ARLES 2018 / Karine Paoli 'Hug Me'

ARLES 2018 / Karine Paoli 'Hug Me'
Mardi 3 juillet – 11h41 – Paris Gare de Lyon : Une voix féminine résonne dans le haut-parleur : « Attention à la fermeture des portes… » Installée dans ce TGV bondé, assise près de la fenêtre, le casque sur les oreilles avec ma précieuse playlist, je regarde les paysages défilés devant mes yeux pétillants.

Direction : Arles !

Quel bonheur… Comme à chaque fois que je mets les pieds aux Rencontres Photographiques d’Arles, je le sais, ça va être intense…

Suite de l’article sur  Karine Paoli Hug Me à la NdF Gallery, Arles

 


ARLES - OPENING 'HUG ME!' WITH KARINE PAOLI

ARLES - OPENING 'HUG ME!' WITH KARINE PAOLIYou want to participate register on  SHOOTING HUG ME!

NdF Agency moves to Arles during 'Les Rencontres de la Photographie'

NdF Agency moves to Arles during 'Les Rencontres de la Photographie'

NOUVELLE COLLABORATION AVEC SOSI VARTANESYAN

NOUVELLE COLLABORATION AVEC SOSI VARTANESYAN
Sosi Vartanesyan works exclusively in black and white. All her works are hand printed on fiber based paper and processed archivally. Her latest series, “Après l’Ombre”, are photograms, an old photographic process which existed since the very beginnings of photography. Her work represents a yearning and return to the source: a dismissal of contemporary and digital photographic techniques of image creation and printing.
“Since I love darkroom work and silver printing, which I consider an inseparable part of my photographic creation, I have been going back to “alternative” or primitive processes with the nostalgia of finding the soul of photos of the past. The title of this exhibition “Après l’Ombre” refers to the “shadows” that contemporary photographic techniques have cast on the soul of silver print photography, and the way I have been trying to find the light and my way out of the universe of pixels.
In addition to photograms, my journey includes the use of photographic emulsion that is applied with a brush to various types of surfaces such as art paper and fabrics, instead of traditional fiber based photo paper. This technique renders a special image close to a lithograph or ink painting which is unique since no two can be exactly the same. I have also experimented with a handmade “camera obscura” in my negation of our fast moving society overflowing with zillions of images every day. My work is about taking one’s time and premeditation.”
More info at : www.sosivartanesyan.com

New Collaboration with the photographer Coralie Salaün

New Collaboration with the photographer Coralie Salaün

Coralie Salaün est auteur photographe. Elle est née en 1986 à Lannion. Elle vit et travaille à Rennes.

Elle réalise sa première série “Les réfugiés oniriques” en 2007, en parallèle de ses études en photographie et en partenariat avec l’Imagerie de Lannion. Elle affirme dès lors son goût pour la mise en scène à travers un univers onirique et poétique. En 2009, en résidence à la Villa Perochon à Niort, au côté du photographe finlandais Arno Rafael Minkkinen, elle élabore des costumes et décors pour la série ” La fête des songes”; l’appareil devient le témoin de performances théâtrales. En 2011, elle ajoute une dimension intime et documentaire à son travail à travers la série “Troubleuses” en recevant chaque soir durant 1 mois une femme à dîner, à se livrer et à dormir sur un lieu de résidence.

En 2014, elle entame un projet de 3 années autour de la violence éducative ” Les enfants fichus”; un abécédaire de 26 mises en scène d’enfants à la tombée de la nuit dans des décors inquiétants, accompagnées de petites phrases en rimes. L’écriture y tient une place essentielle. Une vingtaine de personnalités rédigeront des lettres pour ce projet à l’attention des enfants maltraités.

Depuis 2015, elle réalise deux séries en milieu carcérale ” Têtes d’affiches” et “Gueules d’amour”, portée par l’envie de découvrir ce qu’on ne voit pas et d’apprendre, pour briser les fantasmes et dépasser les peurs. Son travail s’affirme comme un moyen de révéler et de sublimer notamment à travers la série “Gueules d’amour”, présentée au festival To Gaether à Paris, dans la Lettre International de Berlin, sur Médiapart et dans l’émission “Regardez voir” de France Inter.

Elle travaille cette année autour d’un nouveau projet ; “Un homme à la mer”, dont une partie est réalisée dans un aquarium.

En parallèle, Coralie Salaun développe depuis 10 années une pédagogie artistique autour de la mise en scène à travers de multiples interventions en milieu scolaire.

Elle est également auteur d’une charte de la bientraitance à l’égard des enfants, soutenue par plusieurs communes et le Parlement Européen.

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New Collaboration with the painter Gilliane Warzée

New Collaboration with the painter Gilliane Warzée

Gilliane Warzée was born on December 19, 1977 in Belgium. She graduated as a nurse in 1999 worked in an emergency department in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Graduated from the Institute of Fine Arts in Arlon, Belgium, where she takes painting classes from September 2006 to June 2009. Gilliane is suddenly passionate about painting at the age of 28. She begins with acrylic, then quickly turns to oil painting, which she appreciates the techniques of work, particularly the use of the knife whose effects and relief can increase the material of his works. Very inspired by the play of colors and their intensity, attracted by the matter and the light, the painting opens to him new perspectives. The main themes are faces and their expressions, wild animals. She is currently producing a series of women portraits, exploring the infinite possibilities of aesthetic and emotional treatment they offer. The knife work and the bright colors she uses convey an energy to her portraits. Site Internet


Agency's artists at Lausanne Art Fair

Agency's artists at Lausanne Art Fair

Exhibition Roman Koenig 5/17 April

Exhibition Roman Koenig 5/17 April

« PHANTASME » Roman Koenig
Opening Thursday 5 avril à 18:30

Exhibition from friday 6 to tuesday 17 avril 2018

Galerie La La Lande – 11 rue Lalande 75014 Paris , France

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EXHIBITION CHRIS CALVET / LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND

EXHIBITION CHRIS CALVET / LAUSANNE, SWITZERLANDBuy on Artsper

New collaboration Natacha Couvelaire Digital Artist

New collaboration Natacha Couvelaire Digital Artist
Natacha Couvelaire’s artwork is inspired by Asia and the Far East, it is deep, powerful and delicate, abounding and subtle, a infinite kaleidoscope in which each one immerses oneself. Everyone can find its inner ballet, an eventual echo to his personal story. Natasha hopes to create emotion, snap you in a captivating initiatory journey. Natacha is a secret artist who should evolve the codes of art. ©NatachaCouvelaireLiss-248X120 – Unique Artwork. 
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ART AND SPORT AUCTION / PARTICIPATION OF OUR ARTISTS

ART AND SPORT AUCTION / PARTICIPATION OF OUR ARTISTS

New Collaboration with the photographer Véronique Loh

New Collaboration with the photographer Véronique Loh

Amateure exploratrice et autodidacte persévérante, je pratique une photographie inspirée par le dessin et la peinture. J’expérimente beaucoup et je m’efforce de créer chaque série autour d’un langage photographique particulier et unique : J’ai transformé le Bowl, un skate park de Marseille, et ses riders en graffitis dans ma série PhotoGRAFFismes, rendue intemporelle une Venise de 2017 dans celle Avant que l’eau des banquises… et je travaille à démultiplier le temps et la lumière dans Lux Temporis. Website


NEW COLLABORATION WITH THE ARTIST CLAIRE SCOFIELD

NEW COLLABORATION WITH THE ARTIST CLAIRE SCOFIELD

Tobacco dryer barns
Since my childhood times I have always loved wooden tobacco dryer barns : high, dark, austere and majestic. When I was told about their utility it was with a bit of a naive disapointment. I don’t know what kind of function I could have assigned to them but I already really loved their shape and design. Those black simple architectural volumes in the green countryside, gave the most powerfull contrast in my visual environment. Ask a child to draw a house, I bet it will be more like a tobacco dryer barn than a Girondine stone building. A tobacco dryer barn, as a child’s drawing has a pointed roof, tall walls, oversized door and a few windows. I find tobacco dryer barn contains the symbolic shape of the house, as the haystack by Monet contains the symbolic shape of the primitive hut. Website


NEW COLLABORATION WITH THE ARTIST PALOMBIT

NEW COLLABORATION WITH THE ARTIST PALOMBITSite under construction

NEW COLLABORATION WITH THE ARTIST CHRIS CALVET

NEW COLLABORATION WITH THE ARTIST CHRIS CALVET
«Sign» 
Signs, as always, are the expression of humanity, with the primary graphic frescoes, sketched in the grottos or on the rocky faces across the deserted plains, reecting the ability of the artist to x his interiority via the essential gesture, and to transcend the emptiness of his existence, calling upon collective imagination. The subjective force and the link that exists between the shape of the model and the calligraphy lines are, according to Chris Calvet, the transcription of such presence on earth, and the unfailing liaison between nature and mankind. It is also a kind of homage to this millennial art, revisited by a young creator, seeking to induce a lively and contemporary style via a novel approach. The images of Chris Calvet are thus timeless and universal, appreciated as much in Europe as in Asia…Website

 


GILLES DE BEAUCHENE PHOTOGRAPHER - NEW SERIE

GILLES DE BEAUCHENE PHOTOGRAPHER - NEW SERIE

 

The Pioneer

How the west was won … Making of (Eva Viallon)

Publiée par Gilles de Beauchêne Fine Art sur mardi 6 février 2018

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Best Wishes for 2018 & New Logo (Creation Edouard Chastenet)

Best Wishes for 2018 & New Logo (Creation Edouard Chastenet)

LAST EXHIBITION OF THE YEAR WITH LO4ART AND DAVID NICOLAS PAREL

LAST EXHIBITION OF THE YEAR WITH LO4ART AND DAVID NICOLAS PAREL

EXHIBITION DECEMBER

EXHIBITION DECEMBER

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NdF Gallery at fotofever 2017

NdF Gallery at fotofever 2017

NEW COLLABORATION / DANIELA ROMAN

NEW COLLABORATION / DANIELA ROMAN

Born in Romania, currently living in Paris. Architect dplg since 1978, she became an artist photographer in 2007. Her work is about people, artists studios, gypsies and slums, urban landscapes an demolition sites. She develops her work on these themes mainly in dark room using old traditional techniques.

Her last series SHE mixes photography and raw materials.

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RECIPROCALS FANTASIES / GILLES DE BEAUCHENE & ELIGRIV TEMPFOLI

RECIPROCALS FANTASIES / GILLES DE BEAUCHENE & ELIGRIV TEMPFOLIOPENING 28 SEPTEMBER

WOPART CATALOG

WOPART CATALOG 

Meet the NdF Gallery and its artists on WOPART, 14-18 September

Meet the NdF Gallery and its artists on WOPART, 14-18 September