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“Nightclubbing” at the Point Éphémère: night time fury in Paris

 

The collective exhibition curated by Alisa Gallery at the Point Éphémère proposes a vibrant and hallucinated testimony of the night time life of the last 30 years in both Paris and London.

Chill Okubo, Charlie Le Mindu, 23rd May 2014, L’Amour à Trois, @ Trabendo, Paris.

 

Dancing, forgetting, blending in, being free and instinctual, passionate...

When the imperious beauty of youth and chaos is mixed with the clubs' moisty atmosphere...

That's where the magic happens.

 

 

Nightclubbing by Alisa Gallery, until February 21st at the Point Éphémère, 200, quai de Valmy, Paris Xe.

Ending party February 22nd at 7 pm.

Hannibal Volkoff, Spotlight Club Chez Françoise, 2011.

Holly Falconer, Club Jolene, Londres, July 2009.

Thomas Smith, Juliette, 2:39 am, October 6th 2011, Paris.

Jean-Luc Buro, Corinne Marienneau, bassiste de Téléphone au Rose Bonbon, 1984.

Victoria Lentaigne, Untitled, 2013.

Marie Rouge, Wet for Me, Pride Edition, June 27th 2015, #1.

“The Men of Shanghai”, a series by Rayan Nohra for Numéro art
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Fashion Discover the photographic series “The Men of Shanghai“ shot by Rayan Nohra for Numéro art with the models Guo Yunlong and Wang Cunxiao. Discover the photographic series “The Men of Shanghai“ shot by Rayan Nohra for Numéro art with the models Guo Yunlong and Wang Cunxiao.

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From Robert Mapplethorpe to Peter Hujar, when photography interrogates masculinity
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Photography From February 20th to May 17th 2020, the Barbican Art Gallery in London is showing an exhibition entitled, “Masculinities: Liberation through Photography”. An opportunity to dissect the myth of the masculine through the prism of photography and cinema. From February 20th to May 17th 2020, the Barbican Art Gallery in London is showing an exhibition entitled, “Masculinities: Liberation through Photography”. An opportunity to dissect the myth of the masculine through the prism of photography and cinema.

Who is Peter Hujar, photographer of the intimacy overshadowed by Mapplethorpe?
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Photography The American photographer, who died of AIDS-related illness in1987, never enjoyed the recognition he deserved. Paris' Jeu de paume is celebrating his very special talent. The American photographer, who died of AIDS-related illness in1987, never enjoyed the recognition he deserved. Paris' Jeu de paume is celebrating his very special talent.

Jean-Baptiste Mondino : “I don’t use my camera as an extension of my penis”
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Photography Johnny Depp, Lou Doillon, Karl Lagerfeld, Robert Pattinson, Björk – they’ve all posed for French photographer and director Jean-Baptiste Mondino, who recently exibited 20 years’ of his outstanding work for Numéro. Insatiably curious, he takes inspiration from the energy and beauty of the exceptional designers, artists, musicians and models who define our times, subliming their singularity into unforgettably iconic images of contemporary pop culture. Johnny Depp, Lou Doillon, Karl Lagerfeld, Robert Pattinson, Björk – they’ve all posed for French photographer and director Jean-Baptiste Mondino, who recently exibited 20 years’ of his outstanding work for Numéro. Insatiably curious, he takes inspiration from the energy and beauty of the exceptional designers, artists, musicians and models who define our times, subliming their singularity into unforgettably iconic images of contemporary pop culture.

Treat yourself to Rocco Siffredi’s portrait by Mondino
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Photography Treat yourself to an exclusive and signed print by Jean-Baptiste Mondino (here, Rocco Siffredi) for his exhibition at the Studio des Acacias in Paris until July 20th. Treat yourself to an exclusive and signed print by Jean-Baptiste Mondino (here, Rocco Siffredi) for his exhibition at the Studio des Acacias in Paris until July 20th.