Autre hommage à mon père qui adorait les appareils dont une caméra Hasselblad, un Rolleiflex et d'autres et un grand merci à Alain Le Bacquer qui a pris mes premiers photos de mode et m'a fait ensuite aimer la photographie
25 avril 2015
Ruven Afanador, Torero series, Jose Luis Pintado Martinez, 2001. 20 x 16 gelatin silver print. Photo: Courtesy of Throckmorton Fine Art. NEW YORK, NY.- The 35th annual AIPAD Photography Show New York, held at the Park Avenue Armory from April 16-19, drew rave reviews and high attendance. Collectors and exhibitors praised the new look of the show which accommodated a record 89 exhibitors. Attendance peaked at over 12,000, up from 11,500 last year. On view were contemporary, modern, and 19th-century photographs, as... [Lire la suite]
17 avril 2015
Bulbostylis hispidula, a seed photo in macro by Rob Kesseler Castilleja flava, a seed photo in macro by Rob Kesseler Commelinaceae sp, a seed photo in macro by Rob Kesseler. Hackelia sp, a seed photo in macro by Rob Kesseler Hippocrepis unisiliquosa, a seed photo in macro by Rob Kesseler Scutellaria galericulata, a seed photo in macro by Rob Kesseler. Wild raspberry, Rubus phoenicolasius, a photo in closeup by Rob Kesseler Photos by courtesy of Rob Kesseler
17 avril 2015
Gérard Rondeau, Paris, 1997. Photo. Courtesy MEP Paris © Gérard Rondeau PARIS - Gérard Rondeau explore les coulisses des musées pendant vingt ans, il chronique la vie à Sarajevo durant le siège, il dresse un portrait du Maroc contemporain dans un brillant dialogue au-delà du temps avec la peinture et les dessins de Delacroix. Pendant quinze ans, il accompagne les missions de Médecins du Monde dans le monde entier. Gérard Rondeau, Anna Mouglalis, Paris, 2003. Courtesy MEP Paris © Gérard Rondeau... [Lire la suite]
15 avril 2015
Wim Wenders, 2015. Photo: Peter Lindbergh If you travel a lot, writes Wim Wenders, if you like roaming about in order to lose yourself, you can end up in the strangest places. I think it must be a kind of built-in radar, which often takes me to places that are either peculiarly quiet or peculiar in a quiet sort of way. Wim Wenders (born in Düsseldorf in 1945) is internationally renowned primarily for his movies, such as Wings of Desire, Pina and The Salt of the Earth, a portrait of the Brazilian photographer Sebastião... [Lire la suite]
07 avril 2015
Marella Agnelli at the Villar Perosa in Turin, Italy. In 1957, Richard Avedon called Donna Marella Agnelli "the prototype of a thousand years of Italian beauty," when he named her one of the world's "Eight Most Beautiful Women" in T&C. "She evokes the Renaissance by a look, or a turn of her head."
06 avril 2015
Mrs. Gianni Agnelli, August 1962. Photographed by Henry Clarke.
25 mars 2015
Japanese Crane Dance, Hokkaido. Copyright Jan Vermeer. Whooper Swan. Copyright Jan Vermeer.
11 mars 2015
Nick Waplington Untitled from the series ‘Alexander McQueen Working Process’ 2013 © Nick Waplington LONDON.- Tate Britain’s spring 2015 photography exhibition presents the result of a unique collaboration between the artist Nick Waplington and the acclaimed fashion designer Alexander McQueen. This major exhibition reveals McQueen’s working practice through a selection of around 100 large and small scale photographs, including images never seen before. The exhibition is timed to coincide with the Victoria and Albert... [Lire la suite]
06 mars 2015
Pierre Gonnord, Anibal 1, 2014. NEW YORK, NY.- Hasted Kraeutler is pleased to announce The Dream Goes Over the Time, an exhibition of new photographs by French-born, Madrid-based artist Pierre Gonnord (b. 1963), beginning March 5 and running through April 25, 2015. Working for over a decade as contemporary art’s preeminent documentarian of globalization’s dark underbelly—insular communities, tribes, and clans that exist almost entirely off the grid, from coal miners and punks to immigrants and gypsies—master portraitist... [Lire la suite]
02 mars 2015
Marie Cecile Thijs, Flowers, Tulips in Vase, 2011. Photo: Courtesy Galerie Eduard Planting. MAASTRICHT.- ‘Museum aan het Vrijthof’ in Maastricht opened a major exhibition of works by Dutch photographer Marie Cécile Thijs during and around the TEFAF Maastricht, the world’s greatest art and antiques fair (13-22 March). Almost 20 years ago, in front of the current museum, she took photographs of the seven yearly ‘Procession of Sacred Relics’ in Maastricht, in the south of Holland. In 2015 she returns for her first retrospective... [Lire la suite]