Micha Bar-Am, né à Berlin, a déménagé avec sa famille à Israel puis en Palestin en 1936. Tout d'abord conny pour la couverture du conflit arable-juif depuis la guerre du Sinai en 1956, il a été correspondant de Magnum depuis 1968 et a reçu le Prix Robert Capa.
Festival Foto Leggendo 2014 : 10th anniversary
Thursday, June 5th, 2014 at 19 pm at Officine Fotografiche, Rome is inaugurated the 10th edition of FotoLeggendo. Opens the photo-festival the exhibition Il diario di Felix by Emiliano Mancuso curated by Renata Ferri , taken from a documentary project filmed by Emiliano at Casa Felix, the family-home for troubled teen, in Torrespaccata in Rome.
It continues Friday, June 6 at ISA Institute, with the opening of 11 of the 15 shows scheduled for this 10th edition of Fotoleggendo, made with the support of the City of Rome - Department of Culture Creativity and Artistic Promotion - Department of Culture and with the support of the Regional Council of Lazio and Rome City Hall VIII, organized and produced by Officine Fotografiche Roma.
It's been 10 years since the "laboratories" of Officine Fotografiche,... Exposition Exhibition : «Self Portrait» at Andrea Meslin Gallery «We are very pleased to share with you the fifth edition of our digital exhibition series--an online initiative launched this past spring. Today’s selection looks at the ways in which contemporary artists deal with current issues through the theme of self-portraiture.
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A long-standing tradition in art history, the self-portrait continues to preoccupy artists to this day. The exhibition aims to investigate the impetus of self-portraiture in a time when self-documentation is overabundant and so easily disseminated through a plethora of social networks and digital platforms. Each of the selected works contemplates the historically charged tradition of the self-portrait while presenting a variety of interpretations for its use. Whether the aim is self-contemplative, symbolic ... Exposition Virtual Exhibition : A Selection Images form Andrea Meislin Gallery's archive "Dear Friends,
As many of you know, our location on Chelsea’s West 24th Street recently flooded and we were forced to vacate the space. In lieu of mounting physical exhibitions, we will be presenting bi-weekly online shows sent directly to your inbox. Every Monday we will share a selection of images culled from the gallery’s archive, highlighting a theme or a visual concept. In addition, our social media platforms will be updated with daily posts expanding on each of the selected artworks.
This week’s selection is inspired by the sheer circumstances that brought the need of an online exhibition-- water. While water may hold an array of meanings, the group of works brought to you this week attempts to avoid a symbolic interpretation, and to invoke -- through a quiet ripple-- ideas on power, bounda... Exposition l'Ombre de la guerre - Maison Européenne de la Photographie
La Maison européenne de la photographie présente, cet été, L’ombre de la guerre, exposition organisée par Contrasto, dans le cadre du projet Science for Peace de la Fondation Veronesi. Umberto Veronesi, son fondateur, s’est assuré le concours de scientifiques, de personnalités internationales du monde de la culture et de divers prix Nobel.
Bien qu’iconiques, ces images, afin d’en saisir tous les enjeux, sont accompagnées d’un texte qui retrace le contexte de la prise de vue, auquel s’ajoute une série de données chiffrées démontrant l’impact des guerres sur nos sociétés. Cette exposition permet ainsi de traiter différemment de l’histoire, il est certes question de ... Exposition Magnum Photos 60 years at the Stedelijk Museum Throughout that period MAGNUM never ceased to supply photographs that have become part of the world’s collective memory – pictures of landmark events like the Russian army’s invasion of Prague in 1968 and the Tiananmen Square demonstrations in Beijing in 1989. The exhibition uses photographs, books and texts to illustrate the history of MAGNUM year by year and gives visitors the opportunity to view work by 83 photographers, such as Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Carl de Keyzer, Martin Parr, Susan Meiselas and Leonard Freed.
MAGNUM was established in 1947 by Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger and David Seymour. They were convinced that photography was the best medium with which to document world events and raise public awareness. And they succeeded – the way MAGNUM photographer...