“To be in exile is simply to have left ones country and to be unable to return. Every exile is a different, personal experience…” (Koudelka, interviewed by Caujolle)
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This year, the Festival of Political Photography will present images that highlight the political, social and environmental dimensions of food.
“We photograph things to chase them from our mind. My stories are a way of closing the eyes.” Franz Kafka
Deux après-midi de stage d’initiation à la photographie argentique Guidé par deux professionnels, Daniel Mordac et Alexis Joan-Grangé, ce stage de deux jours vous propose d’apprendre les bases de la
En prélude à l’exposition SoixanteDixSept Experiment, Aurélie Pétrel transforme la salle d’exposition du Centre Photographique en un immense laboratoire de prise de vues
PUREVIEW – A view on classic snowy landscape through minimalism and abstract-painting elements.
« Magazines end up wrapping french fries, while books remain. » H.C-B
Experience the journey of Anik Rahman, as he walks through life and immerses himself into humanitarian stories both inside and outside the borders of Bangladesh through h
The project “Coffee for Oppenheim” has it’s starting point in a diverse combination of references, all with the common denominator of being Swiss or connected to Switzerland.
A retrospective exhibition of photographer Léon Herschtritt
Les toits de Paris sublimés par Alain Cornu
Paris Photo’s mission, since its creation in 1997, is to reunite an exceptional selection of artworks in an exploration of photography in all its forms, from vintage works to contemporary
From the 4th of November 2016 until the 7th of January 2017 at the Galerie VU’.
Julia Borissova (St.Petersburg, Russia) is an artist that explores how history and memory are perceived through images.