'Œil de la photographie

Interview avec Ryan McGinley : Nudists of the subterrain - L'Œil de la photographie | photography art | Scoop.it
Depuis 2004, vous avez pris la route tous les ans. Comment cette façon de travailler a-t-elle pu rester passionnante pendant plus de dix ans?
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Aerial Photos Show how Apartheid Still Shapes South African Cities

Aerial Photos Show how Apartheid Still Shapes South African Cities | photography art | Scoop.it
An American used drones to capture the color lines still stark in South African cities.

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Richard Aitchison's curator insight, March 9, 10:13 AM
"I agree with you, I think that the images are chilling. And they communicate so well what is otherwise a very complicated and nuanced issue to discuss—separation, segregation, history, disenfranchisement. But the images cut right to the heart of the matter, which is that these separations are not right" This is a quote in the article from the man that took the pictures (Johnny Miller). These photos show us the lines of segregation that continues even in a post Apartheid South Africa. These are amazing images and really quite unbelievable. We think of different segregation here in America, but what these photos show are unlike anything that I have personally seen.  As stated in the article the author hopes to create conversations about these separations. We see planned spatial separations that we created by city planners and we must used these as lessons going forward and as jumping off points to discuss. These shocking images can help inform us as a society that we must improve our social issues and if we don't we will continue to see issues like this grow both here in South Africa and around the world. One can see while tensions would be so high as a clear divide in living standards can rightfully cause anger. Eventually this anger leads to hate and this hate leads to an up rise in the people. 
Katie Kershaw's curator insight, March 31, 4:23 PM
South Africa is one of the few countries that has a similar history in regards to racial segregation as America.  What makes their case unique is that the African population was there first and the English came in and created a system in which they were superior.  Although they have been officially desegregated for almost 20 years, these photos show that there are still underlying issues that exist.  These photos reveal that on one side of a particular area, the homes look like a typical suburban area where right across from that there are areas that resemble slums.  The areas that are more developed and wealthy have a majority white population and the poorer, less developed areas have large black populations.  The affects of segregation are long lasting and not solved overnight.  Just because government policies say that discrimination on a racial basis is illegal, doesn’t mean that society will neatly reorganize itself.  I think that the craziest part of this for me was that even the landscaping is vastly different despite the closeness of the two areas.  The wealthier part has lush green and the poorer parts have dirt and sand.  This an example of physical geography providing evidence for a societal separation.
David Stiger's curator insight, November 10, 6:22 PM
Just because a formal social construct - an idea in the human mind - changes, does not mean that change, or desire to alter course, is reflected in the real world. While the idea of apartheid in South Africa came to an end, the real world in the form of urban geography has yet to catch up. The urban planning under apartheid still carries the legacy of color codes and demarcated boundaries between "races" in order to cement socioeconomic inequity. This situation in South Africa is similar to the United States after the Civil Rights movement ended the era of Jim Crow. Even though laws were passed, the geography remained largely untouched. Black neighborhoods remained socially and economically segregated - the only difference being that the law did not mandate this. The law never stipulated geographic changes or economic prescriptions like wealth redistribution. It turns out that human geography and philosophical principles can be at odds with each other, as demonstrated by the aerial photographs of South African cities. 
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Miyako Ishiuchi a photographié la garde-robe de Frida Kahlo | Le Nouvel Observateur

Miyako Ishiuchi a photographié la garde-robe de Frida Kahlo | Le Nouvel Observateur | photography art | Scoop.it

La photographe japonaise Miyako Ishiuchi a immortalisé les vêtements et objets personnels de l'artiste mexicaine, gardés intacts dans sa salle de bain inviolée pendant cinquante ans...


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