Exhibitions ( 66 )


February 24th, 2018 by in in Exhibitions · Guests

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

February 17th, 2018 by in in Exhibitions · Humanistic Views

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.

Arnaud De Grave - La Modification extra

La Modification – Projet collaboratif Arnaud De Grave & Arnaud Thurel

March 14th, 2017 by in in Exhibitions · Experiments

« 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.

“The Commons” The Extreme Builders

January 15th, 2017 by in in Exhibitions · Humanistic Views

This selection is part of a work I started a long time ago about men at work.  I took these pictures along one day I spend in this house close to my home in a small village nearby Grenoble. This is an experimental and radical experience on the rehabilitation of a house in a fully […]

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Life and faces of the Alaotra lake, Madagascar

June 13th, 2015 by in in Exhibitions · Reportage

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.

Reflections on Tokyo Subways

April 21st, 2015 by in in Exhibitions · Experiments

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.

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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