Here is a focus on three of your favorite discoveries presented last November on Fisheye’s website.
Joris Couronnet, 25, grew up in Lyon. A town that he knows by day as he does by night. Friends, lovers… each encounter is associated with a photo. For the last three years, he has created a visual diary at once natural. what he loves to capture is always real, raw and explicit.
© Joris Couronnet
Holly Lynton, American photographer infuses her own memories and recollections with the power of photography in her series In Between. While gazing upon these images, time stops at a standstill, allowing a moment to reminisce. The smell of fresh grass, knee grazes, the sound of insects on a hot summers day. A fusion of cherished memories, a reminder to make the most out of life’s simple moments.
© Holly Lynton
In 2012, Ahmed Badreddine Debba takes the first pictures of l’homme à la Djellaba (the man in the Djellaba – ed). His objective? Arouse curiosity. Through his project, the young Algerian questions identity. Who is this man in his Djellaba? A lonesome walker? Someone straight out of a dream? In the image of a super hero, he is a mysterious individual close to the people, travelling in time and space. Certain have dreamt of uncovering his face, others have become frightened parading in twilight. The man in the Djellaba provokes our gaze, and stirs curiosity. Since 2012, this curious figure travels around Algeria and France. Public wasteland, a supermarket, a cave or even a mosque, the man in the Djellaba knows how to develop his gift of ubiquity.
© Ahmed Badreddine Debba