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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

    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 #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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    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 #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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    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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    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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  • Fisheye Magazine #41 - Édition numérique
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    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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    Circulation(s) festival, 10 years of discoveries

    The Circulation(s) festival celebrates today its 10th edition. Ten years of clearing the young European photography, its emergences, its experimentations, its adventures. An itinerary that we have often accompanied in the pages of our magazine, so close are our sensibilities. Many of the artists we have seen hanging on the walls of the festival and published in the pages of Fisheye. There is no coincidence in this partnership, as evidenced by the portrait we already devoted to its flamboyant founder, Marion Hislen, in September 2015, who returns here in a long interview on this beautiful story. This dossier also gives us the opportunity to unfold a panorama in images of this decade and to collect the words of some of the 500 authors discovered by the team of Fetart, the association behind this event.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #40 - Édition numérique
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    Fisheye Magazine #40 – Digital edition

    DOSSIER: WINTER TALES

    APPALACHIAS: SNAKES OF FAITH LIANZHOU, AN UNPREDICTABLE FESTIVAL PORTFOLIO : The hallucinated world of Gabriel Boyer FOCUS : Counter-history of slavery PORTRAIT : Kyotography by Lucille Etyusuke NUMERIC ARTS  : La Gaîté Lyrique does experiences bodies POLITIC  : Claudia Andujar and the Amerindians
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    Winter Tales

    "Hate is the winter of the heart," wrote Victor Hugo in Les Contemplations. Thus, winter is rarely associated with a positive time. Literature overflows with languid anticipation of spring, the season of renewal, love and life. Winter is associated with death, sadness and cold. Yet, winter is beautiful, intriguing, unexpected, and visually rich. When we looked at this theme, we never imagined we would find such a pictorial excitement with authors who embrace winter with passion to transcribe its mysteries. Like storytellers, they write a new grammar of the image that slips into the recesses of our imagination. We dive into the great white, supernatural and incredibly bewitching, as we abandon ourselves to an illicit substance, with fear in our stomachs but our hearts exalted. More than a semantic, this file is a feeling, a conviction, a grimoire which conceals magic formulas that only the letting go and the acceptance of the reverie will allow to decipher.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #39 - Édition numérique
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    Fisheye Magazine #39 – Digital edition

    Special Paris Photo

    Ecology, a world in free fall Deepfakes, videos in the age of suspicion Chile, a story through books FISHEYE GALLERY : Stéphane Lavoué and Morvarid K JOB: Antoine Romand, photo expert EXHIBITION : Rehabilitated women artists PORTRAIT : Michel Poivert or the exercise of the gaze
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    Ecology, authors at the bedside of a drifting world

    Photographers are obliged to go into the field to make their images. Always in the front row, they know the world better than we do. This is probably the reason why many of them became aware - long before ecology became a "trend" - of the environmental problems that threaten our planet. This is probably also the reason why they have become involved in the issue of water, climate change, the destruction of biodiversity, pollution problems, the disappearance of forests, consumerist and energy-guzzling aberrations... They have become alert launchers through images that challenge us by their beauty, their horror or their disturbing strangeness. Without harboring many illusions about the ability of photos to change the world, they continue, they insist, they strive to invent new forms of images that surprise us and make us think.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #38 - Édition numérique
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    Fisheye Magazine #38 – Digital edition

    Fashion, the new era

    In the workshop of Dolores Marat Arab world, modern scenes WEB PROJECT : Reserved for women PORTFOLIO : Bike Kill by JulieGlassberg EXPOSITION : Wolfgang Tillmans by Pascal Beausse VIDEO ART : These movies of which you are the hero PORTRAIT : Charlotte Rampling, woman of images
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    Fashion, the new era

    For more than a century, glossy printed photographs have not only chronicled fashion trends, they have also reflected the cultural shifts that are taking place in society. Eulogizing clothing to arouse desire and encourage purchase, the history of fashion photography is marked by a number of revolutions triggered by photographers, art directors or magazines. So many seismographs recording the tremors of each decade. Simple niche market at its origin, this photography became a determining actor of the mass consumption culture. The arrival of digital technology, with its accessible tools and its expanded modes of distribution, has given rise to new practices for a whole generation of authors. The latter, freer and more uninhibited than their elders, give free rein to their questioning of gender, identity and their personal universes that they express far from the agreed rules of the celebration of clothing. This singularity and this freedom of tone make the interest of these authors who redraw the contours of fashion photography today.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #37 - Édition numérique
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    Fisheye Magazine #37 – Digital edition

    The taste of the authors: 10 photographers favorites

    ARLES'S MEETINGS : Our selection JOB : Internet moderators INSTAGRAM : The butlers of Instagram VR : All about the VR Arles Festival MUSEUMS : 10 Chinese photographers to discover MUSIC : Electro, the picture echo VIDEO ART : Bad Animation, the praise of bad taste
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    The taste of authors: 10 photographers favorites

    For six years now, the Fisheye teams have been defending an authors' policy - a notion inherited from the 7th art that critics and directors of the New Wave claimed loud and clear. Photographers are also authors, and we would like to pay tribute to them once again in an exceptional 60-page dossier that gives pride of place to the image. The ten artists we publish here have, for the most part, already found their place in our magazine, on our website, or on the walls of our gallery. We continue to follow their work and to support them, because they are the line of force of our activities. These are the women and men who, through their eyes, give us a different view of the world. They are the very material of these pages, and without their creativity and loyalty, we would not be here today.
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