This is the release of the spring issue of LIKE, a new photographic publication.
The editor-in-chief Jean-Jacques Farré presents it to us as follows:
The magazine LIKE is a young title in the landscape of the French press.
Our ambition: to give photographers a voice each season and offer visions of photography in all its diversity and creativity for less than €10. LIKE the magazine is above all a moment of reading, a long stop over, a real content. We offer stories, portraits or interviews. And of course lots of photos. In short, good stories, well written (we have the weakness to think so) to be enjoyed without moderation. For this issue, the news has shattered our initial summary. We opened our columns to Philippe de Poulpiquet, great reporter for Le Parisien, Laurent Van der Stockt special correspondent for Le Monde and Ines Gil&Nicolas Cortes a freelance journalist/photographer duo who went to the war in Ukraine. They each tell in their own way the reasons that lead them to this dangerous terrain. Two articles to note in this issue: Élie Kagan, 40 years of demonstrations and activism. 20 pages of an incredible saga. And also the reanimated from Covid of Olivier Roller. It shows the never-before-seen reality of hospitalized patients.
LIKE the magazine is available from our online store: www.touslesjourscurieux.fr
and also in bookstores.