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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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    Collection Photobook

    The entire Photobook collection. The Photobooks gather the best works of photographers published on fisheyemagazine.fr for 3 years from 2015 to 2019. This daily selection, which clears the pages of the net to discover new talent, is at the heart of our editorial project. The Photobook allows us to crystallize Fisheye's identity and assert 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. This set of images, which has been edited by the editorial staff, offers a unique vision of contemporary photographic creation.
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    Les Mois Noirs – Stéphane Lavoué

    "I encountered the land of the Bigouden only a few days after meeting my partner, Catherine.

    I was in my twenties, we had just decided to spend our life together and I had already had to go to Malaysia for several months. To seal our very young relationship, she decided to submit me to the "bigouden test", an initiation ceremony of a few days, at her grandparents' in Kérity.

    From the first moment, I was literally bewitched. The smile of her grandmother welcoming us on the sidewalk, the blinding white light on the front of the house, the tray of steamed langoustines on the living room table ... then the strolls on the shore, the silhouette of the lighthouse, the stories of sailors lost at sea

    Everything, my retina printed everything.

    Twenty years later, here we are again at Kérity. With our two daughters.

    After more than a decade of life in Paris, we are yearning for profound changes. We have considered everything: Rio de Janeiro, San Francisco, Montreal.

    Finally, it was at Cap Caval, the southern tip of Finistère, that we decided to settle.

    In Kerity, in the house of Catherine's grandparents.

    Quickly, this small familiar territory provoked the long-awaited Copernican revolution. The end of Parisian commissions has enabled me to practice a more personal photography and our new environment becomes my main source of inspiration. It's about trying to express the emotions I can feel living here on the edge of the world.

    I grope around, experiment with several photographic forms to escape the worn-out iconography of the seashores, boats and fishing nets. Luckily, I'm too sick at sea to photograph on board! So I stay at the quay and push the door of the hangars: auctions, shipyards, marine forges, canneries, coolers ... I discover the "On land " sector fed by the successive tides of trawlers, trolling boats and netters. Community. Manual work. Painfulness. The economic and social architecture of the territory.

    And there are young people . Those who have not left "the country" but cling to it, viscerally. They intrigue me, I photograph them: the young self-employed fisherman, queen of the embroiderers, miller, fish-scaler, surfer ... why do they stay when the majority leave? They guide me on new paths and help me complete my Bigoudene" mind map.

    That’s how The Black Months was born, a fictional photographic story, an intimate representation of the territory in which my bigoudène and I had decided to live."

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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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Fisheye Magazine #36 – Digital edition

    BLACK AND WHITE REINVENTED

    WALK IN KYOTOGRAPHY RUSSIA IN THE EYE OF WOMEN PORTRAIT : Vanessa Winship in a state of grace REPORTAGE : Philippines, dirty war on drugs SPRINGBOARD : The young talents of Gacilly VR  : The Palais de Tokyo at the time of VR VIDEO ART : Digital revolution in Quebec
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    Fisheye Magazine #35 – Digital edition

    LATIN AMERICA, PERMANENT REVOLUTION

    FRANCE, THE ROOTS OF ANGER WAIDI MOUAWAD AND ALAIN WILLAUME AT THE TOP OF THE HILL PORTFOLIO : Matthias Bruggmann, Syria differently MUSIC : Pink is not dead, by Sue Rynski PORTRAIT : Coco Capitan inaugurates new season of MEP CIMAISES  : Anna Filipova at the Fisheye Gallery
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    Fisheye Magazine #34 – Digital edition

    CORRESPONDENCES: PHOTOGRAPHERS AND WRITERS MEET

    NEW GENERATION SOUTH AFRICA THE CONTEMPLATIONS OF WILLIAM DANIELS FASHION : Jérôme Sessini: New territory WEB : At YouTube school PORTFOLIO : The Silicon Valley of Mazaccio and Drowilal PORTRAIT : Quentin Bajac is back FESTIVAL : Lianzhou Foto censored
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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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