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Bimonthly magazine of 132 pages, available in newsstands and bookstores, Fisheye explores the world through all the photographic writings by privileging the views of emerging authors, without forgetting the established photographers.

On this page, you can find past issues of the magazine, in physical and digital versions.

  • Fisheye Magazine #50
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    Fisheye Magazine #50 – Digital edition

    Instinct

    Fifty issues for a daily newspaper takes less than two months to design, for Fisheye it took us more than eight years. Not that we are lazy, but it takes enthusiasm to tell a story, especially with images. The story of a medium that never stops transforming itself in a magazine that takes its time, it sometimes sparks. Fisheye is not about photography but about photographers, authors, those who create with the real and the unreal. In their complexity, they have brilliantly allowed us to better tell the world in which we live, or at least, we think we live. They inspire us, exalt us, transcend us, sometimes irritate us, but do not leave us indifferent in any way. When I look at the covers of Fisheye, I see joys, pride, disappointments, contradictions, late closings, moments of life, talents, unknowns, stars, women, men, a dog, a cat, birds and now a snake. Emblem of the vital energy by its moult, this animal comes to act the successful transformation, if I judge from your numerous comments, of our new concept.
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    Fisheye Magazine #50

    Instinct

    Fifty issues for a daily newspaper takes less than two months to design, for Fisheye it took us more than eight years. Not that we are lazy, but it takes enthusiasm to tell a story, especially with images. The story of a medium that never stops transforming itself in a magazine that takes its time, it sometimes sparks. Fisheye is not about photography but about photographers, authors, those who create with the real and the unreal. In their complexity, they have brilliantly allowed us to better tell the world in which we live, or at least, we think we live. They inspire us, exalt us, transcend us, sometimes irritate us, but do not leave us indifferent in any way. When I look at the covers of Fisheye, I see joys, pride, disappointments, contradictions, late closings, moments of life, talents, unknowns, stars, women, men, a dog, a cat, birds and now a snake. Emblem of the vital energy by its moult, this animal comes to act the successful transformation, if I judge from your numerous comments, of our new concept.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #49
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    Fisheye Magazine #49 – Digital edition

    Invisibility

    This new Fisheye issue placed under the sign of invisibility highlights works by artists who remind us of the political dimension of images. Like the South African photographer Zanele Muholi (on the cover), who shows us how much an image can impact our consciences, or Elliott Verdier's portfolio in Liberia, or the one by Parlamenti and Pantanella that maps out the "countries that don't exist". Not to mention the exceptional work of Guillaume Herbaut, who paints a scathing portrait of a Fifth Republic at the end of its rope.
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  • Fisheye Magazine 49
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    Fisheye Magazine #49

    Invisibility

    This new Fisheye issue placed under the sign of invisibility highlights works by artists who remind us of the political dimension of images. Like the South African photographer Zanele Muholi (on the cover), who shows us how much an image can impact our consciences, or Elliott Verdier's portfolio in Liberia, or the one by Parlamenti and Pantanella that maps out the "countries that don't exist". Not to mention the exceptional work of Guillaume Herbaut, who paints a scathing portrait of a Fifth Republic at the end of its rope.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #48
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    Fisheye Magazine #48 – Digital edition

    Renaissance

    Fisheye new concept Telling, inspiring, revealing contemporary photography This is neither our 50th issue, nor our 10th anniversary, nor a remarkable date, just the right time to question ourselves and propose a new formula in line with your expectations and with our vision. Fisheye, after eight years, really needed a new look with this fierce will to serve the authors even better. So the team went to work in order to reinvent itself, to question itself, to elevate itself. We kept what we felt was at the heart of the project: the name, the format and the authors. The rest, we rethought entirely. In addition to this new cover (which exists in a premium version for subscribers), you will find two different papers inside. A satin paper at the beginning and at the end for analysis, diaries, portraits, columns or reflection. In the center, a matte paper that serves a sequence of 60 pages of portfolios that tell us stories, without ads, as an immersion in the best of the photo productions of the moment. This sequence is at the heart of the new Fisheye, because it sums up the spirit of the magazine: to find, all over the world, the looks that are most in tune with our time. We wanted to be an anti glossy paper. This object that you hold in your hands has a perenniality. It is no longer a magazine, nor a book, nor a mook, but a separate object that has been designed to pay tribute to photographers. From the fiction of war to the blind who dream in images, from Théo Gosselin's melancholic road trip to the healers of Peru, Fisheye has rethought its heart to better nourish your souls.
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  • Fisheye Magazine 48
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    Fisheye Magazine #48

    Renaissance

    Fisheye new concept Telling, inspiring, revealing contemporary photography This is neither our 50th issue, nor our 10th anniversary, nor a remarkable date, just the right time to question ourselves and propose a new formula in line with your expectations and with our vision. Fisheye, after eight years, really needed a new look with this fierce will to serve the authors even better. So the team went to work in order to reinvent itself, to question itself, to elevate itself. We kept what we felt was at the heart of the project: the name, the format and the authors. The rest, we rethought entirely. In addition to this new cover (which exists in a premium version for subscribers), you will find two different papers inside. A satin paper at the beginning and at the end for analysis, diaries, portraits, columns or reflection. In the center, a matte paper that serves a sequence of 60 pages of portfolios that tell us stories, without ads, as an immersion in the best of the photo productions of the moment. This sequence is at the heart of the new Fisheye, because it sums up the spirit of the magazine: to find, all over the world, the looks that are most in tune with our time. We wanted to be an anti glossy paper. This object that you hold in your hands has a perenniality. It is no longer a magazine, nor a book, nor a mook, but a separate object that has been designed to pay tribute to photographers. From the fiction of war to the blind who dream in images, from Théo Gosselin's melancholic road trip to the healers of Peru, Fisheye has rethought its heart to better nourish your souls.
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  • Fisheye Magazine 47
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    Fisheye Magazine #47 – Digital edition

    Is it necessary to go to a photo school?

    Becoming a photographer covers a wide variety of situations. From applied photography to auteur photography, from advertising to fashion, from photojournalism to the art world or publishing, there is a whole galaxy of professions to work in photography. Is it necessary to go through a school to get there? What are the other possible ways? Internships? Professional training? Apprenticeship? Assistantships? Social networks? A survey that gives the floor to more than twenty actors of the field, half of which are photographers.
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    Fisheye Magazine #47

    Is it necessary to go to a photo school?

    Becoming a photographer covers a wide variety of situations. From applied photography to auteur photography, from advertising to fashion, from photojournalism to the art world or publishing, there is a whole galaxy of professions to work in photography. Is it necessary to go through a school to get there? What are the other possible ways? Internships? Professional training? Apprenticeship? Assistantships? Social networks? A survey that gives the floor to more than twenty actors of the field, half of which are photographers.
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  • Fisheye Magazine 46
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    Fisheye Magazine #46 – Digital edition

    Let's stay creative!

    Photographer, writer, visual artist, draftsman, graphic artist, designer, choreographer, director... Eleven contemporary creators from several generations trace their creative process, delivering their recommendations to young artists in the process. Get out of your comfort zone! Take risks: Experiment! Explore! Work with intensity! Work with your intuition! Be radical! Look for inspiration in your daily life! Learn from your failures! Dig into what is inside you! Find a freedom of spirit! Nourish yourself with the works of other artists! Let your dreams guide you! Revolt!... So many ways to experiment to find your own way.
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    Fisheye Magazine #46

    Let's stay creative!

    Photographer, writer, visual artist, draftsman, graphic artist, designer, choreographer, director... Eleven contemporary creators from several generations trace their creative process, delivering their recommendations to young artists in the process. Get out of your comfort zone! Take risks: Experiment! Explore! Work with intensity! Work with your intuition! Be radical! Look for inspiration in your daily life! Learn from your failures! Dig into what is inside you! Find a freedom of spirit! Nourish yourself with the works of other artists! Let your dreams guide you! Revolt!... So many ways to experiment to find your own way.
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  • Fisheye Magazine 45
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    Fisheye Magazine #45 – Digital edition

    Landscape Surveyors

    Using film or digital photography techniques, mobilizing artificial intelligence algorithms or resorting to physical manipulations, a dozen contemporary photographers offer their vision of landscape, one of the most traditional genres of representation modes. Nourished by centuries of images, these landscape surveyors explore our connection to the world, our relationship to the sublime or to territories in struggle by climbing mountains or immersing themselves in the oceans. Combining fiction, science and visual arts, their poetic investigations question our space and our ways of inhabiting it.
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    Fisheye Magazine #45

    Landscape Surveyors

    Using film or digital photography techniques, mobilizing artificial intelligence algorithms or resorting to physical manipulations, a dozen contemporary photographers offer their vision of landscape, one of the most traditional genres of representation modes. Nourished by centuries of images, these landscape surveyors explore our connection to the world, our relationship to the sublime or to territories in struggle by climbing mountains or immersing themselves in the oceans. Combining fiction, science and visual arts, their poetic investigations question our space and our ways of inhabiting it.
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  • Fisheye Magazine 44
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    Fisheye Magazine #44 – Digital edition

    Women photographers come out of the shadows

    Les Ailleurs, the VR festival at the Gaîté Lyrique

    Climate change, Luca Locatelli's future studies

    POLITICS: Documenting police violence

    PORTFOLIO: The funny idols of Leonard Suryajaya

    TREND: Irving Penn moves to the MEP

    VIDEO GAMES: Photographers' playground

    PORTRAIT : Marie Robert

    SOCIETY: A guide to inclusive photography

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    Fisheye Magazine #44

    Women photographers come out of the shadows

    After our special issue on women photographers in 2017, and the dossier published two years ago on the 10 women who make photography in France, Fisheye returns once again to the lack of visibility of women in the 8th art. The awareness of this underexposure is beginning to be recognized, as evidenced by Une Histoire mondiale des femmes photographes, which has just been published by Textuel editions, which we report on in this feature. But the road is still long. This is underlined by a study commissioned by the Ministry of Culture, whose figures we publish here. The institution has also taken the initiative, with Paris Photo, to organize a digital journey as part of its policy to promote the visibility of women photographers. This platform, ellesxparisphoto.com, brings together nearly 40 women, young, confirmed, little known or who have marked the history of photography. Biographical information, interviews and videos allow us to look back at their commitments.
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  • Fisheye Magazine 43
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    Fisheye Magazine #43 – Digital edition

    Spirituality - Explorations Beyond the Visible

    Quite simply black, making of a self-taught man

    Sarah Moon, The Alchemist

    VR : Photography takes relief

    MUSIC : Wrestling vinyls

    JOB : Léopold Mauger light sculptor

    EVENT : The unexpected invites itself to Vevey

    PORTRAIT : Youssef Nabil, the enchanter

    EDITION : Photo Poche & women photographers

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    Fisheye Magazine #43

    Spiritualities, explorations beyond the visible

    To open the field of mysticism, spirituality and religion is to question our relationship to reality. To wonder if the immaterial takes shape beyond our current scientific knowledge. The search for light, this component at the origin of photography, sometimes leads artists on adventurous paths, in pursuit of worlds populated by chimeras and specters that feed beliefs of all kinds. On the road to shamans or voodoo, from Islam to Judaism, through the lives of saints or those of the dead, the dozen authors gathered in this dossier attempt to connect to other universes. Disturbing incursions where the views become visions.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #42 - Édition numérique
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    Fisheye Magazine #42 – Digital edition

    Sex - an air of freedom

    Paris Expérience Photo, a major festival Containment news, by Fred Stucin & Didier Daeninckx INTERVIEW: Sam Stourzé from Arles at the Villa Medici PORTFOLIO : Ralph Gibson from A to Z VIRTUAL REALITY : The writing residencies of the VR Arles Festival HISTORY : Square, the point on a format SOCIETY: The clichés-proof prison GACILLY : Environment & emerging authors
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    Fisheye Magazine #42

    Sex, an air of freedom

    For seven years that Fisheye has existed, after about fifty publications counting the special issues, we had not yet taken the step. Is it the "age of reason" that frees us from this ban? Or should we simply see it as an obvious fact: sex concerns us all, and photographers have been dealing with it for a long time with perhaps more freedom. Sex, this object of desire, is at the heart of the practices of certain authors, like Antoine D'Agata, who granted us a precious interview. We wanted to try to bend the gender stereotype and to question what links the image to sexuality, beyond pornography. Inclusive, disturbing and joyful, this dossier will surprise you. To get naked, it is a little what the time imposes to us in order to renew itself, and to leave behind us the burden of our prejudices to reinvent itself.
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    All Fisheye

    In need of photographs? Order the Fisheye complete set, including 30 magazines, 5 specials and 3 photobooks, our collection of colourful totebags, stickers and a cap. Immerse yourself, without compromises, in 7 years of photography since the birth of the reference magazine that deciphers the world through photography!
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  • Fisheye Magazine #41 - Édition numérique
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    Fisheye Magazine #41 – Digital edition

    Festival Circulation(s) - 10 years of discoveries

    Black and white on the steps of the Grand Palais Cindy Sherman, mirrored faces. PORTFOLIO: Seba Kurtis's singular prints MUSIC : Japan sets the tunes PUBLISHING : Sabinne Mirlesse and her light stones VIDEO ARTS : Museums in immersion VOGUE : An ecological fashion issue CIMAISES : The Fisheye Gallery emancipates itself
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