2010-2020: Ten years in pictures by Say Who
In celebration of our 10-year anniversary, Say Who is proud to introduce our first limited-edition book retracing our history in pictures: PORTRAITS OF A DECADE.
The result of a year’s work, this nearly 500-hundred-page book is a celebration of the beautiful faces we discovered and followed over the past decade, as well as a reflection on the evolution of the Parisian and global cultural scene through the people who best embody it.
PORTRAITS OF A DECADE is available for worldwide shipping and click-and-collect in Say Who's offices in Paris.
About PORTRAITS OF A DECADE
Say Who began with a small group of friends who headed to parties thrown by other friends (Le Baron, Le Montana, Institut Bonheur at Bagatelle, NY NY...) armed with cameras. Say Who quickly became the ‘afterparty ritual’ for so many people and our website transformed into a who’s who of the nightlife scene. From night to day, Say Who grew into an influential cultural media over time, responding to the needs of clients looking for a platform to highlight their events through the people - formerly called mondains - who they invited.
PORTRAITS OF A DECADE is about looking at our shared memories to continue aiming towards a bright future. This book is dedicated to you, the reader. You may just find a picture of yourself in the following pages...
Photographers : Jean Picon, Valentin Le Cron, Pierre Mouton, Som Chantapitch, Paul Blind, Thomas Smith, Michael Huard, Ludovica Arcero, Ayka Lux, Nicolas Stajic, Romain Mayoussier, Cédric Canezza, Julien Weber, Federica Borgato, Sefora Delli Rocioli, Virgile Guinard, Remi Ferrante, Greg Vedrenne, Andrea Marcantonio, Maxime Brunet, Astrid Jamois
About Say Who
Since 2010, Say Who has offered a large panorama of the characters who shape today’s culture and art scenes. From the most confidential cocktail parties to official festivities (art fairs, festivals, exhibition openings...), Say Who covers Paris’ cultural life and events, and highlights its leading figures as well as the places that host them, while always making sure to bring a high-standard, relevant and artistic perspective. Who is who, and who does what within the artistic and cultural fields today? Creating this panorama of people is the challenge Say Who has taken on since 2010, which allowed it to become a major source of information for all professionals in the creative industries.