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Bruno Barbey
Panoramics of Morocco
Book on print
Limited Edition

« I’m drawn to Morocco because, I spent my first twelve years there ; I find smells and colours that remind me of my youth. Morocco is special to me because of my attachement to its people and its extraordinary cultural heritage ».
-Bruno Barbey

Bruno Barbey has always contrasted a versatility of technique with consistency of theme Read full story
Featured Essays
Oct 22, 2014
In October of 2014, Bruno Barbey spent two days documenting the massive pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong. More...
Jun 11, 2014
PASSAGES 1960-2014 (titre provisoire) - A retrospective (work in progress)
Lists of main stories and essays.

Italie 1961-1963
Ecosse 1965
France 1965-1969
Portugal 1964-1993
Espagne 1985-2009
Kenya 1965
Brésil 1966-1980
Chili 1973
Argentine 1973
Mexique 1969
May 68, Paris 1968
Portraits 1963-2011
Alger 1969
USA 1967-2009
Moyen Orient 1965-1971
Palestine 1969-1973
URSS... More...
Jun 11, 2014
In the early 1960s, Bruno Barbey crisscrossed Italy from north to south attempting to capture the spirit of the nation. The Italians is an evocative collection of Barbey's modern commedia dell'arte of beggars, priests, nuns, carabinieri, prostitutes, and mafiosi - archetypal figures whose exotic charms helped to make the films of Pasolini, Visconti, and Fellini so popular. More...
Apr 3, 2014
The Empty Quarter Gallery
Morocco: A Scorching Beauty

Opening reception Monday, March 17th from 7pm -10pm

Exhibition: March 17th – April 17th, 2014
Gate Village, Bldg 02 P.O.BOX 506697?DIFC Dubai, UAE

Web: www.theemptyquarter.com More...
Dec 3, 2013
Mark Lubell has been appointed the new CEO of the International Center of Photography (in New York).

ICP was born out of MAGNUM, thanks to Cornell Capa (brother of Robert Capa) who founded the ICP in 1974.
Mark Lubell was director of Magnum New York from 2004 to 2011. He directed several major projects, including the "Magnum photos collection".

The Magnum Photos collection, which contains nearly... More...