Un photographe / un territoire 

‘Un photographe/un territoire’ is a collection of books on the theme of contemporary photography, where a photographer (or photographers) bear(s) witness to the diversity of a particular place.

‘Regard d’artiste’ is a collection of books exploring current works or projects by contemporary artists.

Catalog of the exhibition La rue nous appartient – New York, 1970-1980 dedicated to Arlene Gottfried at the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nancy from October 12, 2019, to January 12, 2020.
11,37 €
Made between 1909 and 1931, the Archives de la Planète represents one of the most comprehensive funds of color photographs from the beginning of the 20th century.
32,23 €
The video and photographic work of Florence Chevallier (born in 1955, currently living and working in Paris) overlaps between document and allegory while exploring the genres of landscape, portrait, self-portrait and genre scene.
18,96 €
This book invites to discover the communities who live in territories where the seasons impose their rhythm and the relationship to nature requires permanent adjusting and repairs.
23,70 €
To realize this parallel addition to the Albert-Kahn Museum’s Mongolian collection, three contemporary photographers were invited to offer their vision of Mongolia to the public.
23,70 €
Philippe Chancel reveals us the existence of the thousands of workers in United Arab Emirates who toil constantly constructing amazing cities: Dubai, Abu-Dhabi, with his book Workers Emirates.
37,91 €
The book records installations done in Clermont-Ferrand between 2000 et 2010, and photographed by the artist.
28,44 €
Suzanne Lafont (1949) is one of the most important figures on the French contemporary photography scene. Her work came to prominence in the 1990s.
25,59 €
On the occasion of inauguration of its new wing devoted to the Department of Islamic Arts, the Louvre Museum has invited Walid Raad, and given him carte blanche.
23,70 €
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