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André Sas (1928-2020), Rolleiflex generation

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On April 2, 2020, at the age of 91, photographer André Sas died in Saint-Maur-des-Fossés (Val de Marne). In October 2019, Mohamed Lounès, of the Gamma agency, and Christian Ducasse, who knew him at the Association of Journalist Reporters Photographers, still found him sparkling. Publish in The Eyes of Photography

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Jean-Pierre Pappis / Polaris : “the greatest story of our century”

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The situation of photographers and agencies was already catastrophic, this current crisis has just made it worse. The acceleration of history is mind-blowing.The transformation of photography has barely s  tarted. Today’s edition is devoted to the interviews that Michel Puech carried out with 7 agency directors.Jean-Jacques Naudet / L’oeil de la photographie
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Mete Zihnioglu / Sipa : “Facing as it has been for 50 years”

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The Sipa Press news agency, named after its founder Göksin Sipahioglu, was created in 1973 in Paris. It is one of the “Three enemy sisters” (Gamma-Sipa-Sygma). The agency distributes the production of the Associated Press in France. Despite this, it has known many financial problems since the 2008 crisis, adventures with the late German agency DAPD before finding a stable group of associates. But its financial situation, like that of other agencies is precarious. Lire la suite

Thomas Pey / AKG: “We are seeing a 25% drop in downloads”

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Founded more than half a century ago in Germany, the agency AKG Images (Archiv für Kunst und Geschichte: Archive for Art and History) is established in three European capitals, Berlin, London and Paris. The Paris office is headed by Thomas Pey. The last turnover published was € 1,190,368 with a positive result of € 2,722 and eight employees. (Source: infogreffe.fr)

Distributed photographers: Paul Almasy, Denise Bellon, Peter Cornelius, Michel Dieuzaide, Jules Dortes, Christian Lemaire, Jacques Rouchon, Erich Lessing, Manuel Bidermanas, Jacques Boissay, Justin Creedy Smith, Marc Deville, Philippe Ledru, Olivier Martel, Alain Nogues, Bruno Pérousse, Pisarek Bildarchiv, Tony Vaccaro, Jacques Violet etc. Lire la suite

Jean-Michel Psaïla / Abaca, sick : “Fuck the virus!”

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After this email, in a telephone conversation, Jean-Michel Psaïla specifies that it has been a week since he contracted the virus as well as his wife. “It’s okay, for the moment no medical complications,” he specifies. He is worried about his photographers and refuses to give them working missions: “It is a huge responsibility, and then, once we have done, hospitals, masked people, and morgues, there there is nothing left to photograph, everything has stopped! “He concludes. Lire la suite

Guillaume Binet, Stéphane Lagoutte / MYOP: “… this is a world upside down for a long time from which we suffer. “

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M.Y.O.P. are the initials from a poem by Paul Eluard: “My eyes patient object / were forever open / on the expanse of the seas / where I got lost”. Since the beginning of the XXIth century Myop has continued, through a thousand vicissitudes, to expand its team which today makes up one of the most prestigious “team” with Ed Alcock, Guillaume Binet, Julien Daniel, Agnès Dherbeys, Marie Dorigny, Julie Hascoët , Pierre Hybre, Olivier Jobard, Alain Keler, France Keyser, Oan Kim, Olivier Laban-Mattei, Stéphane Lagoutte, Jean Larive, Ulrich Lebeuf, Pascal Maitre, Olivier Monge, Julien Pebrel, Jérémy Saint-Peyre, etc. Lire la suite

Sylvain Julienne (1947-2019) : “Photography was like a flying carpet”

He was born on July 6, 1947 rue Dulong in Evreux, he died on December 18, 2019 in Evreux. “I must have made big messes in my previous lives. Because to end your life in the house where you were born, when you have toured the planet 20 or 30 times, you must have been messed up. The punishment is heavy ”confided Sylvain Julienne to La Dépêche, the local newspaper three months before his death.

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