miércoles, 19 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...

L'Oeil de La Lettre

Paris, Hôtel de Ville
Robert Doisneau

Paris is cold, Paris is stuck, Paris is in a bad mood, as a onsequence there was hardly antbody at the Robert Doisneau exhibit at l'Hotel de Ville. 
But, there was in fact Yan Morvan, the eye of La Lettre as well as Robert's two daughters. which gave us this wonderful image...


Berenice Abbott
A retrospective

The exhibition, Berenice Abbott (1898-1991), Photographies on display at the Jeu de Paume Museum of Paris through April 29, 2012, before traveling to the Beaux-arts Museum of Ontario, is the first comprehensive view of this American photographer’s work to be shown in both Fr...

In the archives of...

Life, David E.Sherman
Lee Miller

I lived with Lee Miller and Roland Penrose, he later became her husband, from late 1941 until after the end of the war. It was sort of a ménage à trois, but Roland was in the British army, and so the ménage à trois became a ménage à deux. After the liberation of Paris, Lee and I liv...


Doisneau, Les Halles

Les Halles moved out of Paris, to Rungis ( outside of the city) in 1971, and Victor Baltard’s illustrious pavilions built there in 1866 were, as referred to by Jean-Claude Gautrand in his book about them, “assassinated”. In 2011, the improbable architecture that replaced them will in ...


Lausanne: Aesthetics of the Photomaton

Digital photography wiped out everything in its way. The funerals of silver films were expedited to avoid any resistance. The more the technology seemed outdated, the more its ghosts reappeared in nostalgic interrogations. Traditional methods have become trendy. Above and b...


Paris: Ecole nationale supérieure Louis-Lumière

2012 will be an important year for the Ecole nationale supérieure Louis-Lumière. This school dedicated to the arts of cinema, photography and sound engineering will soon relocate to the Cité Européenne du Cinéma. The Cité is an ambitious project undertaken by the Fren...


New York: Bookmarc
The place

Marc Jacobs and Robert Duffy have a passion for books, so much so that in the age of digital reproduction they opened two bookstores, aptly titled Bookmarc in New York and Los Angeles, in 2010. The shops are boutiques in the best sense of the word, highly curated affairs featuring a def...


Mexico: A mexican in Paris, Yolanda Andrade

The Alliance Française in Mexico City presents the exhibition A mexican in Paris, by Yolanda Andrade, a chant d´amour by the Mexican photographer to Paris.


Ladies and Gentlemen!
The Camera as a Mirror

Ladies and Gentlemen! – The Camera as a Mirror at Moderna Museet in Malmö, Sweden focuses on the art of portrait photography and how artists like Warhol, Mapplethorpe or Fosso creates images that depict people not just as they actually are, but also as they woul...
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