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James Nachtwey hurt in Bangkok

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James Natchtwey © Olivier Rotrou

logo_loeildelaphotographieOn Saturday, February 1, it was a little after 3:00 in the afternoon—10:00 at night in Bangkok—when the telephone rang. “Nachtwey’s been hit.” At the other end of the line, the photographers Olivier Rotrou and Chris Mouchet explained that there had been a shooting in the Lak Si district in northern Bangkok on the eve of the elections this Sunday.

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Exhibition: Charleroi The Changing Face of a city

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logo_loeildelaphotographieAfter Bernard Plossu in 2012 and Dave Anderson and Jens Olof Lasthein in 2013, Claire Chevrier is the fourth photographer to be commissioned for a “photographic mission” by the Musée de la ville, centre d’art de la Wallonie in Belgium. Continue reading

Exhibition: DPRK by Maxime Delvaux

Monument to the Party Foundation. This monument was constructed in Pyongyang under Kim Jong Il's will to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of the ruling Korean Workers Party. © Maxime Delvaux
Monument to the Party Foundation. This monument was constructed in Pyongyang under Kim Jong Il’s will to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of the ruling Korean Workers Party. © Maxime Delvaux

logo_loeildelaphotographieAs part of its partnership with the Belgian daily Le Soir, the Musée de la photographie de Charleroi will exhibit, through May 18, 2014, a series shot over ten days in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea by the young Maxime Delvaux. Continue reading