From December 2011 to February 2012, the Imprimerie Nationale will be the guest of the Grolier Club of New York for a special exhibition entitled « Printing for Kingdom, Empire and Republic, Treasures of the Archives of the Imprimerie Nationale ». Drawn from the archives of the Imprimerie Nationale, the exhibition will document the history of printing and its influence on publishing and typography over the last five centuries.
Over 200 objects, most of them being classified as historic monuments will be on view in both Grolier Club galleries, including original manuscripts, rare books and artworks, punches and matrices dating from the sixteenth century to the present, engraved brass used to produce illustrations. Some objects will be exhibited for the first time in history.
Video installations are planned to provide visitors with an overview of the know-how of the Imprimerie Nationale, as well as demonstrations of all aspects of book production by the « Maîtres d’Art » of the Atelier du Livre d’Art et de l’Estampe of the Imprimerie Nationale.
A major publication will be created and produced by the Imprimerie Nationale’s Atelier du Livre d’Art et de l’Estampe (ALAE), and a day-long colloquium on the themes of the exhibition is planned for Tuesday, January 24, 2012.
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In closing the exhibition of "Treasures of the Atelier du Livre d'Art et de l'Estampe of the Imprimerie Nationale", presented in the windows of the gallery of Valois until 13 May, the Minister of Culture and Communication Frederic Mitterrand brought together players in the business last Friday. Were at his side Didier Trutt, CEO of Imprimerie Nationale, and the team of the Atelier du Livre d'Art et de l'Estampe with their director Christian Jourdain. The minister insisted that the members of the Atelier du Livre d'Art et de l'Estampe comment the windows of the gallery.
Excerpts from the speech of the Minister:
"These windows are a delight, it's absolutely magical. They show the expertise held by true artists in the workshop, itself surrounded by the Imprimerie Nationale." "I know there are many questions that arise about the workshop but you can be assured that I am one of your strongest supporters and I will remain." "I wish that the work of the workshop is always valued and I will ensure that we establish the best solutions to allow you to pursue in good conditions this admirable work."
SDW 2011 is the 'number one' international event for technology suppliers, security document printers, infrastructure providers and integrators in the fast-moving security document market place.
SDW 2001 event was focused on ePassports, eVisas, driving licences, national IDs, worker credentials,advanced border control, anti-counterfeiting and much more…
The event provided a global showcase for next-generation human identity solutions, focusing on intrinsic document security and on the new cutting-edge secure infrastructure now required to produce and use these advanced documents in live situations. Plus, a special focus on Intelligent Border Control…
Now in its fifth year, this acclaimed event goes from strength-to-strength, with full endorsement from government and industry.
In 2010, the event achieved record 1200+ attendance with51 countries represented. It also welcomed 330 conference attendees, almost 50 expert presenters and 71 exhibitors.
2011 promises to be even bigger and better…
Until 10 May, the Ministry of Culture and Communication presents in the windows of the Gallery Valois (Paris 1st district) the "Treasures of the Atelier du Livre d'Art et de l'Estampe".
This exhibition is part of the ninth cycle of "Crafts on Stage". Five large windows provide a craft of printing: lithography, monoprint, the collotype, typography and materials punches. Each case is illustrated by the remarkable productions of the workshop.
Two small windows provide great books for bibliophiles, as well as examples of type design and typography Eastern.
Craft Director: Treasures of the Atelier du Livre d'Art et de l'Estampe from March 23 to May 10 Windows of the Royal Palace, the Ministry of Culture and Communication Galerie de Valois Access Line 1, Metro Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre Opening hours of the garden: from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Organized and chaired by Eric Ciotti, deputy from the Alpes-Maritimes, rapporteur for the Law Commission Act guidance and programming for the performance of internal security
FREEDOM, TRUST, INNOVATION, WHICH GOVERNANCE OF TECHNOLOGIES FOR SECURITY?
Imaging and E-GOVERNMENT: WHAT ANSWERS AND TECHNOLOGY EFFECTIVE controlled?
Raphaël BARTOLT, préfet, directeur, Agence nationale des titres sécurisés, Jean-Louis BLANCHOU, préfet, responsable de la Mission pour le développement de la vidéoprotection, Olivier DARRASON, président du Conseil d'administration, IHEDN, Bernard DIDIER, directeur général adjoint, directeur Technique et de la Stratégie, Morpho, Groupe SAFRAN, Isabelle FALQUE-PIERROTIN, vice-présidente, CNIL, Élisabeth HUMBERT-BOTTIN, directrice générale, GIP modernisation des déclarations sociales, Jean-René LECERF, sénateur du Nord, Georges LIBERMAN, président-directeur général, XIRING, Valérie MALDONADO, chef de l'OCLCTIC, Catherine MARCK, responsable du Département de la coordination des maîtrises d'ouvrage, CNAMTS, Frédéric MASSÉ, directeur des Relations institutionnelles France, SAP, François-Daniel MIGEON, directeur général de la Modernisation de l'État, Ministère du budget, Jacques MIGNAUX, directeur général, Gendarmerie nationale, Éric PLAISANT, sous-directeur sûreté défense, DGAC, Xavier RAUFER, criminologue, Silvano SANSONI, directeur Secteur Public, IBM France, Luc VANDAMME, chef d'Unité "Schengen", Secrétariat général du Conseil de l'Union européenne, Dominique TIAN, député des Bouches-du-Rhône, Didier TRUTT, président-directeur général, Imprimerie nationaleclose
More than half of the countries of the European Union have launched or are preparing for electronic ID cards. Among the more recent, Germany and Poland. France, after securing his passport by the introduction of biometric passports, must climb to a comparable level of safety as his other identity and travel title, the national identity card.
By proposing to adopt the electronic national identity card, two major issues will be addressed.
- Fighting document fraud and identity theft by more reliable verification system demands and manufacturing capacity;
- Modernizing the national identity card and allow it to provide on the internet the same services as in everyday life.
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