“It’s great to be young”, James Barnor and Marc Riboud at Galerie Clémentine de la Feronnière, Paris
Galerie Clémentine de la Feronnière presents an exhibition of black & white and colour photographs of James Barnor, accompanied by a selection of photographs by Marc Riboud.
Adress: 51 rue Saint-Louis-en-l’île, 75004 Paris.
Free entrance, from Tuesday to Saturday, 11am-7pm.
More information on the gallery’s website.
Group exhibition “Magnum Manifesto” in Rome
Celebrate Magnum Photos’ 70th birthday with the exhibition “Magnum Manifesto” in Rome.
For more information: www.arapacis.it/en/
Exhibition “May ’68: When Paris erupted in Protest” at The French Cultural Center, Boston
Discover an ensemble of photographs by Marc Riboud on May 68 events in Paris.
Opening on February 1st.
Hours: Monday: 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Tuesday – Thursday: 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Address: 53 Marlborough St, Boston, MA 02116
More information on the website of the French Cultural Center.
Exhibition “Alaska 1958” at the Kiosque, Vannes
Discover the photographs taken in Alaska by Marc Riboud during his 1958 roadtrip!
Le Kiosque, Esplanade du Port, Vannes.
Free entrance. Open everyday, except Monday, 11am-1pm and 2pm-6pm.
For more information: Vannes city’s website (in French)
Group exhibition “Mexique, Aller-retour” at Gallery Le Réverbère, Lyon
« Mexique, Aller-retour » is an exhibition imagined by Jacques Damez, as an echo of the exhibition « Los Modernos » which will take place at the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Lyon, garthering works by Pablo Ortiz Monasterio, Bernard Plossu and Denis Roche, along with photographs by Thomas Chable, Serge Clément, Jesse A. Fernandez, Oscar Fernando Gomez, Baudoin Lotin, Françoise Nunez and Marc Riboud.
Galerie Le Réverbère
38 rue Burdeau, 69001 Lyon, France
Free entrance from Wednesday to Saturday, 2 to 7pm
For more information (in French): the gallery’s website
Exhibition at Présence(s) Photographie in Montélimar
The festival Présence(s) Photographie presents, for the first time in France, the complete serie of “Alaska”, along with a retrospective choice of Marc Riboud’s photographs.
For more information: the festival’s website (in French)
Group exhibition “Vagabondages” at Le Voleur d’images,
Discover a choice of photographs by Edouard Boubat, Jacques-Henri Lartigue, Marc Riboud and Sabine Weiss at gallery Le Voleur d’images.
Gallery Le Voleur d’images, 9 rue de Saint-Simon, 75007 Paris
For more information : the gallery’s website
Exhibition “Femmes du monde” at Polka Gallery, Paris
To celebrate its 10 years anniversary, Polka Gallery presents an exhibition on the theme of women, with photographs by Sebastiao Salgado and Marc Riboud.
12 rue Saint-Gilles, 75003 Paris
Free entrance from Tuesday to Saturday, 11am-7pm
For more information: Polka Gallery’s website
Exhibition “The young girl with a flower, 50 years later” at Arcturus gallery, Paris
During Photo Saint-Germain festival, Arcturus gallery presents an exhibition of Marc Riboud’s prints inspired by his famous “Young girl with a flower” photograph, with a selection of vintage and modern prints.
65 rue de Seine, 75006 Paris
Open Tuesday-Friday from 2pm-7pm and Saturday 11am-1pm and 2pm-7pm
“La jeune fille à la fleur”, a new book published by Le Seuil
1967. The Vietnam war is bogged down. In the United States, the pacifists’ voices are getting louder. They decide to challenge President Lyndon Johnson by assembling in Washington, DC, on October 21st, around the reflecting pool at the Lincoln Memorial. There are about one hundred thousand of them. At the end of the day, about half of them move towards the Pentagon.
The photographer Marc Riboud had made the trip. He was one of the few European photojournalists to be on site and suddenly he shot a surprising face-to-face confrontation: a young woman, just seventeen years old, Jan Rose Kasmir, approached the row of rifles with bayonets fixed, a flower in her hand. The photograph, shot at dusk, goes around the world. The young woman with the flower is one of those pictures that has a history.
Today, a book by the French journalist and author Philippe Séclier allows us to follow its genesis with many supporting documents. The author centres on the testimonies of Marc Riboud and Jan Rose Kasmir, who lost each other, then met again for the first time in 1998, and again in January 2003 in London during another large demonstration, this time against the Iraq war.
Fifty years later, The young woman with the flower remains more than ever one of the most beautiful symbols of non-violence and the rejection of war.
La jeune fille à la fleur is published by Le Seuil, collection Fiction & Cie.
Price : 16€.