Archive | October, 2014

Julien Hairault – Valence

22 Oct

I’m a French photographer based in Valence, a small and quiet city in the south-east of France. My work deals with the tracks and signs we leave along our streets and roads to communicate, inform, entertain and direct ourselves. Everywhere I go in my country, I carry around my medium-format camera and Kodak Portra films, avoiding to take pictures of people and touristic places.

http://julienhairault.tumblr.com

Delphine

15 Oct

I am a photographer. I live in Paris, France. Actually the place where i shot does not matter that much. No matter where i go, i always find myself photographing the same walls, sidewalks and other doors. I never felt the need to have people in my pictures, as what seems lifeless is, for me, on the contrary, very alive. I love minimalism and even a form of poetry of emptiness in my pictures. I am actually searching for an harmony in my photographs that i don’t find in life which is often too violent for me. As well as i do perfectly control and understand the process of doing interior photography (my work) I do not understand the process of how i do my personal pictures. I have rather the feeling that i am receiving the picture rather than really doing it myself in a very conscious and controlled way. So i keep on doing pictures until magic happens from time to time. Delphine Quême

https://www.flickr.com/photos/delphinequeme/

Guy Ducharme – Accidental artworks

8 Oct

When I walk in the streets of Quebec city, I sometimes notice the unusual presence of objects placed on a sidewalk, in a backyard or along an industrial building. Isolated by photography, these detritus take another meaning and can be seen as accidental artworks made and placed in the city by anonymous artists.

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