Photographes G à J






Polly Gaillard 
Photographe américaine.
 Pas d'informations (via: http://giodati.blogspot.fr/). © Polly Gaillard
http://www.pollygaillard.com/




Gao Brothers (Zhen et Qiang nés en 1956 et 1962)
Artistes chinois.
Black Space n°6, 2004, 120 x 120 cm. © Gao Brothers 
http://parisbeijingphotogallery.com/main/gaobrothersworks.asp









 Stéphane Giner, Street Twins.
 
Stéphane Giner, Street Twins.
http://stephaneginer.com/gallery/street-twins/ 


Andrej Glusgold (né en 1968)
Né en Modavie (Union Soviétique), travaille en Allemagne.
After Hitchcock from the series Fairytales, 2010

http://glusgold.com/
http://glusgold.blogspot.fr/

 

Andrej Glusgold, After Hitchcock from the series Fairytales, 2010


Andrej Glusgold, "XTO Image Awards 1. prize at the category Fine Art", 2010.



 Maurice Guilbert,  
Double portrait de Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, 1892, photomontage.
© Musée Toulouse-Lautrec, Albi, France. 


 heatherandellie
Twins
http://www.modelmayhem.com/456840 

George Holz (né en 1956)
Photographe américain.
Identical, 2000, silver gelatin print, 14 x 17 inches. © George Holz
http://georgeholz.com/


Roni Horn (née en 1955)
Artiste, photographe et écrivain américaine.
Clown Mirror 2, 2001, 2 C-Prints, 30 x 30 cm.. © Roni Horn


Frank Horvat (né en 1928)
Né en Italie, d'une famille juive d'Europe centrale, vit en France.
Figure romane, Série "Sculptures romanes", 1996-1997.  © Frank Horvat
http://www.horvatland.com/index_fr.htm 




Kolë Idromeno, 
Deux jeunes musulmans, Albanie, 1910.





video
Marilyn Monroe 15 years old, with twins, Getty Images Crédits Sherie Williams Footage, 
1 juillet 1941.


 Inconnu. Via blog Weimar Art: http://weimarart.blogspot.fr/2011/06/twins-triplets.html

 Inconnu, "Greek nude", le danseur Joseph Simons (double exposition)



Inconnu


Inconnu


 Inconnu, Pochette de l'album "L'un n'empêche pas l'autre" de Brigitte Fontaine, 2014.


 Inconnu


 Inconnu


 Inconnu, années 1930

 Inconnu

Inconnu.


Inconnu.


 Inconnu


 Inconnu, circa 1910, 8,8 x 13,5 cm., France. (Double exposition, cabinet photo).



Inconnu, circa 1900, 14 x 8,8 cm ( Double exposition, cabinet photo).



Inconnu,  "Turn your dog into two dogs", circa 1950.



Inconnu, 13,9 x 8,7 cm. (Double exposition) 


Inconnu, circa 1900, 8,8 x12,7 cm. (Double exposition)


 Inconnu, "Horseless wagon, Mendota", 1900, 13,9 x 8,7 cm. (Double exposition) 


 Inconnu, in manuel photo Cokin, "Double exposure".



Inconnu,  circa 1920, 8,8 x 13,8 cm. (Double exposition).


Inconnu, circa 1900. (Double exposition)


Inconnu




Inconnu

Eric Itschert,  « Narcisse », détail photo © Eric Itschert


Frieke Janssen (née en 1980)
Photographe belge.
http://frieke.com/#!/images/all/
 Photo de la première collection de Stromae avec le collectif Mosaert, 2014.



  Photo de la première collection de Stromae avec le collectif Mosaert, 2014.


Frieke Janssen?, Saisie d'écran du clip vidéo Papouatai de Stromae, 2013.





Philippe Jarrigeon (né en 1982)
Photographe français.

Rayure, 2012. © Philippe Jarrigeon
http://philippejarrigeon.com/




Svetlana Jovanovic (née en 1970)
Photographe née en Serbie, vit aux Pays-Bas.
 Jamie & Sheila, 2009. © Svetlana Jovanovic
http://www.photofatale.com/
http://svetlanajovanovic.wordpress.com/




Svetlana Jovanovic, Mash & Caro, 2009. © Svetlana Jovanovic 



J.T.R., Twins, Via Flickfr.



"I had just come from the ICP (http://www.icp.org/), where I stood with my wife and son marveling at the Diane Arbus "identical twins" photo (http://www.artnet.com/artwork/424835629/138991/identical-twins-roselle-nj.html). Ten minutes later, as we were waliking back to the Park Central Hotel, around 6th ave. and 56th, I spotted this pair. They were with an over-middle-aged, eastern european looking woman dressed in a black velour sweatsuit. I immediately asked them if they would pose, and without a word, the hurried into this pose. I had to hurry back to my wife and son, and regret not having more time to chat with them. I did not even get their names. Not very Diane Arbus of me. I also took a photo with my Holga. I saw them with the woman the next day in Bryant Park, but they were wearing dfferent outfits. One of them was checking her hair in a mirror. Although they readily posed for the camera, I don't have model releases for this image..."






 J.B. Jungblut, jumelles, c.1900, Metz, France. Cabinet photo.










 

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