Behind the Scenes

Gateway to India

If ever there was a metropolis that played to the camera, it is surely Bombay, a place of extremes. Now known as Mumbai, it is the richest city in India, a major seaport and an industrial and commercial hub: the New York of India.

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Afghanistan: Shooting Under Fire

I was feeling a mixture of fear and excitement at leaving Pakistan in disguise and going secretly into another country, with no real means of communication.

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The Temples of Angkor

I had first visited the temples of Angkor in 1989. I was immediately overwhelmed by what I saw, it was difficult to comprehend the majesty of the place. Angkor contains simply some of the most spectacular ancient temples on earth.

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Exhibitions

Peter Fetterman Gallery

September 10 - December 3, 2016

2525 Michigan Avenue Gallery A1
Santa Monica, CA 90404
www.peterfetterman.com

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News and Information

Steve McCurry - Vacheron Constantin Collaboration

I collaborated with Vacheron Constantin to create the Overseas Tour and add to the 20th anniversary of the Vacheron Constantin Overseas - an artistic project full of emotion and history. Six new locations have just been unveiled.

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Burma 2017 Workshop with James Nachtwey

Burma is one of the few countries in Asia that has preserved its deep religious and historical roots. Today, the country has just started opening up for foreign visitors and we are pleased to offer a workshop to this alluring land led by award-winning photographers Steve McCurry and James Nachtwey.

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Magnum Photos, Tome 3 - McCurry, NY 11 Septembre 2001

Steve McCurry était à New York le 11 septembre 2001. Manhattan est son île, son port d'attache entre deux reportages de l'autre côté du globe. Les tours jumelles étaient au centre de son horizon. Il les a vues tomber, s'est approché au plus près, photographiant sans comprendre, cadrant les cicatrices de la ville et de ses habitants.

Quinze ans après cette tragédie, Aire Libre et l'Agence Magnum se devaient de revenir sur les événements ; ce sera à travers les yeux de ce faiseur d'images, et sous la plume du si talentueux dessinateur coréen Jung Gi Kim.

Construit autour des disparus du World Trade Center, le récit déborde pourtant pour évoquer les nombreux voyages de ce photographe de guerre "par accident" et les images iconiques qu'il en a ramenées.

Mêlant presque 80 photographies (dont huit clichés inédits) et des entretiens à la fiction, McCurry NY 11 septembre 2001 nous offre le témoignage d'un homme qui observe le monde et ses habitants basculer du siècle d'avant au jour d?aujourd'hui.

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