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Londres: An M.B.A. for the Iphone ?

For some artists, a good way to get attention is to share their iPhone photos online, and show them in galleries and photo competition. Although the device is justly celebrated…

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Vincent Cianni –Gays in the military

The American photojournalist traveled for two years across the United States in search of gay veterans who had been victims of discrimination. Portraits were shot with a background of secrecy.…

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New York: Atget at MoMa

The Museum of Modern Art’s new exhibition dedicated to the French photographer Eugène Atget gives visitors the opportunity to rediscover his photographs of vieux Paris and to fully appreciate his…

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Antonio Bolfo –South Bronx

It’s a cop drama for lovers of photojournalism, or vice-versa. The American photographer Antonio Bolfo, represented by Reportage Getty Images, trailed a NYPD squad for two years to create…

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The Photo league: enemy of the F.B.I.

The Photo League was one of the first photography cooperatives and a genuine pioneer in the history of photography. Following an exhibition at the Jewish Museum, the Howard Greenberg Gallery…

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Isabelle Chapuis –Ugly Pretty

Ugly Pretty, La grâce des ingrates (The Grace of the Ungrateful) is the result of a meeting between the photographer Isabelle Chapuis and Kappauf a Paris fashion personality,…

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Of Pictures and Men Robert Stevens

Jonas Cuénin, one of our New York contributors, has a passion for Irving Penn, and one of the photographer’s most famous series in particular: Small Trades. Jonas Cuénin launches a…

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Washington: Annie Leibovitz’s Pilgrimage

To prepare her new project, the photographer Annie Leibovitz had to give up assignments from the magazines that first brought her fame. Produced over a two years period, Pilgrimage seems…


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