1. Joel-Peter WITKIN & Paolo GIOLI


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    Joel-Peter Witkin… Bientôt trente ans de collaboration et de complicité transformées, au fil des ans, en amitié. Après près de quinze expositions personnelles à la galerie, et deux, voire trois fois plus, « hors les murs », que ce soit dans des institutions ou dans d’autres galeries, soudainement, une exposition bicéphale, Joel-Peter Witkin / Paolo Gioli. Pourquoi ce choix ? Il faut tout d’abord, rendre hommage au grand galeriste italien de Brescia, Massimo Minini, qui est venu me proposer ce choix et que je connais également depuis près de trente ans. Ensuite à Joel-Peter Witkin qui a accepté ce « challenge ». Une réponse gagnant/gagnant pour les deux artistes qui exposent dans deux lieux simultanément ! Joel-Peter Witkin et Paolo Gioli sont des créateurs qui ne sont pas vraiment photographes : ils utilisent tous deux le medium de la photographie pour aller vers une autre direction. Leur préoccupation commune est essentiellement picturale. La photographie est un support sur lequel les deux artistes vont intervenir, en triturant la matière, en travaillant la texture. L’un ( Joel-Peter Witkin) se sert de l’Histoire de l’Art pour la digérer et l’ingérer dans son oeuvre ; l’autre ( Paolo Gioli ) photographe des statuaires ou assimilés appartenant à l’Histoire de l’Art. Ces confrontations à la fois gémellaires et géographiques illustrent la complicité de certains intervenants du monde de l’Art qui restent attachés à leur passion et qui cherchent d’abord à communiquer cet amour et à servir de passerelle au spectateur et au collectionneur. Seules la synergie et l’union feront force pour lutter contre un univers du marché de l’Art devenu (apparemment ?) mercantile. Baudoin Lebon

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    • Jacob Witkin - Reel


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      • Joel-Peter Witkin | MNBA


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        Exposición "Vanitas" del fotógrafo Joel-Peter Witkin en el Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes Chile. Realizado por Contra. (www.contrafotografia.cl)

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        • C++ Cloth Simulator


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          This is my final project for CS224 - Interactive Computer Graphics at Brown University, taught by John (Spike) Hughes. I worked with Parker Porfilio. We implemented the cloth algorithm described in the paper "Large Steps in Cloth Simulation" by David Baraff and Andrew Witkin, and added an interactive user interface. The simulator uses implicit Euler integration, the modified preconditioned conjugate gradient method for solving the system of equations, adaptive time stepping, and constraints for basic collision response. We used C++ and OpenGL. In addition, we referenced David Pritchard's paper "Implementing Baraff and Witkin's Cloth Simulation" for more explanation on the force derivations. We also used Pritchard's code for optimizing sparse matrix operations. Music: "Golden Hours" by Brian Eno.

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          • Drawn to Paint: The Art of Jerome Witkin


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            • Joel Peter Witkin


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              director : jean-françois julian assistant director : guillaume loiret

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              • GEMINI


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                An NYU Graduate Candidate silent short film. Shot on super 16mm film, B&W, 2011. Rose, a young woman, is followed on her way home the morning after a reckless night. She confronts her shadow and discovers that love is greater than self-loathing. Inspired by photograph "The Kiss", by Joel Peter Witkin

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                • Joel-Peter Witkin: An Objective Eye Extended Trailer


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                  A new documentary from director Thomas Marino, taking a profound and introspective look into the life and art of the controversial artist, Joel-Peter Witkin. Along with an in-depth interview with Joel-Peter Witkin, the film features interviews from prominent artists, musicians, photographers, and scholars who share insight into the impact of Witkin's work and influence on modern culture. This film is set for independent release in 2012. Director of Photography Nickolas Rossi. Executive Producer BC Furtney. Produced by Sid Wimbish, Thomas Marino, and Shawn Leyva. Sound & Lighting Ernesto Galan. Music by Trevin Pinto. Check out our Kickstarter project! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/15748394/joel-peter-witkin-an-objective-eye-0?ref=live

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                  • Death, memory, and photography


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                    There is a recurrent notion of photography as evidence, it is assumed that photography reflects and reproduces the real. At the same time, photography theorists associate photography with death. This audio-visual presentation examines how photo-journalists and artists represent memory and death, in particular the dead body. Presentation by Nadine Wolf, New York University, October 2010.

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                    • NIN: The Making of the "Closer" Video


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                      28 minute feature with behind-the-scenes footage from the "Closer" video shoot and commentary from director Mark Romanek. From the underground "Closure" DVD release. Compiled/edited by Rob Sheridan.

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