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eyecurious is a blog written by Marc Feustel about photography and all things related. My background is in Japanese photography, but eyecurious travels to as many photographic territories as possible through exhibition and book reviews, photographer interviews, random thoughts and a few experiments.

eyecurious now also has a sister tumblr, eyecurious books etc. This one doesn’t talk as much but is very fond of images of photobooks and other photo-stuff.

I am an independent curator and writer based in Paris. You can find out more about some of my projects here, follow my tweets here, and write to me at info [at] eyecurious.com

For those of you that are fond of the bonus feature, there’s an interview with me here and someone’s thoughts on the blog here.

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  • By Paris Projects | 12th Press on 7 September 2009 at 6:09 am

    [...] results, as you can see for yourself, are impressive.  But as Marc Feustel, another expat based in Paris, writes on eyecurious: I did find a lot of interesting material [...]

  • By Taka-Chan and I « LITTLE BROWN MUSHROOM BLOG on 8 March 2010 at 2:41 pm

    [...] photography by Alec Soth on March 8, 2010 In a recent post on photo-novellas, Marc Feustel of eyecurious mentioned two children books by Eikoh Hosoe and Betty Lifton. I just received Taka-Chan and I, [...]

  • [...] The NEPN is delighted to welcome our panel of invited speakers to debate the state and future of  photo-publishing.   Join us for an afternoon of discussion and inspiration.  Speakers include: Rob Hornstra, photographer, (www.thesochiproject.org), Bridget Coaker  photo-editor/curator (troika editions) Bruno Ceschel lecturer/writer/curator (selfpublishbehappy), Marc Feustel curator/writer/blogger(eyecurious). [...]

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