martes, 9 de octubre de 2012

Brussels fotofever, le Corbusier, Eric Johnson, Elias Wessel




Fotofever 2012

Last sunday, ended the second edition of fotofever. After Paris last November, the festival was etablished in Brussels, from October 4 to 7, in the buldings of Tour & Taxis. Cécile Shall, founder and director of the festival aims to show to the visitors the diversity of contemporary photogra...


Fotofever 2012: Diary of Matthieu Wolmark

Fotofever opened it doors last friday along the canal in Brussels. Around 60 “European” gallerists are exhibiting at this photography fair, little sister to Fotofever Paris, which opened there in 2011. As a sort of distant homage to the commercial evolution of our developed c...


Fotofever 2012: Anna Orlowska, lauréate

fotoprize, a new prize created by fotofever, accompanies a young photographer taking his or her first steps into the art market. fotofever is offering Anna Orlowska, winner of the first fotoprize, a solo exhibition during its art fair in Brussels, from October 4 – 7, 2012. So...


Australia: Louise Whelan
At Our Table

Award-winning Australian photographer Louise Whelan’s At Our Table exhibition is now on in Sydney as part of the Crave Food Festival, which runs for the month of October. Whelan’s images capture the diversity of Australia’s multi-cultural society, and are part of a larger photo...


Yasuhiro Ishimoto Gifts to a Friend

Yasuhiro Ishimoto, who died earlier this year, was a photographer who loved lines and curves. The Parker Stephenson Gallery is paying tribute to Ishimoto with an exhibition of his work. The fifteen reproductions on display are images that the photographer would send as a gift every...


Brighton Photo Fringe 2012

What impresses most about Brighton Photo Fringe is the speed with which it has grown from a local festival into a major event that welcomes more than 250 artists. Since its beginning, the festival has counted on the interaction of the works on display. The innovative program pushes the boun...


Switzerland: Le Corbusier et la photographie

La Chaux-de-Fonds in Switzerland, the hometown of the celebrated architect Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, aka Le Corbusier (1887-1965), is celebrating the 125th anniversary of his birth with a series of events: exhibitions, a new publication, and a symposium held at the end of...


Etienne Bertrand Weill
Les "vertiges du corps"

As part of Paris Photo and the Mois de la Photo in Paris, in partnership with the Centro per la fotografia dello spettacolo de San Miniato and the Archives Etienne Bertrand Weil, the Bibliothèque Nationale de France is presenting Vertige du corps through November 18, 20...


World Press Photo 2013
Call for applications

World Press Photo invites photojournalists from Algeria, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia to apply to participate in the first of three Reporting Change workshops. The first workshop will focus on the development of the participant’s technical, journalistic and visual...


Hervé All - Women Lightscape

When he was twelve, Hervé All experienced dematerialization of his body during an acute appendicitis attack (NDE, near death experience). In 2001, he lived for one year in Mexico, with las Abejas community of Acteal, there he was introduced to mysticism by local people and peyote. Inevi...


Elias Wessel - There Must Be More To Life

The fashion photographer Elias Wessel exhibited a series at the ADC Gallery featuring Amanda Lepore, a New York nightlife icon and former muse to David LaChappelle. After meeting during Fashion Week in 2011, the American transexual agreed to appear in the extravagant stagings...


Eric Johnson: From the Beginning by Miss Rosen

The year was 1986. The club was Area. It was located down in Tribeca, when it was the neighborhood, before the larges-scale conversion of the empty industrial spaces into the most exclusive addresses downtown. Back in the mid-80s, Area epitomized all that was exciting a...


Arthur Drooker: Pie Town Revisited

Pie Town Revisited is an exploration of history and memory through photography. Pie Town is a remote community on the Continental Divide in New Mexico, about 160 miles southwest of Albuquerque. Population: 70, maybe. It has no stores, no sidewalks, not even a stoplight. It’...


Paris: The 3 winners of l'ANI

At the Galerie du Bar Floréal from October 6 through 26, L’Association Nationale des Iconographes (ANI) will present three photographers whose work was selected during the Visa pour l’Image photojournalism festival 2011 in Perpignan. Last March, a jury met to elect the three winners from...


2013 World Press Photo: Gary Knight Chairman

World Press Photo announce that the jury of the 2013 World Press Photo Contest will be chaired by Gary Knight, UK, founder photographer of VII Photo Agency. He will be supported by an international jury of 18 leading professionals in the f...
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