Nacio Jan Brown

For a period of years, beginning in the mid-1960s, Nacio Brown photographed virtually all of the major anti-war and social protest movement activities in the San Francisco Bay Area. THE LEICA CAMERA BLOG

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Camille Rousseau & Julien Mignot

Les Invisibles

exhibition Studio J'Adore ce que vous faites
23 passage Dubail

One print medium, two expressions. First you see the icone, the deep black, you guess, you perceive. And then, you approach and see. Blur and accurate. You dive then back. Why stop?

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© Harley Weir

Harley Weir is a London-born, Berlin-based photographer.

I just want to move someone. It doesn’t really matter what emotion it is really—whether someone’s disgusted, or it reminds them of love or anything like that. Any emotion, I would be very happy. It’s so difficult to move people.

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Alberto García Alix

Un horizonte falso (A false horizon) is “a world of altered presences trapped in an instant of eternal silence. Here the visible is a metaphor of itself and of a thought. Thought as a revelation fuelled in a monologue that is stretched over a horizon. A false horizon...”

"DES FAUX HORIZONS", at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie (MEP), Paris
from 21 October 2014 to 25 January 2015.

The exhibition is organised by the MEP with the collaboration, in addition to AC/E, of the artist’s main galleries: Kamel Mennour (Paris) and Juana de Aizpuru (Madrid).

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Is it because..

.. we are on Monday that I feel like beginning this week with this silence?

Groundcherry Kiss (2014)

Director: Director Lisa Rovner’s delectable tryst for The Gourmand
Groundcherry Kiss was born out of my memory of Funeral Parade of Roses, a Japanese film by Toshio Matsumoto set in 1960s gay countercultural Tokyo. There’s one scene where it’s just a couple kissing—I’d seen it years ago and it really stuck with me. I loved the camera work, the camera as witness. I also loved working within the constraints of 16mm film. We only had 11 minutes to play with, only 11 minutes to get it right. No special effects here. It just is what it is.

“It’s a real couple and there’s no denying the intensity between them”

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© Csilla Klenyánszki

My work is photography based, however I find it important, that step by step I start to use other media as well. My process is quite intuitive, which starts with a fascination about a certain form or function.

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Dirk Braeckman

My work isn’t divided into series, periods or subjects; it just goes on, continuously.

Comment photographier quelque chose m'importe plus que la chose elle même.

Du 07 novembre 2014 au 04 janvier 2015
au Bal
6, Impasse de la Défense
75018 Paris

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Satoshi Saïkusa

Satoshi was born in Japan in 1959. He arrived in Paris in 1984 and began shooting in 1986. In 1988 he began to direct advertising films. One of his last projects presents reconstituted, cut portraits in pinned pellets. It was presented at Art Fair Art Paris (DA-END Gallery, Paris)

Louise Bourgeois , pastilles épinglées, tirage argentique, 158 x 187cm, 2013

obtained from nine cut silver prints, in which the photographer slips all kinds of elements to give depth to the portrait of Louise Bourgeois. With reference to the spider symbol of the mother in the work of visual artist, Satoshi pinned in a true spider portrait and left a spider walking path inside the frame and weave its web.

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art-s - 2014.06.16

Deniz Saylan

Deniz Saylan began his career as a photojournalist in some of the world's most renowned news hotspots. These experiences greatly influenced him, leading to the development of his own unique style.
As well as a unique way of using lighting, his photography is characterized by an eye for the essential details. His impressive portrait photography is said to give an insight into people’s souls.
His work is published in magazines such as American Express, Time Magazine, CFO, Die Zeit, Manager Magazine, Wirtschaftswoche and Stern, among others.

In his last project "Body Brush" that can be seen at the Urban Art Gallery in Stuttgart Deniz captured the final rehearsals of the New English Ballet Theater, NEBT and The London Royal Ballet until the opening at the Royal Opera in London on 10/10/2013.

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Michael Tighe

"I live in Los Angeles. Grew up in New York City. I’ve been shooting photos since I was a kid. It was my dad’s hobby. So I had great cameras and a real darkroom from the get go. Started shooting formal portraits and working professionally when I was nineteen, 1974. Studied with famed portrait photographers Philippe Halsman and Arnold Newman, major influences in my early work.
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in order :
Sean Penn - Hurly Burly, couch, LA 1989
River Phoenix
Tippi Hedren

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Elaine Sturtevant

Elaine Sturtevant, (1930 – May 7, 2014), also known simply as "Sturtevant", was an American artist. She achieved recognition for her carefully inexact repetitions of other artists' works that prefigured appropriation. She's dead at 89.

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"Haring Tag July 15 1981." Credit Prallen Allsten/Museum of Modern Art

"Raysse, peinture à haute tension", 1968-1969


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three studio

The anonymous group (Fukushima) is comprised of three individuals in their late 20s with backgrounds in engineering, arts, and advertising.

see more there : three' website or here Spoon & Tamago

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Nina Mae Fowler

An "iconic" artist with an irresistible cinematic appeal.

- The Cob Gallery


art-s - 2014.03.25

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Lucy Glendinning


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photo : Jessica Dimmock

The Ninth Floor

We automatically click to scroll through the images. Only our index is trembling enough. But what are we really looking at ? Why this nauseous and compassionate feeling ? Fear ? Sadness ?
Jessica Dimmock, in The Ninth Floor serie, delivers us what we rarely have the opportunity to see without being a voyeur of a so private part of life. Without judgment, only with the desire to show us what is the truth, behind their wall of violence, pain.
To exist.

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