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

June 5, 2023

Lockdown Letters

Lockdown Diaries From 2020, right at the beginning of the lockdown: stores were closed, streets were empty, masks were everywhere, and people were nowhere....

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June 3, 2023

Life Before the Lockdown

Life Before the Lockdown March 2020, the month the world stopped. The Coronavirus pandemic, a major event, affecting everyone and everything. Life before the...

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May 31, 2023

She Dances Alone – Casa de Argentina en Paris

Casa de Argentina en Paris is the pavilion of the Argentine Republic at Cité Universitaire, the international varsity campus of Paris. One day, as...

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La Sagrada Familia
May 30, 2023

Is La Sagrada Familia Finished?

What is La Sagrada Familia? La Sagrada Familia is a Roman Catholic Temple in Barcelona by the design of architect Francisco de Paula del...

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May 26, 2023

The Eiffel Tower (The Nits – Les Nuits / 2005)

The Eiffel Tower (The Nits – Les Nuits / 2005) The Nits is a Dutch pop band I dote on very much. My favourite...

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Antoine Bourdelle
May 25, 2023

My Day with Antoine

Antoine Bourdelle and His Models Musée Bourdelle is a museum dedicated to the late Antoine Bourdelle (1861-1929), the celebrated Sculptor and teacher. During my...

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Winter in Paris
May 25, 2023

Winter Views of Paris

Winter in Paris Winter in Paris is quite dreary, it rains a lot and it’s frigid… the high energy the summer brings is far...

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May 24, 2023

Delta and Mont St Michel

Is Mont St Michel worth the visit? Mont St Michel lies 1 kilometer off the coast of Normandy, with incredible medieval-style walls built around...

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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.