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  • Stéphane Lavoué - Les loges du Français
    Stéphane Lavoué - Les loges du Français
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    Stéphane Lavoué – Les loges du Français

    Never has such a special and surprising visit been proposed. Inside the Comédie-Française are arranged - on three floors - forty boxes reserved for the sixty members and residents of the Institution. The same key opens all these boxes, each one telling a story of theatre, stage, words by Molière and other authors, rhythms, scans and sentences. In partnership with the Comédie-Française.
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    Stéphane Lavoué - The Kingdom
    Stéphane Lavoué - The Kingdom
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    Stéphane Lavoué – The Kingdom

    "I arrived there by chance one evening, following the winding curves of the North Ridge Road, a muddy, bumpy ridge road that connects the farms of West-Burke and Sutton to each other. Without ever having the impression of having crossed a border. It wasn't until the early morning hours, when I left my New England-style wooden house, that I accompanied my hosts to their Sunday mass in Barton, in the North East Kingdom of Vermont. Intrigued by the idea that in the heart of the United States of America, I had illegally penetrated into royal territory, I decided to undertake the journey that would lead me to its confines, from the southern shores of Lake Memphremagog to the slopes of the Green Mountains, to meet the sentinels and subjects of the Kingdom. I came across the desolation of these gutted houses, as if blown down by time, abandoned by their owners, victims of industrial decline. I came across young utopian farmers who had come to experiment with an alternative life of decline, refusing mechanization, whispering in the ears of oxen and horses an unknown language. I met bear hunters with bows and arrows, taxidermists in wolf skin, the princess of the slaughterhouses, an old explorer and the woman with the log. I went from farm to farm, some opening the doors of others. And, transforming little by little my path between lake and hills into a royal quest, I asked each one the question: But where is the King? Stéphane Lavoué
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  • Sandrine Elberg - Cosmic
    Sandrine Elberg - Cosmic
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    Sandrine Elberg – Cosmic

    From a literal point of view, it is true that one might be tempted to equate these photographs with a long tradition of scientific observation - images thought to be created with a microscope stand alongside those that could have been made with a telescope. Some of the patterns are like particles saturated with life or energy; some have an organic consistency, while others are like outpourings of matter, electric arcs or molten bodies rising from nothing. Other circular figures could be associated with the portholes of any exploration machine. But what really polarizes Sandrine Elberg's work around scientific principles is not so much the visual evocations, a global physiognomy, as the way she considers the production of these photographs. Indeed, if the attraction for the cosmic environments never fades, it is the whole operating mode which is apprehended in a logic comparable to that of the experimental sciences, especially when it is a question of validating hypotheses oscillating between clairvoyance and surprise, or of hesitating between conscious invention and fortuitous discovery. Julien Verhaeghe
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  • Sandrine Elberg - M.O.O.N - Mysterious Orbital Object Non-identifield
    Sandrine Elberg - M.O.O.N - Mysterious Orbital Object Non-identifield
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    Sandrine Elberg – M.O.O.N – Mysterious Orbital Object Non-identifield

    Sandrine Elberg presents her second self-published book dedicated to her photographic work composed of stellar images that she has been making for several years during her travels and experiments in her darkroom. After her first photographic travel book Cosmic, Sandrine Elberg unveils M.O.O.N and invites us to the space travel and to the discovery of a new Moon. Sandrine Elberg's books are unique and unclassifiable objects: a journey into the cosmos, appealing to our collective imagination, to contemplation as well as to reverie. Through M.O.O.N, the artist wanted to pay tribute to Valentina Terechkova, the first woman cosmonaut sent into space. The book also marks the fiftieth anniversary of the first step of man on the Moon on July 21, 1969.
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  • PhotoBook #3
    PhotoBook #3
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    PhotoBook #3

    For its third edition, the Photobook brings together the best work of photographers published on fisheyemagazine.fr for 1 year. This daily selection, which clears the pages of the net to the discovery of new talents, is at the heart of our editorial project. The Photobook allows to crystallize the identity of Fisheye and affirm our editorial line through a broad overview of our discoveries. More than a book, the Photobook is an annual project that provides an overview of contemporary photographic creation on the web.
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  • PhotoBook #2
    PhotoBook #2
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    PhotoBook #2

    For its second edition, the Photobook brings together the best work of photographers published on fisheyemagazine.fr for 1 year. This daily selection, which clears the pages of the net to the discovery of new talents, is at the heart of our editorial project. The Photobook allows to crystallize the identity of Fisheye and affirm our editorial line through a broad overview of our discoveries. More than a book, the Photobook is an annual project that provides an overview of contemporary photographic creation on the web.
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  • PhotoBook #1
    PhotoBook #1
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    PhotoBook #1

    This first book edited by Fisheye brings together more than 300 young photographers from five continents and published on fisheyemagazine.fr between 2015 and 2016. This set of images, curated by the editorial staff, offers a unique vision of contemporary photographic creation.
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