• Arles Magazine #4
  • Arles Magazine #4
  • Arles Magazine #4
  • Arles Magazine #4
  • Arles Magazine #4
  • Arles Magazine #4
  • Arles Magazine #4
  • Arles Magazine #4

Arles Magazine #4

ARLES is a magazine rooted in a geographical region, yet open to the world.
It offers a new perspective; a view from the south of Europe, shedding light on creativity from the Mediterranean region.
Its perspective is independent, offbeat, exotic for some, and is the product of a region that has been buffeted by the forces of history yet retains a humanist heritage that dates back thousands of years.

In the issue #4:


  • STORIES OF THE "ARLESIAN MILLEFEUILLE": Long-time director of the Rencontres de la photographie, François Hébel tells stories of daily life in suburban buildings or the landscapes of Camargue, illustrated by images of two photographers linked to Arles: Antoine d'Agata and Olivier Metzger.
  • AT THE TOP: At the top of The Tower, the last two floors offer a new perspective on Arles and the Camargue from a contemporary and luminous space, conceived by the designer Konstantin Grcic.
  • THE SUMMER OF UTOPIAS: A look back at the Pan-African Festival of Algiers in 1969, a unique blend of politics and music, art and struggle that brought together the entire continent but also African-Americans, from the Black Panthers to artists like Archie Shepp or Nina Simone.
  • AND ALSO: Marseille, the solar vibration in the drawings of Emilie Seto The New York writer Lydia Davis tells Arles.
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