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European Heritage Days: Exocet

For the 32nd edition of the European Heritage Days (32e édition des Journées Européennes du Patrimoine) the Maison de l´Argentine launched a special edition of its magazine Revue Ensemble, dedicated to Read more…

Readings and images for the “rentrée”

It is the “rentrée” or “the end of summer”, so I am sharing here a short list of good readings for this time of the year, while you still have Read more…

Paris Book Fair for Radio France International

I am posting this just now, but on March this year, Brazil was the Guest of Honour of the Paris Book Fair, an annual event that attracs around 200.000 visitors and Read more…

A text from journalist Roberto Herrscher about the Unexpected Photo Essay

The Unexpected Photo Essay on Cortazar mentionned in Roberto Herrscher's blog, El Boomerang

Journalist Roberto Herrscher recently received one of the books of the Unexpected Photo Essay on Cortázar, his readers and Paris. He was very kind and wrote a nice review of Read more…

Kehinde Wiley in Brooklyn

Early this year, in March, I travelled to New York to open an exhibition of my “Unexpected Photo Essay on Cortázar, his readers and Paris“. The opening and the media Read more…

The Indie Photobook Library

More and more photographers are publishing themselves their own books. I, for instance, made my own book for the “Unexpected Photo Essay on Cortázar, his readers and Paris“. One of the Read more…

On ISO 400, a Podcast by The Phoblographer

After being interviewed for their website (you can read the article here) the fellows at The Phoblographer invited me for a long video interview for their new series, the podcast Read more…

Sin Etiquetas, journalism and diversity in Latin America

Today, May 17th, is the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, so I take this as an excuse to tell you about a Sin Etiquetas. In November 2014 a new Read more…

On The Phoblographer

Early in February this year I had the opportunity to talk to Julius Constantine Motal, a photographer and journalist for New York based photography site The Phoblographer, founded by Chris Read more…

Paris Street Art for Radio France International

The Rue Dénoyez in the Belleville area of Paris, is well known for its graffiti art. A non stop process of gentrification is putting this street art at risk. Here are Read more…