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The inventiveness in the photo does not date Instagram or Photoshop.
In the 20s and 30s, the artist Man Ray, close to André Breton and
Marcel Duchamp took part in revolutionizing photography as art. His
most famous pictures as Le Violon d'Ingres, or Black and White is now
grub up at hundreds of thousands of pounds!» Read more
If the arrival of digital technology has revolutionized the photographic
practices, Thomas Salva was able to take this turn with philosophy.» Read more
It is the reading of Out of Africa at 17 that comes radically overturn the
lives of Peter Beard. He falls deeply love with Africa.
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Martin Parr was born in England in 1952 in a London wealthy family.
Dive as a teenager by a passion for photography, he studied the subject
in Manchester in the 1970s before joining the prestigious Magnum
agency in 1994.
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On Sunday, October 7th will be held the second session of the auction organized by SVV Guillaume Le Floc'h in Saint-Cloud. The twentieth century will be honored including, Modern Art, Contemporary Art and Design. From a wide variety of quality lots, some particularly caught our attention.» Read more
On the occasion of Paris-Photo , from 18 to 21 November 2010, at the Carrousel du Louvre, with a panorama photograph of the XIXth s to today, we will focus on this fragile heritage. Initially scientific objects and family memorabilia, photography became a real work of art with galleries and auction houses and renowned artists such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Doisneau and, more recently, Marc Riboux. However, the sale of a photograph implies a virtually flawless quality and therefore specific storage conditions to prevent cracking, pitting, washes ... » Read more
In May 1889, the Eiffel Tower opened its doors to the public, a few days after the inauguration of the Universal Exhibition of which it was the most spectacular attraction. 120 years later, the Iron Lady became the most visited monument in the world and at the same time, the most photographed.» Read more