Photo Blog by the Antimuseum in Paris


Antimuseum photo blog

This photo blog is about Yann Gourvennec's random musings about photography, watercolours, his surroundings, life, philosophy and planet Earth

August 2, 2023

An Afternoon With Vincent Van Gogh

Here is an account of a lovely sunny afternoon in the country, at Auvers-sur-Oise, where Vincent Van Gogh lived and eventually, took his own...

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Dutch Angle in Brussels
July 20, 2023

Dutch angle and Dutch tulips

I love the odd Dutch Angle in my photos. It’s a different way of framing pictures and brings a bit of change compared to...

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July 5, 2023

What Animal Are You?

What Animal Are You? Have you ever been asked, ‘What kind of animal would you be? Animals are everywhere, different species, shapes and colors....

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AI on photography
July 4, 2023

The Effect of AI on Photography (and Beyond)

Will AI take over photography? Photography has been around for more than a century, the creativity and technicality are what keeps photographers in business....

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June 29, 2023

How does Tilt Shift Work? The Miniature Effect

What is Tilt Shift Photography Tilt shift is a photography technique used to manipulate the subject of a photo and make it look toy-like...

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June 27, 2023

Reflection on the Reflecting

Reflections A reflection, not in the metaphorical sense but in the physical sense, is a return of light waves from a surface that produces...

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June 27, 2023

Opportunity, Transition, or Imprisonment?

Knock-Knock Opportunity, transitions, or imprisonment? Doors, first seen in Egypt in tombs in 300 B.C., thought to be an entrance to the afterlife. Doors...

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June 27, 2023

Chinese New Year Pageant

Chinese New Year Pageant Each year, the Chinese New Year Pageant is even more beautiful than the year before. These photos from 2015 and...

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The Antimuseum in Paris is Yann Gourvennec’s photo blog. It was created nearly 20 years ago as it started as a repository for his watercolours. Photography came a bit later even though Yann has practiced photography for as long as he can remember.

Why a photo blog?

This photo blog is a means for Yann to show his work as well as provide explanations on the various shots he has decided to share with you here. Wherever possible he adds historical and explanatory notes about the places and people that are depicted in theses stories. 

You can catch a glimpse of his work as a professional portrait photographer on the photo studio page. The studio is located in the 15th district of Paris, France.