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Tuesday, 11 August 2009

arles: me and robert and roni









so tired, that's why this one's going to be really short. you know i went to arles for the photo festival. one of the highlights was our visit to the parc des ateliers, a big industrial estate with old workshop buildings owned by the french rail corporation. within these old halls, a major part of the photography exhibitions were set up, featuring big names in photography (roni horn was presented with several works/installations) as well as new discoveries. the light in those halls was dramatic. here's a little peek behind the scenes. and hush, don't tell anyone i went into the wings, i don't think i was supposed too...  

oh, and don't forget: i'd still love to hear your thoughts on my camera question - keep them coming!

8 comments:

Cris Siqueira said...

love the dog!!

Ida Nielsen said...

Oh, how I wish I could've been there. It looks great!!

chaton de luxe said...

hello! just wanted to let you know we bought a lumix which is cheaper than a leica but has the same lens; it has a pinhole mode that does great "vintage" pics will be posting some on my blog soon but have been too busy unpacking!

trinsch said...

amazing photos! love the self portrait, such a great angle :)

lucky you, to have been there!

B said...

I love the first two photos! Such a feeling of space, and maybe even solitude, or at least that feeling of realizing how small we are in the big wide world!

Ulrika said...

Wow, such a great building!

julochka said...

i really love the top picture. the light is fantastic!!

malo said...

I love them all but the first two photos to me are absolutely stunning. What a great environment for a photo festival.

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