itsnicethat| November 2017
The Anonymous Project charts our history using strangers photographic slides
“As a filmmaker I have always loved stories and colour slides feel like a frame cut out of a longer narrative,” explains founder of The Anonymous Project, Lee Shulman. Originally from the UK but now based in Paris, Lee’s obsession with photographic slides led him to begin the project in January of this year as a means of collecting and protecting stranger’s Kodacrome-colour slides from flea markets and personal collections…
The Guardian | Octobre 2017
Colourful lives: salvaged snapshots from the Kodachrome era – in pictures
The Anonymous Project’s mission is to rescue collections of slide photography from flea markets and house clearances to digitise them before the chemicals degrade. Here is a selection of their favourite salvaged transparencies – photographers and (almost) all subjects unknown.
Polk’alternative | Septembre 2017
Les diapos de la mémoire
Emmanuelle Halkin, éditrice photo, et Lee Shulman, réalisateur, ont créé à Paris la plateforme collaborative The Anonymous Project. Leur idée fixe: conserver la richesse du patrimoine visuel depuis le début des années 50 à travers des diapositives du monde entier.