Entries from June 2015

New exhibition: Life and faces of the Alaotra lake, Madagascar by Arnaud De Grave

Madagascar - AlaReLa project 01

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.

Interview by TéléGrenoble – Photo Analogies #2

Nous avons ete interviewe par G l’info, le magazine d’information de TeleGrenoble a l’occasion de la sortie de Photo Analogies We have been interviewed by G l’info the new program of TeleGrenoble (http://www.telegrenoble.net/) for the release of Photo Analogies #2.  

Life and faces of the Alaotra lake, Madagascar

Madagascar - AlaReLa project 01

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.

June 13th, 2015
in Exhibitions · Reportage

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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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