Antoine d’Agata, Atlas – The Eye of Photography

Atlas brings together Antoine d’Agata’s most recent work. The exhibition is conceived as an integral part of a cinematographic and artistic project begun in 2013 with the release of the film Atlas. An installation, White Noise, based on the film, is currently on view at Labanque as part of the exhibition Dépenses (curated by Léa Bismuth). This project has also given rise to an eponymous book publication, forthcoming from Éditions Textuel in October.

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At the borders of Europe, migrants try to force their way into this impenetrable citadel. Migrants, a generic name for lives that are nonetheless distinct. Through photography and video, Antoine d’Agata distances himself from a sensational or dramatic approach. He gets right up close to the experience and the odyssey of these men and women. Their everyday lives consist of vagabond journeyings along roads, nights sheltered in makeshift tents, waiting for possible entry into port areas... However, the photographer is aware of the limitations of images, and adds words to them, just to be sure.

Magnum On Georgia, For Georgia

This month Magnum Photos releases Georgian Spring: A Magnum Journal, a group project for which ten photographers—Thomas Dworzak, Martine Franck, Mark Power, Alex Majoli, Martin Parr, Alec Soth, Jonas Bendiksen, Antoine D’Agata, Gueorgui Pinkhassov and Paolo Pellegrin—traveled to the Eastern European country to document the contemporary culture and national identity. The book is curated and published by Chris Boot, a former Magnum director in London.

Congrats to New Magnum Members – PDNPulse

We’ve heard the names of the new Magnum Photos members who were elected at the cooperative’s meeting in Paris last week:

Jonas Bendiksen, Antoine D’Agata and Alec Soth have been elected full members.

Olivia Arthur and Peter Van Agtmael are new Magnum nominees.

Check it out here.