Created in 1954 by Eddy Barclay then developed by Franck Ténot and Daniel Filipacchi with Philippe Carles, Jazz Magazine, the reference magazine of jazz lovers, celebrates its 65th anniversary in 2019. This unpublished exhibition at the Mandarine gallery is a highlight.
“Jazz Magazine, relying today on its formidable historical potential, symbolic and its unique place in the panorama of the French press, is a brand in itself, a vector of jazz as” lifestyle “and an observer privileged of nearly 100 years of music. In collaboration with the Mandarine Gallery, we have drawn from our archive of nearly 17,000 documents to offer the public rare moments, captured by the greatest photographers of the time. You’ll find the unmatched presence of a Miles Davis, the elegance inspired by Bill Evans, one of the finest pianists of the century, the relaxed Parisian Chet Baker, lovers, not forgetting Duke Ellington pursued by his fans, Lionel Hampton preparing to take control of a single-engine or the fantasies of Terry Clark on stage. Moments of emotion, today part of our collective cultural memory. (…)
Édouard Rencker “Director of the publication of Jazz Magazine & Mandarine Gallery.
The Mandarine Gallery & Jazz Magazine, associated with the Saint Germain-Des-Près Jazz Festival, presents a collection of the most beautiful photographs published by the magazine for 65 years. Sale of photographic prints and a catalog of all the images on display.
Photographs: Guiseppe Pino, Herman Leonard, Herve Gloaguen, Paola Benzi, Bernard Leloup, Christina Fauchard, Chuck Stewart, Daniel Filipacchi, Jean-Francois Laberine, Joakim Bertrand, Phil Stern.
The prints of the exhibition are made by the e – Center laboratory.
from May 15 to June 21, 2019
15 rue de Seine