Robert Doisneau

(français, 1912 - 1994)

122, rue de provence, paris by robert doisneau

Robert Doisneau

122, Rue de Provence, Paris, 1952 - 1960

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graffiti by robert doisneau

Robert Doisneau

Graffiti

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l'homme sur le gazometre by robert doisneau

Robert Doisneau

L'homme Sur le Gazometre, 1949

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Biographie

Chronologie

1912
Born in Gentilly in the Val-de-Marne, France
1926 - 1929
Studied engraving at the École Estienne in Chantilly
1945
Met Pierre Betz, and began a series of reportage for the magazine Le Point; met Blaise Cendrars and Henri Cartier-Bresson
1956
Received the Prix Niépce
1975
Invited to participate in the Rencontres d’Arles
1981
Participated in a film by F. Moscowitz, Trois jours, trois photographes with Jean-Loup Sieff and Bruno Barbey
1985
Worked on the film Poète et piéton by Francois Porcile
1986
Participated in the Atget colloquium at the Collège de France
First video film for French television Antenne 2; received the Prix Balzak
1992
Appeared in the film Bonjour Monsieur Doisneau, directed by Sabine Azéma in celebration of his 80th birthday

Expositions

1996
Solo exhibition, Montpellier Photo-Visions, Galerie Municipale de la Pllotographie; Isetan Museum of' Art, Tokyo; Daimaru Museum, Osaka,Japan.
1995
Solo exhibition, A Homage to Robert Doisneau, Galerie du Chateau d'Eau h Toulouse.
Solo exhibition, Doisneau 40//44, Centre d'Histoire de la Résistance et de la Déportation de Lyons, Lyons, France.
1990
Solo exhibition, La Science de Doisneau, Jardin des Plantes, Paris.
1989
Solo exhibition, Doisneau-Renault, Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris.
1988
Solo exhibition, A Hormage to Robert Doisneau, Villa Medicis, Rome.
1987
St.-Denis, Musée de St.-Denis. (Solo)
1986
Group exhilbition, De Vogue à femme, Rencontres Inter- nationales de la Photographie d'Arles.
1984
Robert Doisneau, Photographe du di- manche Institut Lumiére, Lyons. (Solo)
1983
Solo exhilbition of 120 photographs, Museum of Fine Arts, Beijing.

Publications

1942
Illustrated his first book on science called Les Nouveaux Destins de l’intelligence français