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November: The month of photography in Paris
From 01 November 2014 to 30 November 2014
The month of photography returns to Paris in November 2014 for its 20th edition with three main themes: Mediterranean photography, Anonymous and famous amateurs and at the heart of intimacy.
The month of photography returns to Paris in November 2014 for its 20th edition. Three themes are identified in this 2014 edition: Mediterranean photography, Anonymous and famous amateurs and at the heart of intimacy.
Under the artistic direction of Giovanna Calvenzi and Laura Serani, Mediterranean daily life, its beauty, and also geopolitical issues photography such as the Greek crisis and the history of French coast are among the topics discussed by some thirty-five exhibitions. Among these there is, for example, The holiday Monsieur Le Corbusier Lucien Hervé, exhibited at the Fondation Le Corbusier, Alberto Garcia-Alix at the European House of Photography, Isabel Muñoz with Mare Piedra in Instituto Cervantes... and many others.
Anonymous and famous amateurs
Anonymous and amateurs are the ones who produce the largest number of photographs. Thus a lengthy investigation was made into photographic backgrounds ranging from the birth of the media until today, through the First World War, the Liberation, photos family, photos posted on social networks etc. From this huge mass of images, we sometimes see the emergence of a talent, a great future name of photography ...
At the heart of intimacy
In a world where social networks are full of photographs of both self-centered and devoid of modesty and the private sphere is gradually dissolved, it has become challenging to protect our intimacy and secret beauty. It seemed important to the organizers of the Month Photo to reconsider the definition of privacy and its treatment in photography. Thirty photographers were selected by Jean-Louis Pinte. Among them there'll be the exhibition "From Black and White to Color" by William Eggleston at the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson.