Magazine – Cinémascope by Stéphane Guillaume

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July 2017
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Stéphane Guillaume (France)

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Every photograph is a fiction that claims to be true

(Fontcuberta, The Kiss of Judas – Photographs and Truth, Arles Actes Sud, 2005)

My work shows contemplative spaces that create a fictional reservoir. Human interventions, geographical signatures and architectural perturbations all produce their own peculiarities. The banality, absent of humanity, creates a diffuse tension that summons the strange.

 

STÉPHANE GUILLAUME

After studies in art school that led me to teaching, I have abandoned all artistic practice. In 2013, the digital revolution in photography prompted me to reconnect with a photographic practice combining film shot and digitization work. My first photographic research will be done during a trip to Portugal. Then to develop different projects. I took part in my first collective exhibition in March 2017, where I presented the series Décorum. Now I work on several series of which I present: Cinemascope.

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Magazine #3

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Things We Should Sea
July 2017
70 photographs
100 pages

Featuring
José De Almeida (Portugal)
Domina Apostolidou (Greece)
Baptiste de Ville d’Avray (France)
Linda Brownlee (Ireland)
Andy Feltham (England)
Markus Henttonen (Finland)
Douglas Ljungkvist (United States of America)
Marc Llach (Spain)
Ákos Major (Hungary)
Pauliana Valente Pimentel (Portugal)
Gabriele Rossi (Italy)
William Rugen (United States of America)

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Magazine – Night Time Stories by Markus Henttonen

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June 2017
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Markus Henttonen (Finland)

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PHOTOS FROM A METROPOLIS OF WISTFUL PEOPLE

Night has come to the city. The sun has just set, there’s still a blue glow in the sky. It’s hot; red curtains billow in the breeze through the open window. Only one flat in the opposite building has the lights on. You can see a man in a red shirt doing something in the kitchen. Man with a Red Shirt is the quintessence of Markus Henttonen’s series “Night Time Stories” – little people in the great nocturnal city where even the everyday is like a film.

Night levels a complex city into a dark surface replete with visually fascinating details and human stories. Photos of night shift, washing clothes in the launderette, working long days, being lonely, meeting friends. Henttonen presents townspeople in their private moments when they appear to be lost in thought, or perhaps tired from their shift or with a broken heart.

Essential to “Night Time Stories” is that the main role is not played by the city itself. Henttonen’s cityscapes are not quintessentially photos of New York, Berlin or Rio, but scenes from a metropolis that remains virtually anonymous. In Henttonen’s opinion recognizing the actual place and emphasizing its nature removes attention from what’s essential. In “Nightscape” images from different parts of the world, the huge clusters of skyscrapers rising into the darkness confuse and force one to think about what is going on in all those hundreds of apartments and offices.

“Night Time Stories” are characterized by a deep, penetrating melancholy that is more a wistful sadness than an oppressive tragedy. The moods are lingering and static, like film sets. “Night Time Stories” are strongly narrative in character. Most of them are built round a specific place and the people and events in it. The ultimate narrative is largely left for the viewer, as Henttonen only makes suggestions.

Even though what’s happening in front of the camera is not perhaps completely true in the photo, there is no doubt about the feelings it conveys.

Kaisa Viljanen
Original full text appeared in Markus Henttonen’s book Lonely But Not Alone (Musta Taide, Finland, 2011)

 

MARKUS HENTTONEN

The photography of Markus Henttonen is storytelling, cinematic and poetic. His timeless and beautiful images of landscape and people have a special atmosphere and lingering moods. Markus has a prominent style that is at the same time sensual and honest with a tiny hint of melancholy underneath.

Barcelona is the city where Markus´ artistic career really started. After graduating from Turku Arts Academy in Finland he moved to the city and finished his first personal art project «Paral-lel City», which was published as a book and exhibition in 2004.

Since then he has shared his time between art and commercial photography working with numerous editorial and commercial clients and having his works shown in over 100 solo- and group exhibitions throughout Europe.

Markus has released 3 monographs, most recent «Twisted Tales – Road to Hope» worldwide via Hatje Cantz. Lately his works have been exhibited in major International group shows alongside renowned artists such as David LaChapelle, Pierre & Gilles, Mitch Epstein and Robert Polidori.

Markus currently lives and works between Berlin, Barcelona and his native country Finland.

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Magazine – Green Street by Mitch Karunaratne

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May 2017
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The small Norwegian monotown of Ålvick, 2 hours to the East of Bergen, holds many stories. It is a ‘company town’, with a rich industrial heritage, having been the home to heavy industry since the harnessing of hydroelectric power in the region in 1905.

Houses here were located, designed and painted according to status – Green Street and Yellow Street, housed 4 families of workers in one house and nestle at the top of the mountain side, where air quality would have been poorest. The same sized houses on Red Street housed families of clerks, 2 families per house. At the base of the mountain, with the best air quality and largest properties, the detached houses are painted white and were reserved for managers and foremen only.

The industrial community changed this small farming community dramatically in the early 20th Century. The power plants and associated industries have come and left, but the town has remained largely unchanged.

Exploring the importance of place in our cultural make up, how place holds histories, tells tales and shapes socio economic realities is explored through Green Street.

 

MITCH KARUNARATNE

Mitch Karunaratne is attracted to places that hold stories in the land, where the land shapes and helps give us a sense of identity and belonging. She received a MA in Photography from University of Brighton in 2012. She has exhibited widely both in the UK and abroad, most recently in Norway and Italy. She is a founding member of the MAP6 collective – travelling and creating collaborative projects with the group.

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Magazine #2

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Twelve Landscape Short Stories
May 2017
71 photographs
100 pages

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Ricardo Dominguez Alcaraz (Spain)
José De Almeida (Portugal)
Benoît Chailleux (France)
Andy Feltham (England)
Gianfranco Gallucci (Italy)
Isa Gelb (France)
Markus Henttonen (Finland)
Markus Lehr (Germany)
Jeff Rich (United States of America)
Thieu Riemen (The Netherlands)
Gaëtan Rossier (Switzerland)
Junya Suzuki (Japan)

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Magazine – Promise by Thieu Riemen

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April 2017
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Thieu Riemen (The Netherlands)

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PROMISE

The bareness of ground and trees is a promise of blossom and the good life.

This series shows diverse nurseries and orchards in The Netherlands. Riemen’s images, which are captured during the winter and springtime of 2015-2017, explore the remarkable horticultural use of the land. The photographer is fascinated by the strikingly artificial layout of the plots which has been formed by commercial and other practical objectives. In many images we see straight lines of trees with the bareness of the ground and branches as evocative elements. In wintertime when there isn’t much work to be done and most birds are quiet, often an invigorating tranquility hangs in the air. Thieu Riemen greatly enjoys this time of year, when wandering about the abandoned orchards and nurseries, is a great way of being in the world. Despite the calm desolation of the plots of land, the photographs are in some way full of the promise of blossom, promise of fruit, promise of growth, full of the promise of the good life.

 

THIEU RIEMEN

Thieu Riemen (b. 1958) is a fine-art photographer and teacher who lives in Tilburg in the south of The Netherlands. Originally he was educated as a painter at Academie voor Beeldende Vorming Tilburg (Academy of Visual Arts) and art historian at Leiden University. Photography was continuously a part of his visual artwork and profession. About eight years ago, the rise of digital photography gavea fresh new boost to his landscape photography.

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Magazine – Reno by Gaëtan Rossier

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March 2017
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Gaëtan Rossier (Switzerland)

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RENO

Drive all the way to Reno on the wrong side of the road

Wrong Side of the Road, Blue Valentine (Tom Waits, 1978)

Let’s face it, Reno, Nevada, rarely ranks, or even registers a blip, on most travelers’ radars. Indeed, parts of the city still do seem the sort of place where someone might shoot a man, just to watch him die. The cultural climate also remains mostly conservative, but with a libertarian (and practical) bent that allows for gambling in smoky giant casinos or hiding in the shade of a seedy bar.

I have listened to Tom Waits a lot. In August 2016, I rented a car and drove on the right side of the road to Reno. I took some photographs and I liked it.

 

GAËTAN ROSSIER

Gaëtan Rossier (born 1975) is a Swiss photographer. He studied law at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) and works as a lawyer in the administration (labor law).

Gaëtan Rossier is known for his images of banal scenes and objects in different countries (United States, France, Spain, Switzerland, etc…) and for his use of color in photography. Gaëtan Rossier was interested in photography from an early age. Self-taught, he received an Kodak Instamtic at age six. He began to use a 35mm camera ten years later and made his first color photographs. Gaëtan Rossier photography is rooted in the tradition of William Eggleston, Alec Soth and Stephen Shore. Gaëtan, an avid traveler, spent five years working his way down the American North West and documenting the places and people he saw with film cameras and various gears. Rossier’s photography has been exhibited on a collective exhibition in Lyon (France), “Kiss & Fly”. He has also been published in various collective projects.

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Magazine #1

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Drive Me Baby
March 2017
71 photographs
100 pages

Featuring
Guillaume Abgrall (France)
José De Almeida (Portugal)
Xavier Aragonès (Spain)
Benoît Chailleux (France)
Isa Gelb (France)
Stéphane Goin (France)
Markus Henttonen (Finland)
Dara McGrath (Ireland)
Alex Muriana (Spain)
Gaëtan Rossier (Switzerland)
Sinziana Velicescu (United States of America)
Cyrille Weiner (France)

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