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Nous vous invitons au vernissage de l’exposition de la seconde résidence de photojournaliste du CIP encadrée par JC Milhet, “Frontière”. […]

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Exhibition Stephen Shames

American photographer Stephen Shames, presents for the first time in Europe an exhibition of original prints and Archival Documents, showing his work on the American society of the 1960-1970’s. His photographs, from the daily gangs of the Bronx, to the radical movement of emancipation “Black Panthers”, go beyond the simple documentary illustration of a period. […]

Lecture by Gerd Ludwig

Gerd Ludwig who is in our data base will give a lecture thursday, October 26, 2017: 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM at Javits Convention Center, New York City. He will share a wide range of strobe uses, from utilizing strobes at high-speed sync in broad daylight to enhancing extreme long exposures at night by firing […]

Exchange 

of views

Patrick

Baz

Louis

Witter

Every month, we ask a veteran photojournalist to review a portfolio submitted by a beginner. In return, the young professional reviews some of the images that the 'veteran' took at the same age. This month, long-time AFP Lebanese war photographer Patrick Baz and freelance French photojournalist Louis Witter exchange feedback on their photographs.

Exhibition

Exhibition

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Borders

Exhibition "Borders" of second photojournalist residency.
From January 30th to March 31 2018
Free. Open everyday from 11am to 17:30pm
Venue : Centre International du Photojournalisme
Couvent des Minimes
24 rue François Rabelais
Perpignan

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Visa pour l'Image is the premier International Festival of photojournalism. It takes place in Perpignan, in southern France, every year during two weeks at the end of August and/or the beginning of September.