Ensemble : les Photaumnales 2011 de Beauvais combattent la solitude en images
La 8e édition du festival photographique les Photaumnales, organisé par l’association Diaphane, se tiendra du 10 septembre au 6 novembre 2011 à Beauvais et dans sa périphérie.
Cette année, le thème Ensemble réunira une vingtaine de photographes français et étrangers parmi lesquels : Sébastien Camboulive, Bertrand Carrière, Céline Clanet, Olivier Culmann, Jean-Robert Dantou, Léo Delafontaine, Joakim Eskildsen, Peter Granser, Rip Hopkins, Elaine Ling, Cédric Martigny, Karen Miranda Rivadeneira, Gilles Perrin, Emmanuel Piau, Simon Roberts, Moira Ricci, Neal Slavin, Ambroise Tézenas, Susan Trangmar, Aurore Valade… L’inauguration des Photaumnales aura lieu le samedi 10 septembre ...
PDNB Gallery presents « Summer Time : And The Living is Easy »
"What good is the warmth of summer without the cold of winter to give it sweetness." John Steinbeck, Travels with Charley, In Search of America
After such a brutal winter PDNB Gallery celebrates the summer with full gusto.
As Steinbeck described, we do have an extra special summer ahead to savor.
Images of beaches, swimmers, campers, vacation spots, bathing suits or no bathing suits, all befit the iconic summer respite.
© Bill Owens, Untitled (Parade Woman Holding Flag), 1971, Courtesy PDNB Gallery, Dallas, TX
In the 1970's Bill Owens developed a project taking photographs of people at leisure, which led to his book, Leisure. The photographs capture a nostalgic view of our child and teen years, hanging out at the pool, camping out, and marching in...
PDNB Gallery presents the exhibition « New York City »
New York City is without a doubt one of the most photographed cities in the world. With its density of skyscrapers, ethnic neighborhoods, art museums, cultural centers, Broadway and Central Park, the Big Apple succeeds in being everything to almost everyone.
Many notable photographers have established their careers in New York. With all its wonder, their photographs have captured many moments of this rich, diverse city. So much has been documented here not long after the invention of photography. The architecture, city transportation, storefronts, Central Park, parades, children playing, mobsters, hot dog stands, uptown, downtown, ferries, the East River, etc. have all had their picture taken.
Untitled (Chestnut Vender), 1933 © John Albok
In the images presented ...