Sam Stourdzé 萨姆 • 斯道兹

Posted on 2015-08-30

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SAM STOURDZE is the director of Les Rencontres d’Arles Photography Festival.

A specialist of images, his research focuses on the contexts of their production, distribution and reception. He has studied for many years the mechanisms involved in the circulation of images, concentrating on the ties linking photography, art and cinema.

He organized a number of international exhibitions as an independent curator and published several books, notably Le Cliché-Verre de Corot à Man Ray, the retrospectives of Dorothea Lange and Tina Modotti, Chaplin et les images, Fellini, La Grande parade, or recently, Derrière le rideau – L’Esthétique Photomaton. Stourdzé received a fellowship from the Villa Medicis – French Academy in Rome. He was the director the Musée de l’Elysée and editor in chief of the Magazine ELSE from 2010 to 2014.

萨姆•斯道兹现任阿尔勒摄影节总监。

作为一名图像专家,他的研究包罗图像制作、发布和接收的联系。他已经深谙图像流转相关的技巧,专注于摄影、艺术和电影紧密之联系。

作为一个独立策展人,他成功组织了许多国际性展览并出版了数本图书,包括:著名的《柯罗•曼雷的透明底片》、《回顾桃乐丝•兰格和蒂娜•莫多提》、《卓别林和图像》、《费里尼》、《大阅兵》,还有最近的《幕后——美学的摄影棚》。斯道兹曾获得法国科学院驻罗马的梅迪奇别墅颁予的奖学金。他曾任爱丽舍宫博物馆的总监,并在2010年到2014年间担任《ELSE杂志》的主编。

RongRong 荣荣

Posted on 2015-08-29

1968年出生于福建,中国当代摄影艺术家,三影堂摄影艺术中心创始人及总监。他以“人与生存环境”、“人与自然关系”为艺术表达核心创作了包括《东村》、《六里屯》、《草场地》和《富士山》等享誉国际的摄影系列。作品被包括MoMA、美国盖蒂博物馆、瑞士尤伦斯基金会、东京都写真美术馆、森美术馆等国际顶级艺术机构和私人收藏。

2007年6月,荣荣与他的妻子,日本著名摄影艺术家映里共同创立中国首家非盈利艺术机构“三影堂摄影艺术中心”。在此期间,他们多次负责并策划东西方国际摄影大师及学者的大型展览、讲座及沙龙活动,包括成功举办三届具有国际影响力的“草场地摄影季·阿尔勒在北京”、“荒木经惟:感伤之旅”展览及跨越了7年里程碑的“三影堂摄影奖(TSPA)”。


RongRong was born in Fujian, China in 1968, he is a contemporary photographer and the founder and director of Three Shadows Photography Art Center. RongRong produced many well-known photo series including “East Village”, “Liulitun”, “Caochangdi” and “In Fujisan” based on the critical thinking of the beauty of the human body in nature and the urban environment. RongRong’s works have been acquired by collections such as, MoMA, Getty Museum, Myriam Guy Ullens foundation, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography and Mori Art Museum and other distinguished private foundations. In June 2007, RongRong with his wife, a Japanese photographer, inri established the very first non-profit Three Shadows Photography Art Centre (TSPA) in China. Over the years, RongRong plays an active role in programming and curating cross-disciplinary exhibitions, seminars and salons for established and emerging photographers both in Mainland China and overseas, such as the launching of “Caochangdi Photospring: Arles in Beijing” for three consecutive years, “Nobuyoshi Araki: Sentimental Journey/Decadence in Paradise”, as well as the most celebrated “Three Shadows Photography Awards” that just achieved its seven-year milestone.