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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…).
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There is currently a special exhibition in Los Angeles, and it happens at Little Big Man Gallery, who presents more than four hundred pictures of Tombeau Tokyo, the most recent series by Nobuyoshi Araki. Here, the Japanese photographer’s imagination is clearly focused on the varying stages between life and death.
The oeuvre of the prominent artist Andres Serrano, born in New York in 1950, is both provocative and fascinating. In terms of scale, composition and subject matter his works of art show strong similarities to the work of the Old Masters, but unlike these old paintings Serrano’s work confronts us powerfully and directly with contemporary reality.
Libella has published a wonderful book devoted to the career of the celebrated publisher Robert Delpire and his relationships with his contributors. We’re going to bring you a selection of texts written by him, including some anecdotes and some of his secrets. To begin our series. here is Robert Delpire's personal ABC.
In the landscape of photographers’ agencies, Modds, founded in 2011, is unique. It is run by an unusual team of two young women activists who fiercely defend their artists—eighteen portraitists with strong personalities who continuously sweep the front pages of the most prestigious magazines, such as Vanity Fair, Figaro Madame, as well as Libération and Inrocks.
The FRAC Auvergne is dedicating an exhibition to American photographer Gregory Crewdson that brings together the series Fireflies (1996) and Cathedral of the Pines (2013-2014), both conceived in the town of Becket, Massachusetts, where the artist spent a part of his childhood.
For this third edition of the London Photo Fair, we asked about thirty galleries exhibiting at Somerset House to suggest five photographs to buy on their stand, and to each director to give us the reason for their choice when they wanted to. This week, during three editions of The Eye of Photography - from Wednesday to Friday - you will find a selection of images [...]
Pour commémorer le centenaire de la naissance d’Irving Penn, le Metropolitan Museum of Art a inauguré depuis le mois d’avril une grande exposition pour célébrer un des photographes les plus marquants de notre époque.
Since her magnificent series The Adventures of Guille & Belinda (2009), we have been eagerly awaiting Alessandra Sanguinetti’s next real appearance. Our patience has been rewarded, and the talented Argentinian has emerged from her cocoon of family stories and turned her gaze to beings whose feelings are less accessible to her.
Having spent eighteen years at Magnum, seven as the director of its Paris bureau, Diane Dufour, director of Le Bal, is celebrating its seventieth anniversary by presenting and exhibition titled Magnum Analog Recovery.