The Eye Photography: World Photography Art History, Latest News and Photography Events
The Eye of Photography is the ultimate digital magazine where everything about photography art is published daily, highlighted, discussed and archived for all professionals and amateurs, in English and French. Its Agenda compiles the most comprehensive selection of photography events in the world (photography exhibitions, art fairs, awards, lectures, workshops…).
Today's Photography Headlines
Your holiday pictures: Jacques Revon
Your holiday pictures: Patrick Flandrin
Your holiday pictures: Pierre-Yves Rospabé
Your holiday pictures: Agnès Vergnes
Autoportraits de Famille #3: À bout de bras, Guillaume Geneste
from June 25th, 2019 to August 25th, 2019
Workshop: Phototherapy, by Emilie Danchin
Belgium & Switzerland
from September 19th, 2019 to November 22nd, 2020
Nicolas Baghir, Photographic Passports
14 Rue des Jardins Saint-Paul, 75004 Paris, France
from June 13th, 2019 to July 27th, 2019
Louis Vuitton City Guide Arles
Louis Vuitton Pop-up Book Store - Le Buste et l'Oreille
3, rue du Président-Wilson 13200 Arles, France
from July 1st, 2019 to September 22nd, 2019
Swiss Life 4 Hands Prize 2020-2021 Call for entries
Prix Swiss Life à 4 mains
from July 1st, 2019 to November 1st, 2019
Paddle8 & The Little Black Gallery launch Boys! Boys! Boys! Storefront
BOYS! BOYS! BOYS! STOREFRONT
from June 25th, 2019 to July 25th, 2019
With an audience of over 100,000 enjoying free admission to the exhibitions and screenings by 80 local and international photographers, the Yangon Photo Festival has turned into the most important photography event in South-East Asia.
Giorgio Armani is a most well-known name, almost a legend in the fashion system and far beyond. He was always interested in the crucial role images and photography play in communicating his work and his stile all around the world. The Eye of Photography interviews him on this theme.
First published in 1954, Das Auge der Liebe (The Eye of Love) by the Swiss photographer René Groebli is a small book featuring images that were made during the honeymoon with his wife Rita in France.
Not so long ago I had a growing migraine attack while lying in bed on a Saturday morning. Migraines were new to me so I was surprised to sense tingling spreading across my limbs. I suddenly felt something pop in my head and pulse through me. Right then paralysis took me over like a wave would.
One late October evening in 1998, art enthusiasts streamed into the eighteenth-century Maison de la Chimie on Paris’s Left Bank. They came for the first of six auctions of Picasso memorabilia, books, and photographs owned by Dora Maar, or Madame Henriette Markovitch, a former photographer whose love affair with the great Spanish modernist spanned the tumultuous years between the Spanish Civil War and the end of the Second World War.
L’année dernière, le photographe Neil Slavin avait réalisé pour nous une photographie de groupe avec tous les galeristes de la foire de l’AIPAD de New York. Cette année, nous avons choisi de tous les photographier, un par un. 123 galeristes venus du monde entier. Tous se sont prêtés au jeu.
A week ago, we invited you to send us photographs symbolizing tolerance and showing the beauty of differences between human beings. Many of you have already responded to this call and many of you have sent images to us. We offer you today a first selection of twenty photographs of this evolving collection. It is your project, our project, and we would like to thank you.
The individuality of Erwin Blumenfeld’s work lies in the photographer’s constant will to link order with artistic references. This photographer pays his debt to knowledge and to art. We can see its confusion, Renaissance painting, Impressionism, the modernity of the 1920s, Dadism, cinema etc.
My Claudine. All our exchanges started like this, by this possessive, affectionate absurdity, and there’s no reason to change it. You went to join, among others, Jacques Massadian, Jean François Bizet, Michel Antoine Burnier, and Léon Mercadet. Certainly, they’re celebrating, happy to have you back, and me, I am immensely sad.
Clamorous wrath afflicts death, feeding newly ripe celebration. Ren Hang and I are the same age. It is vast feeling connected to such a bizarrely unique and quintessentially necessary stranger. The body begets its own restrictions, its exploration exploits freedoms. There are depths beyond its sticky fumble.