“What I didn’t see in Japan” is – as usual in my photowork – a photographic tentative for the scrutator to get inside the mood I felt when walking around a small town for some few days recently…
Benoit Capponi is Arnaud Thurel’s guest. His long-term work about World War I is showed in a BOP-exclusive exhibition. It relates to the deep research work Capponi has done based on some letters from the “poilus” ( French World War I infantryman, literally: “hairy one”.) and topographic studies of war field. This certainly is an impressive piece of work.
… This set which is not really a set provides, by an large, a glimpse of what my humble self has been stacking up over the years. Not wanting to have to put photography on hold due to a temporary lack of funds, I began to soup my films in instant coffee a while ago and have been addicted to Caffenol ever since…
The shaman starts the ceremony by some prayers, these have a soft and mysterious tone. The main room of the house is filled with his deep and low voice for twenty minutes. When silence is back, he unrolls a thin cotton rope and deploy it from his hands to the hands of the soon to be married couple and their two witnesses. Once the five of them are linked, an additional thin rope is installed between the two heads of the couple; the ceremony can begin.
We have the pleasure to announce that our new publication, “BOP Photo Analogies” is now out of the press!
“Lost Places 2″, exhibition that is taking place from 7th to 18th of february 2013, in Espace Paul Jargot in Crolles city, France
Chris Huby has been working a lot in Syria and other such nasty places for the past 2 or 3 years. His work has been showcased in numerous places (and some more will be presented in the soon to come second issue of our own magazine Photo Analogies). One can have a look at one […]
Arnaud Thurel was working to help a theatre company with their visuals for their website and press releases… Not only Arnaud’s pictures are very original and (as always) nice but the whole concept is interesting. One should check the group’s website, their name is Pince sans rire (which very badly translate to “dry humour” and […]
C’est un Japon assez insolite que nous propose Arnaud Thurel. On y trouve des paysages urbains quasiment dénués d’êtres vivants où les marqueurs typiques du Japon sont absent. On s’éloigne de l’image que l’on se fait de ce pays pour se plonger dans ce qui fait en partie la ville moderne. Arnaud Thurel nous montre […]