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LensCulture - Contemporary Photography. En images : Nobuyoshi Araki, photographe libertaire et insatiable. Le musée Guimet, à Paris, consacre une exposition au maître de la photographie japonaise.

En images : Nobuyoshi Araki, photographe libertaire et insatiable

Les fleurs côtoient les nus féminins et le ciel. Beau et inspirant. (Nobuyoshi Araki / Mnaag) Le diablotin de la pop culture japonaise prend ses quartiers à Paris. Nobuyoshi Araki, photographe de 75 ans originaire de Tokyo, est à l’honneur au Musée national des arts asiatiques Guimet (Mnaag) depuis le 13 avril. Autorisée à tous les publics – et c’est heureux -, cette rétrospective inédite présente son œuvre composite et pleine de vie. “Prendre des photographies est aussi naturel que respirer.La photo c’est la vie. Fleurs de vie Tout au long de sa vie, l’artiste éditera lui-même des dizaines de livres.

Série “Journal intime” de Nobuyoshi Araki, au Musée Guimet. Ce “voyage sentimental” dont il parle plus haut est le nom de la première série autopubliée par Araki, au début des années 1970. Extrait de la série “Voyage sentimental”. Extrait de la série “Voyage d’hiver” de Nobuyoshi Araki. Japonité. Photographers. Photo. Photographies. Photographers. Vivian Maier Portfolios, Prints, Exhibitions, Books and documentary film. Martin Colombet. The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. Brassaï : Photography, History. Daikichi amano. 940 × 1078 - arca-lab.com.

daikichi amano

Iwase yoshiyuki. Anthony luke's not-just-another-photoblog Blog: Photographer Iwase Yoshiyuki's Ama Divers ~ 1950's (and selected works) Iwase Yoshiyuki was born in 1904 in Onjuku, a fishing village on the pacific side of the Chiba peninsula, which encloses Tokyo Bay on the east.

anthony luke's not-just-another-photoblog Blog: Photographer Iwase Yoshiyuki's Ama Divers ~ 1950's (and selected works)

After graduating from Meiji University Law School in 1924, he took up lifelong pursuits, heading the family sake distillery and documenting the receding traditions of coastal Japan. In the late 1920's Yoshiyuki received an early Kodak camera as a gift. Since the main livelihood of the town came from the sea he gravitated there, and soon found a passion for "the simple, even primitive beauty" of ama - girls and women who harvested seaweed, turban shells, oysters (which sometimes had pearls) and abalone from beneath the coastal waters. Ama divers went out three times a day, requiring extensive eating and warming at the fireside between runs.

A good harvest required long, cold dives, up to four minutes of hard underwater work on a single lungful of air. Iwase Yoshiyuki at "work" Iwase Yoshiyuki's Fine Art Nudes. Photographes contemporains. Tichy. Miroslav Techy, el mendigo fotógrafo. Miroslav Techy nació en Chequia en 1926 y murió en 1911, justo cuando las fotografias que revelaba de manera descuidada en su chabola empezaban a cotizarse (Cada una de ellas se valora entre 4000 y 8000 euros) y a recorrer algunos de los museos más importantes del mundo.

Miroslav Techy, el mendigo fotógrafo.

Este outsider empezó estudiando Bellas Artes en Praga, pero cuando el régimen comunista cambió las modelos que posaban para estos estudiantes por obreros en mono de trabajo, decidió abandonar. Después, considerado loco por la policia checa, se le prohibió pintar y recorrio diversos psiquiátricos y prisiones durante 25 años. Más o menos libre pudo instalarse en una chabola en su ciudad natal y consiguió construir una cámara fotográfica con objetos y materiales reciclados que iba encontrando en el vertedero, tales como latas de conservas, cartón, tubos de papel higiénico o brea. Así, ya que tenia prohibido dedicarse a la pintura pudo dedicarse a fotografiar.

Sus fotografias son borrosas,tienes que adivinar las figuras. Skovbo, Viggo Mortensen. This book functions as a partial companion to the upcoming photo exhibit , also titled Skovbo (which roughly translates from Danish as "home in the forest"), by Viggo Mortensen at the Reykjavik Museum of Photography (Ljósmyndasafn Reykjavikur), opening on 31st May, 2008 and running until 31st August, 2008.

Skovbo, Viggo Mortensen

In this new collection of images and poems are trees and the memory of trees, ghosts, words, nights, days, lives, deaths, and safe haven for them all in the place where ¬†"...the twigs become branches, / And the mist becomes make-believe... " (Osip Emilyevich Mandelstam). Inka Martí Photography. M.E.S. Projects - Clayton Cubitt. Peter Kemp's Art photography is about story tellings pictures in a vintage mood. Michel Rajkovic Photographies. Página web del fotógrafo Xulio Villarino. LensCulture - Contemporary Photography.

Bill viola. Wilhelm von gloeden. "Improbabilita" by Giuseppe Colarusso. In his series "Improbabilita," Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso makes everyday objects completely unusable.

"Improbabilita" by Giuseppe Colarusso

Each image becomes a bit of a puzzle to solve. In an interview, the artist mentions that the pieces that are not created in Photoshop, he fabricates himself. Some improbable, but not impossible creations, exposed very simply as still lifes, with a couple of images involving ice cream cones. Colarusso diverts the functional operations of objects that surround us. Text by Gabi Pérez. Nan Goldin. LE CLOWN LYRIQUE. Welcome to Peter Beard Studio - Peter Beard Studio. Photographize. Roger ballen.