• US’15 by

      Patchwork is an American tradition of making blankets or plaids with pieces of cloth recovered from old, worn clothes. It is also the idea of ​​the puzzle that guided the work of formatting this exhibition. My patchwork is a puzzle made of pieces of diverse and disparate realities, unrelated to each other, bits of […]

  • Ajar by

    Ces images n’ont pas de temps, pas de lieux, je les vois comme de purs symboles de ces étranges portes entrouvertes depuis si longtemps… // These images have no time, no place, I see them as pure symbols of these strange ajar doors for so long…

  • Julie, 18 ans : Chauffeur routier / Julie, 18 years old: Truck driver by

    Sur les routes 9h par jours, 5 jours sur 7, Julie est une jeune femme qui navigue dans une profession pleine de testostérone. // On the road 9 hours a day, 5 days a week, Julie is a young woman who evolving inside a profession full of testosterone.

  • La Modification – Projet collaboratif Arnaud De Grave & Arnaud Thurel by

    Arnaud De Grave - La Modification extra

    « La Modification » est une exposition commune de deux membres de BOP. Il s’agit d’une exposition faite pendant un « voyage immobile » : Arnaud De Grave est parti en road-trip en Espagne et au Portugal tandis qu’Arnaud Thurel restait chez lui dans le Grésivaudan. L’un et l’autre correspondaient uniquement par l’entremise de quelques mots, envoyés chaque jour par sms (dans un sens puis dans l’autre) et à partir desquels chacun devait prendre des photographies avec comme contrainte d’en faire un triptyque au demi-format.


Featured
Where do we go, what do we see – 2011
Sep 18, 2011

As a young boy, I always wanted to know where the roads around my home were going. What was the best way to go from one point to another? What road was supposed to be closed but you could eventually use it in some specific spots? And so on… Then it made me feel “home” […]

The bridge
Faces of Eastern India
Jul 3, 2011

If we (“we” being: Chris aka Yub and Hern42 aka Arnaud) are able to present this exhibition about India it is because of some sort of an accident. Our original plan was to visit and shoot in Bangladesh via contacts in an NGO working on site, therefore getting to interesting and remote areas. It was […]

India - Kolkata
Events
Présentation de la revue Photo Analogies à la librairie Torcatis à Perpignan / samedi 3 février 2018
Jan 31, 2018

Samedi 3 février à 11h nous présenterons les activités de BOP et notamment la génèse et les concepts derrière la revue Photo Analogies. Cette rencontre sera animée par Nicolas Caudeville du site L’ARCHIPEL CONTRE ATTAQUE.

« La Modification » – Exhibition – opening on 2nd of May.
Apr 29, 2016

« La Modification », exhibition by Arnaud Thurel & Arnaud De Grave. May 2nd to June 6th, La Bobine, (10h/15h – 18h/01h) , 42 Boulevard Clémenceau, 38000 Grenoble.
— – Opening on May the 2nd, 19:00 —


Photo Analogies #3 is out !

156 high quality pages with a large feature on Madagascar with Pierrot Men, Rijasolo, Chris Huby, Arnaud De Grave. S.O.S. Méditerranée by Edouard Elias. Interviews of Christian Sauvan-Magnet (Le Pictorium Agency), and Bernard Plossu in Scotland (2013) ...

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BOP Photography Collective - News
“Ajar” – exposition invitée // guest exhibition – Mikaël André
Mar 14, 2018

Mickaël André nous propose un extrait de son travail “Ajar” en exposition invitée… // Mickaël André’s Ajar is presented as a guest exhibition.

Me and my truck – exposition de notre nouveau membre : Kenia Sadoun / exhibition by our new photographer
Feb 18, 2018

We are proud to announce the first exhibition of Kenia Sadoun, our new photographer. “Me and my truck” is a series of intimate photographs in the life of a young female truck driver. // Nous sommes fiers d’annoncer la premiere exposition de Kenia Sadoun, notre nouveau membre BOP. “Me and my truck” est une série intime de photographie couleurs dans le quotidien d’une jeune conductrice de poids lourds.


About Bop

BOP name originated in French, it could be translated as: “wave and particle craft”.
BOP is an association whose goal is to promote film photography. It offers each member virtual space for their online portfolio and also aims at organizing collective paper exhibitions and publishing booklets. All BOP members are passionate photographers who aim at achieving high standards for each picture together with artistic coherency in their exhibitions.

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