Henry Roy: Ibiza Memories
The sixth book by Franco-Haitian photographer Henry Roy, represents a “manipulated archive” of 30 years of photographs from his many trips to the …
A Lower East Side Time Capsule
In 1984, photographer Tria Giovan moved to New York City's Lower East Side after graduating from college. She wandered the streets, photographing from …
Pierre Molinier: The Body at Work
Pierre Molinier, a unique figure in the history of art, is the subject of an extensive exhibition that juxtaposes 130 of his works …
At the Heart of It
The International Month of Photojournalism in Padova, Italy, brings together photographers from all over the world to trigger cultural debate and roundtable discussions …
ImageSingulières: A Human Festival
This year, the Sète-based festival celebrates its fifteenth anniversary with eight exhibitions devoted, as ever, to documentary photography. A beautiful festival of the …
AI-Generated Images: A Visual Revolution
Midjourney, Dall-E, Stable Diffusion: artificial-intelligence software generating images has been perfected and democratized, leading to a real revolution in the visual industry. Faced …
André Kertész: Sur/Real
Bruce Silverstein Gallery in New York City presents the early photographs of photographer André Kertész, taken between 1914 and 1936.
Bruno Barbey in Italy: Dolce Vita
The Académie des Beaux-Arts in Paris pays tribute to the great Franco-Swiss photographer Bruno Barbey (1941-2020), born in Morocco and a member of the Magnum agency, with the exhibition “The Italians”.
Jason Fulford: Slices of Italy
The journal of Jason Fulford’s adventures in Italy, The Heart Is a Sandwich documents a decade of visual encounters as funny as they are touching.