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Night Contact at Les Nuits Photographiques in Paris

June 2, 2014 – 10:47 am By emilygraham

I’m pleased to announce that Night Contact has been invited to participate in the 2014 programme Les Nuits Photographiques festival in Paris, which runs from 13 June – 2 August 2014.

Les Nuits Photographiques is devoted to screen-based photographic works, aiming to promote, distribute and provide creative support for photo-film. They look at the ‘photo-film’ in it’s broadest sense; from the experimental to the document, supporting this genre as it evolves. The ambitious programme includes exhibitions by Sam Taylor-Johnson and Augustin Rebetez and three nights of outdoor projections, featuring guest programmes from Le Musée de L’Elysée and 6Mois, alongside Les Nuit Photographiques curation.

On Friday 27 June at Le Pavillon Carré de Baudouin we will be showing a selection of works from our 2013 programme:

Alec Soth – Glass Jars
Jake Price – Unknown Spring: The recovery of memory
Ricardo Cases – Paloma Al Aire
Daisuke Kobayashi – Rrrrrroll

We’re really pleased to participate in this exciting event, and we hope we’ll see some of you in Paris!

In progress: Gregory Halpern

April 26, 2014 – 9:27 am By emilygraham

I can’t wait to see how this work-in-progress from Gregory Halpern evolves. His last book, A, published in 2011, is one of my favourite bodies of work from the last few years.

Ahndraya Parlato

April 24, 2014 – 9:58 am By emilygraham

Beautiful images that play with the ambiguity of looking in Ahndraya Parlato‘s Towards an Uncertain Sight.

Prospect by Jack Latham

April 22, 2014 – 12:32 pm By emilygraham

From the series Prospect by Jack Latham.

Experimental ‘landscapes’

April 18, 2014 – 12:12 pm By emilygraham

Luke Evans says of his practice: “I travel the world from my kitchen table.”

These rather beautiful minimalist landscapes are in fact creations build from domestic materials.

Evans’ has also collaborated with Joshua Lake to create a more extreme interior ‘landscape’ – in which the negative is the one doing the travelling – through the digestive tracks of their body. To create the work Inside out 35mm film is swallowed inside a small capsule allowing for stomach acids and digestive fluids to process the film.

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