Prix du livre Paris PhotoC'est l'ouvrage du photographe allemand Oliver Sieber, Imaginary Club, qui remporte le prix du livre Paris Photo-Aperture PhotoBook Award 2014. Il est publié aux éditions GwinZegal/BöhmKobayashi.
Une signature avec l'artiste aura lieu samedi après-midi 15 novembre à Polycopies (Bateau Concorde Atlantique - Berges de Seine - Port de Solferino - 75007 Paris) sur le stand de GwinZegal....
Tribe : the 3rd KYOTOGRAPHIE : KYOTOGRAPHIE is a world-class photographic festival presented annually in Kyoto (Japan) over three weeks during the height of the spring tourist season. With a style that is unique in Asia, KYOTOGRAPHIE presents outstanding photography through original scenography in Kyoto City's iconic traditional and contemporary architectural spaces. Recognized as a distinguished photographic event, the festival successfully established its reputation in 2014, attracting around 40,000 visitors from across the country and overseas. KYOTOGRAPHIE aims to foster an appreciation of photography as a medium and art form. The festival brings together the international arts community to create opportunities and events that generate quality exchanges for people of all ages and cultures. Coinciding with the major festival program an extensiv...
Exhibition : Women Powerful and Powerless Virtual Exhibition: 19 January – 19 July 2015 One of the hallmarks of the Teutloff Photo + Video Collection is that although it’s focused on the human body, it always carries a distinct political component. This fact created the idea for a so far unknown vantage point on the Collection – a "woman’s view" became the new approach for a virtual exhibition.
Under the heading "Women: Powerful and Powerless" previously ignored or even discounted links between works and exciting new issues and areas of interest are opened – and I say this without any wish to enter the hotly contested ground of feminist polemics. The feminine view of the collection moves in the field of tension between birth, religion, politics, sexuality, beauty and body protest. It ...