Stories

© Olivier Jobard / MYOP

Ghorban, born a day that does not exist — Olivier Jobard

2018

La dura vita — Olivier Laban-Mattei

2013
Beirut 75-15

Lebanon / Beirut 75-15 — Stéphane Lagoutte

2012 - 2015
Inti and Loula, a she wolf.  It was the 70s and the communities flourished in Ariege. Inti is a child of hippies, neo-rurals who settled in these mountains of Couserans. Until the age of 8 years he lived in the middle of the forest and the animals.

La vie sauvage — Pierre Hybre

2013 - 2016
Bus 96.

After Oluja — Jérémy Saint-Peyre

2014 - 2015
Adela, #Stéphanoisfier (2016)

#Stéphanoisfiers — Ed Alcock

2016 - 2017

About

  

The initials M.Y.O.P. are inspired from a poem by the surrealist poet Paul Eluard:

«Mes yeux objets patients / étaient à jamais ouverts / sur l'étendue des mers / ou je me perdais » 

"My eyes, patient objects / forever open / on the open seas / where I lost myself"

The photographers of Agence MYOP have gathered around the idea of assumed subjectivity in their photography. Over the ten years since the agency's creation by Guillaume Binet and Lionel Charrier the notion of resistance has become a particular focus:
 
Resistance to the forces of commercial photography;
Resistance through defending documentary photography;
Resistance via an engaged photographic view of the world.
 
Agence MYOP represents a group of 19 photographic artists who bring together their differing visions of contemporary photography and who question today's world through the stories they tell.

Editorial Manager : Antoine KIMMERLIN

MYOP

56 rue de la Bidassoa - 75020 Paris, FRANCE

Antoine Kimmerlin
Editorial Manager
/ Phone :+33 (0)1 42 33 82 35
/ E-mail : bureau@myop.fr

Publications

Le pays maudit - L'Obs

2017

Days Japan - Georgia(ns)

2017

VSD

2018

National Geographic. Nepal

2014
Primaires de la droite

Society

2017

Omone (Mother) Broken Blood Lines M Magazine

2014

Pélerin. Le port du Havre a 500 ans

2017

Slave Today in France. An awareness campaign for the Comité Contre l'Esclavage Moderne (CCEM)

2016