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Serie by Loulou d'Aki

In all-girls Afghan families, young girls are called "Bacha Posh" when they are transformed into boys and raised as such until puberty.

In Afghanistan, it is a widespread practice for families that only give birth to girls to choose to raise one of them as a boy, to enable her to enjoy the benefits reserved for men. We call "Bacha Posh" these young girls who adopt masculine clothes, first names and hairstyle. Thus transformed, they can go freely and provide for their families, where their...

Act 2
Serie : Denis Darzacq
Book : Denis Dailleux
UN peacekeepers in Central African Republic
Serie : Michael Zumstein
Photography Workshops
in Paris
Bruno Boudjelal
Apprendre à voir.
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Denis Darzacq aime saisir le mouvement au vol, à l’instar de sa série « La Chute » (2005-2006) qui montre des corps comme suspendus au-dessus du sol. Pour lui, l’offre de l’Opéra national de Paris de travailler avec quelques-uns des meilleurs danseurs du monde était un «merveilleux cadeau ». Il...

Réalisée par Denis Dailleux à partir de 1987, cette série de portraits en noir et blanc, publiée ici pour la première fois, commence par une rencontre dans le train : « C’est en rentrant de mon village où, durant l’été, j’avais photographié les habitants et ma grand-tante Juliette que j’ai fait la...


In the Bangassou military base, in the Central African Republic, where UN peacekeepers are trying to protect the refugees against the ethnic conflict that affects the country. Of the 14 missions worldwide in which peacekeepers are engaged, one of the most at risk takes place in the Central...

7 sessions de Septembre 2018 à Mars 2019
Pour ce workshop intensif de 6 mois, Bruno Boudjelal, photographe et commissaire d’exposition, et Martine Ravache, historienne et critique de la photographie, s’associent pour vous proposer un cursus original où s’imbriquent une réflexion sur votre regard et un...

Serie : Denis Dailleux

From 2018-05-26 to 2018-09-23
Exhibition : Juan Manuel Castro Prieto
South Sudanese community in Australia
Serie : Matthew Abbott
On the Edge of Afghanistan
Serie : Andrew Quilty

An immersion in a council estate in the late 1980’s Started in 1987, this series of black and white portraits began with a meeting in a train : "I was coming back from my village where, during the summer, I had photographed the inhabitants and my great-aunt Juliette. In the train, I met the...


Juan Manuel Castro Prieto visited the museums, the Louvre and the Musée d\'Orsay in Paris, the Prado and the Musée Thyssen in Madrid for a long-term project. He photographed the works there, and yet his images have no documentary vocation, they are not mere reproductions. No duplication, but a...


Australia is a multicultural country, built over the centuries by waves of immigration. In Victoria and New South Wales, there is a large community of South Sudanese origin, which faces constant discrimination. Public opinion sees these people as foreigners, although most are Australian by birth,...


On the Edge of Afghanistan In Nimruz, a South-West province of Afghanistan, more than 200.000 Afghans have crossed the Iranian border in 18 months in spite of Taliban attacks, kidnapping dangers and extreme climate. It is their only hope for a better future. The region is located at the...

And Time Folds
Book : Vanessa Winship
From 2018-06-15 to 2018-09-09
Exhibition : Denis Dailleux
Jane Evelyn Atwood et Joan Colom
From 2018-07-02 to 2018-09-23
Exhibition : Jane Evelyn Atwood
Ma couleur révélée
From 2018-06-22 to 2018-09-02
Exhibition : Ouka Leele

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...


The photographic meeting Portrait(s) - City of Vichy Denis Dailleux\'s name is associated with the delicate art of portraiture. The photos of children he took in Persan-Beaumont (Val-d\'Oise), in the 90s, are less a documentary photo than a gesture towards another. Framing children growing up...


À vingt ans d’écart, Jane Evelyn Atwood et Joan Colom captent les pulsions urbaines de deux quartiers mythiques autant qu’interlopes de Paris et Barcelone, coeurs battants de ces métropoles européennes, hauts lieux de la prostitution mais aussi destinations touristiques - le Pigalle de la fin des...


She wanted to be a painter. But she saw in photography another way to wonder about figuration. Then, at the death of Franco, in a very particular moment in the history of Spain, she invented a perfectly original modality of the image. \"She integrated, in a natural way, into the \"movida\" that...

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