the24hourproject

“I’ve never really understood why people sleep. Wasting a third of your life and becoming vulnerable for almost 8 hours every night. Doesn’t seem very appealing to me” Banksy.

Paris, 21 March, 2015, 6:32 am in Montmartre — during three days, Paris was the most polluted city of the world — such a shame, but the fine particles fog gave a particular mood to images.

The 24 hour Project in the “LA Times”.

The 24 Hour Project serie…

“Bringing people into the here-and-now. The real universe. That’s the present moment. The past is no good to us. The future is full of anxiety. Only the present is real — the here-and-now. Seize the day.” Saul Bellow.

Paris, 21 March, 2015, 4:27am in Bastille. During the 24 Hour Project (click for mines through the years).

Paris, Pigalle, March 24, 2012, around 11:30am.

Mobile shot, previously unpublished.

The 24 Hour Project.

We are at it again.

On March 23, 2013, over 50 photographers from around the globe shooting non-stop during 24 hours their city — our world.

This year, our theme will be “ethni-city”, stay tuned on The 24 Hour Project feed or on the FaceBook page.

Meanwhile, take a look on last year, March 24, 2012, all over the world and in Paris (some of my outtakes)…

Thanx to Renzo, in NYC, and Sam, in LA.

March 23rd, around 7am, quai Malaquais, on the Seine.

Friend words.

Paris, candid, street portrait, outtakes of the 24hour Project 2013.

The 24 Hour Project: on March 23, 2013, over 65 photographers from around the globe shot during 24 hours non-stop their city — our world (Twitter feedFaceBook page).

I already posted some of my mobile ones, in Paris, on Flickr (album here). And here are my SLR ones.

Love, hate.

Street art, from the Kassovitz movie named “Hate”

“It is the story of the man who falls of a 50-storeyed building. The guy, according to his fall, repeats ceaselessly to feel reassured: ‘Up to here everything’s fine… Up to here everything’s fine… Up to here everything’s fine.’ But the important is not the fall. That’s the landing.” in La Haine (Mathieu Kassovitz).

Paris, rue Saint-Denis, March 23rd, 2013, 7:33pm (Daido Moriyama inspiration).

The 24 Hour Projecton March 23, 2013, over 65 photographers from around the globe shot during 24 hours non-stop their city — our world (Twitter feedFaceBook page).

I already posted some of my mobile ones, in Paris, on Flickr (album here). And here are my SLR ones.

“Jusque-là, tout m'a semblé si chaotique, si morcelé…Des lambeaux, des bribes de quelque chose, me revenaient brusquement au fil de mes recherches…Mais après tout, c'est peut-être ça, une vie…” Modiano.

“Until now, everything seemed so chaotic, so split… Scraps, fragments came back to me abruptly while searching… But, after all, maybe such is a life…”

Paris, boulevard de Strasbourg, street portrait (I knew none of them), March 23rd, 2013, 7:45pm.

The 24 Hour Project: on March 23, 2013, over 65 photographers from around the globe shot during 24 hours non-stop their city — our world.

See The 24 Hour Project Twitter feed or the FaceBook page.

I already posted some of my mobile ones, in Paris, on Flickr (album here).

Many thanx to Renzo Grande, in NYC, and Sam Smotherman, in LA.

Please, if you’re following my work, if I don’t follow you, and if you’re posting original contents, drop me a line!

The @24HourProject: 2013 featured by We Are Juxt

Created by two street photographers, Renzo Grande, in NYC, and Sam Smotherman, in LA, aka @aliveinnyc and @whittiersam in mobile photo networks.

On March 23th, 2013, 65+ street photographers in 35+ cities and 5 continents plus other 245+ guest participants shared the human aspect of their city story with 1 photo per hour for 24 hours.

This year’s theme was Ethni[city].

This is a powerful, communal marathon utilizing the power of social networking showcasing the best in street photography from around the world. The project began in the winter of 2011. The mission of the project is to show through both real time photos as the event unfolds and allowing an artist to review their work to show their best pictures captured of the city the photographer lives in with the world we all share – one hour at a time.

Learn more about the project. See more beautiful photos from around the world during those 24 hours. Support by spreading the word, if you’re on a mobile photography network – Instagram or EyeEm or Backspaces –, follow both @24hourproject (websiteTwitter feedFaceBook page) and @wearejuxt (website) for more information.

Click the links (colored or underlined words) to read and see more.

The @24HourProject website is now open at http://www.the24hourproject.net/


On March 24th, 2012, several cities all around the world lived through the street photographers lenses (cameras DSLR & iPhones) during 24 hours.

Here, in Paris, Beaubourg, 10:2pm, one of my “takeouts”.

Come & see the world turning round (or not) in Atlanta, Barcelona, Beijing, Berlin, Bochum, Castellon, Istanbul, Jakarta, Kuwait City, Leeds, Logroño, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Melbourne, Milan, Montréal, New York City, Oakland, Paris, Portland, San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Seattle, Shanghai, Singapore, Sofia, Tokyo, Toronto, Wangfujing, Zurich!

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24 Hour Project - Jakarta

Well, it seems we’re all, street photographers of the 24HourProject, pretty mad guys! 

I wanted to share this with you, coming from buddies in Jakarta. Enjoy!

(Booh! We don’t have any massage chairs in Paris…)

framework.latimes.com
'The 24 Hour Project' brings Instagram users together worldwide

Last month, 900 photographers from 72 countries participated in the third annual worldwide interactive, online event called The 24 Hour Project. Photographers —  including the project’s creators, S…

Hey! They’re speaking about the 24Hour Project in The LA Times, isn’t so cool! :)

Click on the title or here for The Los Angeles Timeshttp://framework.latimes.com/2014/04/03/the-24-hour-project-brings-instagram-users-together-worldwide/#/0

And, on March 22, 2014, the French Photo (well, we name it Photo, here) was talking about us too, here : http://www.photo.fr/blog/samedi-22-mars-passez-24-heures-dans-la-vie-du-monde.html