Publication : SudanPhotoGraphs Vol. 4 – Elnour Editions
Exhibition : Nubia – Galerie Agathe Gaillard – Paris
Exhibition : De La Couleur (About Color) – Galerie Agathe Gaillard – Paris
Claude Iverné in a pubic talk with Chris Boot – Aperture Foundation – New-York
Exhibition : Claude Iverné, Bilad es Sudan – Aperture Foundation – New-York
Claude Iverné in a pubic talk with the philosopher Jacques Rancière – Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson – Paris
Exhibition : Claude Iverné, Bilad es Sudan – Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson – Paris
Publication : Bilad es Sudan – Éditions Xavier Barral
Exhibition : Photographies Soudanaises – Nicephore Niepce Museum – Chalon-sur-Saône, France
Publication : SudanPhotoGraphs Vol. 3 – Elnour Editions
After fifteen years of discovering, saving and documenting photograpy in the Sudan, All members of Elnour are proud to announce entry of one of us un internationnal public collections. After The works of Rashid Mahdi, Abbas Habib Alla works joined wensday 11 march 2015 the last acquisition of the french museum, musée du quai Branly.
The Museum, musée du quai Branly of Paris introduced twenty six vintages from Abbas Habib Alla works.
We arranged his first trip in Europe for this occasion, as a public conversation at the musée Nicéphoe Niepce ( french museum of photography ) where we planned exhibition and books about Claude Iverné and Abbas Habiballa for the comming year (2016) as entry of their works in the public collections this year.
Signature & Public Conversation SudanPhotoGraphs a photographic collection, conversation with Gael Coto & Claude Iverné Chateau d’eau Public Library, City Hall of 10th District of Paris. Dec 4, 6pm
Lecture : ” A singular history of photography in the Sudan though Elnour’s archives ” by Claude Iverné, Fouder of Elnour musée Nicéphore Niiepce, Chalon sur saône, France 16th april 2014, 6,45pm
Lecture : Une photographie affranchie with François Cheval, director of the Musée Nicephore Niepce & Claude Iverné – Rencontres d’Arles – Hôtel d’Arlatan – Arles, France – Tuesday, july 2nd, 5.15 PM