The AlaReLa (Alaotra Resilience Landscape) Madagascar project started in November 2013, with a project life of three years. One of the objectives is to understand the complex human-environmental system of the Alaotra. The project consists of three phases: understanding, exploring, communicating, with the latter ongoing, from inception to end of the project, and beyond. […] In the following we present some of the photography taken during the first session of the photographer in the Alaotra. Lucienne Wilmé provided the caption text from a researcher’s perspective, Patrick Waeber drafted this Introduction and Ihoby Randriamalala translated it into Malagasy.
The Tokyo Subway is immense. Ignoring all the train lines, suburban links, etc. it is over 300km. Everything about it is dizzying, the scale, complexity, signage. You can travel for hours (without purpose…) and never get bored. It’s easy to focus on the overwhelming crush of humanity that makes use of this system, but the system itself is equally worthy of attention. Despite Tokyo’s image as a “future metropolis” much of the system is showing it’s age. Where the old and new meet it can be jarring: changing from an old to a new line can mean going from aging yellow tile, to sleek white panelling.
“Underwater logging in Panama” is a work that took Arnaud De Grave almost all 2013 to complete. A first shooting session of about 15 days in March to get the first batch of pictures, then another session in October to set up the resulting exhibition (at the Alliance Française du Panama) and shoot some more pictures. Here is presented this exhibition.
“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…
Notre magazine « Photo Analogies #2» sera disponible à la librairie officielle du festival Visa pour l’image.
Our magazine « Photo analogies #2 », will be available at Visa pour l’Image. You can find it at the officlal bookstore.
On September, 7th 2012 : the second collective exhibition of BOP, named “Timeline, portraits of our memories” took place at Fort Barraux, near Chambery, France during the 3rd 2012 exhibition of Artis association (BOP being presented as guest). This second collective exhibition will gather five members of BOP: Jean-François Boujut, Arnaud De Grave, Chris Huby, Barthélémy Longueville et […]
We are pleased to invite you for the release party of our magazine Photo Analogies in Grenoble, Thursday march the 12th in Grenoble.
Nous sommes heureux de vous convier à la soirée de lancement de notre magazine Photo Analogies à Grenoble le 12 Mars à 19h à à “L’aiguillage”, salle d’expo de LA BIFURK, 2 rue Gustave Flaubert
“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 avait exposé son travail sur les nouvelles routes du Sida en Birmanie lors d’une exposition à Paris en Octobre 2013 (cf cette news). Ce sujet important peut maintenant être lu sur le site de Vice (version France) et bénéficie d’une place bien méritée. Pour lire l’article, suivez ce lien vers le site de […]
Arnaud’s work around the Alaotra lake have the great merit to show locals from the inside. He depicts their vast diversity, placing them in the precariousness, the resourcefulness and the fragility of their existence.