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

May 23, 2021

Driftwood sculpture

Driftwood sculpture is very popular, but it’s not always successful. Lately, I stumbled upon one in Sallenelles in Normandy and I was stunned by...

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May 3, 2021

Postmodern modernist architecture in Montsouris

IModernist architecture is no longer flavour of the month. Yet it can be interesting at times. As I was walking down the street, not...

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May 1, 2021

Office building in Bagneux

Office building in Bagneux – B&W – April 2021

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April 10, 2021

Paris in Spring

Paris in Spring on a balmy day shot rue Jacob in the 6th district, one of the poshest. There’s something crooked about that front...

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April 3, 2021

Spring in the Forest

This is Spring. At last we can catch a glimpse of the sunshine. And hike in the forest. At least we could a few...

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March 28, 2021

Art Deco architecture, Tour d’Argent and St Genevieve

Art Deco Architecture is one of my favourites. I love Art Nouveau too as you already know, but I think Art Deco tops the...

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Experimenting with light
March 28, 2021

Experimenting with light

Today’s theme is experimental and nice Krista let us choose what we wanted so I went for an experiment of mine at the former...

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March 21, 2021

Abstract View of an Art Nouveau Building

Art nouveau building Rue Boulard in the fourteenth district. Rather than focus on the architecture itself (more about that per below) I have decided...

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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.