If aesthetes expected a little lightness during this period of confinement, they will quickly become disillusioned.

“Pirelli, in light of the current Covid-19 emergency, has decided to cancel the production and launch of the Pirelli 2021 Calendar.

As part of other initiatives already undertaken by the company, the "The Cal" project will allow 100,000 euros to be devoted to the fight against coronavirus and to research in this field, "read a press release from Milan.

Italy is badly affected by the epidemic with more than 54,000 patients and nearly 6,900 deaths in Italy.

“The production of the Pirelli Calendar was stopped before, in 1967 and then from 1975 to 1983.

The unprecedented urgency of Covid-19 forced us to do it again today.

We will come back to the project when the time comes, with the people who worked with us today, ”said Pirelli Managing Director Marco Tronchetti Provera.

The Pirelli Calendar has never ceased to follow the evolution of mentalities throughout its publications.

From the sculptural beauty of women to her hieratic nudes in the landscapes of Corsica before taking an interest in their inner strength, the photographers were able to capture in turn female infinity and "the Juliet that lies dormant in all women" , according to the formula of the master builder Paolo Roversi in 2020.

To see and to follow.....

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A sad news for selfie fans: According to the Indian Journal of Family Medecine and Primary Care, at least 259 people died between October 2011 and November 2017, taking selfies around the world compared to just 50 killed by sharks.

And it is the young men who stand out in this list, not hesitating to take risky behaviors: drowning, transport accidents, falls, fire or weapons.

In January, the death of Taiwanese "hiker in bikini" Gigi Wu, shocked her "followers".

She crashed at the bottom of a ravine, having climbed more than 100 peaks to make two-piece selfies.

India, with its 800 million mobile phones, sadly holds the world record with more than half of the deaths (159), ahead of Russia, the United States and Pakistan.

A result apparently attributable to the national taste for the group selfie and the youth of the population.

Faced with this wave of deadly selfies, various countries began to make arrangements.

Thus India has just established "zones without selfies"; there are 16 in the city of Bombay alone.

In Russia a guide to "safe selfies" warning: "a cool selfie can cost you your life" was published by the police.

In Vienna to educate in art a detox campaign was initiated.

Thus, at Belvédère, the visitor discovers next to the oh famous painting "The kiss" by Gustav Klimt, a reproduction covered with a giant red hashtag.

Meaning: "look at the board instead of taking a picture with you"!

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Michel LAGARDE is an artist, set designer, scenographer, draftsman and comedian who improvised himself
It is by enriching his drawings by the photo that he comes to photography.

Far from abandoning the drawing, some of his photos are like paintings that he modifies thanks to the use of a Photoshop brush.

He is a polymorphous artist since he is inspired by both the polars, the comics, the engravings of the nineteenth
century and Flemish painting.

It is in this perspective that he puts in scene a reinterpretation of the painting "The retractor" of Bosch:
"Talking about my work is a difficult exercise for me, say that this project was born from the fact that I practiced different artistic forms and that I wanted to bring them together.

The theater as an actor and decorator, painting, photography and a pleasure to tell "stories". Recomposing images where all these forms of art would be present, but above all present a snapshot of internal images accumulated since childhood.
Through his "Dramagraphies" LAGARDE does not seek to reproduce the reality, quite the opposite.
aims to "recreate another" reality.
His world is deeply marked by the theater since his self-portraits are stagings in his own right, of which he is both the director but also the multiple characters.
Far from being autobiographical, his skits appear as unique and autonomous compositions made from models, singular objects, costumes, and various and far-fetched sets.

When asked if he is himself staging he answers:
"It is not really me that I put in scene in the Dramagraphies, it is rather roles that I interpret like actor (...) certainly the images '' out '' of my head but I do not tell my life, I enjoy interpreting it without worrying about my physical image, I would rather tend to distort it.

I like caricature because it forces the bias. "
His work reflects a concern for interpretation, distancing and staging of the reality he transfigures.
I like caricature because it forces the bias. "
His work reflects a concern for interpretation, distancing and staging of the reality he transfigures.
Some bibliographical references

Michel Lagarde was born on April 6, 1954 in Cadouin (Dordogne).
Since his childhood he has been painting and drawing.

In 1974, he worked in a theater company where he realized his first sets and performer his first roles.

He is given his first camera and he makes some
series, then give up to devote himself solely to theatrical practice.

In 1987, he left the troupe and devoted himself only to scenography and scenery.

He creates many scenographies and sets for live shows, events, fashion shows, theater and opera.

In 2002, he returned to photography with the series "Dramagraphies, photographic self-portraits" always
in progress today. This series brings together all the artistic disciplines practiced until now.

Today Michel Lagarde lives in the countryside south of Paris where he continues his photographic work
with the series "Dramagraphies" and creates scenographies and sets for
directors whom he appreciates the work.
He works mainly through digital photomontage.
Regarding taking pictures, he uses a standing camera, which he starts with the shutter release button and allows him to multiply shots.
The shooting time is uncertain and often invites improvisation.
The rendering of images is random and that is surely what makes them so charming.
At the crossroads between narration, cinema, theater and photography "Dramagraphies" weave a link between different forms of art and call for interdisciplinarity.
«Come see the actor (s)
See the musician (s)
See the magician (s)
Who are coming?

A beautiful, surprising, fulgurating exhibition full of Oh! Ah! so quickly run to see her !!

Galerie Vrais Rêves
Exhibition : From 9th May to 22nd June 2019
Vernissa ge: Saturday, May 4 from 17h in the presence of the artist
Open : Wednesday to Saturday from 3 to 7 pm or by appointment, except Public Holidays
Guided tour, Saturday, May 25 at 17h
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« Je pense qu’un sujet comme celui-là, les questions d’immigration, trouve un écho au-delà des Etats-Unis, dans le monde entier », a estimé le photographe John Moore ».

C'est le le cliché bouleversant d’une petite fille hondurienne en larmes, le regard tourné vers sa mère fouillée par un agent à la frontière américaine, qui a remporté jeudi le prix de la photo de l’année du prestigieux World Press Photo.

Un image terrible capturée en juin 2018 par John Moore, photographe de Getty :

elle montre Sandra Sanchez et sa fille Yanela alors qu’elles sont appréhendées par des officiers après avoir traversé illégalement la frontière entre les États-Unis et le Mexique. Et l'on sait le sort qui était réservé à ses migrants: la séparation des enfants mineurs de leurs parents.

Et c'est ce que dénonce précisément la photo intitulée « Crying Girl on the Border »


En effet alors que John Moore photographiait les agents des services frontaliers dans la nuit du 12 juin, au cœur de la vallée du Rio Grande, ces derniers ’ont arrêté un groupe de personnes qui tentaient de traverser la frontière. « Je pouvais voir la peur sur leurs visages, dans leurs yeux », a confié le photographe.

Puis le gagnant apris la photo quand Sandra Sanchez a posé la fillette au sol pour être fouillée. L’enfant s’est mise à pleurer. « J’ai mis un genou à terre et j’avais très peu de temps avant que cet instant ne soit fini », a raconté le photographe de 51 ans, qui couvre la frontière entre les États-Unis et le Mexique depuis une dizaine d’années.

Une telle violence que l'indignation s'est élevée dans les rangs des démocrates comme des républicains .

Un tel scandale que Melania Trump est montée au créneau.

Une telle aberration que Donald Trump a dû faire marche arrière.

Ce cliché qui fait le tour du monde illustre « une violence d’un autre type, qui est psychologique », ont estimé les juges.

« Je voulais raconter une autre histoire », a-t-il expliqué lors de la cérémonie à Amsterdam.

« C’était pour moi une possibilité de montrer une image de l’humanité qui souvent n’apparaît que dans des statistiques ».

Liste des gagnants de World Press Photo 2019

Gagnant - Photo de l'année : «Crying Girl on the Border», John Moore, Getty Images

Gagnant - Section Actualité : « The Disapperance of Jamal Kashoggi », Chris McGrath, Getty Images

Gagnant - Section Environnement : « Akashinga – the Brave Ones », Brent Stirton, Getty Images

Gagnant - Section Nature : « Harvesting Frogs’ Legs », Bence Máté.

Gagnant - Photoreportage de l'année : « The Migrant Caravan », Pieter Ten Hoopen, Agence Vu/Civilian Act

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It is here that rest Simone Veil, Serge Gainsbourg, Charles Baudelaire or Jim Morrison

It is also here, in the Montparnasse cemetery, that the photographer of the crazy years, Man Ray, died in 1976.

An AFP photographer found on Wednesday that the tomb of the American photographer was degraded, the stele torn off, the portrait of the artist shattered resting on the grave.

Painter, draftsman and director, he is mainly known for his work as a photographer and surrealist works such as "The Violin of Ingres", with the gills of the instrument drawn on the back of the model, the singer Kiki de Montparnasse.

She also poses in "Black and White" with an African mask.

The Pinacoteca had devoted a retrospective to the American photographer Man Ray with nearly 250 works of which

"Black and White".

Man Ray began his career in New York before settling in Paris and getting closer to the dada movement and surrealists.

It is in the light city of the roaring twenties that he perfected his art from 1921 to 1940, where he photographed, painted and drew in his studio in the Montparnasse district.

He will photograph Jean Cocteau, the writer James Joyce or Berenice Abbot.

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The Galerie Vrais Rêves opens its doors to a new exhibition from 13/03/2019 to 27/04/2019.

The opening will take place on Saturday 09/03/2019 from 17h at the Galerie Vrais Rêves 6 Rue Dumenge, 69004 Lyon France.

In this exhibition called INTERVALLES, the photographer Michael Michlmayr exposes some older works, which were already positioned clearly on the border between static image (photo) and moving image (film).

In recent years, thanks to the improvement of the optical quality of the cameras we are witnessing, in his work, an inversion of the creation protocols.

Previously, photography fed video, whereas now it is the video itself that constitutes the essence of His photography.

Michael Michlmayr's work is confronted with different structures of reality that profoundly alter our perception of time and space through images.

In his series "Work in progress - Spaces time" (Time Spaces) it deals above all with urban space, everyday scenarios and actions that take place there.

For this purpose he can photograph, from a single and fixed point of view, people on a square, on an escalator "Escalator III, 2011" or cars circulating in a street "Circulation, 2018". The different photographed scenes are then assembled on a computer to form, in the end, a single painting, La photographie.

The juxtaposition of different places and different space-times within the same image creates an effect of simultaneity.

But if we take the time, we discover that people and things arise repeatedly in different attitudes or positions.

The photographs of these seemingly authentic urban scenes turn out to be fictional situations - scenes in which time and space become elusive. Similarly, photographs of architectural structures are assemblages, virtual constructions.
It can also, by the association of multiple individual images of a window, create a floor in order to be able to build a new building, which does not exist in reality ...
In his current exhibition, called INTERVALLES, he exhibits some older works, which are positioned even more clearly at the border between static image (photo) and moving image (film). In recent years, thanks to the improvement of the optical quality of the cameras we are witnessing an inversion of the creation protocols. Previously, photography fed video, film, whereas now it's the video itself that constitutes the essence of his photography.
Among his creations, a photograph of the series "short films" of 2018, in which Michlmayr explores again the passage of characters on an escalator.
Some bibliographical references:

Born in 1965 in Vienna, Austria, Michael Michlmayr found his interest in art photography and cinema very early on. The idea of ​​the photographic sequence therefore very quickly aroused her because she alone could bear this relative temporality.

His photography is actually very close to the film, perhaps on the border between photography and cinema. "I see some of my images as small motion pictures, like an uninterrupted short film. Michael Michlmayr.

He learned photographic and artistic techniques by assisting and working with professional photographers and other artists. Scholarships for residencies in Paris, London and Rome. Michael Michlmayr is present in private and public collections in France and abroad.

Represented in France by the Galerie Vrais Rêves in Lyon since 1999. He lives and works in Vienna (Austria).

Exhibitions and and selected participations:

Galerie Vrais Reves In Lyon / PhotAix

France / Künstlerhaus Vienna / Studio Marangoni, Florence, Italy / Foto-Fever

Brussels, Belgium / Novosibirsk Photography Festival, Russia / Fotogalerie

Vienna / MASC Found. Vienna / Bienale Fotonoviembre Teneriffa, Spain /

Denkraum Vienna / Kunstlerhaus Dortmund, Germany / etc.

Bibliographical references:

1991 BILDER N ° 66, Exhibition Catalog Fotogalerie Wien, Vienna, 1992

CAMERA AUSTRIA N ° 40/1994 / APEX 2/94 / 1996 View-Finder, Catalog /

Catalog Römerquelle / BILDER price N ° 123, Exhibition catalog Fotogalerie

Wien, Vienna / Essay on Finestra Wienerzeitung / 1997 Finestra Catalog / 1999

BILDER N ° 156, Exhibition Catalog Fotogalerie Wien, Vienna / 2000 BILDER N °

171, Exhibition catalog Fotogalerie Wien, Vienna / 2002 BILDER N ° 182,

Exhibition catalog Fotogalerie Wien, Vienna / 2004 Notepad, Lyon, France /

2005 Wienerzeitung Essaye / 2006 BILDER 211, Exhibition catalog Fotogalerie

Wien, Vienna / 2008 Catalog Bildlich gesprochen Hungarian Cultural Institute of

Vienna / Space Shuttle Exhibition Catalog I / Photo Month Catalog

Vienna / 2009 Catalog of the X Biennale for Photography, Teneriffe, Spain

/ 2009 Exhibition Catalog Scenario I / 2010 Library Magazine, Paris,

France / 2011 BILDER N ° 251, Exhibition Catalog Fotogalerie Wien, Vienna /

2011 BILDER N ° 255, Catalog Fotogalerie Wien, Vienna / 2012

Photo Month Catalog Vienna / 2012 Exhibition Catalog Me, Myself

and Them Künstlerhaus Wien, Vienna / 2012 "Fotofever Brussels" Catalog, Fair

Brussels, Belgium / 2013 Exhibition catalog The Red Mag3 Vienna / 2013

Exhibition catalog How Long Is Now, Fotoraum Wien, Vienna / 2014 Twentyfive

FLUSS Anniversary Exhibition Catalog / Mitten Exhibition Catalog

Drin Nö Art / Catalog Pairs Exhibition Catalog, Hofmobiliendepot Wien,

Vienna / Exhibition catalog Das Glück liegt auf der Strasse Catalog

exhibition, Neuötting, Germany / 2015 Catalog Past Composed Catalog

Real Dreams Gallery, Lyon, F / 2017 Light - Light Annual Catalog

Fotogalerie Wien, Vienna

These appear in Escalator VII but a little more blurred (in motion) than in the initial photograph. 25 native / sec images of a video sequence have been assembled into a single photograph from a video of a length of a few seconds.
The photograph thus obtained "the ghost of the past" shows in condensed form, four seconds during which the ruins of a World War II bunker on the French coast disappear under water and reappear with the waves.

At each stage of the flood the movement of the ebb and flow is visible in the final photograph.
Thus was born the final image, striking by its aesthetic and graphic quality thanks to The abstraction of the motif and the compression of space-time.
Note that the image remains still legible from left to right.

Fundamentally, Michael Michlmayr's work deals with the relationship between time and space. Very often, it also enters an additional component, natural or artificial light.

For the project "the sun in front of my window", he photographed with a duration of exposure of 12 hours, during 36 days, the landscape in front of his window and recorded the path of the sun with his changes of position, intensity and light quality.

While the photographer and the camera remained in the same place in the studio, the outside world was in constant motion.

In the photo "36 Days reference # 1" which shows the superposition of the paths of sunlight, we show the compression of the course of time during these 36 days. In "Calendar # 1" the calendar of these 36 days is visible.

In this exhibition, Michael Michlmayr returns to what has been driving him since the beginning of the 2000s, the notion of "photographic sequence" so dear to Duane Michals.

From a text by Petra Noll-Hammerstie and translation by Carine Foeller.

Another beautiful exhibition not to be missed which the Galerie Vrais Rêves has the secret !
So quickly !
To discover !!
Without moderation !!!

Galerie Vrais Rêves : Open from 13/03 to 27/04/2019 from Wednesday to Saturday from 15H00 to 19H00
Opening : Saturday 09/09/2019 from 17H00
Joanne Courbet for DayNewsWorld


The Real Dreams Gallery is currently showing


Expo of January 12> March 3, 2019

• Opening: Saturday, January 12th from 5pm

• Opening: from Wednesday to Saturday from 3 to 7 pm or by appointment except for holidays

• Guided tour, Saturday, February 9 at 17h

Born in the Pyrenees, in a hippie community, he immediately bathed in sharing, the "deprivation" chosen or rather the true relationship with nature and his ilk. Quickly Ysel FOURNET looks at the limits of existence.

Old age, illness, disability, poverty ... become his playgrounds. Going to the simplest, at first,

He takes his Grandfather as his model and mischievously combines his questioning about old age and his desire to know his ancestor better.

His search for the limits pushes him towards the AP-HP (Public Assistance Hospitals of Paris) where he discovers through his photographs the heat of the bodies

and the coldness of the technical acts of the operating theaters. The world of disability is knocking on its door with a Butterfly Order

white. His photographs are enriched then with the pain, the joy, the scientific references and the writing which are superimposed.

If the destitution he experienced during his childhood remained like a DNA in his way of life, the encounter with poverty during his travels in Africa was, for him, the discovery of another limit of the life and society.

Since Ysel wanders between the testimony, the reportage, the portrait and the staging, marrying with subtlety the beautiful and

the pregnant.

Two years of study at the GOBELINS school will be most useful to tame the light and put into practice the most modern digital techniques.

Today, nourished by his previous work, Ysel has taken a new step by combining photographic art with plastic art. Indeed far from reporting, the documentary aspect Ysel enriches his work with overprints and materials in connection with the chosen medium.

The paper disappears the metal arrives in its series named "CALLIPHORA". (... / ...) But where does this word "CALLIPHORA" come from? this is the first

question that burns our lips. Ysel specifies that it is a fly, this blue fly which has for vocation to break down the organic materials, CALLIPHORA "who bears the beauty".

And as a boomerang, the whole universe of this collection reminds us of life, death and moreover the passage.

Each photo tells us that we are only vagabonds on this earth.

From childhood to old age one would only survive on oneself so that in the end, in an eternal movement, what is dead is irremediably transformed into life. "Calliphora" everything is said.

Every moment of our existence is thus swept by the photographer.

From the procreation, at the end of life the works jostle us even in their titles. Nidicus, Passage, Homo ergaster, Dementia, Sinus or Chronos, Acid Amine "tells us the long way of life that goes to life.

Science is at the heart of this reminiscent production, the carefully hammered message that the human being is, like all organic matter, far beyond the spiritual, eternal by its constitution and thanks to this famous blue fly.

Based on interview with Xavier Beaufils 12/2018

The technique

Ysel invites us to his workshop. No dark room, no white gloves, no wonder we are almost at a coachbuilder. Indeed, the basic material here is the corrugated sheet. It must be flattened, hit to obtain a usable plate.

For larger models the plates are riveted to make them integral. Then "just" remove the rust, brush, put rust, paint white, sublimate everything.

Three cooking at 160 ° will be necessary. Finally, we will be able to transfer the photo to a hot press and finally add an anti-UV, anti-shock varnish.

Each work is unique by its rendering and the hazards (aberrations) of these many manipulations. Of course all the creative work of the photographer was done upstream.

His two years of study at GOBELINS school are most useful for taming the light and putting the most modern digital techniques into practice.

Some landmarks

Ysel, born in 1977 in a hippie community in the south of France, studies photography at the Gobelins school in Paris.

After crisscrossing France in his truck, he is currently working in Louisfert, his adopted land of Brittany.

Photographer of reportage then plastic photographer, he also practices painting, sculpture and theater.

His universe: surreal, overwhelming, disturbing, perhaps even disturbing, which is sure it does not leave indifferent.

[bibliographical references]

"It's stronger than me, in my head it's a child", 2009, APEI edition

The West White Butterflies 44.

[artistic references]

- "Children of Mali", Festival of three continents, Pommeray passage,

Nantes, 2005.

- "Reportage on the Express, the train between Dakar and Bamako", eyes crossed in

Nantes train stations, 2015.

A beautiful exhibition as usual at the Galerie Vrais Rêves so go see it !
Joanne Courbet for DayNewsWorld


We are used to a modest Laura Smet when it comes to putting her body forward.

Surprise however for the fans of the daughter of Johnny Hallyday and Nathalie Baye.

She shares a picture of her naked Friday, November 9 on Instagram.

But it is in a pose sublimated by the photographer Sylvia Gamot that she agreed to pose in Eve's outfit.

A particular sensuality emerges from this photo.

We know that Laura Smet after her short film Thomas resumes filming as an actress.

Exhibition from November 1st to 30th at the Galerie Catherine Houard 6th district of Paris.

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I have been closely, since I discovered this place, the exhibitions proposed by the Lyon gallery "Vrais Rêves", dedicated to photography since 1980, place whose name is the title of a book by Duane Michals edited by Oak in 1977.

The artistic line of this gallery seems to be rather towards the creation, the diversion, the ambiguity in perfect adequacy with its surname carrying a specific artistic line of photography.

While we often put so-called documentary photography forward in the media, we can ask ourselves if it does not return to one of its first statutes that of capturing and objectively recording a reality.

Hippolyte Bayard, born in 1801, who made the first photographic staging, "The Drowning", made in 1840, had detached himself from it, and must now turn in his grave ...

A True Dreams, currently an artist photographer Philippe Calandre presents images of the series "In perceptivo".

For him the interest is not in the objectivity but rather in the creativity, in the imaginary.

The proof, Philippe Calandre evokes the discovery by NASA of an exoterre named Kepler 452b, located 1400 light years from us.

He places his latest architectural compositions.

These forming utopias: non-places, nowhere in the first sense of the term. And yet these chimeras proceed from fragments taken from the real by his care ...

As Jean-Pierre Chambon says so subtly, I quote "(...) After having traveled the globe for a long time as a photographer, Philippe Calandre decided to organize from now on great immobile journeys towards the lands or the unknown cities which will reveal his irreproachable photomontages .

Drawing on his building materials in the stock of images he has accumulated during his wanderings and reports, he creates very clever combinations where the hybridizations work perfectly.

Like the hero of Italo Calvino's Invisible Cities, who speculates on "cities that are too likely to be true," he seeks to bring about a reality augmented by the imaginary.

His fascination with industrial architectures, whose aesthetics stemmed from practical necessity and the economic imperative, led him to design strange machineries.

Hedged silos and chimneys spitting their fumes, traversed pipelines and inextricable stairs, grafted with metal bridges overhanging landscapes of deserts, its sites possess the beauty of the underworld. "

Exhibition to discover until November 10, Wednesday to Saturday from 15 to 19h or during one of the tours commented, the one in the presence of the artist, September 29 at 17h.

During this meeting Frédérique Lomba, pianist, friend of the gallery and the photographer, will propose her musical reading of the exhibition of Philippe CALANDRE

Galerie Vrais Rêves 6 rue Dumenge 69004 Lyon (France).

See also

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Meet Nathalie ZOA aka JAINPHOTOGRAPHY a young architecture photographer who by its original photo style transports us into its urban universe and disconcerting.
Be careful because what you thought you might see is not what you should see!

Paul - "How did the orientation of your practice towards the specific field of architectural photography occur ?"

Jainphotographie - During my encounters with Instagram photographers in 2015, I became very interested in the architectural photography I was doing at the time during my many travels.

As luck would have it, I also worked with photographers specialized in architecture during these meetings, with whom I learned many techniques and discovered urban places that I then photographed.

I started to be interested in architecture and especially thinking of a concept more original than simple shots that I found too classic:

the desire to create something new inspired me to do these montages from my architectural photos.

Paul - "How would you define your personal approach to architectural photography?"

Jainphotographie - Architecture photography, as I practice it, is treated in a very personal way because through the architectural details that I'm going to photograph, I will be able to express and represent something completely different.

In my opinion, this is the most suitable medium for creativity that I like to explore and share.

It remains the simplest means of representation for a much more complex concept.

The main challenge is to come to share an original idea through a collage of photographs of very specific architectures.

The images themselves represent hours of work and editing

(see photo 1) may require weeks of work.

In general, I strive to show the photos as accurately as possible in terms of rendering angles and proportions, no editing work is done on the initial forms of the photo.

I try not to distort the original photo but I rather try to aesthetize it by trimming and rotating images.

I am also very attentive to the history of the buildings that I will take pictures and / or the country in which I am, in this way

I am inspired by their stories to create montages that always have a message to convey more a simple photo collage

(example: REMAKE: THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO which is a montage of English vessels in the shape of spaceships against French vessels in the shape of spaceships).

Paul - "What are your achievements and your international ambitions?"

Jainphotographie - I am just starting to exhibit and share my work, besides I participate in the Urban Week at La Défense in partnership with Urban Trace and you can find me there until Sunday, September 23rd in the mall the 4 time.

My goal is to continue to evolve in my practice and photograph more buildings around the world. Photographing in places still unknown allows me to have a different perspective, to bring a point of view and create even more original montages.

Paul - " Where can we see your work?"

Jainphotographie - I am very active on my Instagram and Facebook (Jainphotographie) but I also have my website:

My goal is to continue to evolve in my practice and photograph more buildings around the world. Photographing in places still unknown allows me to have a different perspective, to bring a point of view and create even more original montages.

Paul - " Where can we see your work?"

Jainphotographie - I am very active on my Instagram and Facebook (Jainphotographie) but I also have my website:

Nathalie ZOA AKA JAINPHOTOGRAPHY a Photographer to Watch ........

Paul Emison for DayNewsWorld



Exhibition at the Galerie Vrais Rêves Lyon by photographer Phillipe Calandre
"In perceptivo" from 8/09 / to 10/11/2018

The opening will take place on Saturday September 8, 2018 from 6:30 pm at the Galerie Vrais Rêves at 6 Rue Dumenge in Lyon starting point of this exhibition.
The exhibition will then be open from Wednesday to Saturday from 15H to 19H.
A commented visit will take place on Saturday, September 29, 2018 at 17:00.

Here is another beautiful exhibition whose True Dreams has the secret not to be missed under any circumstances especially if you like the photo.

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Go to the European House of this old abandoned hall to admire under the lens of Bettina Rheims 180 large prints of the woman in all its states.

You will be puzzled and speechless in front of this game of constant mirror.

Because what fascinates this extraordinary artist is not so much the plastic as the trouble and the mystery:

Bettina Rheims has made women her central photographic subject for four decades while questioning genres.

"Khôl flowing, veiled pupil, abandonment of the bodies, the women of Bettina Rheims are in an in-between. " "After love or after a break, women are never as beautiful as when they are a little defeated," says Bettina Rheims.

The biggest celebrities have submitted to his goal. Madonna, Charlotte Rampling, Carole Bouquet, Marianne Faithfull, Kylie Minogue, Barbara and others appear more in their flesh than in their plastic.

The disturbing aura surrounds Charlotte Rampling with a veil of mystery.

In the same way Madonna's feline eroticism. The queen of pop, entrusted in 1994 a photo shoot to Bettina Rheims in the style of "Chambre close", her flagship series and founder, in shabby hotel rooms ...

The star wants this restored scene in New York for a whole night's sleep.

The spectator feels troubled by his platinum and feline beauty of the "Ciccone" rubbing against the wall, his face buried in his angle.

The references of women to the dressing of masters of the 21st century slips into her voyeuristic spirit.

Because "Bettina has a woman's look on women, and that changes everything. When undressing, naked, she gets an intimacy from her models ", summarizes Jean-Luc Monterosso.

She varies her experiences. In 2005 " Heroines" appears more like a work that wants to be a tribute to the sculpture.

The photographer then collaborates with designer Jean Colonna to dress women's original clothes.

Contemporary icons all dressed in old dresses emanate then an offbeat beauty

. But throughout her career, she continues to question the representations of gender and androgyny as evidenced by the series " Gender Studies " of 2012 already preceded by the series Modern Lovers of the late 80s and AIDS.

The originality of 2012 emanates from the device linking image and sound (by Frédéric Sanchez) in the presentation of 27 sound portraits of young men and women.

Then the power of the intimate spell reinforced by the sonorous testimony of each portrait and explodes in the space of the exhibition.

Other surprising variations will challenge you in the spatial and not chronological organization of this exhibition on three floors.

The parallel of idol musicians of the 80s and those of women held in prisons today for example ..

Also disguising his clichés of feline women, raw, sometimes provocative, confronted with muses draped in their aura.

You will understand. Photographer Bettina Rheims keeps questioning and magnifying woman and femininity. An appointment not to be missed.

Joanne Courbet for DayNewsWorld