Centre pour la photographie du Château de l’Hom
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A centre for photography in the department of the Tarn

Located in a former winegrower’s house in the Château de l’Hom district of Gaillac, the Centre is dedicated to the transmission of photographic techniques. It is equipped with a complete digital workspace and a high quality laboratory for traditional developing and printing, thus permitting photographers to explore the numerous relationships between different kinds of techniques. Director Dominique Laugé, wishes to emphasize the concrete aspects of the art and to experiment at the juncture of its various applications.

The Centre has been designed to enable the diffusion of photographic art form. It offers courses and workshops, as well as encounters with recognized photographers during masterclasses. In order to facilitate exchanges, a separate room has been allocated for shared meals. In its elegant vaulted hall, exhibitions, conferences and projections can be organized, as well as other activities related to photography and cinematography.

DATE 15-06-2019
Juliette Le Roux is a photographer who travelled in Central Asia where she fell in love with stones. This series, taken in Kirghizstan, shows mountains, petroglyphs as well as material used by
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The sound of stones
The sound of stones
A workshop with Jon Cone in October Jon Cone has been providing innovative black and white inkjet techniques and methodology since 1993. He developed Piezography, which is a brand of
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Piezography® with Jon Cone
Piezography® with Jon Cone
DATE 01-07-2019
Dominique Laugé shows his project on the New Silk Roads, a trip across contemporary China. See the Press Kit pages 20 to 23.
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Exhibition in Arles
Exhibition in Arles

A centre for photography in the department of the Tarn

Located in a former winegrower’s house in the Château de l’Hom district of Gaillac, the Centre is dedicated to the transmission of photographic techniques. It is equipped with a complete digital workspace and a high quality laboratory for traditional developing and printing, thus permitting photographers to explore the numerous relationships between different kinds of techniques. Director Dominique Laugé, wishes to emphasize the concrete aspects of the art and to experiment at the juncture of its various applications.

The Centre has been designed to enable the diffusion of photographic art form. It offers courses and workshops, as well as encounters with recognized photographers during masterclasses. In order to facilitate exchanges, a separate room has been allocated for shared meals. In its elegant vaulted hall, exhibitions, conferences and projections can be organized, as well as other activities related to photography and cinematography.