The Fnac Honors Africa
During Paris Photo, the Fnac will for the first time be displaying major African works from its collection and will organize an extensive program around Africa in its Photo Galleries.
Works by Titouan Lamazou, Uche Okpa Iroha and Philippe Bordas will be on display at the recently renovated Fnac des Ternes and the Forum.
The Fnac is reviving its traditional family portraits after Malick Sidibé’s success at the Fnac Lyon Bellecour in 2010, and is inviting the public, on November 11-12, to take advantage of young Congolese photographer Baudouin Mouanda’s studio. Mouanda is known for his work on African fashion.
Philippe Bordas – “Les chasseurs du mali"
Uche Okpa Iroha – Under the bridge life and finding rest
Galerie Photo Fnac Forum des Halles
Porte Berger – level -2
1-7 rue Pierre Lescot 75004 Paris
Exhibition October 18 / December 21
Open Tuesday thru Saturday, 2pm/7:30pm
Titouan Lamazou – Ténèbres au paradis, Africaines des grands lacs
Galerie Photo Fnac des Ternes
26-30, avenue des Ternes 75017 Paris
Exhibition October 18 / December 31
Open Monday thru Saturday 10am /8pm
Galerie Photo Fnac Bordeaux
50, rue Ste Catherine 33000 Bordeaux
Exhibition October 26 / December 31
Open Monday thru Saturday 10am / 7:30pm
Family portraits by Baudouin Mouanda
Exceptionally at the Fnac des Halles Photo Gallery on November 11 and 12, 2011 !
« Come well dressed and leave with your portrait »
The Fnac is reviving its traditional family portraits after Malick Sidibé’s success at the Fnac Lyon Bellecour in 2010, and will be inviting the public on November 11-12 to take advantage of the studio installed by the young African photographer Baudouin Mouanda, known for his work on Congolese fashion. A typically African studio, playful and colorful, will be specially installed for the occasion.