Sometimes life imitates Art as Cheri puts it in today’s Friday challenge. This is what happened to me when I last attended a concert organised by the local Choir, of which I am proud to be the official photographer. Besides, my wife sings in that choir and I used to sing there too and it’s... Continue Reading →
The pristine Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris is a super building designed by Frank Gehry. Certainly the first - and only - interesting building in Paris in the past 20 years. It was high time. November 2014. This installation by Danish/Icelandic artist Oliafur Eliasson.
The hum of the refrigerator is the name of this group of artists responsible for the above installation at Chamarande. Not quite sure about the meaning of the name of this group nor that of the installation but it reminded me of a Song From Liquid Days by Philip Glass. Particularly apt for a fountain... Continue Reading →
Last October, street artists from all over the World were asked to decorate 36 apartments in a 1960s block of flats due to be demolished. The experience was amazing and I was one of the happy few who were able to visit the “tour” for a whole evening and take pictures at my leisure. Others... Continue Reading →
Paris 13 is a street Art initiative by the Paris town hall in a derelict building which will soon be destroyed. A short term exhibition has been organised in the building which is open to the public for 30 days. We’ll have a chance to see the works of Art inside the building tonight. Last... Continue Reading →
A very elegant yet improbable position. Try mimicking that! Even with yoga training... Close up view. The bronze is beautifully crafted Seen from above, the lady and the mirror... Hurray! My old new D600 has just arrived in order to replace my stolen camera. While loads of funny comments about oil and dust spot issues... Continue Reading →
"Why are these women here Dancing on their own? Why is there this sadness in their eyes?" Sting We met Josefina while shooting pictures at the Off Campus Students Housing estate of the Paris University. As we were approaching the Argentinian pavilion (Casa de Argentina) on our way back home ... ... through the window... Continue Reading →
A few weeks ago on a Saturday afternoon, I came across that Lady who was sculpting with barrier tape over the vent of an underground train. How's that for a long-lasting work of Art? And a few hundred yards further, rue de Rennes, reflections in a modern glass building. Guess what! I never found that... Continue Reading →