Archive for the ‘In the show’ Category

Sad news from JPG magazine

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

From Derek Powazek’s blog:

Unfortunately, issue 10 will be the last one that Heather and I will have a hand in. We are no longer working for JPG Magazine or 8020 Publishing.

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Pictures from the show

Saturday, May 12, 2007

Building

(image courtesy Andre Gunthert)

Andre Gunthert, a french art historian, director of the French scholarly publication “Etudes Photographiques” who was part of the advisory team for the show and part of the panel / roundtable on April 29th has posted a Flickr set of pictures from the show.

Noah Kalina. Everyday. For sale.

Friday, May 4, 2007

Noah Kalina
Noah Kalina is selling prints from his ‘everyday’ project.

A conversation with Fred Ritchin

Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Fred Ritchin, whose resume includes being a photo editor at the New York Times, co-autoring Salgado’s Uncertain Grace and authoring In Our Own Image – the coming revolution in photography, a book about the challenges of digital photography which was in print for 15 years, as director of PixelPress, a groundbreaking essay on Bosnia with Gilles Peress, and who is currently teaching at NYU gave a talk about digital photography and his upcoming projects.

The first few seconds are clipped, and we’ll put a video sometime next week as Fred was showing pictures.

In the meantime, you can listen to it here.

N.B : Pour les francophones, la discussion est traduite.

A discussion with Martin Parr

Wednesday, May 2, 2007

martin parr

Martin Parr, author of, among others, “Boring Postcards” and “Bliss : Postcards of Couples and Families” explains in his conference how your family photography is form of propaganda, his opinion on technique, what his new agenda is, the demise of Corbis and Getty at the hands of Flickr and what the best new business model for successful photography is. And how dreadful, cliche’ed and boring a lot of amateur photography is.

you can download it here.

Sascha Pohflepp: My Flickr schizophrenia

Saturday, March 17, 2007

In a recent post on his blog entitled My Flickr schizophrenia, Sascha Pohflepp talks more about Flickr and other topics from the conference.

Discussion with Erik Kessels

Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Erik Kessels conference.

We’ve just put a discussion where Erik Kessels, who, among many other things, publishes the Useful Photography books .

You can listen to it here.

N.B : The discussion is introduced in French, and everyone switches to English after about a minute.

Video from the JPG Mag / We Make Money Not Art / Plugimi.com roundtable / debate

Wednesday, February 28, 2007

The discussion / debate from February 10th, 2006

From left to right :

Radu Stern, Head of Educational Programs, Musée de l’Elysée

Derek Powazek, JPG magazine, San Francisco;

Régine Debatty, we-make-money-not-art.com, Berlin/Torino;

Sascha Pohflepp, artist and contributor to we-make-money-not-art.com, Berlin;

Matthias Bruggmann, photographer, member of the exhibition’s curatorial team;

The first 20 seconds are in French, and then everything switches to English.

A video…

Saturday, February 17, 2007

Here’s a video of the opening and the launch of the Flux installation (the one where you can submit your images).

Voici une video du vernissage, et du lancement du Flux (l’installation à laquelle vous pouvez envoyer vos images).

A gallery of images

Monday, February 12, 2007

Swiss newspaper Le Temps has gallery of pictures that are in the show. You can look at it here. It features work from the fine readers / contributors of JPG magazine, as well as from Martin Parr and the Keystone press agency.

The asteroid that wasn’t there…

Monday, February 5, 2007

This is a series of 16 photographs of a region of the sky, taken by an amateur astronomer, on which an asteroid which should be on a collision course with the earth does not appear, proving that there is no asteroid on a collision course with the earth. On the theoretical level, proof by absence isn’t really common in photography – you’d traditionally use photography to prove that something WAS there, not that something WASN’T there.

A complete story of the incident, which almost prompted a phone call to the White House, is available here.

(images (c) Brian D. Warner / Palmer Divide Observatory)

2004 AS1

JPG magazine

Saturday, February 3, 2007

JPG magazine

JPG is ‘the magazine of brave new photography’ – a printed magazine available in stores, and an online community. Unlike traditional magazines, JPG is created by its readers: anyone can contribute their photographs and vote on their favorites. The best are printed in the next issue.

We’ll be showing a bunch of work from JPG magazine: there will be 20 prints of the ‘most favorited’ images, i.e. the JPG community’s most appreciated images.

www.jpgmag.com

We strongly suggest you read the ‘letter from the editors‘ (euphemism for ‘manifesto’).

Co-creator and editor Derek Powazek will be there for the opening and will participate in the round-table with sascha and régine.

Sascha Pohflepp: Buttons

Saturday, February 3, 2007

Buttons

Berlin based artist Sascha Pohflepp has an interesting project called ‘Buttons‘. We call it ‘the camera that takes other people’s pictures’.

Be sure to check out the video.

Blinks & Buttons: http://www.blinksandbuttons.net/
Sascha Pohflepp: http://www.pohflepp.com/, and his blog.

Sascha will also be participating in the round-table on Saturday the 10th of February, with his co-we-make-money-not-art‘er Régine Debatty, and Derek Powazek from JPG magazine