"Eastman Kodak, the company which pioneered so much in photography from the 1880s through the 1960s, could have owned digital imaging; the very first electronic camera was born in one of Kodak’s labs. Instead, they missed that boat, going into a tailspin that resulted in their eventual bankruptcy. Tied to that economic engine, the fortunes of Rochester, New York, the archetypal company town where Kodak had its headquarters, fell as »Big Yellow« collapsed. Catherine Leutenegger’s attentive, deadpan studies of Rochester today explore the face of a city once central to photography but now irrelevant and adrift."
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.Sold out.The first edition of 7 Rooms, released in 2011, was quickly sold out. We are offering here the 2013 re-edition, signed by the artist.7 Rooms takes us with a groupe of 7 people in the post-soviet Russia, and is a series of intimate portraits, where we sense calm and also boredom. Rafal Milach has an obvious eye for composition and a strong sense...
.Sold out.Avec Ama, Nina Poppe nous emmène au Japon dans une communauté de femmes pêcheuses, les "femmes de la mer" (Ama en japonais), et autrefois "sirènes" car elles plongeaint vêtues uniquement d'un tissu autour des hanches. Ces femmes pêchent des "abalones" (un genre d'ormeau) en apnée, plusieurs heures par jour à des profondeurs de 15 mètres. Dans...
.Sold out. Rinko Kawauchi is certainly one of the most famous contemporary Japanese photographers, thanks to photobooks such as Utatane, Aila, Cui-Cui or more recently Illuminance. These previous opus showed us and told us life through small plots of daily life, details of everyday life that inscribe us all in the same community.With Ametsuchi, a term...