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Philippe Garrel

J'ai gardé les anges.

Philippe Garrel (born 6 April 1948) is a French director, cinematographer, screenwriter, film editor and producer. His films have won him awards at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival and Venice Film Festival.

Liberté, la nuit (1984)

Director & writer: Philippe Garrel // Stars: Emmanuelle Riva, Maurice Garrel, Christine Boisson(...) // Music: Faton Cahen
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2015.06.
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Sergio Larrain

A good picture is born of a state of grace. This happens when one is freed from conventions, free as a child discovering reality for the first time. The name of the game is then to organize the rectangle.

Sergio Larraín Echeñique was a Chilean photographer. He worked for Magnum Photos during the 1960s. He is considered the most important Chilean photographer in history.

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“Los Siete Espejos” © Sergio Larrain

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2015.06.
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Online Architecture coming on shotNlust

It's been a while I wanted to make Architecture a part of ShotNlust. The beginnings are often complicated : which one and why? No answer needed so I decided to ask my architect friends to give me five names. Here is their beginning...

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Architecture & A (magazine)>>
Alvar Aalto
Tadao Ando, 安藤忠雄
Lina Bo Bardi
Le Corbusier
Renzo Piano
Mies van der Rohe
Álvaro Siza Vieira
Peter Zumthor

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2015.06.
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Ilse Ruppert

Since the 80s, Ilse Ruppert photographs the scene in New York, Los Angeles, Berlin and Paris. She is part of these artists who frame reality and transforms it into art. Few photographers have such a gift to express the essence of live spectacles. Her photographs have the beauty of dreams and the cruelty of nightmares.
Hans Peter Cloos, Theatre Director, Paris 1998

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All the images © Ilse Ruppert

Christiane F. in her room Hamburg 1983


Dennis Hopper – while filming WHITE STAR West-Berlin 1982


Jean-Paul Gaultier Paris 1984


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2015.04.
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Monica Vitti par Laetitia Masson

Moderne et langoureuse, près de vous, mais toujours au bord de l'éclipse


Le sexe, j'sais pas ce que c'est exactement. J'sais juste que quand on voit Monica V. ça met du piment dans la vie matérielle

La cinéaste Laetitia Masson envoie à Monica Vitti, l'actrice fétiche d'Antonioni, une lettre, une déclaration, un film.

Sex, I don't know what it is exactly. I just know that when we see Monica V. it spices up your material life
The director Laetitia Masson sent to Monica Vitti, the favorite actress of Antonioni, a letter, a declaration, a movie.



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2015.04.
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Dolorès Marat

as soon as I feel an emotion in relation to something I see, I photograph it, no matter where I am.


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2015.03.
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Peter Hujar

(1934-1987)


Hujar was a leading figure in the group of artists, musicians, writers, and performers at the forefront of the cultural scene in downtown New York in the 1970s and early 80s (...)
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2015.03.
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AngelBeat


Huang Jun Tuan, Taiwanese Photographer. His Studio「TUAN TUAN Photo Studio」 is located in Taipei, Taiwan, Asia. Works includes: Portrait, Fashion, Commercial, Culture, Culture and Creativity, Non-mainstream Music, Indie Music, Tattoo Art and Fine art.

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2015.02.
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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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2015.01.
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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...”
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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)
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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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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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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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