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
This is a terrible pun, as ‘vilaine*’ means ugly and also naughty depending on context. Villennes-sur-Seine certainly is one of these dainty villages. It...
One Cannot Find a Name… One Cannot Find a Name on this Rusted Cross is the somewhat elongated yet poetical title of a song...
The Four-nations cemetery is an incredible place. A derelict, yet beautifully romantic, old cemetery on the hills above the town of Caen in Normandy....
Alive and Well
4 nations cemetery – Caen – June 2021
I’m in love with my gear
Do you like your photo gear? I do love mine indeed. I could even sing a song about it. Remember that old 1975 Queen...
Sunny day in Villennes-sur-Seine
Villennes sur Seine is a dainty village, roughly 25 miles west of Paris, France.
Chartres – Cathedral
Chartres – June 2021
Girl with Balloon in Arcueil
Everyone knows “Girl with Balloon”, the archetypal Banksy stencil mural. Girl with Balloon or Love is where the bins are This version of “Girl...
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.
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