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  • Fisheye Magazine #33 - Édition numérique
    Fisheye Magazine #33 - Édition numérique
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    Fisheye Magazine #33 – Digital edition

    Special Paris Photo: 10 women who make the photo.

    CHARLOTTE ABRAMOW : Reveals his first book INTERVIEW WITH JR : The artist reveals his mechanics FOCUS : Photo painting in India PORTRAIT : Antoine d'Agata, the live world AS AN ASIDE : A new photo house in Lyon PORTFOLIO : Alain Keller, journal of a photographer SOCIETY : Architecture and resistance in Notre-Dame-des-Landes VIDEO ART : TeamLab, the digitized nature
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    Fisheye Magazine #33

    The women who make the photo

    Is there such a thing as a woman's eye? Should quotas be imposed to compensate for the under-exposure of women photographers in cultural events, even though they are in the majority when they leave photo schools. Should we implement positive discrimination? These are the questions that a dozen women involved in the photo industry in France are answering today. They are independent curators, gallery owners, photo editors, managers at the Ministry of Culture... Their points of view allow them to address with finesse subjects that are currently crossing the photography scene, and that will be developed during several round tables at Paris Photo, among others.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #32 - Édition numérique
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    Fisheye Magazine #32 – Digital edition

    FAKE NEWS, THE MANUFACTURE OF THE REAL

    DOCU OR FICTION: TWO VISIONS OF THE PRISON VEVEY, THE EXTRAVAGANT FESTIVAL PORTRAIT : Vera Michalski-Hoffman and Arles PORTFOLIO : Saudade in Rio by Vincent Catala SOCIETY : Roboteca, identities and reconstruction VR  : Journey to the heart of a giant sequoia FOCUS  : Europe across the border EDITION  : American trilogy, road trip in 3 volumes
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  • Fisheye Magazine #31 - Édition numérique
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    Fisheye Magazine #31 – Digital edition

    Dating from Arles

    DIS PAPA, SCHIZOPHRENIA IN IMAGES THE MIDDLE EAST-UTOPIC OF ANDREA AND MAGDA PORTRAIT : Raphaëlle Stopin, watchwoman of emergences JOB : Editorial Director at Magnum HISTORY : Guerlain and the photo celebrate their 190th birthday VIDEO ART : Diving in Afrocyberfeminism
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    Fisheye Magazine #31

    Special report on Rencontres d'Arles

    For this special 30-page dossier on the great photo event of the summer, we've selected about 15 exhibitions, a few nuggets from the off, without forgetting the virtual reality festival and the Delphine Diallo retrospective organized by the Fisheye teams. You will also find some good places to have a snack between two exhibitions or a drink: a great opportunity to celebrate the 5th anniversary of your favorite magazine!
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  • Fisheye Magazine #30 - Édition numérique
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    Fisheye Magazine #30 – Digital edition

    Social photo, militant practices.

    APPALACHES : Portrait of deep America LAURENT TROUDE : A life in the countryside PORTRAIT : Claudine Doury in love with adolescence VR : Face to face with The Enemy VIDEO ART : Cory Arcangel, past broken down
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    Fisheye Magazine #30

    Social photography, activist practices

    More than photojournalists who respond to press orders, the actors of social photography make their practice a life choice, which is also a political choice. With new writings to awaken our consciences. A photography of commitment that renews the classic approaches of photoreportage to move the lines. The authors presented in this dossier propose us to look at what we don't see, what we don't want to see, what we can't see anymore.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #29 - Édition numérique
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    Fisheye Magazine #29 – Digital edition

    Free body

    BANGKOK STREET REVOLUTION EYES WILD OPEN, THE EVENT EXHIBITION IN BRUSSELS FISHEYE GALLERIE : The wanderings of Thibault L'Évèque PORTFOLIO : Izumi Miyazaki: the strange universe VR :  Sam Walker walks in dreams
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    Fisheye Magazine #28 -Digital edition

    China in transition

    IN THE OPAL MINES OF THE AUSTRIAN OUTBACK ROMAN-PHOTO, THE SHEET OF AN ERA PORTRAIT : François Cheval, a man of museums MUSIC : Romeo Elvis puts the straussosphere in orbit FISHEYE GALLERY : Pascal Arnaud, Picto Fashion Award
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    Fisheye Magazine #28

    China in transition

    It is to a real exploration that our dossier dedicated to the photographic creation in China invites you. In addition to a report that took us to Lianzhou to discover the first public museum of photography, to Xiamen for the second edition of the Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival, and to Hong Kong to visit the new galleries, you will find many portfolios and analyses to understand the reasons for this effervescence. Chinese photographers bear witness to the mutations of their country through their views and experiments, using in turn documentary images, staging, performance, vernacular images, video or virtual worlds.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #27 - Édition numérique
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    Fisheye Magazine #27 – Digital edition

    Paris Photo Special

    EDITION : A new generation turns the page RELIGION : In the United States faith does not know the crisis MEDIA : The videos that make the buzz PORTRAIT : Lise Sarfati, East or West VIDEO ART : From the physical to the digital ECONOMY : Towards an uberisation of the photo EDUCATION : Workshops in the heart of a township WEB PROJECT : In the murky waters of Kamchatka
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    Fisheye Magazine #27

    Publishing, a new generation turns the page

    The world of photo publishing is in the midst of a major shakeup. A new generation of independent publishers is shaking things up. Favoring the production of book-objects made with inventive graphic designers, they are reviving an editorial audacity that was thought to have disappeared. These new players are taking note of the difficulties of the market and are taking advantage of the new tools of production and distribution to develop creative works where the writing of tomorrow is invented. Let's dive into this laboratory of photography through a dozen publishers of this new wave.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #26 - Édition numérique
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    Fisheye Magazine #26 – Digital edition

    Photography and architecture, new perspectives.

    TINDER GENERATION JÉRÔME HAT WAY PUZZLE PORTRAIT : Marin Karmitz at the Red House HISTORY : Lambeaux, a Creole memory GALLERY : Agathe Gaillard passes the torch FOCUS : Photograph of the contemporary Arab world MUSIC : Roger Ballen and Die Antwoord
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    Fisheye Magazine #26

    Photography & Architecture, new perspectives

    Architects dream of themselves as photographers and vice versa. Each one looks at each other with envy and the collaborations often result in quite fusional projects. The destiny of the former and that of the eighth art also intersect on the rise of the notion of collective, shaking the image of the individual creator who reigned until then as master. The use of light, heritage, common memory: the points of rapprochement between these two cousins are infinite. A file to nibble without moderation in which could hide, between the lines, 3D images and models.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #25 - Édition numérique
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    Fisheye Magazine #25 – Digital edition

    Special Arles. Make beautiful meetings.

    WEALTH GENERATION : An investigation by Laurent Greenfield ISABELLE : The woman with 140 portraits PORTRAIT : Agnes B. Capitalization ECOLOGY : Radioactive beauty of Japan POLITICS : The glitter policy by Myop VIDEO ART : Video art, a macho sector? EXHIBITION : The new creation of Valérie Beun PRICE : Philippe Chancel, Fidal Documentary Award
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  • Fisheye Magazine #25
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    Fisheye Magazine #25

    Arles Special - Make beautiful encounters

    For the 4th anniversary of Fisheye, the editorial staff has prepared a generous 140-page issue with a special report on the Rencontres d'Arles, which includes a review of the exhibitions not to be missed: whether it's the highlights on Colombia and Iran, the program of the Fisheye Gallery, which is taking up its summer quarters in the South, or the VR Arles Festival, which is shifting into high gear with some 20 films shown over two months. You will also find the amazing story of Isabelle Mège, the woman with 140 portraits; a portfolio on Lauren Greenfield's Generation Wealth, a twenty-five year investigation on consumer society; politics in glitter mode by the Myop agency; the latest work of Valérie Belin; or the portrait of Agnès b. on the occasion of the presentation of her photo collection in Avignon. Not to mention our games, music, lab, video and Tumblr pages... among others.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #24
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    Fisheye Magazine #24

    Modern Bestiary

    Fisheye is a society magazine that deals with the world through the eyes of photographers, and it seemed obvious to us that authors engaged in the representation of animals had new things to tell us. With images that speak above all about us, humans, and the way we project our fears, our weaknesses and our social organizations onto animals. Finding the authors around the globe was a delight, a real treasure hunt that allowed us to find beautiful, funny, moving or inspiring nuggets. Contemporary wildlife photography delivers strong messages, like William Wegman, who signs the cover of this issue. This 24th edition of Fisheye went to the country of the Rising Sun to see what was happening in Kyotographie, the new up-and-coming festival, before exploring the photographic offerings of the Netherlands, as generous as they are varied. Then it was to Sweden, in the suburbs of Malmö, that Martin Bogren took us with his Tractor Boys, offering us, thanks to his smoky images, a dizzying journey into the world of teenagers. But we didn't neglect France, either, as we went to La Gacilly, in Brittany, to discover emerging talents, or to Vichy, where the Modds agency exhibited its French touch at the Portrait(s) festival. This issue also takes you to other territories: Adobe is preparing a revolution that should reshape the landscape in depth; some municipalities are deploying their anti-homeless arsenal, which the Survival Group catalogues in images... But fortunately, Guerlain brings us a touch of poetry with the photos of Sarah Moon, Alice Springs and Dolorès Marat, who take a look at women...
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  • Fisheye Magazine #23
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    Fisheye Magazine #23

    Month of Photography, the bet of Greater Paris

    The new Month of Photography plays on openness and curiosity. Beyond the institutional venues and specialized galleries that usually mark out the event, this edition ventures into lesser-known places in the Parisian suburbs with an eclectic program and no less than a hundred exhibitions. The organizers do not produce, they federate, galvanize, highlight and attempt a collective adventure. In these mysteries, we went in search of meaning to offer you our reading. Are we objective? Certainly not, and this is what we propose: a reading of the world, a point of view through photography. We went to look at amateur photography and participative exhibitions: Le Grand Paris vu de nos fenêtres and L'Histoire est à Noue. We were interested in thematic exhibitions that tell us our history: Autophoto and L'Esprit français, 1969-1989, among others. And we went to discover the work of students, these researchers who question photography in their "laboratories". We have also prepared a selection of about twenty exhibitions not to be missed. In this issue, you will also find a focus on India, which explores the photo manifestations of the sub-continent. You'll go into photo novel mode in cities held by the FN, before venturing on Jack Kerouac's last road, making a detour to Upper Volta, and then visiting Stéphane Lavoué's Le Royaume, a new exhibition at the Fisheye Gallery (March 30 to May 6, 2017).
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  • Fisheye Magazine #22
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    Fisheye Magazine #22

    Photographers and Politics: Power Games

    2017 will be an intense political year, between the election of a new President of the Republic next May and the election of the National Assembly in June. A great opportunity to examine the relationship between photographers and politicians, who regularly clash over issues of the power of image and the image of power. The views of a dozen authors served as guides in this investigation and led us to editorial offices, print and web, and social networks. A way to decipher how, from information to propaganda, images try to take power over our consciences. This issue also focuses on the new edition of Circulation(s), on a trip to Lianzhou, China, the land of all photographic possibilities, to New Orleans by night and to nightclubs by day. You will also descend into the bowels of the Earth with Raphaël Dallaporta to (re)visit the Chauvet cave in a surprising way. You will go to Haiti to discover Kolektif 2 Dimansyon, and then Corentin Fohlen's offbeat look presented at the Fisheye Gallery, starting January 18. You will travel to Flint, Michigan, to meet Claressa "T-Rex", a young woman who has just won her second Olympic boxing title in Rio.
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  • Fisheye Magazine #21
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    Fisheye Magazine #21

    Africa revealed by itself

    We've been circling around African photography for a while now without really managing to find the right angle. Obviously, since Fisheye's inception, we've done a lot of articles on the subject, but it seemed to deserve more. The creativity, energy and talent of African photographers are obvious. Beyond the founding fathers, notably Malians or South Africans, it is a whole new generation that displays its style, its point of view and its aspirations in a global impulse that celebrates the multiple influences of the continent. With this dossier, we have tried to share our view of this fundamental movement without trying to be encyclopedic. In this issue 21 with its increased pagination (148 pages), you will also find a focus on Polish photography, a report on the Valparaiso festival, several portfolios, from adolescence seen by Steeve Iuncker to the situation in Syria seen by four Syrian artists. Not to mention all our usual sections: music, video, exhibitions, books, politics, education... plus a new "cooking" page.
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