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VU' on the Web : Ferhat Bouda

France Inter - Emission "Regarder Voir" de Brigitte Patient

Ferhat Bouda documente la culture Berbère, partout où elle se trouve. Pour témoigner et donner à voir.
Comment devient-on photographe ? Portrait d'un photographe sur le fil de l'émotion et de la résistance.

Au chevet du monde
From 2018-06-28 to 2018-09-16
Exhibition : Pieter Ten Hoopen
Entretien avec Jane Evelyn Atwood (France Inter)
Jane Evelyn Atwood
Prix Levallois 2018
News : Pierre-Elie de Pibrac
Photography Workshops
in Paris
Pascal Philippe
Formuler sa démarche artistique et constituer son portfolio 

Since the 2000s, Pieter Ten Hoopen has focused mainly on social situations and human conditions. Working for the press or non-governmental organizations, he has made numerous reports throughout the world: Colombia, Pakistan, Russia, United States, Egypte, Kenya, Sweden, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan......


Emission L'heure Bleue de Laure Adler "Jane Evelyn Atwood, la curieuse" « Si l’artiste avoue être souvent choquée, enragée par ce qu’elle découvre au fil de ses projets, la motivation première est la compréhension de l’autre. Elle se décrit ainsi comme étant "photographe obsessive", avant...


The Prix Levallois, young international photographic creation 2018 is awarded to Pierre-Elie de Pibrac for his series "Desmemoria, ou les oubliés du rêve révolutionnaire". Desmemoria is a testimony about the life of the Azucareros in Cuba who are living for sugar and revolutionary from the first...

Du 10 septembre au 11 octobre 2018

Travel, from the real to the imaginary
From 2018-06-29 to 2018-09-23
Exhibition : Juan Manuel Castro Prieto
The Sino-Russian border, an uncommon relationship
Serie : Davide Monteleone
100 photos de JR pour la liberté de la presse
News : JR
In Afghanistan, Taliban and civilians fraternize
Serie : Andrew Quilty

Juan Manuel Castro Prieto has built an infinitely rich body of work over his forty-year career. Through his mastery of printing and shooting, playing subtlety with light and blur as much as black and white or colour, he uses his technical virtuosity to serve a plastic, sensitive and introspective...


The world's most populous country and the world's largest country, both permanent members of the UN Security Council, share a common border. The Sino-Russian border is one of the longest in the world, over 4300 km long, and stretches from eastern China to North Korea. Over the years, and since the...


Dans ce nouvel album, RSF vous fait parcourir le monde vu par JR. De Clichy-sous-Bois Montfermeil (France) à Tecate (Mexique) en passant par Bethléem (Palestine) et les favelas de Rio de Janeiro (Brésil), JR affiche des portraits monumentaux en noir et blanc aux détours des rues, sur les...


From June 8th to June 18th 2018, in Afghanistan, the civil war between the Taliban and the government forces of the Islamic Republic was interrupted during a ceasefire. Andrew Quilty photographed this unprecedented event. On the occasion of the feast of Eid, which celebrates the last days of...

Tiwi Islands, wild paradise of Australia
Serie : David Maurice Smith
The Moorish mark in Tunisia
Serie : José Manuel Navia
In the privacy of the Tuareg of Niger
Serie : Ferhat Bouda
And Time Folds
Book : Vanessa Winship

The remote Tiwi Islands are part of the Northern Territory of Australia, 80 km to the north of Darwin where the Arafura Sea joins the Timor Sea. They comprise Melville Island, Bathurst Island, and nine smaller uninhabited islands, with a combined area of 8,320 square kilometres (3,212 sq...


In Tunisia on the tracks of the rich and fertile legacy of the Moors expelled from the Iberian peninsula in the 17th century. In the 17th century, the "Moors" were Spaniards of Arab origin who had retained their customs and were still practicing Islam after the reconquest of Andalusia by the...


Between Sahara and Sahel, in the surroundings of the cities of Agadez and Abalak, in the center of Niger, live some Tuareg tribes who have chosen to resist the use of new technologies, and cultural assimilation. They are still semi-nomadic, but only move their camps twice a year and a few...

This beautiful volume accompanies a career retrospective exhibition of British photographer Vanessa Winship at London’s Barbican Art Gallery. The extensive show is catalogued in the book which encompasses all Winship’s major series and includes previously unpublished recent work. An essay by...

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