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Antoine d'Agata
French, b. 1961 (Member)
Held from From June 16th to June 20th, 2015, in collaboration with the Triennale der Photographie in Hamburg, an exclusive workshop with Antoine D'Agata has given 7 participants a rare opportunity to refine their photographic practice, to shoot and polish some new material.
This slideshow is the result of their intensive work during those five days. Read full story
May 8, 2019
The diagonal du vide, or ‘diagonal of emptiness’, describes a series of places which are amongst the most underrepresented in the French territory. Stretching across the nation – from the Belgian border in the north-east to the Pyrenees in the south-west – the disparate geographies of the area are unified by a low-density of industry, population and media coverage. Magnum photographer Antoine d’Agata... More...
Oct 2, 2017
Magnum photographers Matt Stuart and Antoine D’Agata will lead two individual workshops in Bangkok for photographers looking to improve their narrative and storytelling in their own.

The workshop is aimed at photographers with a good understanding of photographic practice, who are interested in narrative and storytelling and looking to take the next step in their development.

Each applicant will... More...
Education
Oct 19, 2016
“It’s not how photographers look at the world that is important. It’s their intimate relationship with it.”
Antoine d’Agata

Magnum Photos, Leica Akademie Italy and Camera – Centro Italiano per la Fotografia are proud to announce a workshop with Antoine d'Agata in Turin on November 5th and 6th as part of their Magnum Masterclass series.

Each participant must bring a small presentation of their existing... More...
Featured Essays
Aug 31, 2015
At the borders of Europe, migrants try to force their way into this impenetrable citadel. Migrants, a generic name for lives that are nonetheless distinct. Through photography and video, Antoine d’Agata distances himself from a sensational or dramatic approach. He gets right up close to the experience and the odyssey of these men and women. Their everyday lives consist of vagabond journeyings along... More...
Jun 15, 2015
When I was on the ground, I constantly questioned the usefulness of my presence. I photographed people dying, to show them to those who let them die.
-Antoine d’Agata

Personal odyssey is the focus of this body of photographic and video works by Antoine D’Agata. The French photographer sought out migrants in Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Slovakia, Ukraine, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia in order to experience,... More...
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