Eyes in Progress (Paris, Amsterdam) launches its 3rd edition of its annual workshops programme with 14 of the greatest photographer around the world: Ed Kashi, Visual storytelling, 26th-29th March; Claude Nori, Self-publishing photobook, 5th-6th April; Eric Bouvet, Street photography, 23th-26th April; Tomasz Gudzowaty, Social documentary, 14th-17th May; Arno Rafael Minkkinen, A personal vision, 28th-31st May; David Burnett, The creative eye, 11th-14th June; Michael Ackerman, Introspective photography, 25th-28th June; Claude Nori, How to start a photo book project? 2nd-5th July; Rinko Kawauchi, Visual poetry, 9th-12th July; Roger Ballen, Fine art photography, 10th-13th September; Patrick Zachmann, Documentary, 24tht-27th September; Richard Dumas, The portrait, 22nd-25th October; Lise Sarfati, Contemporary photography, 21-23 November; Chris Morris, Learning to see, 26th-29th November.
The workshops will take place mainly in Paris but also in Amsterdam and Barcelona. Created by the young Véronique Sutra and Alexandre Sutra in 2011, Eyes in Progress is a professional training centre for photography, open to professional photographers and experienced amateurs.
Moreover Eyes in Progress has launched TipList to show your work to the world, get a chance to be seen by professional buyers or just to search for everything that is specifically related to photography.
The show is the largest exhibition of Swiss photography in a space of over 3,500m: 120 photographers show their recent work, selected by the curator Neomi Gamliel-Groot. Here you can see the full list.
During these four days of event, Photo Schweiz invited as speakers Peter Lindbergh, Christian Lutz, Diana Scheunemann, Oliviero Toscani, Gerhard Steidl & Philipp Keel, Greg Gorman and Arnold Odermatt.
10-14 January 2014
Maag Halle, Hardstrasse 219, 8005 Zürich.
11.00h – 20.00h
Video of 2013 Edition
Anja Rubik, one of the best world top model, has 30th birthday today. She is like chameleon! Happy Birthday Anja!
Anja Rubik was born in Rzeszów, Poland on June 12, 1985. Growing up, Anja lived in Greece, Canada, and South Africa and began modeling full- time after graduating from a British high school in Paris. Rubik can be seen in numerous editorials for Vogue, Numero, Harper’s Bazaar, etc. More information and photographs of Anja can be found on her website: AnjaRubik.com
Anja is also Editor in Chief of 25 Magazine.
Big surprise! Today I recived great message. My portfolio with 40 photos will be presented on Sunday at the Art Takes Miami: 1,001 Artists Project in Miami, USA! The 1,001 artists presented in interactive gallery are from over 86 different countries around the world. They are a small part of the 500,000 members!!!! Works of 1,001 artists will be included in a digital presentation displayed in the Art Takes Miami exhibition booth at SCOPE Art Show. You can see my works on streets of Miami! I’m so happy! And surprised 😉
Scope Art Miami, 1001 Artists Project
4-9 December 2012
The first edition of Magnum Magnum was the photography book of the decade, a landmark publication that celebrated the vision, imagination and brilliance of the world’s most renowned photographic agency.
With over 400 images selected by Magnum’s photographers, this is at once a permanent record of many of the iconic images from the last 60 years by a legendary creative collective, and an insight, as seen through the critical eyes and minds of Magnum photographers, into what makes a great photograph.
Magnum Magnum harks back to Magnum’s early days, evoking the spirit of what made it such a unique creative environment, where each of the four founding members picture-edited the others’ photographs. Here, a current Magnum photographer selects and critiques six key works of another of the 69 photographers featured, with a commentary explaining the rationale behind their choice.
Herb Ritts revolutionized fashion photography, modernized the nude, and transformed celebrities into icons.
Through hard work and a distinctive vision, Herb Ritts (1952–2002) fashioned himself into one of the top photographers to emerge from the 1980s. Ritts’s aesthetic incorporated facets of life in and around Los Angeles. He often made use of the bright California sunlight to produce bold contrasts, and his preference for outdoor locations such as the desert and the beach helped to separate his work from that of his New York-based peers. Ritts’s intimate portraiture, his modern yet classical treatment of the nude, and his innovative approach to fashion brought him international acclaim and placed him securely within an American tradition of portrait and magazine photography that includes Richard Avedon, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Irving Penn.