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Serie by Andrew Quilty

Since September 2019, Australia continues to burn under a series of particularly destructive and deadly fires. For Australian writer Richard Flanagan, "these fires will be our climatic Chernobyl".

Photographer Andrew Quilty travelled between December 2019 and January 2020 to the places most ravaged by the flames, from New South Wales to Victoria.

Australia has always been prone to fires caused by drought and high temperatures, almost as if by fate. But the damage caused by the current...

Sinking Ship
Book : Kyle Thompson
From 2019-10-15 to 2019-12-31
Exhibition : François Fontaine
Pachamama, minors in Bolivia
Serie : Juan Manuel Castro Prieto
Mettre en lumière des objets
Photography Workshop
in Paris
with Quentin Bertoux

In Sinking Ship, Kyle Thompson investigates the potential history of a locational muse, a now-deserted town in the American grasslands. Through an investigative study of the remaining objects, and a correspondence with those now living alone in similarly abandoned towns, Thompson creates a series...


An icon is an image, an object of contemplation. It is the archetype, the primitive and ideal near perfection model. May it be secular or religious, an icon is as obsessive as it is fascinating. Movie stars are admired and desired, they are rich and powerful, they make us dream yet remain...


In Bolivia, nestled in the Andes Mountains, the cities of Oruro, Popoó, Uyuni and Potosi are home to many mining dating back to colonial time, that continue to support the inhabitants of a region threatened by poverty. Juan Manuel Castro-Prieto went to meet the population to understand their way...

Du 13 au 16 février 2020
« Prenons un peu de lumière et versons-la sur la table, que nous puissions la voir, la comprendre et l’admirer.» Avec Quentin Bertoux, la lumière entre en scène. Élément essentiel de ses compositions photographiques, elle vient donner vie aux objets, les mettre en...

Serie : Raphaël Neal
The Moscow Project
Serie : Albert & Verzone
Alma Tierra
Book : José Manuel Navia
True West
From 2019-11-16 to 2020-02-22
Exhibition : Anne Rearick

The self-portraits from this series share one key similarity: they are related to the production and the direction of Raphaël Neal’s first feature film, Fever, released in theatres in October 2015. After fighting for years to make his movie, Raphaël needed to work alone again and imagined...


A camera can be a time machine. Through the art of photography, past, present, and future coincide to challenge our concept of time, change, and progress. This has become the backbone of our Moscow portrait series, a collaboration between two photographs spanning two decades. We completed the first...

“Even though it only appears explicitly in some of the photographs in this book, in almost all of them we perceive the presence of the sign we’ve been seeing for years on our travels to so-called empty Spain and that sums up the message of this work by José Manuel Navia: FOR SALE. Everything is for...


« Il y a presque un siècle, ma arrière grand-mère, Maggie May Jones a quitté l’Oklahoma, pour Boise en Idaho avec mari et enfants, dans une roulotte qui contenait la plupart de leurs biens. La tête pleine de rêves. Trois générations plus tard, je naîs. Les souvenirs des étés passés auprès de mon...

Book : Pierre-Elie de Pibrac
She dances on Jackson
From 2020-01-09 to 2020-03-28
Exhibition : Vanessa Winship
Book : Bernard Descamps
Book : Denis Dailleux

Desmemoria constitue un témoignage à la fois photographique, anthropologique et social sur la communauté des azucareros de Cuba – travailleurs de l’industrie du sucre et révolutionnaires de la première heure. Pierre-Elie de Pibrac a vécu près d’un an en immersion chez diverses familles cubaines...


\"There is something incredibly beautiful and yet deeply disturbing about America... that curious and inevitable loneliness and melancholy created by the quest for the American dream. \"Vanessa Winship In 2011, Vanessa Winship was awarded the Henri Cartier-Bresson Prize, which allows a...

Le nouveau livre de Bernard Descamps, intitulé natura, en hommage aux premiers essais naturalistes de l’antiquité, est le fruit d’un patient travail, d’une longue quête d’images de la nature. Non pas des images spectaculaires du bout du monde, mais des images simplement touchantes, de la nature qui...

Un portrait sensible et malicieux de la vie paysanne à travers la longue complicité entre un photographe et sa grand-tante. Dans le village d’enfance du photographe Denis Dailleux, en Anjou, vivait une femme de caractère, véritable personnage de roman : Juliette, sa grand-tante, décédée en 2007...

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