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Ils sont cinq associés*, tous âgés d’une trentaine d’années, et se lancent courageusement dans l’ouverture, à Paris, d’un nouveau lieu consacré à la photographie : La Petite Poule Noire, "galerie de photographie contemporaine". Samuel Tissier et Pauline Guéna nous font faire le tour du propriétaire d’une galerie encore en chantier (ouverture prévue le 10 avril) : un tréteau, un trépied, et c’est parti ! Ils reviennent sur leur curieux nom de baptême, nous expliquent leur mode de fonctionnement, leurs choix artistiques et leurs parti-pris, leurs liens avec l’agence de photojournalisme MYOP, et nous présentent les travaux du photographe Oan Kim dont la série Je suis le chien pitié servira d’exposition inaugurale. C’est tout de suite et maintenant sur Morningmeeting ! * les cinq associés fondateurs : Guillaume Binet, Pauline Guéna, Sophie de Meuron, Camille Pillias et Samuel Tissier. Site web de la galerie : Artmeeting #004 – La Petite Poule Noire : « Porter un travail au Artmeeting #004 – La Petite Poule Noire : « Porter un travail au
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Story: The Green Movement comes to inner-city West Oakland Story: The Green Movement comes to inner-city West Oakland This is an audio piece produced by J.R. Vallery (Audio is at the bottom). A background interview with Duane Deterville of the Village Bottoms Cultural District originally published by the SF Bay View. The text of this piece also first published at the SF Bay View newspaper. With the economic depression setting in and the effects of global warming being seen all over the planet, people are having to find ways to employ themselves as well as create cost effective healthy, earth friendly alternatives to expensive fast food and cheap GMO (genetically modified organism) products. Marcel Diallo, a longtime Oakland community activist and cultural worker turned real estate tycoon, thinks that he has one of the answers, the Village Bottoms Farm in West Oakland.

Dear visitors! Please note that on November 8 th and November 11 th the museum will close at 6 p.m. We are sorry for the inconvenience. Soon Moscow House of Photography Moscow House of Photography
About burn magazine burn is an evolving journal for emerging photographers. burn was launched as an online magazine/journal on December 21, 2008, and is curated by Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey. We publish new stories or singles at least two times per week. The burn team is: David Alan Harvey - Publisher, Editor About burn magazine
Hover over the image for navigation controls Igor Posner Notes from Underground play multimedia It started in 2006, a year when I returned to St. Petersburg for the first time in 14 years. igor posner – notes from underground igor posner – notes from underground
THEORY: "William Eggleston - Draft of a Presentation (2003)" William Eggleston: Draft of a Presentation By Thomas Weski It’s hard for me to describe the fascination that William Eggleston’s photographs exert on me. More than twenty years ago, I bought William Eggleston’s Guide, the catalogue of his solo show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in 1976. Time and again, I have looked at the color plates of this book, and I still can’t really explain why they have preoccupied me for so long. Is it the seeming familiarity of their motifs? THEORY: "William Eggleston - Draft of a Presentation (2003)"
THEORY: "Sally Mann's Immediate Family: The Unflinching and Unaf THEORY: "Sally Mann's Immediate Family: The Unflinching and Unaf Sally Mann’s Immediate Family: The Unflinching and Unafraid Childhood By Valerie Osbourn, October 27, 2006 In the fall of 1992, a traveling exhibit opened at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia. The collection was called “Immediate Family”, and it was by a young and lesser known photographer by the name of Sally Mann. The images, taken from 1984 to 1991 detailed the complex childhoods of her three children; Emmet, Jessie and the youngest, Virginia.