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eBook Raymond Depardon: Our Farm epub
  • ISBN: 2742764151
  • Author: Raymond Depardon,Benoit Rivero
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Photography & Video
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dis Voir/Actes Sud (September 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 320 pages
  • ePUB size: 1235 kb
  • FB2 size 1444 kb
  • Formats lrf azw mobi lit


In Our Farm, the famed French photographer Raymond Depardon tells his early life story with his very first photographs . Though my memory isn't entirely clear, I seem to remember that it was my first landmark on the farm.

In Our Farm, the famed French photographer Raymond Depardon tells his early life story with his very first photographs, describing his youth as a farmer's son on the banks of the Saône River, filled with the ardent and urgent desire to testify to the state of the world and of his fellows. As a child, I was only allowed to go up the very first step. still like to sit on those stairs today. Is it because of the perfect shape of the steps, worn by the passing of time?

In 1978, Raymond Depardon joined Magnum and continued his reportage work until the publication of Notes in. .We have made some changes to our site.

In 1978, Raymond Depardon joined Magnum and continued his reportage work until the publication of Notes in 1979 and Correspondance New Yorkaise in 1981. If you are looking for our image archives and licencing service, please visit Magnum Pro. Don't show again Yes, take me to Magnum Pro No, thank you. Would you like to

Raymond Depardon joined Magnum Photos in 1978 and became.

Raymond Depardon joined Magnum Photos in 1978 and became. November 4, 2010: Raymond Depardon will be signing his new book "La France" on the occasion of the exhibition "Territoires - Errance" that is taking place at the Magnum Gallery from November 4 2010 to January 8 2011.

Raymond Depardon book. In "Our Farm," the famed French photographer Raymond Depardon tells his early life story with his very first photographs, describing his youth as a farmer's son on the banks of the Saone River, filled with the ardent and urgent desire to testify to the state of the world and of his fellows. The stone staircase in front of the kitchen is still there.

Raymond Depardon (French: ; born 6 July 1942) is a French photographer, photojournalist and documentary filmmaker. Depardon is mainly a self-taught photographer, as he began taking pictures on his family's farm when he was 12. He apprenticed with a n in Villefranche-sur-Saône before he moved to Paris in 1958. He began his career as a photojournalist in the early 1960s. He travelled to conflict zones including Algeria, Vietnam, Biafra and Chad.

In Our Farm, the famed French photographer Raymond Depardon tells his early life story with his very first photographs, describing his youth as a farmer's son on the banks of the Saone River, filled with the ardent and urgent desire.

In Our Farm, the famed French photographer Raymond Depardon tells his early life story with his very first photographs, describing his youth as a farmer's son on the banks of the Saone River, filled with the ardent and urgent desire to testify to the st.

In French photojournalist Raymond Depardon was commissioned by the Sunday Times to travel to Glasgow for a feature on Europeâ?™s overlo

In French photojournalist Raymond Depardon was commissioned by the Sunday Times to travel to Glasgow for a feature on Europeâ?™s overlo. One of today’s most important living photographers, Raymond Depardon has led a remarkable life, earned numerous international accolades and shot some of the most important events of the century. Highlights from the Raymond Depardon photography exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris. 60 Striking Photographs Captured Everyday Life in Glasgow in 1980 – Vintage News Daily.

Raymond Depardon Forthcoming, in stock, and out-of-print Title information on Photo books, museum . Beginning his career as a foreign correspondent, Raymond Depardon has since established himself as a major artist through his books, exhibitions and films

Raymond Depardon Forthcoming, in stock, and out-of-print Title information on Photo books, museum exhibition catalogs, photography monographs, and international books from the ARTBOOK . Beginning his career as a foreign correspondent, Raymond Depardon has since established himself as a major artist through his books, exhibitions and films. Between 1961 and 2013, he frequently photographed the constantly changing rhythm of Berlin which is the focus of this book.

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In Our Farm, the famed French photographer Raymond Depardon tells his early life story with his very first photographs, describing his youth as a farmer's son on the banks of the Saône River, filled with the ardent and urgent desire to testify to the state of the world and of his fellows. "The stone staircase in front of the kitchen is still there. It leads up to the loft. Though my memory isn't entirely clear, I seem to remember that it was my first landmark on the farm. As a child, I was only allowed to go up the very first steps…I still like to sit on those stairs today. Is it because of the perfect shape of the steps, worn by the passing of time? Is it their color that changes with the light and the seasons? It is pleasant there, in the winter sun. You are sheltered from the wind that blows through the Saône valley. In summer, it is the hottest spot in the courtyard. When evening falls, the red sun sinks behind the top steps."
Comments: (2)
Rolling Flipper
Recently got immersed in Depardons images and wanted to find out more. I thought this was a photobook for one of his earlier exhibition but its mostly a memoir of his life punctuated with pictures taken around his countryside town back as a child and later on as an accomplished photographer.
Light out of Fildon
I am one of those persons who tend to become rather sentimental when talking about one's elders, especially if they did everything they could so their offspring might have a better life. That is certainly one of the reasons why I liked this book so much.
The book is a tale about a farm and a little boy who did not want to become a farmer. It is quite understandable, quite a heavy work, only half a day's rest a week. There is a particularly touching passage - "A doctor from Grange-Blanche had told my brother that my father's generation had been worn out by work. My father left school when he was twelve to replace his father who had been drafted in the First World War."
The boy went on to become a basically self-taught photographer, ending up as a MAGNUM member. I do not thing one can get much higher.
On the other hand, we watch the farm declining. Progress led to its reduction in size and hard work made the present owner, the photographer's brother, to sell cattle and become a vegetable and fruit grower.
The little boy might not have wanted to become a farmer but he always felt and feels the need to go back and stay at length. Certainly out of love for his family but also for the place itself. He shows his concern on his brother's sadness that there is no one to take over after him.
The book consists of text portions and photographs, the latter being of past times and recent ones. The text is kept to a minimum and that is the way it should be. There are some misprints but, really, they are very minor ones.
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