BOP Photography Collective – News ( 53 )

Sunlanders – book by Sean Lotman

Sean Lotman has published his new book, Sunlanders, which is available for pre-order with free shipping from Bemojake Bookstore. At BOP we love Sean’s work, his photographs will bring you in a distorted reality, with fascinating colors. They are memories from a parallel journey. Each photograph is hand printed in the darkroom and guys at Bemojake have reproduce with dedication the quality of Sean’s work.

Opening “Vision du sud-est Cameroun” by Arnaud De Grave @ Perpignan / Visa pour l’Image

We are very proud to announce that Arnaud De Grave (BOP founder and member of Le Pictorium Agency) is going to exhibit his work about south east Cameroun in Perpignan (Visa pour l’Image).

Opening is on the 1st of Sept !

Bassin du Congo : Arnaud De Grave à la conférence ATBC

Ethnophotography of Sciences: using photography to foster transdisciplinarity in the forest landscapes of Cameroon. The purpose of the CoForTips project is to promote better management of the forests of the Congo Basin, by fostering dialogue between stakeholders

New BOP Member – Edouard Elias

Leica M6, summicron ASPH 28mm 2.0

Bienvenue à Edouard Elias, nouveau membre de BOP… // Welcome to Edouard Elias in BOP…

BOP meets Bernard Plossu and friends // BOP rencontre Bernard Plossu et sa bande d’ami(e)s

Bernard Plossu, BOP and friends, Vercors

When BOP meets Bernard Plossu and his friends in the heart of Vercors (France) for a hike and much more…

Chris Huby sur le site de Vice France pour son reportage sur le Sida en Birmanie

Chris Huby @ Vice

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 […]

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.

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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