sábado, 15 de diciembre de 2012

The two portfolios of the Year of Le Journal

Weekend Portfolios15.12.2012



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...

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The two portfolios of the Year of Le Journal

24 votes, 24 votes was the difference between the two portfolios of Anja Hitzenberger and Carlos Ayesta & Guillaume Bression. In the spirit of christmas, we decide to publish the two portfolios.

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Anja Hitzenberger

Anja Hitzenberger is a photographer, filmmaker and video artist whose work focuses on the body and its relationship to architecture and space. Her work has been exhibited throughout Europe, the United States, South America and Asia, and published internationally in magazines, books and newspapers. ...

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Anja Hitzenberger
Chinese Fast Food

This series — shot in the fall of 2011 in a temporary food court set up inside Beijing’s Olympic Park — reveals a visually and viscerally overloaded fast-food culture that may make some mouths water and other bellies ache. Concentrating on the saturated visual displays of the foo...

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Carlos Ayesta & Guillaume Bression

Carlos Ayesta (b. 1985 in Caracas) works as a freelance photographer. He is specialized in architecture photography. Guillaume Bression has been living in Japan since more than a year. He covered the tsunami crisis and the Fukushima nuclear disaster for various newspapers, magazines...

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Carlos Ayesta, Guillaume Bression : Clair Obscur

There is a 1000 square kilometer no man’s land surrounding the Fukushima nuclear power plant. This dead zone is undoubtedly the most brutal and visible trace of the nuclear accident. More than 110,000 people had to pack their bags and leave ghost towns behind them.
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