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Denis Roche, Odd Man Out 4/4


7 July 2016 LAURE LIMONGI HOSTS : – Jean-Marie Gleize, poet – Luigi Magno, scholar (Italie) – Magali Nachtergael, scholar – Stéphanie Solinas, artist

Denis Roche, Odd Man Out 3/4


7 July 2016 JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BAILLY HOSTS : – Bernard Plossu, photographer – Patrick Le Bescont, Éditions Filigranes + film-interview, Guillaume Geneste, developer and printer for Denis Roche and Catherine Derioz, gallery exhibiter of Denis Roche, Le Réverbère (Lyon) – Tiphaine Samoyault, author – François Lagarde, photographer – Christine Baudillon, director, founder, with François Lagarde, of […]

Denis Roche, Odd Man Out 2/4


6 July 2016 ANNE-LISE BROYER HOSTS : – Nicolas Comment, photographer and musician – Léa Bismuth, exhibition curator – Anne-Marie Garat, writer + filmed interview of Bernard Noël, poet

Denis Roche, Odd Man Out 1/4


6 July 2016 BERNARD COMMENT HOSTS : – Sophie Calle, artist – Jacques Damez, photographer, Le Réverbère gallery – Quentin Bajac, photographic curator, MoMa + filmed interview of Patrick Bouchain, architect and scenographer HEART OF A DOG : Screening of the film “Heart of a Dog” by Laurie Anderson, in the presence of the artist-director. […]

Photography: The Shared Art of The 21st Century 3/3


Symposium 2014, 11 July. Will the web revolutionise how photographs are disseminated? Will it change the way knowledge about photography is shared? Will it win over a new public to the art form? New media: with Joëlle Menrath, a sociologist specialising in the image and new uses of photography, Isabelle Saussol, head of educational projects […]

Photography: The Shared Art of The 21st Century 2/3


Symposium 2014, 10 July. Publishers and collectors: photography’s new public. Opened by Hans Rooseboom, curator of the exhibition at the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. How have publishers contributed to the massive spread of photography? With Daile Kaplan, vice-president and head of the photography and publications department at Swann Galleries, Xavier Barral, director of Éditions Xavier Barral, Matthieu […]

Photography: The Shared Art of The 21st Century 1/3


Symposium 2014 9 July Between the 1960s and the 1980s, photography emerged from being viewed as a purely documentary or archival practice to recognition as an art form. In France it entered the Ministry of Culture’s official remit in 1981, but many initiatives had anticipated this development. Viewers and visitors became more diversified, creating a […]

Can we still think of black and white aesthetic for photography today? 2/3


Symposium 2013 4 July How have technical processes helped validate a black and white aesthetic?   Chaired by Marie-Anne Ferry-Fall, general director of the ADAGP, society of Authors in the Graphic and Visual Arts, and with photographers Jean-Michel Fauquet and John Davies; Brett Rogers, Director of the Photographer’s Gallery in London; Jean-François Camp, president of […]

Can we still think of black and white aesthetic for photography today? 1/3


Symposium 2013 3 July The History of Photography, from Black and White to Colour.   Jean-Noël Jeanneney, President of Les Rencontres d’Arles, and François Hébel, Director of Les Rencontres d’Arles, open the colloquium. Black and White – Anne Cartier-Bresson, General Curator of Heritage, Director of the City of Paris Photography Restoration and Conservation Studio. – […]

Where does the future come from?


European Encounters Aix-Arles-Avignon 7 July 2013 Where does the future come from? How do memories and longing for the past nurture the creative process today? Photographers and visual artists whose work questions the place of memory — individual or collective, objective or dreamed — in contemporary creation have the floor. With Yasmine Eid-Sabbagh, Patrick Tourneboeuf […]

Viviane Sassen shows In and Out of Fashion


Fashion offers Viviane Sassen a space she can draw on for her most personal projects. Surrealistic, unsettling, always fascinating and full of pizzazz. A touch of blackness cuts through these shimmering colours. The Dutch photographer speaks about In and Out of Fashion, the exhibition presented in Arles in 2013.

A look back at thirty years of the ENSP


3 July 2012 What does teaching photography mean? A look back at thirty years of experience with the founders of the École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie d’Arles and some of the teaching staff. Facilitated by Gisèle Tavernier, Le Journal des Arts.

Does fashion still produce great photographers?


4 July 2012. While the Grand Palais devotes its space to a Helmut Newton retrospective and a tribute is paid to Jean-Paul Goude at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, is fashion still producing great photographers? Does it establish a photographer’s reputation or do fashion magazines in fact find rejuvenation in contemporary photography? With […]

Photography & environment


5 July 2012 With Stephen Barber, Group Managing Director of Pictet & Cie and Head of Group Corporate, Edmund Clark, Philippe Chancel, photographers. Facilitated by Pierre Haski,Rue89/Nouvel Observateur.

Is there a French School?


6 July 2012. Post-WWII humanism present in French photography was superseded by major commissions focused on specific regions and territories after the DATAR (Délégation à l’Aménagement du Territoire et à l’Attractivité Régionale) mission in the 1980s. Where does French photography stand today at a time when it is German, English, Danish and American photography that […]

Being a photography book publisher today


7 July 2012. Entrepreneur or artistic director ? With Markus Schaden,Dewi Lewis,Claude Nori, and Benoît Rivero, director of the Photo collection at Actes Sud. Facilitated by Brigitte Hernandez, editorial director of Grand Angle, Le Point.

Is an institution specialised in photography still justifiable in 2011?


7 July 2011 With Simon Baker, Tate Modern, London; Chris Boot, Aperture Foundation, New York; Sam Stourdzé, Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne; David Barriet, David Benassayag, and Béatrice Didier, Point du Jour Art centre & publishing house, Cherbourg; Artur Walther, Walther Collection, New-Ulm, Germany. Moderator: Yasmine Youssi,Télérama.

Does the beauty of a historic photograph counteract its documentary value?


5 July 2011 To mark the occasion of the Mexico: revolution and photography and the Mexican Suitcase exhibitions. With Miguel Ángel Berumen, curator of the exhibition on the mexican Revolution; Clément Chéroux, curator of the exhibition From Here On, author of various books, including La Mémoire des camps; Alfonso Morales, curator of Gabriel Figueroa ‘s […]

Does photography sell newspapers in 2011


8 July 2011 With Kathy Ryan, editor in chief New York Times Magazine, Laurent Abadjian,Télérama, Frédérique Babin,Monde Mag. Moderator: Christophe Ono-dit-Biot, co-editor in chief of Le Point.

Web & photography


9 July 2010 With Dominique Sagot-Duvauroux, economist, professor, expert in the photography market. Jean Vincent, barrister, lecturer. Olivier Brillanceau, director general of SAIF. Kyra Pollack,Times Magazine. Paolo Woods, photographer. Didier de Faÿs,photographie.com. Jean Di Sciullo, Agence Années Lumières. Moderator: Pierre Haski, founder of Rue89.

Marketing strategies for the young photographer


5 July 2010 With Clément Bodet, Paolo Woods, Marion Poussier, Marcos Lopez, photographers. Nathalie Herschdorfer, Bérénice Angremy, curators. Moderator: Jean-Christophe Béchet, journalist at Réponses Photo.

Conceptual photography and history


4 July 2010 With Jean-Noël Jeanneney, president of the Rencontres d’Arles. Gabriel Valansi, photographer. Leandro Berra, Zhang Dali, artists. Bérénice Angremy, curator. Moderator: Pierre Haski, founder of Rue89.

Museum studies: does pedagogy stifle emotion?


6 July 2010. With Francis Joly, SCEREN-CNDP, visual art advisor. Claude Sintes, Musée Départemental Arles Antique. François Cheval, Musée Nicéphore Niépce. Andres Duprat, curator. Moderator: Natacha Wolinski, journalist.

Nan Goldin, Soeurs Saintes et Sybilles


Nan Goldin commente la série dédiée à sa sœur et à toutes les femmes rebelles qui se battent pour survivre dans la société, Rencontres d’Arles 2009.

Should photographers donate their work to the state?


8 July 2009. With Manuel Bamberger, Ministry of Culture and Communications. Maryse Cordesse, president of the Fondation Lartigue. Françoise Denoyelle, president of ADIDAEPP. Willy Ronis, photographer. Agnès Sire, director of the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson. Olivier Brillanceau, director of the SAIF.