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Grain silo No 5, Pointe-du-Moulin-à-Vent quay, Montreal, 1904-1963 Silo No 5; Silo B; Silo from the Grand Trunk; Grain lift No 5 of the port of Montreal; Le Warehousing Company Elevator
Complexe consisting of 3 buildings connected by a network of aerial conveyors: Elevator B built by the engineering firm John S. Metcalfe from 1904 to 1906, annex to elevator B built by the engineers firm John S. Metcalfe from 1913 to 1914, elevator B-1 built by the firm of engineers C. D. Howe from...
Picture of spartan classroom in rural China awarded prize
Image © Fuyang Zhou This photo, which was taken by Chinese amateur photographer Fuyang Zhou in Jiangxi province, won the first prize at the Hamdan International Photography Awards. It shows what seems to be an improvised classroom, with a dirt floor and mud walls, which serve as a blackboard. In man...
Publication of No 30 by Photographic Studies
I am pleased to announce the publication of No 30 by Photographic Studies, which published my article entitled ‘The tourist image market. The case of Mont-Saint-Michel at the end of the nineteenth century’. Summary: The industrialisation of photography production and trade accompanies the rise of th...
Landscape morphological analysis between archaeology and town and country planning. Urban form and country form studies in Val-d'Oise (France)
This work explains how historical landscape study can be used for town and country planning.<br />The morphology studies land allotment, settlement and road networks dynamics. In the first part, we explore the morphological experience in archaeology, geography and town planning. It contains conceptu...
Pictorial photograph. The impact of traditional aesthetic models on the photographs of poverty
Based on a finding, the difficulty of finding reports on poverty in French collections of photographs, the article seeks to demonstrate the existence of another decisive aesthetic model. Indeed, for a long time built on the models of fine arts and theatre, some of the photographs retained from the n...
Marguerite Mespoulet and Madeleine Mignon in Ireland for the Archives of the Planet: influences out of field
The 73 autochroms taken in May and June 1913 by Mesdemoiselles Mespoulet and Mignon were Ireland’s first colour photographs. It includes depictions of the habitat, costumes and peatland landscapes of the West, descriptions of traditional activities, as well as major Irish celtic and monastic monumen...
La Chabrier and Marie-Ève Thérenty, detective. Is a manufacturer of crimes?
the detective magazine established itself in France from 1928 to 1940 as ‘Le grand weekly des faits-miscellaneous’, as stated in its subtitle. Composed of 16 pages featuring shock photography, bold photomontage and eye-catching titles, detective appears to be the heir of the illustrated supplement t...
Estimation of structural attributes of walnut trees based on terrestrial laser scanning
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From Vietnam, VA, to Iraq, CA: The Spectrality of Violence in An-My Lê’s Small Wars and 29 Palms
This paper focuses on two of the three photographic projects included in An-My Lê’s Small Wars (2005). The first one, Small Wars (1999–2002) represents Vietnam War reenactors staging combat in the Virginian forest. In the second project, 29 Palms (2003–2004), Lê turns her camera on United States Mar...
Wall with a skeleton with a broad hat, holding a bomb in his left hand and a sabre in his right hand, rue Roy, Montreal
Photography: Carlos Pineda, 2000; Suggested reading: Fitting-out. WP 3913.15 M6 B55 1996
Mexican photography from the 20s to the 1950s and The labyrinthe of loneliness: use, mirror, footprint?
under the joint influence of the impact of the images produced during the Revolution, the momentum of cultural nationalism and the arrival of foisonous artists such as Edward Weston and Tina Modotti, the 20s are a very rich moment for Mexican photography. This visual hatch will continue and become m...
Use of aerial photography by the Forestry Management Service: the achievements of the Rhine Forestry Service
Aesthetics and economics, photographic art and market since 1980
The evolution of the aesthetic and economic value of a photographic print has been set up by a temporality, which takes 1980s as a starting point for the research. Our aim is to emphasize historical aspects as well as economical, aesthetic and theoretical ones, which have made structuring of a photo...
After the Holocaust : writing the trace in the works of Jonathan Safran Foer, Daniel Mendelsohn, and Art Spiegelman
This study explores the works of Jonathan Safran Foer, Daniel Mendelsohn, and Art Spiegelman through the notion of trace, the founding principle of the aesthetics and ethics of post-Holocaust writing. The incomplete knowledge of these “post-Holocaust generations” implies the presence of a “postmemor...
Science complex, University of Montreal, 1375, avenue Thérèse-Lavoie-Roux, Montreal, 2016-2019
Complex of 2 pavilions built at the site of the former Outremont marshalling yard; Architecture: Consortium Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architects/Lemay/NFOE Architects; Patron architect: Pierre Larouche; Architect in charge of the project: Anik Shooner; Senior designer architect: Jean-Pierre...
Bates & Isabel Barrett LOWRY, The Silver Canvas. Daguerreotype Masterpieces from the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Getty Museum, 1998, 256 p., 104 ill. NB & coul., éd. reliée : 80 $, distr. europ. Londres, Thames & Hudson, 50 £.
in 1988, as we were preparing to celebrate the th anniversary of photography, an international colloquium in Cerisy-la-Salle brought together some twenty conservatives, historians and critics around the theme: “The multiple inventions of the photograph”. As any flexibility was left to the guests as...
Shoebox type house, 6024, Cartier Street, Montreal, 1919
Construction date: 1919; ARC course 2340: Photography in architecture — Personal project — Été 2019; Professor: Alain Laforest; Photograph: Emmanuelle Goyer-Pétrin, 2019.05.22; Identification number: _DSC2208
XIth IAWIS/AIERTI International Colloquium
Several members of the CEEI organise a session or present a communication to the IAWIS/AIERTI International Colloquium, The reproduction of images and texts, from 10 to 14 July 2017 at the University of Lausanne Márcia Arbex-Enrico, presented a communication in the session "Ekphrasis: Reproducing th...
The photograph as an object, in the margins of the tradition
The photograph confirms its ambiguous medium position by moving away from the premise which limits it to a simple image and by raising recurring questions about its indicial character. It engages in spatial exploration and revisits the arrangements for its presentation. The photograph has left the b...
Rediscover Robert Mapplethorpe
This article is devoted to the archives of American artist Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989), stored since 2011 at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles. Taking advantage of a busy news, this study looks back at the processing of an archive not only to reconsider his work, but also to better pla...
Using ground based high resolution photography for seasonal snow and ice dynamics (Austre Lovénbreen, Svalbard, 79°N)
Photography, painting and the real. The question of landscape in Gerhard Richter's painting
23 chambers, followed by Identity Borders: the remediation of the selfie in the trilogy ‘Les colonies de l’image’ by Guillaume Corbeil
This research and creation memory composed of two parts focuses on remedying the photographic self-portrait (egoportrait) in the contemporary Quebec dramaturgy, in particular its relationship with the concepts of identity and image. The hybrid monologist Twenty-three chambers is divided into ninetee...
De Toro, Alfonso (ed.) (2013). Translatio. Transmediality and transculturality into literature, painting, photography and cinema. American-Caribbean — Europe-Maghreb. Paris: Harmattan, pp. 353
Between photojournalism and the auratic image: chronicle and photography in Roberto Arlt’s Trip to Spain
This article seeks to investigate the links established between journalistic discourse and photography in the aguafuertes o f the journey to Spain, published by Roberto Arlt as a correspondent for the newspaper El Mundo. We focus here on the pictures that appear with the chronicles to analyze two di...