The Library was established in under the auspices of the American Library Association and the Library of Congress with a core collection of books and periodicals donated by American libraries to United States armed forces personnel serving their allies in World War I. It operates as a non-profit cultural association in France and is incorporated under the laws of Delaware. Volunteers are the heart of the American Library in Paris. More than seventy volunteers donate their time and talents at any given time to provide valuable assistance to our staff and patrons of the Library all year round. Our volunteers range in age from young adults to seniors.
Ma rencontre dans le métro
2 min d'une belle rencontre dans le métro en vidéo - Les Bridgets
We believe people should love hosting and entertaining others at home. It should be easy, delicious and enjoyable. In the future, hosting meal with loved ones will be simple and stress-free. Planning will be a breeze.
Ligne 8 du métro de Paris
Remote is a suggestive story. Portrait of a tender companionship in a secluded Irish countryside. Residing in the simplicity of the moment, the waiting and the repetition of days. This is a place where there is no space for imagining a future other than the perpetual repetition of the present. This is a place for survival, to be strong, alone with the wind, eyes burnt by the light.
Subscribe to the workshop. CONTENT: - Study and analysis of the photographs taken - Daily shooting outdoor and in studios - Exercices with artificial lights - Exercices on images dedicated software colourimetry, curves, etc. These days will be based on a stimulating balance between reflections, field experiments and shared point of view to achieve a coherent and singular photographic ensemble. It will be a question of feelings, of distance but also of aesthetic choices, of light, of framing which bring coherence and define a singular photographic language.