Call for Entries: The 2015 PhotoBook Awards

Paris Photo and Aperture Foundation are pleased to announce the 2015 edition of The Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards

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Gilbert Garcin: Do one’s best

An exhibition «Faire de son mieux» («Do one’s best”) by Gilbert Garcin is on show at the gallery CAMERA OBSCURA in Paris till June 12.

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Project | Adam Katseff: Rivers and Falls

The outline of the image is easy to see – one can quickly conjure the lake, the river, the waterfall standing out against the dark background – but, as with memory, our imagination must supply the rest. This is the goal of my current series; to present the viewer with a partial landscape and invite them to compose the rest themselves

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Project | Ekaterina Vasilyeva: 40 days of high and low tides

‘As well as the sea a person has its own internal tides. But our experiences lives under their own laws, emotional ebb and flow waves follow each other, gradually calming down.’

Article | The memory of places, bodies and things: The photographic path of Miyako Ishiuchi

On May 14, Michael Hoppen Gallery in London opens an exhibition devoted to Miyako Ishiuchi’s photographic record of Frida Kahlo’s personal belongings. Yet this is just the tip of the iceberg of the famous photographer’s oeuvre

Project | Patrick Taberna: Le goût des mandarines

‘Taste of mandarin reminds me of my families and it is always. Mothers hands of peeling mandarin, red cover for a kotatsu and a stained news paper by a mandarin juice. And I am always discouraged by something, maybe disappointed love.’

Direct speech | Tadao Cern: Comfort zone

Tadao Cern about his ‘Comfort Zone’ project. About the seaside, sunbathing and holiday somnolence that is free from a world surrounding you.

Project | Carla Kogelman: Ich bin Waldviertel

‘Most fascinating to her is how the children in different circumstances interact with each other, how their bodies communicate, and how the relationships emerge and evolve.’

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Adam Katseff: Rivers and Falls

The outline of the image is easy to see – one can quickly conjure the lake, the river, the waterfall standing out against the dark background – but, as with memory, our imagination must supply the rest. This is the goal of my current series; to present the viewer with a partial landscape and invite them to compose the rest themselves

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Ekaterina Vasilyeva: 40 days of high and low tides

‘As well as the sea a person has its own internal tides. But our experiences lives under their own laws, emotional ebb and flow waves follow each other, gradually calming down.’

Patrick Taberna: Le goût des mandarines

‘Taste of mandarin reminds me of my families and it is always. Mothers hands of peeling mandarin, red cover for a kotatsu and a stained news paper by a mandarin juice. And I am always discouraged by something, maybe disappointed love.’

Carla Kogelman: Ich bin Waldviertel

‘Most fascinating to her is how the children in different circumstances interact with each other, how their bodies communicate, and how the relationships emerge and evolve.’

Shane Lynam: Fifty high seasons

The project looks at a stretch of French coastline between Montpellier and Perpignan that was developed into a series of coastal resorts in the 1960’s.

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Akos Major: ‘Harmony itself can be boring’

About art and artistic vision; what a beautiful photograph is; which magic film has and some words about Leisure Project from Akos Major.

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Vitaliy and Elena Vasilieva: “An ordinary man looks, but an artist sees”

An interview with the most expensive Ukrainian photographers about contemporary art and their ‘Apocalypse in Art’ project.

Vadim Gushchin: “An artist is a kind of factory for utilizing experience”

An Interview with one of the most recognizable and famous Russian art photographers. About mission af an artist, the main goal of Art, inspiration and self-censorship. A view to contemporary art from inside.

Mike Stacey: “I got very tired of taking pictures that anyone else could take”

‘One of the biggest defining factors of art for me is that the work, whatever medium it may be, must allow the viewer to see some aspect of the world in a new way’

Liza Fetisova: “I really can’t stand hierarchy”

Liza Fetisova, founder, owner and director of Russian Tea Room Gallery, Paris. Photo: Michel Gaillard. Bleek magazine: Tell us a little

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LATEST ARTICLES

The memory of places, bodies and things: The photographic path of Miyako Ishiuchi

On May 14, Michael Hoppen Gallery in London opens an exhibition devoted to Miyako Ishiuchi’s photographic record of Frida Kahlo’s personal belongings. Yet this is just the tip of the iceberg of the famous photographer’s oeuvre

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Dancers in the dark by Paul Schneggenburger

‘The intricate tangles of spectral bodies in Schneggenburger’s images hint at a reunion of separated parts of Plato’s androgyne.’

Feodora Kaplan: Alexander Gronsky’s Dreamland

Feodora Kaplan about space, time and psychical reality in Alexander Gronsky’s photographs.

Michael Hall: The story of our planet unfolds

An article by Garrett Stringer about overwhelming natural landscapes and the resilience of people affected by climate change in Michael Hall’s photography.

Mom, dad, a couple of kids and a golden retriever. Julie Blackmon.

‘Most adults are struggling to be normal, while children say about normality that it is boring, and so do such things that adults do not dare even to dream of’

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LATEST STORIES

Tadao Cern: Comfort zone

Tadao Cern about his ‘Comfort Zone’ project. About the seaside, sunbathing and holiday somnolence that is free from a world surrounding you.

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Mark Power: 26 Different Endings

‘Part of me, a big part of me, wishes I could do it all again, for, as they say, you can take the man out of Essex, but you can’t take Essex out of the man.’

Todd Baxter: Project Astoria

  “Story” Section Todd Baxter: Project Astoria   Thanks to my father and grandfather’s work in the US space program,

Jeroen Hofman: A visit from above

Jeroen Hofman: A visit from above “Story” section.   Fishermen in the Bering Sea. The last miners of Wales. Firemen

Rob Stephenson: From roof to table

Rob Stephenson: From roof to table. An essay. In 1917 the Mayor’s Committee on Food Gardens issued a report documenting

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