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- 06 -162015

Exhibition “Images of Conviction. The Construction of Visual Evidence” in Paris

Images of Conviction. The Construction of Visual Evidence, he first exhibition organized at LE BAL, addresses both photography and the objectivity attributed to it. Ever since the invention of “metric” photography by Alphonse Bertillon at […]

- 05 -152015

“One hundred years of photography in the French Armed Forces”. Twentieth episode. A photographic record of French military operations in Mali.

A photographer with ECPAD since 2011, petty officer Jérémy has been in Mali with other military reporters since 13 January 2013 as part of Operation Serval. Two months after his arrival, he accompanies a group […]

- 05 -082015

“One hundred years of photography in the French Armed Forces”. Eighteenth episode. Relief operations through photographs.

It is 4.53 pm, on 12 January 2010, when an earthquake rocks the island of Haiti. In Port-au-Prince, Wismond Exantus, cashier in a hotel shop, instinctively takes refuge beneath a display unit, but he is […]

- 05 -012015

“One hundred years of photography in the French Armed Forces”. Sixteenth episode. Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo: The Balkans on fire.

The difficulty of reporting on protection and security missions under on international mandate often arises from the fact that photographers have to bear witness to complex conflicts without the benefit of the opportunities offered by […]

- 04 -282015

“One hundred years of photography in the French Armed Forces”. Fithteenth episode. Desert Storm and Opération Daguet.

On 2 August 1990, Iraq launched a military operation against its neighbour, Kuwait, resulting in a seven-month occupation that was condemned by all the great world powers. An international coalition led by the USA was […]

- 04 -142015

“One hundred years of photography in the French Armed Forces”. Eleventh episode. Claude Cuny : propaganda through photography and the Algeria War.

Images were a vital issue in the Algerian war. On the French side, the conflict was widely photographed by the army’s official staff and presented as an operation to maintain order and protect the people […]

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