lunes, 17 de diciembre de 2012

The Best Of Le Journal




Happy Holidays !

Le Journal is on a well-deserved vacation. This has been an eventful season for photography, to say the least. Not everyone is on vacation, though. A few of us are staying behind to prepare your Christmas present: a full redesign of Le Journal. Let’s hope Santa isn’t too late. For the next s...


Philippe Garner Collecting photography

Philippe Garner, International Director of Photography at Christie’s, “Collecting Photography, a passion” provides a reflection about photography’s inevitable entry into the art market. Fascinated by photographs since the early 1960s, when I started systematical...

Weekend Portfolio

A. Paduano : Vivre dans les égouts de Bucarest

Hungry, cold, with nothing to do but wait: these are the boschetari, inhabitants of the sewers of Bucharest. The central train station is the heart of their life. Dozens of children sleep on the floor, overseen by one Bruce Lee (no relation). They come together every a...

Weekend Portfolio

Gary Calderwood
5 Days in NYC

I am 65 years old and for 55 of those years I have thought of myself as a photographer. I am a classically trained photographer, BFA, and studied with two zone system masters, Minor White and Ansel Adams. Aesthetically, my inspiration was from the greats such as Bruce Davidson and Pete...


Paris, Portrait of a City
Jean-Claude Gautrand

The first, is a photographer and historian, and the second is an editor, they are not on their first round of attempts. In 1999, Jean-Claude Gautrand released “Paris mon amour“ followed by monographs by photographers working in Paris, its secret hideouts, its popular ...


10 Years of Photography in Schools

The book La photographie par les enfants explores 10 years of school photography. The photography in school project that began in 2001 has been displayed annually at the Maison de la Photographie Robert Doisneau in Gentilly. What initially began in the primary schools of ...

Art and commerce

Photographic visit in Barcelona

Véronique Sutra, former editor at Magnum, moved to Barcelona a few months ago. She gives us a photographic tour of the city, focussing on two galleries in particular: ValidFoto and TagoMago: these are two names to keep in mind when talking about photography galleries in Barcelona. Sure...

Weekend Portfolio

Artur Sikora
Coffee Flavour

The idea of “Coffee flavour” project (carried on since 2009) was inspired by film “Coffee and cigarettes” by Jim Jarmusch. Presented series are portraits of personalities rather than people themselves, personalities shown through human thoughts and the moments in which they were born, qu...


A New Magazine Hits the Stands

A photography magazine that doesn't just cover new camera equipment is rather difficult to find in France, apart from a few bastions like Photo, Images Magazineand De l'Air. So the arrival of a new bimonthly magazine dedicated to contemporary photography should be ca...


La Lettre de l'Académie
Long Live Photography

Since the Spring of 2006, when photography entered the Beaux Arts Academy with the election of two photographers, this venerable French institution has been publishing the “Lettre de l'Académie des Beaux-Arts". Arnaud d'Hauterives, perpetual secretary, is the publicati...


Boris Mikhailov in Paris Tea, coffee, cappucino

The Suzanne Tarasieve Gallery in Paris is showing works by Ukrainian photographer Boris Mikhailov for the fourth time, featuring the series, Tea, Coffee, Cappucino taken between 2000 and 2010. The Loft 19 Gallery is also featuring a series enti...
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