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  • Hors Série Fisheye - AFP - Les Années Argentiques 1944 - 1998
    Hors Série Fisheye - AFP - Les Années Argentiques 1944 - 1998
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    Special Issue Agence France-Presse – Les années argentiques 1944 – 1998

    A fresh look at 50 years of history

    For the first time in its history, Agence France-Presse (AFP) is exhibiting a selection of its film years (1944-1998), and holding an auction. The Fisheye special issue has delved into some 200 of the best photos of these five decades to bring you the best of them, and allow you to (re)discover hitherto unknown authorial views.
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  • Hors-Série - Collection Women in motion - Liz Johnson Artur
    Hors-Série - Collection Women in motion - Liz Johnson Artur
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    Special Issue Collection Women in Motion Liz Johnson Artur

    Highlighting women photographers

    After the Fisheye Classics special issue dedicated to Sebastião Salgado published in spring 2020, a new collection dedicated to women photographers sees the light this summer. Dedicated to artists awarded the Kering Women In Motion prize, these new special issues are composed like a monograph: an interview with the photographer, a biography, a portfolio of about 80 pages, and an afterword to put the author's career in perspective. After Susan Meiselas in 2019 and Sabine Weiss last year, it is now Liz Johnson Artur who receives the Women In Motion 2021 award, and it is also her who launches this new collection. The photographer will present her work dedicated to the African diaspora in the world and will share her views on the place of women in photography on July 5 at the Théâtre Antique, at the Rencontres d'Arles. Some of her images will also be presented in the exhibition Masculinités.
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  • Hors-Série Collection Classics Sebastião Salgado - Édition numérique
    Hors-Série Collection Classics Sebastião Salgado - Édition numérique
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    Special Issue Collection Classics Sebastião Salgado – Digital edition

    A love letter to nature

    The Fisheye team is proud to open its new Classic Collection with Sebastião Salgado, the famous photographer who, for more than four decades, has been producing internationally acclaimed work. Other Americas, The Hand of Man, Exodus, or Genesis, his formidable poem tribute to the origins of the planet (which you can discover at La Sucrière, in Lyon, until May 10, 2020, and in the pages of this special issue), are all photographic frescoes that make us aware of the mutations of our world. The ecological emergency, which is manifested today through many disasters, was already in several of his works, as in the creation of the Instituto Terra in 1998, which has allowed the planting of more than 2.7 million trees in Brazil. His images seen around the world - through exhibitions and books designed by his wife Lélia Wanick Salgado - have also inspired generations of young people to become photographers. And if Fisheye remains mainly oriented towards emerging photography and new writings, we are no less attentive to the history of the medium and to the outstanding figures that mark its history. Some, like Sebastião Salgado, have even become academics. True immortals. Classics!
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  • Hors-Série Collection Classics Sebastião Salgado
    Hors-Série Collection Classics Sebastião Salgado
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    Special Issue Collection Classics Sebastião Salgado

    A love letter to nature

    The Fisheye team is proud to open its new Classic Collection with Sebastião Salgado, the famous photographer who, for more than four decades, has been producing internationally acclaimed work. Other Americas, The Hand of Man, Exodus, or Genesis, his formidable poem tribute to the origins of the planet (which you can discover at La Sucrière, in Lyon, until May 10, 2020, and in the pages of this special issue), are all photographic frescoes that make us aware of the mutations of our world. The ecological emergency, which is manifested today through many disasters, was already in several of his works, as in the creation of the Instituto Terra in 1998, which has allowed the planting of more than 2.7 million trees in Brazil. His images seen around the world - through exhibitions and books designed by his wife Lélia Wanick Salgado - have also inspired generations of young people to become photographers. And if Fisheye remains mainly oriented towards emerging photography and new writings, we are no less attentive to the history of the medium and to the outstanding figures that mark its history. Some, like Sebastião Salgado, have even become academics. True immortals. Classics!
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  • Hors-Série #6 - Édition numérique
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    Special Issue #6 – Digital edition

    Arles, 50 years of meetings

    Fifty years of marriage between photography, Arles and the rest of the world, it deserves an exceptional anniversary. At 50 years, the wedding is golden, which may seem a bit trite or understood. But what has been happening in Arles for the last fifty years has nothing banal or understood. Who would have imagined that a city marked by post-industrial turmoil, invaded by mosquitoes and far from the usual circuits of glamorous Provence, would become the world capital of photography? It is now an obvious fact, which has been forged in the shadow of the Forum square, summer after summer, rosé after rosé, to become today an unmissable event that attracts photographers, scenographers, editors, collectors, curators and all those curious about an evolving image. Arles has consecrated photography as an art, and even more than the medium, the Rencontres have distinguished the men and women who have given it life. It is through the prism of the human being that we have chosen to tell the story of fifty years of upheaval, risk-taking and passionate debate. The Meetings, through the eyes of the actors who have shaped them, lived them. Like archaeologists, we went in search of images, testimonies and the hidden meaning of a history in motion. This special issue will obviously be useful this summer to deepen your reading of this 50th edition of the Rencontres, but it is also a momentum that will still have all its value in a few years. It seemed logical to us to produce a paper magazine on the occasion of this anniversary, because Arles has dedicated itself to photography on paper through prints and books. Of course, new forms of images are appearing at the heart of the Rencontres, such as the highly acclaimed VR Arles festival, dedicated to immersive projects, but paper has a special place in Arles. This special issue also questions the particular and intimate relationship we have with the Rencontres. Fisheye finds its genesis there and has decided to embrace this destiny a little more by setting up a permanent gallery there. The Rencontres, as Sam Stourdzé, director of the event, says, are "a common good that must be taken care of". It is also a fertile ground that has allowed the emergence of the Vincent Van Gogh Foundation, the Luma Foundation, the Voies Off, soon the Lee Ufan Foundation, and many other things. This resource must be preserved for the future.
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  • Hors-Série #6
    Hors-Série #6
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    Special Issue #6

    Arles, 50 years of meetings

    Fifty years of marriage between photography, Arles and the rest of the world, it deserves an exceptional anniversary. At 50 years, the wedding is golden, which may seem a bit trite or understood. But what has been happening in Arles for the last fifty years has nothing banal or understood. Who would have imagined that a city marked by post-industrial turmoil, invaded by mosquitoes and far from the usual circuits of glamorous Provence, would become the world capital of photography? It is now an obvious fact, which has been forged in the shadow of the Forum square, summer after summer, rosé after rosé, to become today an unmissable event that attracts photographers, scenographers, editors, collectors, curators and all those curious about an evolving image. Arles has consecrated photography as an art, and even more than the medium, the Rencontres have distinguished the men and women who have given it life. It is through the prism of the human being that we have chosen to tell the story of fifty years of upheaval, risk-taking and passionate debate. The Meetings, through the eyes of the actors who have shaped them, lived them. Like archaeologists, we went in search of images, testimonies and the hidden meaning of a history in motion. This special issue will obviously be useful this summer to deepen your reading of this 50th edition of the Rencontres, but it is also a momentum that will still have all its value in a few years. It seemed logical to us to produce a paper magazine on the occasion of this anniversary, because Arles has dedicated itself to photography on paper through prints and books. Of course, new forms of images are appearing at the heart of the Rencontres, such as the highly acclaimed VR Arles festival, dedicated to immersive projects, but paper has a special place in Arles. This special issue also questions the particular and intimate relationship we have with the Rencontres. Fisheye finds its genesis there and has decided to embrace this destiny a little more by setting up a permanent gallery there. The Rencontres, as Sam Stourdzé, director of the event, says, are "a common good that must be taken care of". It is also a fertile ground that has allowed the emergence of the Vincent Van Gogh Foundation, the Luma Foundation, the Voies Off, soon the Lee Ufan Foundation, and many other things. This resource must be preserved for the future.
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  • Hors-Série #5 - Édition numérique
    Hors-Série #5 - Édition numérique
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    Special Issue #5 – Digital edition

    Field of possibilities

    Dedicating a special issue to the graduates of photo schools around the world... This is the project we decided to carry out, because it honors the freedom to create. The graduation, especially in a photo school, is a moment of intense creation. The aspiring photographic artist will no longer have the leisure to devote six months to a project with no other pressure than that of inventiveness and quality. It is this moment of grace that we have tracked down, among the hundreds of submissions sent by students of the class of 2018. More than a hundred photo schools responded to the international call, but we have chosen to present to you thirty works that represent the best of current creation. Dislocating the very boundaries of aesthetics, these young authors seek to exceed the field of possibilities and invent a new way of thinking about the image. At Fisheye, we are more than ever attentive to the emerging forms of photography. What is more intense than an image that stands out from the crowd, where everything seems to have already been explored or shown. Pushing the limits: this is the ambition of this special issue, which aims to be an annual observatory of the evolution of training and photo creation.
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  • Hors-Série #5
    Hors-Série #5
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    Special Issue #5

    Field of possibilities

    Dedicating a special issue to the graduates of photo schools around the world... This is the project we decided to carry out, because it honors the freedom to create. The graduation, especially in a photo school, is a moment of intense creation. The aspiring photographic artist will no longer have the leisure to devote six months to a project with no other pressure than that of inventiveness and quality. It is this moment of grace that we have tracked down, among the hundreds of submissions sent by students of the class of 2018. More than a hundred photo schools responded to the international call, but we have chosen to present to you thirty works that represent the best of current creation. Dislocating the very boundaries of aesthetics, these young authors seek to exceed the field of possibilities and invent a new way of thinking about the image. At Fisheye, we are more than ever attentive to the emerging forms of photography. What is more intense than an image that stands out from the crowd, where everything seems to have already been explored or shown. Pushing the limits: this is the ambition of this special issue, which aims to be an annual observatory of the evolution of training and photo creation.
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  • Hors-Série #4 - Édition numérique
    Hors-Série #4 - Édition numérique
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    Special Issue #4 – Digital edition

    Immersion in the virtual world of artists

    For six years now, virtual reality has become a household name that transcends our vision of the possible for those who have been able to try it. A small revolution that can be compared to the emergence of the Internet in the 1990s. This time too, the craze is massive, as are the investments and the amazing technological promises. But what exactly is the use of virtual reality? Here, it is the artists who, according to us, offer the best answer: they are the ones who explore with appetite the expressive possibilities of a medium entirely turned towards sensation and immersion. What could be more normal for them, who are used to searching, in their sensibility and their history, the material of intense perceptions. Far from the gratuitous sensations of roller coasters or zombies, there is another virtual reality that re-enchants our perspectives, generates poetry and widens the field of our possibilities.
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    Hors-Série #4
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    Special Issue #4

    Immersion in the virtual world of artists

    For six years now, virtual reality has become a household name that transcends our vision of the possible for those who have been able to try it. A small revolution that can be compared to the emergence of the Internet in the 1990s. This time too, the craze is massive, as are the investments and the amazing technological promises. But what exactly is the use of virtual reality? Here, it is the artists who, according to us, offer the best answer: they are the ones who explore with appetite the expressive possibilities of a medium entirely turned towards sensation and immersion. What could be more normal for them, who are used to searching, in their sensibility and their history, the material of intense perceptions. Far from the gratuitous sensations of roller coasters or zombies, there is another virtual reality that re-enchants our perspectives, generates poetry and widens the field of our possibilities.
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  • Hors-Série #3 - Édition numérique
    Hors-Série #3 - Édition numérique
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    Special Issue #3 – Digital edition

    Women photographers, an obvious under-exposure

    Women photographers are everywhere: in fashion, photojournalism, documentary photography, visual approaches... Yet, when you look closer, when you start counting them, in festivals, exhibitions, publications, awards, on the art market, parity is not there, and even much worse than that. When we started to investigate this question, the figures surprised us, and we decided to give them a large place in this special issue. Because the vague impressions one may have need indisputable facts to remove any ambiguity. We will also read with women's testimonies that the situation is still difficult for many of them, even if the positions taken by some actors of the photo give the impression that things are starting to move. A feeling perceptible abroad, as underlined by the latest publications of Aperture and the British Journal of Photography devoted to feminism. Or in our daily exchanges with women who demand equal treatment in order to be seen as photographers first and foremost. What was originally a feature turned, in the course of discussions, into a special issue. The entire editorial staff of Fisheye, mainly women, and outside collaborators were mobilized to bring this issue to fruition. We don't pretend here to go around the issue, nor to give lessons to anyone, but we think that an awareness is necessary today for things to change. This is the meaning of this issue. An issue preceded by a manifesto that takes stock of the situation and demands concrete changes. It is now up to you to seize it by distributing it, by debating this question and by making things happen at your level. The answer is not unique, it is collective, it is daily, it is permanent, and it is structural. From now on, we will no longer be able to say "I didn't know".
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    Hors-Série #3
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    Special Issue #3

    Women photographers, an obvious under-exposure

    Women photographers are everywhere: in fashion, photojournalism, documentary photography, visual approaches... Yet, when you look closer, when you start counting them, in festivals, exhibitions, publications, awards, on the art market, parity is not there, and even much worse than that. When we started to investigate this question, the figures surprised us, and we decided to give them a large place in this special issue. Because the vague impressions one may have need indisputable facts to remove any ambiguity. We will also read with women's testimonies that the situation is still difficult for many of them, even if the positions taken by some actors of the photo give the impression that things are starting to move. A feeling perceptible abroad, as underlined by the latest publications of Aperture and the British Journal of Photography devoted to feminism. Or in our daily exchanges with women who demand equal treatment in order to be seen as photographers first and foremost. What was originally a feature turned, in the course of discussions, into a special issue. The entire editorial staff of Fisheye, mainly women, and outside collaborators were mobilized to bring this issue to fruition. We don't pretend here to go around the issue, nor to give lessons to anyone, but we think that an awareness is necessary today for things to change. This is the meaning of this issue. An issue preceded by a manifesto that takes stock of the situation and demands concrete changes. It is now up to you to seize it by distributing it, by debating this question and by making things happen at your level. The answer is not unique, it is collective, it is daily, it is permanent, and it is structural. From now on, we will no longer be able to say "I didn't know".
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  • Hors-Série #2 - Édition numérique
    Hors-Série #2 - Édition numérique
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    Special Issue #2 – Digital Edition

    No Color

    This second special issue of Fisheye is nothing like the first issue devoted last year to Théo Gosselin and his band of photographers. Entirely devoted to black and white, under its technical and aesthetic aspects, you will find different themes studied by Sylvie Hugues and Jean-Christophe Béchet, former editors of Réponses Photo magazine, to whom we entrusted the editing of this issue. Approaches to the "great masters" of photography such as Paul Strand, Otto Steinert, Ansel Adams, W. Eugene Smith and Sebastião Salgado, to the exploration of the work of Luis Baylón, Bernard Cantié and Éric Bouvet, to the discovery of young talents such as Yusuf Sevinçli and Erwan Morère, represented by the gallery Les Filles du Calvaire, without forgetting an investigation on the traces of Vivian Maier in the Champsaur, it is to an unedited journey in the world of black and white photography that we invite you here. An appointment on the planet No color which makes a step aside from the editorial line of Fisheye. A way to explore the different facets of photography through the specificities of black and white, its relationship to digital, and more broadly on its insolent vitality. This carte blanche given freely to Sylvie Hugues and Jean-Christophe Béchet allows us to discover some photographers that we would not have published. And it is precisely because Fisheye wishes to keep a wide view on the photographic creation that we are happy to propose you this stroll, inevitably high in color.
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  • Hors-Série #2
    Hors-Série #2
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    Special Issue #2

    No Color

    This second special issue of Fisheye is nothing like the first issue devoted last year to Théo Gosselin and his band of photographers. Entirely devoted to black and white, under its technical and aesthetic aspects, you will find different themes studied by Sylvie Hugues and Jean-Christophe Béchet, former editors of Réponses Photo magazine, to whom we entrusted the editing of this issue. Approaches to the "great masters" of photography such as Paul Strand, Otto Steinert, Ansel Adams, W. Eugene Smith and Sebastião Salgado, to the exploration of the work of Luis Baylón, Bernard Cantié and Éric Bouvet, to the discovery of young talents such as Yusuf Sevinçli and Erwan Morère, represented by the gallery Les Filles du Calvaire, without forgetting an investigation on the traces of Vivian Maier in the Champsaur, it is to an unedited journey in the world of black and white photography that we invite you here. An appointment on the planet No color which makes a step aside from the editorial line of Fisheye. A way to explore the different facets of photography through the specificities of black and white, its relationship to digital, and more broadly on its insolent vitality. This carte blanche given freely to Sylvie Hugues and Jean-Christophe Béchet allows us to discover some photographers that we would not have published. And it is precisely because Fisheye wishes to keep a wide view on the photographic creation that we are happy to propose you this stroll, inevitably high in color.
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  • Hors-Série #1 - Édition numérique
    Hors-Série #1 - Édition numérique
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    Special Issue #1 – Digital edition

    Band of photographers! Théo Gosselin, Cédric Jeber & friends

    For Fisheye's first special edition, we decided to get closer to the world of books by enlarging the format, increasing the quality of the paper and especially by making more room for photos. And naturally, we thought of Théo Gosselin, who made the first Fisheye cover and who is as authentic as he is unaware, as young as he is talented. As we got to know him better, we quickly realized that friendship, the group, the tribe was part of his life and his work. In addition to these unpublished images, we asked Theo and his friend Cédric Jereb to invite their fellow travelers to choose portfolios, write texts about them and have an editor's eye. They played the game, spending a lot of time in our offices. We sometimes pulled our hair out at their lightness and their way of not taking things seriously, but we also laughed a lot. Theo, Cedric and their friends are authentic. They go on a trip to live experiences as much as to make pictures, one cannot go without the other. As you read these pages, you will discover a group of friends who tell the story of the times with all the more truth that they are unconscious. And if, at the end of this journey in images, you don't want to get into the van with Alina, Maud, Mercedes, Tamara, Brice, Mani, Cédric and Théo, it's because freedom has no hold on you. An ideal gift for Christmas to get away in style.
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  • Hors-Série #1
    Hors-Série #1
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    Special Issue #1

    Band of photographers! Théo Gosselin, Cédric Jeber & friends

    For Fisheye's first special edition, we decided to get closer to the world of books by enlarging the format, increasing the quality of the paper and especially by making more room for photos. And naturally, we thought of Théo Gosselin, who made the first Fisheye cover and who is as authentic as he is unaware, as young as he is talented. As we got to know him better, we quickly realized that friendship, the group, the tribe was part of his life and his work. In addition to these unpublished images, we asked Theo and his friend Cédric Jereb to invite their fellow travelers to choose portfolios, write texts about them and have an editor's eye. They played the game, spending a lot of time in our offices. We sometimes pulled our hair out at their lightness and their way of not taking things seriously, but we also laughed a lot. Theo, Cedric and their friends are authentic. They go on a trip to live experiences as much as to make pictures, one cannot go without the other. As you read these pages, you will discover a group of friends who tell the story of the times with all the more truth that they are unconscious. And if, at the end of this journey in images, you don't want to get into the van with Alina, Maud, Mercedes, Tamara, Brice, Mani, Cédric and Théo, it's because freedom has no hold on you. An ideal gift for Christmas to get away in style.
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