JUERGEN TELLER I NEED TO LIVE 

The “I need to live” exhibition traces the introspective, zany, absurd and sometimes offbeat work of photographer Juergen Teller.  Everyone wants to live, to live for love, to live despite ups and downs, to live despite bumpy roads, traumas, joys, sorrows, tears and laughter.  Juergen Teller, internationally renowned and highly regarded in the field of […]

JORDAN HEMINGWAY, UNE AUTRE SENSIBILITÉ DE LA MODE (ANOTHER FASHION PERSPECTIVE)

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The London-based American photographer and filmmaker reinterprets traditional conventions, concepts and stereotypes of beauty in an energetic and magnetic way. Le champ d’exploration du travail de Jordan Hemingway s’étend des beaux-arts à la pellicule celluloïd granuleuse. Cet ancien skateur amateur, originaire du New Jersey et aujourd’hui installé à Londres, s’est bâti une carrière de photographe […]

JAMIE NELSON, CREATOR OF MAJOR FASHION IMAGES

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The American photographer is spicing up the fashion and beauty industry with her glamorous, ultra-colourful, hyper-feminine universe, bursting with energy and creativity. Red, pink, vintage, American kitsch, irreverence and lots of style… Welcome to the sexy, wild world of Jamie Nelson! This Texas native, who grew up in Colorado, lived in New York and now […]

HANNA TVEITE, A TIMELESS VISION THROUGH THE LENS

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Hanna Tveite is a Norwegian-born photographer and director whose timeless aesthetic creates visual worlds of confidence and elegance. Her work is distinguished by a unique fusion of creativity and an acute ability to capture the essence of her subjects, establishing light, colour and texture as the true pillars of her visual identity, whether in fashion […]

CINEMA IN COLOUR

Charles Bramesco’s beautiful book “Les Couleurs du Cinéma” (published by Pyramyd) offers detailed but synthetic notes that make you want to see dozens of films again and again, offering them up for analysis as paintings and flat tints of colour. Fans of the photographic cinema of Wes Anderson, Stanley Kubrick or Agnès Varda often refer […]

ANTARCTICA, GETTING TO KNOW THE ICE

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In a new documentary that is more artistic than educational, Luc Jacquet once again returns to Antarctica. In magnificent black and white, the colour of emperor penguins, he shares his passion for this world of ice and sky.  “Many years later (…), Colonel Aureliano Buendia was to recall that distant afternoon when his father took […]

PHILIPPE R. DOUMIC, THE CINEPHILE’S NOSTALGIA

This could be the perfect holiday gift if you’ve ever dreamed of living in a 1960s French film. Philippe R. Doumic, l’œil du cinéma, with its 200 black and white portraits, is the souvenir book of an eternally youthful era. All the icons of the 1960s French cinema have passed before his lens: Anna Karina, […]

SEEING WONG KAR-WAI AGAIN

Before “The Grandmaster 2046” and “In The Mood for Love”, Wong Kar-wai was already an immense filmmaker with a well-honed style. Rediscover four of his films in cinemas from December 20th .  The stories in Wong Kar-wai’s films sometimes seem to resemble each other: a little violence and a few guns, the traditional heritage of […]

CAREY MULLIGAN, WITH MASTERY

This winter, we’ll see her as Felicia Montealegre, Costa Rican actress and wife of Leonard Bernstein, in Bradley Cooper’s Maestro, available from December 20 on Netflix. But over the past fifteen years, Carey Mulligan has carved out a special place for herself in American cinema. We sometimes forget that Carey Mulligan is British. Indeed, we’ve […]

DELCY MORELOS, BARD OF THE EARTH

At the last Venice Biennale, Delcy Morelos drew us into her labyrinth of fragrant peat deployed between the pillars and girders of the Arsenale, offering us a salutary stroll to the heart of life and the primordial element she has made her favourite means of expression. The Colombian artist returns to New York and Paris […]