About the French MAGNUM photographer Antoine D'AGATA (b.1961, in Marseille)
Antoine D'AGATA is a photographer and film director. His work deals with topics that are often considered taboo, such as addiction, sex, personal obsessions, darkness, and prostitution. He studied photography at the International Center of Photography in New York City in 1990, under the tutelage of Larry CLARK and Nan GOLDIN. In 2001 he won the Niépce Prize for young photographers. He's has been a full member of Magnum Photos since 2008. He has published more than a dozen books and three films.
Photo books by and with contributions by Antoine D'AGATA (a selection)
- 'Mala Noche' (1998); 'Insomnia' (2003); 'Vortex' (2003); 'Stigma' (2004); 'Manifeste' (2005); 'Agonie' (2009); 'Ice' (2011); 'Position(s)' (2012,); 'Paraiso' (2013); 'Anticorps' (2013); 'Antibodies' (2014); 'Fukushima' (2015); 'AiTHO' (2015); 'Index' (2015); 'Cidade de Pedra' (2016); 'Codex. Mexico 1986–2007' (2016); 'Lilith' (2017); 'Self-Portraits: 1987–2017' (2017); 'Oscurana' (2018); 'Acéphale' (2018); 'Hunger' (2018); 'Home' (2018); 'S.T.A.S.I.S.' (2019); 'VIRUS' (2020); 'Praxis' (2021), 'Psychodemie' (2022); 'Too Much But Not Enough' (2023, together with Yang LI)