Prix du mois POPCAP 2015 : cinq lauréats primésLe concours international de photographie POPCAP, qui soutient la photographie africaine contemporaine, a mis à l'honneur cette année cinq lauréats venus du Mozambique, du Kenya, de la Tunisie, de l’Angleterre et de la France : Filipe Branquinho, Zed Nelson, Tahir Carl Karmali, Zied Ben Romdhane et Romaric Tisserant.
Les photographes primés ont été choisis par un jury international de renom. Les artistes gagnants auront leurs œuvres présentées dans plusieurs expositions internationales et seront invités à prendre part au programme de résidence d’artistes.
Tahir Carl Karmali, Jua Kali : Cette série de photographies représente le voyage de l’artisan dans l’auto-création, ...
Zed Nelson in conversation with Aaron SchumanHOST gallery is pleased to announce an exclusive evening with acclaimed photographer Zed Nelson. Nelson will be speaking about his new book Love Me as well as screening clips from his newly-released short film, Shelter in Place.
Zed Nelson will be in conversation with Aaron Schuman (photographer, writer, curator and editor of SeeSaw Magazine).
Love Me explores the insidious power of the global beauty industry and a collective insecurity, vanity and fear of ageing. In a series of compelling images Love Me negotiates the boundaries of art and documentary, reflecting a world we have created in which there are enormous social, psychological and economic rewards and penalties attached to the way we look.
Shelter in Place, filmed and directed by Nelson, deals with civil rights, environmental pollution and a ...
The London Festival of photography 2012
Only one month remains until the 2012 London Festival of Photography takes over some of London’s most celebrated venues.
A total of 18 exhibitions and over 30 events will transform King's Cross into a hive of photographic activity, with most exhibitions within convenient walking distance of one another. Venues include St Pancras Station, British Museum, British Library, Kings Place, Tate Modern, Museum of London and Guardian Gallery.
The comprehensive range of festival content which includes historic archives, contemporary installations, multimedia work, portfolio reviews and a variety of workshops, will ensure that every photography lover will find something of interest within the programme.
Headline exhibitions include:
The Great British Public
1 - 24 June, Dog Eared...
« In this Land » of Zan Nelson at Noorderlicht Photofestival
The Noorderlicht Photogallery is hosting the international première of In This Land, the new project about Israel by the celebrated documentary photographer Zed Nelson. The exhibition, in which Zed Nelson investigates the psyche of a people who live in the shadow of a deep-rooted conflict, opens on 1 February.
Since the creation of the state of Israel in 1948, it has been a nation imprisoned in a struggle about the occupation and possession of land. The many wars and the continued bloodshed have apparently brought the two parties in conflict – Israeli’s and Palestinians – no closer to a solution.
Zed Nelson’s In This Land tries to fathom the psyche of Israel today. In a sequence of visits he made images that serve as a counterweight to the deluge of all-too-familiar photos of stone-t...
Skin Curated by Giovanna Calvenzi, Mario Peliti and Laura SeraniThe relationship between the different meanings and expressions of the word ‘skin’ is the theme of this exhibition. From the mummies of Alessandro Albert to the Miss Italys of Gianni Berengo Gardin, from Zed Nelson’s skin worked by plastic surgery to Annette Schreyer’s suffering skin of girls, Charles Frégers’ sumo wrestlers and Malick Sidibé’s black bathers, 18 photographers speak of colours, pathologies, old age, discrimination and beauty.