One Year for Paris 2017



We knew it could happen but we didn't want to understand it. Since the January and November 2015 attacks,
we have changed the way to look at our city and enjoy its freedom, cafés and parties, munuments, and even flat grey light and rainy days.
We asked photographers to celebrate Paris with us, and have gathered their different visions.

Since 2012, Lozen up has published calendars to support people in need through charitable organizations.
We initiated this project after the 2011 Tsunami in Japan, and have supported Japanese Red Cross (2012),
National Parents to Support Children from Radiations (2014, 2015), and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mississippi (2016).

Proceeds from all 2017 calendar sales will be donated to the Fondation de France,
which supports attack victims and the prevention of radicalism.


Contributors :
Aaron Stern, Alberto Garcia Alix, Alexandre Tabaste, Alexis Armanet,
Amaury Da Cunha, Amit Israeli, Cheryl Dunn, Christer Strömholm,
Cyrille Weiner, Daido Moriyama, Daniel Arnold,
Deborah Leca & Jonathan Paciullo, Erwin Blumenfeld, Estelle Hanania,
Fred Lahache, Gianluca Tamorri, Giasco Bertoli, Guido Mocafico,
Guillaume Belvèze, JH Engström, Joel Meyerowitz, Jordan Sullivan,
Juergen Teller, Kamil Zihnioglu, Laurent Kronental, Laurent Laporte,
Marcelo Gomes, Marguerite Bornhauser, Marion Berrin, Matias Indjic,
Maxime Verret, Mazaccio & Drowilal, Morten Andersen, Myr Muratet, Nguan,
Nicholas Calcott, Nicolas Silberfaden, Ola Rindal, Patrick Messina,
Quentin de Briey, Rinko Kawauchi, Romain Laprade, Ronan Guillou,
Ryuichi Ishikawa, Samuel Kirszenbaum, Saskia de Brauw, Shane Lynam,
Stéphanie Solinas, Takashi Homma, William Klein, Ye Rin Mok.

Editorial supervision : Laurence Vecten
Graphic Design : Madoka Rindal

Weekly calendar
18 x 23 centimeters
28 sheets
offset printing
750 copies

25 euros, shipping included (all destinations)
Ordering more than 1 copy? Please, get in touch: lozenup (at) gmail.com

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