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    Seiichi Furuya & Christine Gössler – Face to Face
    Seiichi Furuya & Christine Gössler – Face to Face
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    Seiichi Furuya & Christine Gössler – Face to Face

    In 1973, Seiichi Furuya left Japan for Europe on the Trans-Siberian Railway. He arrived in Austria where he first settled in Vienna, before moving to Graz where he met Christine Gössler in 1978. From that day on, he began to photograph her, in the intimacy of their home in Graz but also during their travels abroad - in Germany, England, Italy...and Japan, their most distant destination. Christine studied art history and worked for the radio, making documentary programs. After the birth of their son in 1981, she became increasingly involved in the world of theater. While she was involved in her acting classes, she began to show signs of schizophrenia. Christine committed suicide in East Berlin in 1985. Since Christine's death, Furuya has never stopped revisiting her archives. This was presented in a series of five books entitled Memoirs, published between 1989 and 2010. In 2018, Seiichi Furuya sorted all of the photos taken by Christine with a pocket camera and a 35mm camera in chronological order for the first time. While processing this new material, he noticed that Christine had taken many portraits of him at about the same time he was photographing her. "This is Face to Face," the photographer realized. This new series consists of 150 photographs, presented in pairs, taken over a period of seven years - from when the couple met to Christine's death. Furuya sees this last project as the final act that will bring the Memoirs, his life's work, to a close.
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  • Vasantha Yogananthan – Afterlife
    Vasantha Yogananthan – Afterlife
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    Vasantha Yogananthan – Afterlife

    Afterlife is the sixth chapter of Vasantha Yogananthan's long-term project, A Myth of Two Souls, inspired by the epic tale The Ramayana. Drawing on the imagery associated with this myth and its pervasiveness in everyday Indian life, Vasantha Yogananthan has traced the legendary journey from North to South India. A Myth of Two Souls is based on the notion of travel in time and space and proposes a modern rereading of the tale. The afterlife centers on the bloody war between Ravana's army and Rama's army. As the title suggests, the chapter deals with death and reincarnation. With Rama's cruelty finally revealed, the series can be read as a visual exploration of one man's descent into the darkness of the soul. Although the images were shot in Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu during two editions of Dussehra - the Indian festival celebrating the victory of good over evil - they do not document the festivities. They focus on the trance that people try to achieve night after night, as if for a week they were allowed to escape their bodies and become someone else. Back at his studio, Yogananthan made collages by mixing several images to put the viewer in a state of disorientation. The Ramayana has been continually rewritten and reinterpreted through time, and for Yogananthan, the Afterlife was taken up by Indian writer Meena Kandasamy. Amma - the seventh and final chapter of A Myth of Two Souls - will be published next year and will mark the end of the project (2013-2021).
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  • Clémentine Schneidermann – I called her Lisa-Marie
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    Clémentine Schneidermann – I called her Lisa-Marie

    Liz named her daughter Lisa Marie, just like Elvis Presley's daughter. French photographer Clementine Schneidermann met Liz in Newport, Wales, just a few miles from the world's biggest festival at the "King." Each year, Liz joins tens of thousands of fans in the seaside resort of Porthcawl to celebrate the life and music of their icon, Elvis Presley. From 2013 to 2017, Schneidermann also joined them, creating portraits of fans Alison and her son, Steve, Samantha and Ian - among many others, for his I Called her Lisa Marie series. Schneidermann spent a lot of time with these people, using his camera to capture the emotion of this flamboyant gathering where the King's life and music offer a moment of solace. Schneidermann is based in Cardiff, and traveled with the Alison and her son from Wales to Memphis, where it all began. She met the couple at the festival, where Alison's son was performing under the stage name Johnny B. Goode. Schneidermann documented their pilgrimage across the Atlantic, creating Johnny B. Goode, a visual travel journal that is presented with I Called her Lisa Marie here in her first monograph.
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    Coco Capitán – If you’ve seen it all close your eyes
    Coco Capitán – If you’ve seen it all close your eyes
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    Coco Capitán – If you’ve seen it all close your eyes

    "If You've Seen It All, Close Your Eyes" features excerpts from a decade of handwritten notebooks by artist Coco Capitán. Coco Capitán has always scribbled her thoughts - everywhere, all the time - often on scraps of paper that have filled notebook after notebook. From her first day in London in 2010 to the present day, and as she travels the world on photography assignments, Coco Capitán's writings provide a glimpse into her freewheeling and instinctive creative process. Playful aphorisms and short poems address a range of subjects with touches of humor and irony. She combines the serious with the mundane, sharing social, metaphorical or sentimental moments in her first book with her characteristic witty tone and hand. London-based artist Coco Capitán (b. 1992, Spain), who earned a BA in fashion photography at the London College of Fashion, followed by an MA in photography at the Royal College of Art, works in a variety of genres, including photography, painting, mural, text, video and installation. Capitán has produced campaigns for world-renowned fashion brands and magazines including Vogue, Dazed, Gucci, APC and Mulberry. His first institutional solo exhibition was held at the Daelim Museum in South Korea (2018). His second is in March 2019 at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris.
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  • Julie Cockburn – Stickybeak
    Julie Cockburn – Stickybeak
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    Julie Cockburn – Stickybeak

    "Stickybeak" is Julie Cockburn's first full-length monograph. The book coincides with Cockburn's solo exhibition "Telling it slant" at the Flowers Gallery in London, UK (September 12-November 2, 2019) We are all, to some extent, slimy beaks. Many of my fictional heroes and heroines spend their time investigating, or at least snooping into, other people's business: Miss Marple, Lieutenant Columbo, Margo Leadbetter. There are even spy stories in my family's not-so-distant history. Anyone with a social media account is engaging in a little staging - it's human nature to be curious. The work in this book was made over a period of twelve years, some one-off experiments, others part of ongoing series that I add to over time. Each piece began with a search for the perfect image, setting myself vaguely rigorous parameters. I selected used postcards, old photographs, fox bookplates and my own childhood drawings. And each of these foundlings had a different story, an unknown or forgotten story to tell. By submitting to my interventions, they were transformed from silent, redundant orphans into material objects with a regenerated heartbeat. I see this book as a continuation of that process. The editors rummaged through the hundreds of images in my archive in the same way I rummage through the pages of online marketplaces or the mixed tables of car boot shows. My hand embroidery and intricate collages are slightly altered here, with the sequence of images hinting at a gentle, humorous narrative. We'll all read it differently, stopping at the pieces that speak to us most strongly, in our favorite language. But in essence, this narrow selection, our chosen set of consequences, examines how we see ourselves and each other, and the ambiguity of life on many levels. Julie Cockburn
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  • Thomas Klotz – EVE, la montagne et la jeune fille
    Thomas Klotz – EVE, la montagne et la jeune fille
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    Thomas Klotz – EVE, la montagne et la jeune fille

    Available with a first edition exclusively for Fisheye, limited to 20 copies in a boxed set and accompanied by a signed and numbered 18 x 24 cm photographic print. Thomas Klotz's story is a montage, a cleverly punctuated juxtaposition, these photos tell a story, the one I see: a tale involving a mountain and a young girl.
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  • Inframince #15 – L’image n’est pas le territoire
    Inframince #15 – L’image n’est pas le territoire
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    Inframince #15 – L’image n’est pas le territoire

    Edtorial / Caroline Bernard - Nicolas Giraud - Portfolio / Who owns the USA Nans Bortuzzo - Dossier / New geographical imaginaries Jean Dubois et AL. - In free fall: an attempt to reflect on the vertical perspective Hito Steyerl - Do we still have our feet on the ground? Guillaume Pascale New devices for questioning territories Danièle Méaux - Laboratory / Blur, leaf, line Jean-Roch Siebauer - Interview / Eric Tabuchi - Nicolas Giraud - Portfolio / Building materials Mezli Vega Osorno The journal inframince, a research journal on image and photography, dedicates its issue 15 to a reflection on the ways of representing our contemporary environments, notably through the augmented forms of the image. An increasing quantity of images is now produced by machines and is more and more addressed to other machines. They map, measure, evaluate and one of the questions is how to insert a practice and a thought in this dialogue of machines. This issue is built in dialogue with the research project Beyond Operative Images conducted by the ENSP and UQAM. It brings together texts by Danièle Méaux, Jean Arnaud, Guillaume Pascale, Hito Steyerl, Jean-Roch Siebauer and an interview with Eric Tabuchi. It is an opportunity to reflect on new modalities of the image and the way they reconfigure our environments.
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  • Voyages extra-ordinaires – Festival du Regard 2020
    Voyages extra-ordinaires – Festival du Regard 2020
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    Festival du Regard 2020 – Voyages extra-ordinaires

    Photography, from its origins, has developed around two axes: the family photo and the travel photo. Whether they are tourist souvenirs captured by amateurs or reports from the other side of the world, photography has by essence a status associated with the idea of displacement, disorientation, elsewhere... And each time, the trip upsets our preconceived ideas and upsets our daily life, far from home we forget the ordinary and we are confronted with the extraordinary. This is what we wanted to highlight here, the ordinary of some can become the extraordinary of others, that of travelers or spectators of a photo exhibition (the Festival du Regard is setting up a huge old post office in Cergy-Pontoise... a journey in itself!). For such is the power of the still image, to stop time and space to propose an interpretation that is both documentary and poetic, both realistic and fictional. Exhibiting photographers : Evgenia Arbugaeva, Rémi Noël, Cédric Delsaux, Graciela Iturbide, Davide Monteleone, Gregor Beltzig, Anita Conti, Bogdan Konopka, FLORE, Philippe Séclier, Richard Mosse, Richard Pak, Ronan Guillou, Giorgio Negro, Robert Kluba The Extraordinary Journeys seen by... Sabine Weiss, Vivian Maier, Bernard Plossu , Max Pam , Françoise Nuñez , Jean-Christophe Béchet, Eric Dessert. Sylvie Hugues and Mathilde Terraube Artistic directors of the Festival du Regard
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  • Aglaé Bory – Odyssées
    Aglaé Bory – Odyssées
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    Aglaé Bory – Odyssées

    Homer's odyssey tells the story of a return that never ends. The return of Ulysses to Ithaca after twenty long years of absence. 
This work is an echo of this original travel story. "I have followed several people in exile, asylum seekers or refugees, most often awaiting status. Most of them live in shelters while waiting for the administration's answer. The wait is often long and painful. It isolates them from reality and locks them in a suspended mental space. Through this succession of portraits and landscapes, I wanted to create a correspondence between their interiority and the landscapes in which these people evolve in order to make this feeling of exile perceptible. 
I photographed them in their places of life, in their daily territory although precarious and temporary. Their eyes are lost through the windows. They are in the blur. They often rely on the sky, whose azure seems to ignore them. The sea is the refuge of their interiority, their hopes and their promises. It is the physical reality of the distance traveled - often they have crossed it to get here - and of the distance."
All suffer from uprootedness and anxiety about their future. This photographic work on exile was made in the city of Le Havre.
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  • La coopérative de Mai, Julien Mignot, JD Beauvallet – 20 No Music, No Life!
    La coopérative de Mai, Julien Mignot, JD Beauvallet – 20 No Music, No Life!
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    La coopérative de Mai, Julien Mignot, JD Beauvallet – 20 No Music, No Life!

    In March 2020, the Coopérative de Mai celebrates its 20th anniversary. 20 years is the age of a constantly rejuvenated audience that has made the venue its focal point. 20 years is the dizzying countdown of activism, of support to local artists, of clearing the way for Clermont-Ferrand to be on the map of cities that count. Proud of its work, of its importance in the local fabric, the Coopé sees then big and high: the team dreams of a beautiful book, which will be classified among the works of art. Because contrary to what Serge Gainsbourg, whose name the street of the hall bears, affirmed, the team does not believe in the hierarchy between high and low culture, between learned music and popular music. The legendary humility of Didier Veillault and his troops has its limits: they want to hit hard by bringing in indisputable stars. They propose the photographer Julien Mignot and JD Beauvallet, co-founder of the Inrockuptibles. Both are real references and have personal ties with the region. Julien Mignot had already worked in 2005, he was completing a one-year residency at the Coopérative de Mai. His work became his first book. 15 years later, he pinches himself when he is again contacted by the Clermont-Ferrand venue: he is proposed to think, together with JD Beauvallet, about a carte blanche to realize a new work, this time on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the Coop.
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  • Jane Evelyn Atwood – Pigalle People 1978–1979
    Jane Evelyn Atwood – Pigalle People 1978–1979
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    Jane Evelyn Atwood – Pigalle People 1978–1979

    A rare testimony on the Pigalle of the late 1970s, by one of the greatest photographers of today. Paris, 1978. Jane Evelyn Atwood, a young American, walks the streets of Pigalle after her first photographic report dedicated to the city's prostitutes. It is the district of trans-sexuals, with its bars for regulars, its heat, its joys and its violence. One day the photographer sees two transsexuals enter a building. She follows them. They let her photograph them. That's where this book begins. The images it gathers will be realized over a period of a little more than a year, confirming what will be from now on the principles of Jane Evelyn Atwood's work: long time, immersion, respect and empathy. And the world of the night, which fascinates her. This book, full of compassion and lucidity, tells of a Pigalle that has now disappeared, swept away by AIDS and the change of era.
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  • Frédéric Stucin – Only Bleeding
    Frédéric Stucin – Only Bleeding
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    Frédéric Stucin – Only Bleeding

    A cinematographic and unvarnished Las Vegas seen by a great contemporary portraitist. Las Vegas. City of gambling, neon lights, debauchery, exaggeration, entertainment. However, there are no casinos, palaces, slot machines or stripteases in this book, the first monograph by the portraitist Frederic Stucin. Only Bleeding gathers images made in Las Vegas between 2011 and 2017, Downtown and along the Strip, the boulevard where 35 to 40 million visitors are concentrated per year. But of this mirage city, finally, it is little question... In black and white to get to the point and erase any documentary malen- tense, in horizontal format to accentuate the cinematographic dimension, like a long travelling memory in the manner of the beginning of Down By Law by Jim Jarmusch, but where each image leaves the reader free to invent his own memories: these images do not explain anything, they observe. In the purest line of Street Photography, they probe the soul of an imaginary city, take the pulse of its buzzing, movement, wandering, solitude and margins. They resemble the memories of happy days in which the one who remembers would not have participated, and from which he would only manage to glean tired debris.
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  • Jean-Christian Bourcart – L’oiseau noir perché à droite dans ma tête
    Jean-Christian Bourcart – L’oiseau noir perché à droite dans ma tête
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    Jean-Christian Bourcart – L’oiseau noir perché à droite dans ma tête

    An autobiographical story, both dark and luminous, by one of today's great photographers of the intimate. The black bird perched on the right side of my head is an autobiographical story that mixes deceptively disparate photographs and texts from Jean-Christian Bourcart's diary. Photographs and texts are put in dialogue, sometimes responding directly, sometimes in a more subjective way. Alternating narrative fragments from distant travels (Madagascar, China, Japan, Nicaragua...), reflections of inner life (dreams, feelings, fantasies, nightmares), glimpses of the American society in which he lives and family or intimate scenes, the book bears witness to the evolution of the author in a period of transition where he moves away from his social life to engage in the study of shamanism and sacred plants of Amazonia. Crossed by a brutal vitality as much as by an impossible search for comfort and peace, sometimes dark and painful, sometimes luminous and sweet, Jean-Christian Bourcart invites us to cross a stubbornly unstable universe, faithful to his attraction to the motifs of contradiction and movement. By transposing what happens in his own life, he would like to suggest the ineffable possibility of exploring - with humor as much as possible - new territories of human experience, whose limits are too often imposed by ourselves.
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  • Yohanne Lamoulère – Faux Bourgs
    Yohanne Lamoulère – Faux Bourgs
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    Yohanne Lamoulère – Faux Bourgs

    Marseille in the lens of Yohanne Lamoulère : a decade of intuitive and sensitive observation. Marseille fascinates as much as it disturbs. Since 2009, Yohanne Lamoulère has been tracking the city's upheavals, portraying its disasters and shattering its representations in order to better reinvent them in the company of those who live there. The photographer roots her obsessions in it: the peripheral neighborhoods - which are for her the vibrant heart of the city -, youth, self-image and the identity link that one maintains with one's territory. Everything here is shown of the reality of relegated neighborhoods, with the precision tinged with poetry of those who know what they are photographing. In the end, it is indeed a particular energy that emerges from these "false towns" and testifies to their universal belonging to untouched worlds, those from which possibilities, love and dreams emerge.
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  • The Tourist –
    Kourtney Roy - The Tourist
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    Kourtney Roy – The Tourist

    "Some contexts make our intentions so clear that we don't even need to express them to be understood. With The Tourist, Kourtney Roy once again distinguishes herself as a virtuoso of contextual creation. The Tourist contains all the Roy trademarks we have come to love and expect: self-portraiture, a cinematic approach, her distinctive color palette, and a tension between the witty and the sinister, the conventional and the bizarre, the chic and the fake. We also discover with pleasure that the boundaries between reality and fantasy are blurred. But the outstanding quality of The Tourist lies in the meticulous organization of the moment when we leave our extensive world and enter his intensive one. Roy creates a visual metaphor for a world we think we know. Yet his masterful use of juxtaposition tells us that this is not the world we thought it was. The details are meticulously chiseled and arranged, the scenes both familiar and strange. The diving mask over the mouth from which a cigarette hangs, the pool boy's mop abandoned near a fake temple; the furry mules near the water are never a good idea, nor are the stilettos on the slippery edge of a pool. The overall effect is that of a big hammer blow to the vacation cliché. According to many studies, most people prefer the anticipation and memory to the actual experience of their vacation. That's why photos are so important to them. They eliminate disappointment and create a pearly memory of pleasures that never happened. Roy reverses the ritual by taking us to a setting that is seemingly glamorous, but is actually much closer to our own experience: one-night stands turned into romantic affairs; boredom that leads to emptying a bottle of booze in an extreme version of the cocktail enjoyed poolside; ice cream that melts and sinks among the knock-off jewelry; a sense of trepidation, as if someone is about to yell "Shark!", but not to signal the presence of a turquoise plastic bladder..."

    Del Barrett, extract

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  • Pierre de Vallombreuse – Badjaos
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    Pierre de Vallombreuse – Badjaos

    Lost on the borders of northern Borneo, Indonesia's Sulawesi archipelago and the southern Philippines, sailing the Sulu and Sulawesi Seas, thousands of nomads in the Badjao Sea are seeing their way of life threatened, as are their sedentary cousins and all the people of the region who make a living from fishing on the shoals. Millions of people are concerned. In this region, a real powder keg, where pirates, Muslim extremists now linked to Daesh, corrupt police officers, traffickers of all kinds (human, drugs, cigarettes, weapons ...), these few thousands of stateless nomads try to survive, victims of these armed groups.

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  • Eugène Atget – Voir Paris
    Eugène Atget – Voir Paris
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    Eugène Atget – Voir Paris

    Eugène Atget (1857-1927), the most famous photographer of old Paris, tirelessly travelled the capital with his bellows camera loaded with glass plates from 1897 onwards, for thirty years, capturing the topography of a changing city. The result of two years of research, carried out jointly by Anne de Mondenard and Agnès Sire, this book brings together a selection of 146 photographs from the 9,164 prints that make up the Atget collection at the Carnavalet Museum. Conceived as a dreamlike and aesthetic stroll, Voir Paris takes us on a journey through time through the stalls, building courtyards, plush interiors, alleys, cafés, ragpickers in the area, urban gardens, quays of the Seine... Favoring the early morning light, his absolute mastery of framing, his attention to the lines of buildings, to unexpected details, to abandoned things elaborate a singular universe. With Atget, photography is reduced to itself, it has no preparation. Through his vision, which mixes the imaginary and the real, Eugène Atget invented modern photography. The photographs, printed in four colors, retain their original edges in the book. They thus bear witness to the materiality and tonality of the original prints, which is unprecedented in the publication of Atget's work.
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    Albarrán Cabrera – Pale Blue • 95.00
    Albarrán Cabrera – Pale Blue • 95.00
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    Albarrán Cabrera – Pale Blue • 95.00

    Pale Blue · is a tribute to an emblematic photograph and an emblematic character, the astronomer Carl Sagan.

    This photograph is the one showing the planet Earth, taken on February 14, 1990 by the space probe Voyager 1 at a record distance of about 6 billion kilometers, part of the Family Portrait (set of photographs of the solar system taken that day). It is called A Pale Blue Dot, after the title of a book inspired by this photograph, written in 1994 by Carl Sagan, because the Earth appears in it as a tiny blue dot. The book Pale Blue - by Albarrán Cabrera is a symbolic journey starting from the origins of the planet Earth. The different layers of this Earth help humanity to better understand its own origins and evolution, and this "memory" seems to want to tell him that their destinies are inseparable, but that it is the responsibility of humanity to "preserve and cherish this pale blue dot, the only home it has ever known. Limited edition of 500 numbered copies.
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  • Rémi Coignet – Conversations, vol.3
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    Rémi Coignet – Conversations, vol.3

    Conversations is a book of interviews with contemporary photographers, conducted by Rémi Coignet, photo book critic. Since 2014, when the first volume was published, the aim has been to give a prominent place to photographers, so that they can make their voices heard in the publishing field, often forgotten in favor of those of critics, journalists and curators. Photographers, editors and graphic designers are invited to revisit their work and reveal their intentions. In the course of these interviews, a geography of contemporary photography is sketched out, in the continuity of the two previous volumes, Conversations, published in 2015, and Conversations 2, published in 2016. This third volume focuses on photographers who are particularly interested in publishing and editorial work. The photographers discuss their editorial project, their vision of the photo book and its importance in their photographic practice. Rémi Coignet also interviews photo book publishers to give voice to an underrepresented sector. Interviews with : Laurence Aëgerter Julian Baron Sophie Calle Edmund Clark Antoine d'Agata Amaury da Cunha Mishka Henner William Klein Susan Meiselas Pino Musi Sophie Ristelhueber Dayanita Singh Carlos Sporttorno Kajta Stuke & Oliver Sieber Pierre von Kleist Donovan Wylie
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  • Raphaël Dallaporta – Équation du temps
    Raphaël Dallaporta – Équation du temps
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    Raphaël Dallaporta – Équation du Temps

    Équation du Temps restores an experiment both artistic and scientific initiated in 2018 at Paris Observatory by photographer Raphaël Dallaporta. Conducted jointly with researchers from Syrte (Système de Références Temps-Espaces) at Paris Observatory, the "Equation of Time" experiment aims to verify the differences between true solar time, indicated by sundials, and mean solar time, indicated by clocks. While the meridian of the true solar time is a straight line, the meridian of the mean solar time has the shape of an elongated eight. During one year, Raphaël Dallaporta realized every day at midday a shot of the image of the sun entering the Cassini room of the Paris Observatory. The accumulation over the year reveals the 8-curve of the equation of time ∞ figured by the image of the Sun on the Earth. About the equation of time The equation of time is a concept that reflects the inequalities of solar time. The notion of "mean solar time" corresponds to an ideal, fictitious time when the Sun returns in the same direction after 24 h. Every day when the Sun is visible, the Sun passes at the meridian of the observatory, in this Cassini room. One sees there this spot of light which cuts the meridian of Paris at the solar noon. Each of the first 365 pages of this book is centered on the position of the image of the Sun at the time of its passage at the local midday in the Cassini room of the Paris Observatory (48°50'11''N - 02°20'14''E). The shots were taken by Raphaël Dallaporta at the eyecup located at 9.933 m south of the meridian. From this point of view, the image of the Sun appears circular, the perspective reducing the variations of its elliptic projection during the year. The astronomer and historian of science Denis Savoie explains in the following pages the principles of the equation of time, according to the drawing of the figure eight curve when the revolution of the Earth around the Sun after one year is accomplished. Conceived as a playful flip book object by the studio Kummer & Herrman, the reader discovers the figure eight curve that is formed over the pages. In the afterword, the astronomer Denis Savoie explains the principles of the equation of time, according to the curve in eight, the revolution of the Earth around the Sun after one year. The book was produced as part of the Niépce Gens d'Images Prize, of which The Eyes Publishing is a patron since 2019, in collaboration with Picto Foundation.
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