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Chez Higgins - Image of the week

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Enter the mysterious office of Higgins. Listen and watch him reveal his meetings with the greatest international artists, tell us their histories as well as their visions of their images. Come and feel the photography with Higgins, alternately committed, original, off-key and sophisticated.

Each week, make the most of his portfolios and watch the film dedicated to him.

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Yan MORVAN - Lebanon

Saturday, January 10 2015
Yan Morvan - Lebanon

2nd June, 1982. I'm waiting for the end of the Summit Conference of the industrialized countries on the balcony of the Conference Palace in Versailles. The news comes in: The Israelis have invaded Lebanon. Supported by Sipa Press agency, I decide to join the photographers who are at the front.


 

Serge Jacques - Bad Movies

Monday, September 23 2013
Serge Jacques - Bad Movies

B movies, or just plain bad movies?
For one single cinematic blockbuster, you have to count on average 4531 failures.  However the real failures have that special something, and there is always something that sells them. That special something, that means that we still talk about Ed Wood and his Plan 9 from outer space or all of the works of the Troma Studio...


 

Christophe Mourthé - The Casanovas

Wednesday, September 05 2012
Christophe Mourthé - The Casanovas

The Casanovas, is really based on a rendez-vous between a photographer and a make-up artist who are both struggling to be creative. Both of them attempting to develop a real sense of emotion and magic at their shoot.


 

Sylvie Huet - I am a Dwarf

Thursday, February 09 2012
Sylvie Huet - I am a Dwarf

Why has a photographer chosen to use models of a small size? Firstly, the history of looking for the unusual is a specialty in this artform especially when the subject is out of the ordinary. For dwarfs they have always been subject of unwanted gazes.


 

Sue Rynski - End of the night

Wednesday, October 12 2011
Sue Rynski - End of the night

These pics are horny and bad. Fuck if you were a normal person from a normal place you would look at this shit and say what the fuck are these people trying to do. These people are seeking truth in a place where there is none...


 

KRIKI - The Fuzz

Wednesday, June 01 2011
KRIKI - The Fuzz

One of the things that we have become aware of in the 20th century is that a work of art is not a goal in itself, but a sort of linguistic tool, a language. In a way the work speaks and tells a story at the same time. In another way, the visual aspects and the feelings in the piece are the traditional themes with the form and the content...


 

Frank Rothe - Naked China

Monday, March 21 2011
Frank Rothe - Naked China

At 19 years old, I decided to travel in Africa. I went to Kenya and then to Egypt where I met a Brazilian who invited me to travel to Asia. I left Cairo for Bangkok. It was 1992, and Bangkok was dirty, interesting and full of life. We traveled on to Thailand and then Hong Kong from here I traveled to China. I took a night ferry from Hong Kong...


 

Alfred Wolf - Paris Landscapes

Sunday, December 26 2010
Alfred Wolf - Paris Landscapes

It was in 1984, after the publication of the book “Marseilles", that I started the first of my photographic rendezvous with Paris.
As I was walking, I discovered the construction sites of the excavations of Napoleon court where two short years later the famous Pyramid of the Louvre would be built...


 

Irina IONESCO - Yakusa

Wednesday, March 20 2013
Irina IONESCO - Yakusa

In April 1996, I went to Tokyo to undertake a series of conferences and to take part in an exhibition of my photographs at the Nikon gallery. I had also hoped that during my stay I would be able to photograph geishas, some stars of sumo and some Japanese models.


 

Vlastimil Kula - Spa

Friday, March 09 2012
Vlastimil Kula - Spa

Life
A Shower
Two or even three of us !
Long live the Spa
My body is an island touched by this torrent
My buttocks tender and innocent...


 

Christine Spengler - Children of War

Thursday, December 08 2011
Christine Spengler - Children of War

When I was a child in Madrid, nothing predisposed me to become a photographer. The only thing I knew at the time was that I wanted to be a writer. It’s only at the age of 23, when my brother and I were involved with the Tubus’ revolt in Chad that I discovered my second vocation: war correspondent.


 

Gyula Zarand - Utopia

Friday, July 29 2011
Gyula Zarand - Utopia

I am going to look at you from faraway, without you even knowing. What do you see from your young face, through that deforming prism? What do you know ?


 

A. C. Becker-Echivard - Modern Times

Thursday, April 21 2011
Anne Catherine Becker-Echivard - Modern Times

The fish of acbe do not look at the ground.
They play there. They play. They play with us.
They place us into these pieces.
Parts in an act, in a photograph...


 

Laurent Bochet - A table!

Sunday, February 13 2011
Laurent Bochet - A table!

Sur la table de la cuisine.
Le féminisme a connu ses heures de gloire au début des années 70. Pas très surprenant à la réflexion. Indépendamment des revendications légitimes sur l’avortement et le droit des femmes à disposer de leur corps, les militantes sont confrontées à partir de la fin des années 60 aux années noires de l’histoire du ménage domestique...


 

Henri Maccheroni - By Pierre Molinier

Monday, December 13 2010
Henri Maccheroni - By Pierre Molinier

Today I bring up the subject of Molinier, whilst I speak about him and some of his writing in our own private correspondence together, I must bring up the prudishness of his age. My belief is that the contacts I formed at the beginning of the 1960’s have disappeared almost completely.


 
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