EXHIBITION! REPORTED - STAY TUNED

PhotoSaintGermain Festival I Lusted Men

On the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the Photo Saint-Germain festival, I'm glad to be part of the Lusted Men collective exhibition in an ephemeral space in the heart of Saint-Germain des Prés. Lusted Men is an investigation initiated in the summer of 2019 with the aim of questioning the eroticization of men's bodies through photography. 

The entire 2019 collection will be revealed to the general public for the first time at Lusted Men Project Space: 8 rue Perronet, 75007 Paris. 

Get a plunge into the heart of the practice of erotic photography of men.  

fb event: Lusted Men Exhibition at PhotoSaintGermain Festival



WEBINAIRE!  25.11.20 de 19h à 20h


Les Lumidacieuses I Online

J’ai le plaisir de me joindre à l'association Les Lumidacieuses, aux côté d' EndoFrance et Parlonz’En pour parler de l'endométriose.

J’y présenterai L’Invisible, série photo sur mon experience de la maladie. Ce documentaire décrit la réalité de l'endométriose et son impact sur la vie quotidienne. Avec ce projet, je souhaite rendre cette maladie visible dans toute son ampleur, ses répercussions et ses ombres. 

👉 Inscrivez-vous:

 https://www.eventbrite.fr/e/billets-les-lumidacieuses-mettent-la-lumiere-sur-lendometriose-129834517537


PUBLICATION! Thanks to FishEye Magazine to publish The Invisible. If endometriosis has managed to emerge from the shadows over the past 3 years and become a major issue in public debate, there is still a long way to go before real management of the disease can be achieved. Let's talk about it!

Click to see: https://www.fisheyemagazine.fr/en/scheduled/readers-picks/les-coups-de-coeur-266/


EXHIBITION! November 15-16, 2019

One out of Ten I City Hall of Paris V

Art supports medical research through a charity sale to benefit endometriosis research, and I am happy to be part of it. Organized by Katia Jugi, president and founder of Parlonz'En, One out of Ten exhibition sale works donated by artists supporting women's causes and endometriosis research. All proceeds will go to ENDOmind, an association that fights endometriosis.



PUBLICATION! Thanks to The Eye Of Photography to publish The Invisible on the firsts days of March. It comes right on point for the endometriosis awarness month, couldn't be a better time to reveal this work that is so dear to my heart.

Click to see:

https://loeildelaphotographie.com/en/angelique-de-place-the-invisible/


STAY TUNED! The Invisible is an on going project about my experience with endometriosis. This disease cost me four surgeries in 2017, two in 2018 and already one in 2019. During the time of sick leave, I strive - when my body allows me - to put in images the reality of this invisible and so badly diagnosed disease. With this project, I want to make it visible. One in ten women of childbearing age is affected, it must be known.


EXHIBITION! July 2-8, 2018

Arles 2018 I THE FAMILY OF NO MAN I Cosmos Arles Books

I'll be part of The Family of No Man exhibition at Cosmos Arles Books aiming to re-visioned the world through non-male eyes in opposing view of Edward Steichen’s original The Family of Man project from 1955. The Family of No Man aspires to establish a critical space for an all-inclusive debate on gender equality, photography and its historiography. 

Exhibition curated by Brad Feuerhelm and Natasha Christia. 


EXHIBITION! March - June, 2018

FESTIVAL METROPOLIS I La Soufflerie

I'll be part of the Metropolis Festival at La Soufflerie de Rezé exhibiting Urban Athens, a documentary portrait of the artists making Athens (GR) one of the world’s capitals of street art. It reveals an erratic art, freely exercised in a vivid city in mutation. 


EXHIBITION! 04.07 till 10.07.2016

Arles 2016 I Fotohaus I ParisBerlin

I'll be part of the PARISBERLIN> fotogroup exhibition including La Collection, Les Associés, Tumuult, Franzkowiak & Westphal Artprojects, and Spéos at FOTOHAUS during the VOIES OFF Festival of the Rencontres d'Arles. 


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