FORTHCOMING

LEARN TO SEE
SUSAN MEISELAS

delpire & co re-issues Learn to See: A Sourcebook of Photography Projects by Students and Teachers (Polaroid Foundation, 1974), a publication conceived when Susan Meiselas was a teacher in Bronx public schools in New York.

With the participation of other educators, artists and researchers, she created a tool dedicated to experimentation and learning through images. In a series of 101 playful exercises, the book progressively explores the basics of photographic language and, through stagings reflecting the daily life of the time, highlights the gaze of children from underprivileged neighborhoods of New York, South Carolina or Mississippi.

Learn to See not only takes us back to the origins of Meiselas’ collaborative work and uninterrupted engagement with communities, but also seeks to inspire image makers and push them to explore new forms of interactions with our environment.

Learn to See is at the origin of the book Eyes Open, 23 photographic ideas for curious kids, published this year and available in bookstores.

The reissue is limited to 500 copies, available exclusively at delpire & co. Reissue with the support of Analogue by Janvier

More information to come very soon …

  • Learn to See: A Sourcebook of Photography Projects by Students and Teachers. Fondation Polaroid, 1974. © Susan Meiselas/Magnum Photos

  • Learn to See: A Sourcebook of Photography Projects by Students and Teachers. Fondation Polaroid, 1974. © Susan Meiselas/Magnum Photos

  • Learn to See: A Sourcebook of Photography Projects by Students and Teachers. Fondation Polaroid, 1974. © Susan Meiselas/Magnum Photos

  • Learn to See: A Sourcebook of Photography Projects by Students and Teachers. Fondation Polaroid, 1974. © Susan Meiselas/Magnum Photos

In bookshops
April 1st

eyes open
susan meiselas

23 PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECTS FOR CURIOUS KIDS - FRENCH EDITION

AT THE BOOKSTORE
6 May — 26 June

PHOTOGRAPHY AS A GAME

THE BOOKSTORE AND GALLERY REOPENS IN SAINT GERMAIN DES PRÉS

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