- For the Paris photo’s last day, an icon from the East side, Marina Abramovic, by Anne Kerner for ouvretesyeux.fr
For more than thirty years, the artist coming from Serbia, is creating her work as a ritual purification process. Amid this work, a series of photographs realised in Laos is displayed at Paris Photo.
Krisztina Erdei leads us in her totally humorous world in order to unveil her social and political vision of East European civilization.
A geography of the “everyday life” to discover with Ann Kerner founder of ouvretesyeux.fr.
- With an ultra contemporary romantism, the stages photographed by the dutch photographer Ellen Kooi, unveil a troubling universe, haunted by characters getting lost in a perturbed nature. Discover her work with Anne Kerner, founder of the website ouvretesyeux.fr
- Renata Poljak is making films and photographs about the upheavals of her native Croatie. Her work, intimist as well as universal, intervene her personnel story with her national history. Discover her work with Anne Kerner, founder of the website ouvretesyeux.fr
- The exhibition brings together the new generation of Central European photographers: Stanley Greene, Ewa Meissner, Adam Lach, Stanko Abadzic,Tamas Dezso, Tomasz Tomaszewski and Alexander Gronsky.
Their images invite you to discover the visions of the East: post-1989, the artistic search for identity and the renaissance of these cities continue to play a major role in art and photography. A cultural exploration into the heart of Mitteleuropa.
HSBC France - 103 Avenue des Champs-Elysées - 75008 Paris
- Gabriella Csoszó (1969) is a Hungarian artist living and working in Budapest. At Paris Photo she is represented by Ráday Gallery, Budapest. She is making series of photograps, portraits that examine identity, individuality. She is using texts, fragments accompanying her photographs, and often makes installations as well. Lately, she is dealing with spaces that bear traces of past human presence, landscapes that bear the traces of history, deteriorated buildings, constructions… In partnership with ARTMargins.com
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- By the photographers Erwin Blumenfeld, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Sandrine Elberg, Martine Fougeron, Yves-Marie Quemener, Jacques Olivar et Benjamin Taguemount.
Dates: 17th November - 17th December 2010 - Galerie d'en Face - 7 rue Paul-Louis Courier - 75007 Paris.
Monday to Saturday, from 11.00 am to 7.30 pm ; late opening thusdays until 9.30pm.
- L’insensé Photo recommends that you start your super tour of the Paris-Photo 2010 with these 13 galleries that we love:
Anne de Villepoix (for Miroslav Tichy), Camera Obscura (for Bernard Plossu), Edwynn Houk (for Moholy Nagy), Eric Franck (for Antanas Sutkus), Esther Woerdehoff (for Loan Nguyen), Vu (for Vanessa Winship)
For their eclectic and brilliant choices : Fifty One Art Gallery, Françoise Paviot, Galerie du jour agnès b., Les Filles du Calvaire, Michael Hoppen, Serge Plantureux, and Anne Barrault.
Finally, a little stroll to the librairy 213 (for their marvels) and don’t forget, before or after your visit, to read the last issue of L’Insensé Photo, British Photographers : you will also find many of these wonderful photographers at the Paris Photo 2010.
Plan your visit using the interactive fair map !
- By ouvretesyeux.fr, Paris Photo partner. Lucie & Simon have been working together in Paris since 2005. Their latest series, Scenes of life, looks at life from afar, or from far above, rather.
All the shots feature people in their familiar everyday surroundings, at a particular instant, a particular time of day… There’s often a sweet tinge of melancholy.
Film Christine Barbe (www.christinebarbe.com)
- By Katalin Timar (Budapest). In partnership with ARTMargins.
My name is Katalin Timar, I’m a curator and I often work with photography. I have here with me Attila Pőcze and László Gergely László. Attila is the owner of Vintage Gallery, a private, commercially run gallery for Hungarian photography, and Gergely represents Lumen Foundation. The Lumen foundation also runs Lumen Gallery, which also focuses on photography.
My first question is, could you please define more in depth what you’re doing, and also how you see each other’s activity within the Hungarian photography scene? …
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