Re: Alt collections in Europe
Just to say again that the SFP is a great place , you can handle Demachy ,
Puyo print and so much other . The best way to visit the place is to call
them at least 2 weeks before so you can have an appointment .
I also suggest you to ask for the lippman color image.
At 17:05 26/08/2008, you wrote:
Thanks for the info, Ding & al!
September 7 will be too soon, we are talking about more like late fall -
early spring. But Paris will definitely be a place to visit, and musée
d'Orsay is beautiful - last time I was there (1999 I believe) they had a
magnificent van Gogh exhibition...
But, we'd love also to expand our visit from temporary ongoing shows to
"hidden", more or less permanent collections. In that sense Société
française de photographie, suggested by Chris, sounds great.
I'm asking this info because we need to make a travel plan very soon to
get it accepted in the budget. I think a round trip to London to Paris to
some place (or two) in continental Europe would be the most realistic to
Before that, a colleague of mine, Pirkko, will be staying in Rome (in late
october if I'm remembering correctly), and we'd also appreciate your
advice on places to visit there.
----- Original Message -----
From: ding dangdong <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, August 26, 2008 13:50
Subject: Re: Alt collections in Europe
> Hello list,
> (its my first post here)
> If "in the near future" means before sept. 7, the musée d'Orsay
> exhibit, L'image révélée
> Premières photographies sur papier en Grande-Bretagne (1840-
> 1860) is still up here in Paris. there's also the bonus sideshow
> 'Le daguerréotype français' in the same venue and same ticket..
> Also in this city where cafés thrived in the old, rustic and
> distressed ambience, it wont be difficult to find walls full of
> 'alt prints' to gawk atwhile you savour your coffee...
> good day to all,
> the link to the exhibit:
> --- En date de : Mar 26.8.08, henk thijs
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit :
> De: henk thijs <email@example.com>
> Objet: Re: Alt collections in Europe
> À: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Mardi 26 Août 2008, 11h56
> There is a group in Germany: 'Gesellschaft fuer
> Photographische Edeldruckverfahren'.
> On 26 aug 2008, at 10:42, C.Breukel@lumc.nl wrote:
> Hi Jalo,
> There is (was?) a nice collection of dutch alt prints in my
> town Leiden, The Netherlands. It is called Het Prentenkabinet, I
> hve followed a course there on determination of Alt prints in 2002.
> The lady in charge is Dr Ingeborg Leĳerzapf, she also wrote
> quite a few books on photography in the Netherlands:
> http://tinyurl.com/5w3fcb , including a nice monograph on the
> work of a relative unkown but very productive and good alt.
> printer: Henri Bressenbrugge.
> Her Email adress from 2002: LEYERZAPF@RULLET.LEIDENUNIV.NL.
> BUT there was discussion on moving the collection and I do not
> know what the present status is, searching on internet did not
> give any clues..
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> Dear List,
> it may be possible that two of us teachers from our university
> will get a chance to make a trip to some European cities in the
> near future with a view to familiarize ourselves with European
> alt-photo works. We're particularly interested in UK, France,
> Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Italy...
> So I'd like to ask your advice: Can you recommend access (and
> possibly guidance) to public or private collections of original
> alt prints, historical or contemporary. What would be the best
> museums, educational institutes, academies, galleries, etc. in
> your country, relative to alt?
> If you prefer you can reply off-list.
> Thanks in advance,- Jalo
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