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Light & Shadows - CHANE-MOUYE

Light & Shadows - CHANE-MOUYE | Photography | Scoop.it
light & shadows, street photography, photography de rue, candid picture, jeff chane-mouye, jeff chanemouye, aix en provence, marseille, france
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ZZYZX de Gregory Halpern : le futur de la photographie américaine par Antoine Zabajewski

ZZYZX de Gregory Halpern : le futur de la photographie américaine par Antoine Zabajewski | Photography | Scoop.it
Le livre ZZYZX du photographe Gregory Halpern, c'est Los Angeles vue comme une ville post-apocalyptique, magique et contradictoire.
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Les coups de cœur # 321: Benjamin Filarski et Pauline Dupin

Les coups de cœur # 321: Benjamin Filarski et Pauline Dupin | Photography | Scoop.it
Benjamin Filarski s’intéresse à l’urbanisation de Phnom Penh, et Pauline Dupin au sujet de l’accouchement à la maison. Voici nos coups de cœur.
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Oui, le cinéma est utile : Hervé Chatel rend hommage au cinéma

Oui, le cinéma est utile : Hervé Chatel rend hommage au cinéma | Photography | Scoop.it
Le 14 mars, écran noir pour les cinémas français. Coup dur pour le photographe de rue Hervé Chatel, passionné par le 7e art. "Nuit américaine" n'est pas qu'une balade dans les rues parisiennes, c'est un véritable hommage au milieu.
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The December 2020 issue of Street Photography Magazine is now available

The December 2020 issue of Street Photography Magazine is now available | Photography | Scoop.it
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The best photographs of 2020 – and the stories behind them | Culture | The Guardian

The best photographs of 2020 – and the stories behind them | Culture | The Guardian | Photography | Scoop.it
From an apocalyptic Australian dust storm to elephants scavenging in Kenya and goats roaming Llandudno – photographers recall how they grabbed some of the most eye-catching images of the year. Selected by features picture editor Sarah Gilbert
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Muge travels the Yangtze River, tenderly photographing communities displaced by flooding

Muge travels the Yangtze River, tenderly photographing communities displaced by flooding | Photography | Scoop.it
For 20 years, the Chinese photographer has followed the devastations left in the wake of the construction of a colossal and controversial dam
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101 Pictures - Photographs by Tom Wood | Book review by Mark Durden

101 Pictures - Photographs by Tom Wood | Book review by Mark Durden | Photography | Scoop.it
Dipping into an archive comprising over 30 years of work, many of these 101 photographs pay tribute to Tom Wood’s mastery of color street photography and his love of humanity in and around Liverpool and Merseyside...
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Sebastião Salgado: EXODUS

Sebastião Salgado: EXODUS | Photography | Scoop.it
Sebastião Salgado. "EXODUS" is an exhibition that highlights how Salgado urgently campaigned for social justice and peace, and long before he gained wide public acclaim with his project "GENESIS" or the documentary, "The Salt of the Earth" (2014) by Wim Wenders.
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FILM: Helena: Every Day Is A Morning After –

FILM: Helena: Every Day Is A Morning After – | Photography | Scoop.it
We are proud to present Helena: Every Day Is A Morning After created by documentarian Jim Mortram as an exhibition film of his body of work Every Day Is A Morning After.The film was part of Photo …...
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LA VIE NUE by Antoine d'Agata

« En découvrant les photos d’Antoine d’Agata qui nous sont parvenues pendant le confinement, l’idée d’un film pour la 3e Scène s’est vite imposée.
Une occasion de témoigner de ce moment où la création ne pouvait plus s’exprimer dans des théâtres fermés, mais par des formes inattendues. Bien loin de l’art lyrique, La vie nue témoigne de ce temps suspendu, de ces hôpitaux débordés et de ces villes désolées. »

La vie nue nous entraîne dans un voyage halluciné, depuis le décor incandescent de la ville confinée, où les rares rescapés errent sans raison, jusque dans l’hôpital, où les gestuelles des soignants et patients porteurs du virus deviennent rituels de vie et de mort. Antoine d’Agata transforme ces espaces opaques en un théâtre d’ombres vidé de tout semblant de réalité et oblitère la surface même des choses, l’épiderme des êtres et du monde, pour en révéler la dimension tragique.

Réalisation : Antoine d'Agata

LA 3E SCENE
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“When we discovered the photos that Antoine d’Agata took during the lockdown, we immediately thought of shooting a film for the 3e Scène. We saw it as an occasion to reveal this moment where creation cannot be expressed in closed theatres, but through unexpected media. Far from the operatic art, The bare life shows time standing still in these overcrowded hospitals and desolate cities.”

The bare life draws us into a hallucinating journey: from the incandescent set of a city under lockdown, with the rare survivors wandering aimlessly, to a hospital where the nurses and the patients carrying the virus are applying a daily ritual of life and death gestures. Antoine d’Agata transforms these opaque spaces into a theatre of shadows, freed from all pretences of reality, and obliterates the very surface of things, the skin of beings and the skin of the world, only to better reveal its tragic dimension.

Directors : Antoine d'Agata

LA 3E SCENE
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Gregory Crewdson - Untitled, Summer (Summer Rain) from the series « Beneath the Roses », 2004 —

Gregory Crewdson - Untitled, Summer (Summer Rain) from the series « Beneath the Roses », 2004 — | Photography | Scoop.it
Une pluie d’été... On peut se l’imaginer de bien des façons, parfois exotique comme la mousson s’abattant sur un paysage tropical, mais se la représenter comme Gregory Crewdson nous la présente dans Untitled, « Summer Rain » relève d’un imaginaire peu commun, qui ne laisse en rien
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Campagne de Valéry Giscard d’Estaing : « Un photographe avec le candidat, c’était nouveau à l’époque »

Campagne de Valéry Giscard d’Estaing : « Un photographe avec le candidat, c’était nouveau à l’époque » | Photography | Scoop.it
En 1974, David Burnett, reporter photographe à l’agence Gamma, a suivi toute la campagne présidentielle de Valéry Giscard d’Estaing. Retour en images.
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Tyler Shields Interview // Intentionality with Photography

“Considered the Andy Warhol of his generation, Tyler Shields has produced images that play with notions of the gaze, power structures, hyper-realism, iconoclastic-tendencies, and cinematographic practice, but his Mouthful series of works are among his best known” – Sotheby’s How many people actually make a living selling their prints as a photographer? The number is really tiny, then to have your work in galleries all over the world is remarkable. In this episode, Tyler shares about his work and the intentionality that goes behind making a print. Taking the photo with the print in mind, coming up with concepts for shoots, how he got started and so much more.
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Les coups de cœur #305 : Julie Baijer et Camille Brasselet

Les coups de cœur #305 : Julie Baijer et Camille Brasselet | Photography | Scoop.it
Julie Baijer capture les lignes géométriques de l’espace urbain, et Camille Brasselet le contraste entre le corps et son environnement.
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Les coups de cœur #320 : Marjolein Martinot et Willy Vecchiato

Les coups de cœur #320 : Marjolein Martinot et Willy Vecchiato | Photography | Scoop.it
C’est la poésie qui inspire Marjolein Martinot et Willy Vecchiato. L'un la trouve grâce à sa famille nombreuse, l'autre dans les recoins sombres du monde.
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Photobooks of the Year 2020/Welcome to the Castle –

Photobooks of the Year 2020/Welcome to the Castle – | Photography | Scoop.it
"Earlier this year, there were some high-profile twitterstorms, in which particular left-identifying figures were ‘called out’ and condemned. What these figures had said was sometimes objectionable; but nevertheless, the way in which they were personally vilified and hounded left a horrible residue:
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Beautiful Creatures by Seigar

Beautiful Creatures by Seigar | Photography | Scoop.it
This series shows eight ladies as beautiful creatures in a natural pool. This set belongs to the third part of the project entitled "1 2 3 No Hashtags" which fights against any type of discrimination and prejudice and aims for equality.
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Bluetits and Bluebells: Essex's open water swimmers – a photo essay | Life and style | The Guardian

Bluetits and Bluebells: Essex's open water swimmers – a photo essay | Life and style | The Guardian | Photography | Scoop.it
With fewer people travelling abroad this year, open water swimming has gained popularity in Essex, particularly among women. Photographs by Stefan Rousseau. Written by Sam Russell
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Susan Sontag’s Radical Views Still Shape How We See Photography

Susan Sontag’s Radical Views Still Shape How We See Photography | Photography | Scoop.it

Photography, more than any other art form, is subject to intense moral scrutiny. We question the proliferation of violent images, worry about subjects’ consent to be photographed, fear that manipulated pictures will create harmful misreadings of critical issues, and fret that taking pictures excessively diminishes our ability to experience the world. These concerns can feel immediate and timely, yet before the close of the 1970s, writer Susan Sontag had already articulated all of these concerns.

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Moyra Peralta, Photographer | Spitalfields Life

Moyra Peralta, Photographer | Spitalfields Life | Photography | Scoop.it

Recalling the days when she and her partner, Rodger, studied under Jorge Lewinsky in the sixties, Moyra revealed the basis of her vision. “

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Street photography; Stolen Portraits by Michele Punturieri

Street photography; Stolen Portraits by Michele Punturieri | Photography | Scoop.it
Fleeting moments in life captured in the most classic street-photography style over a decade ranging from 2008 to 2018. All around Europe. From Lisbon to Edinburgh, passing through Dublin, Vienna, Amsterdam, Madrid and the London Soho.
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Idyllic photos of the Welsh Valleys in the ’70s

Idyllic photos of the Welsh Valleys in the ’70s | Photography | Scoop.it
In the 1970s, photographer Robin Weaver set out to capture the close-knit communities within a deprived area of Wales, to celebrate optimism amid economic strife.
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Tokyo Noise (2002 Documentary)

Tokyo, the metropolis of sound, movement and culture. We experience the city through interviews with the world known photographer Nobuyoshi Araki, the game designer Shono, the musician Mayuko Hino and others. The participants give their view on Robotics, shintoism, “love hotels” and a photoclub specialized in images on mount Fuji.
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"Made in Japan", le Japon en noir et blanc de Vincent Pruchon

"Made in Japan", le Japon en noir et blanc de Vincent Pruchon | Photography | Scoop.it
Vincent Pruchon a un lien fort avec le Japon. "La culture et la civilisation japonaises me passionnent et j'aime observer les japonais, les voir se déplacer, travailler, rire, pour résumer les voir vivre dans cette immense ville qu'est Tokyo, ainsi je les photographie dans leur environnement, on peut dire que je fais de la photographie […]
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Sofa Sessions: Conversations with Martin Parr - Chris Killip

This Sofa Session - coinciding with The Station exhibition, on display at the Martin Parr Foundation 20 SEPT to 24 DEC 2020 - is dedicated to the life and work of Chris Killip (1946-2020). Chris talks about his working process � and the values that underlie his photographic practice. He touches upon his transition from making portraits using a 5x4 camera and tripod on the Isle of Man, to photographing the industrial North East of England using flash in the daytime ⚡☀️ He elaborates on the value of spending extended periods of time getting to know your subjects and the re-discovery of The Station images by his son Matthew, which led to the current exhibition � This conversation was filmed in June 2018 when Chris visited the Foundation in Bristol. See Chris Killip publications on the MPF online shop here: https://www.martinparrfoundation.org/shop/?swoof=1&woof_text=chris%20killip
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