- PHOTOBOOK AWARDS
© Katie Booth
Initiated by Aperture Foundation and Paris Photo, The PhotoBook Awards celebrate the photobook’s contribution to the evolving narrative of Photography. The 35 best photobooks of 2018 have been selected by a professional jury. The winners of the three awards (First PhotoBook, PhotoBook of the Year, and Photography Catalogue of the Year) are announced on 9 November at Paris Photo. Masahisa Fukase, Daisuke Yokota and Lieko Shiga are among the nominees.
> See the full list of nominees
- JEU DE PAUME EXHIBITION
© The Dorothea Lange Collection, the Oakland Museum of California, City of Oakland. Gift of Paul S. Taylor
During Paris Photo Jeu de Paume is showing a retrospective devoted to Dorothea Lange (1895-1965), one of the twentieth century’s most important photographers.
> Read more about Jeu de Paume exhibition
- THE PLATFORM
Trail, from the series Haven Her Body Was, 2012 © Noémie Goudal
The Platform is an experimental forum at Paris Photo: a four-day programme of live talks, discussions and interviews on different subjects around photography. This year, the themes are: women, the exception?; on the new sector curiosa: eroticism, bodies and sexual identities; and the exhibition as medium. On Saturday 10 November 3.30pm Noémie Goudal will go in conversation about the exhibition as medium.
> View the full Platform programme
- ECAL AT PARIS PHOTO 2018: MIRAGE CLUB
© ECAL/Johanna Hullár
Guided by Golgotha Studio, students from the Photography Master’s at ECAL have explored potential advantages and drawbacks of the Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) processes by investigating their illusionary powers. During Paris Photo, an immersive installation will guide you through a labyrinthine space, a physical translation of the complexity of our relationship to photographic media.
> Read more about the project
- LE BAL EXHIBITION
DAVE HEATH. Chicago, 1956 © Dave Heath / Courtesy Michael Torosian
During Paris Photo, Le Bal is showing Dialogues with Solitudes by Dave Heath. As early as the 1950s, he is one of the first to express so radically, particularly in his manifesto A Dialogue with Solitude (1965), the sense of alienation and isolation inherent to modern times. As the first major presentation of his work in France, the exhibition brings together about 150 vintage prints and original models.
> Read more about the Le Bal exhibition
- OFFPRINT PARIS
To celebrate the tenth edition of Offprint Paris, 130 independent publishers in art, photography and design, from 19 different countries, come together at the Beaux-Arts in Paris. Foam Magazine will have its own booth at Offprint Paris.
> Read more about Offprint Paris 2018
Foam Magazine will also have its own booth at Paris Photo's fair (number Presse P6).
Image: Untitled, from the series Color Photographs, 2015 © Daisuke Yokota
Foam is supported by the BankGiro Loterij, De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Delta Lloyd, City of Amsterdam, Olympus and the VandenEnde Foundation.