” Maidan to Donbass ” tells of the events that shook the Ukraine from the end of 2013 through May 2014. During these six months, Guillaume Herbaut made a dozen or so trips for various French newspapers, ranging from Paris Match to Figaro Magazine, as well as Le Monde, Télérama, and Libération. His first trip, [...]
Traces of past events can be imperceptible to the eye. Nagasaki, a dynamic and ultra-modern city, was built on its own ashes.By Anabet edition.
“I fear rain... That is Chernobyl. I fear snow...and the forest. It is not an abstraction, or a deduction, but a feeling from deep in myself. Chernobyl is in my home...” By Le Petit Camarguais Edition. Kodak Critics Prize in 2001 and Fuji Book Prize in 2004
by Democratic Books / Jean Di Sciullo, engaged art books. Group retrospective book published after Oeil Public agency closed down in january 2010.
The Biography of a philanthropist. "In this documentary work, we discover a truly extraordinary personage. A well-known specialist in the field of comparative religion, Odon Vallet decided to use his entire inheritance to create the eponymous Vallet Foundation. By Democratic Books
by Textuel publisher. Out with the major exhibition "Dignity" of Amnesty International France with Oeil Public photographers.
This second and last issue of OE, through six photographic porfolios and four "cartes blanches" offered proposes an approach regarding violence in all its forms.
April 21st, 2002 : a political shock no one really saw coming. French people suddenly had to wonder about what just happened. The Far Right had raised itself at its highest political success level ever : were there any signs we had overlooked ? Oeil Public revue
10 curators. 10 Photographers. The Silverstein Photography Annual provides a platform for new voices in photography as well for the efforts and foresight of respected curators from around the world.