First Edition
14 November 2013
Jeu de Paume, Paris
FR | EN
Daniel Barroy
“Mastering the use and exploitation of images over the Internet”

The head of the photography section of at the Ministry of Culture clearly presented the challenges and opportunities of the photographic ecosystem in the years to come. France can no longer work alone, but must contribute, along with its European partners, to achieve this ambitious and attractive goal.

Daniel Barroy
Daniel Barroy
“Mastering the use and exploitation of images over the Internet”

Daniel Barroy graduated at the Political Science Institute of Paris and was a student at the School of National Administration (ENA). Since, he's occupied a series of prestigious Administration posts, including Cultural Affairs Monitor in 1995. In 2010 he began working as Chief of Photographic Missions, a position created by the General Director of Heritage. It is this post that inspired the Arago portal.

Speakers 2013

Pingo Van Der Brinkloev 9:33
Pingo Van Der Brinkloev
“Changing mindsets on creativity with collaborative online tools”
Jeff Gaudinet 8:18
Jeff Gaudinet
“Skatemoss: A collaborative artistic project”
Daniel Barroy 22:08
Daniel Barroy
“Mastering the use and exploitation of images over the Internet”
Nicolas Ferrary 9:45
Nicolas Ferrary
“Photography in the service of e-commerce”
Gilles Babinet 11:06
Gilles Babinet
“The challenges of intellectual property”
Valérie Henaff 16:38
Valérie Henaff
“Are we all photographers, all voyeurs?”
Xavier Romatet 26:25
Xavier Romatet
“A conversation on the media”
Gideon Jacobs 10:17
Gideon Jacobs
“100 year Capa’s visual discussion”
Dominique Sagot-Duvauroux 15:18
Dominique Sagot-Duvauroux
“Photography markets take the digital test”
Peter Littger 10:56
Peter Littger
“Introduction to new uses of photo in media”
Florian Meissner 11:29
Florian Meissner
“User privacy and the importance of the data they entrust to us”
Boris Petrovitch Njegosh 13:52
Boris Petrovitch Njegosh
“Imagery and innovation: the vectors of brand identity”
Julia Hoffmann 7:41
Julia Hoffmann
“Facts and figures on how photography increases sales.”