diptyque is Paris Photo’s official partner.
Phaidon publications have devoted a major book to the history of patterns, this little sketch that multiply in all directions – a theme which also is linked to the origins of diptyque.
Berger&Berger, the artist and architect duo, are the special guests of the Private Choice event a private initiative linked to FIAC (art fair). And so Laurent Berger grants memento an interview…
Contemporary Art expert at Christie’s, Paul Nyzam analyzes the logic of patterns in Contemporary art
Yannick Alléno presents Terroirs, his latest book which main topic is fermentation in gastronomy, another praise of slowness…
Beyond the traditions, myths and superstitions attributed to the mirror, it occupies a special place in our thoughts about images.
Collection 34 is today’s diptyque bazaar, loyal to his original spirit.
In memory of the joyful bazaar that the diyptyque boutique was when it first opened its doors, diptyque has now become part of the Invisible Dog party.
The sociological revival of this area may well be striking and spine-tingling but is not without some heartbreak and nostalgia…
Talbot is the English inventor of photography, just as Niépce and Daguerre were the French inventors of the same.
Through Herbarium, one of his most emblematic work, the artist tackles fiction and irony to create a dynamic of doubt.
It was American writer and philosopher Norman O. Brown who recommended that John Cage use this poetic technique of mesostics.
Daffodils, roses, orchids, irises, birds of paradise, tulips, each flower reveals itself to his serious and penetrating lens in the late evening light dappling the studio in which he lives.
Sudek’s mastery of the pigment printing process enabled him to produce highly atmospheric and evocative images, thereby reaping all of the reflective and descriptive power of the gelatin silver print.
« My meanderings through the world of photography made me veer firmly towards a religious and almost mystical perception of photography » (Pierre de Fenoÿl)
So many poets and writers have deliberated on the mnemonic power of smell.
« The thing I love the most about travelling is all those little titbits I find out about culinary culture, ancestral know-how, produce and regional specialities! »
Since the Seventies landscapes have blossomed in the field of «fine art » photography.
These ocean liners were real floating palaces.
The most dreadful journey can be undertaken with the smallest of steps.
A bright red boat glides gently across a lake fringed by dense jungle…
The palm leaf as a design for the prize united two symbols: an emblem of victory that went right back to Antiquity plus a nod to city of Cannes
“This wordless poetry already constituted one of the most salient features of Dada.”
“I have always been really interested in the world of perfume because of its evocative power.” (Anne-Sophie Pic)
Jean-Pierre Blanc is the founder and director of the International Fashion and Photography Festival of Hyères, and the director of Villa Noailles, a centre for art and architecture.
Towards a synesthetic approach to art, from the Renaissance until the 20th century.