1. Didier Bizet
Two theatres, one skating rink, eleven swimming-pools, twenty restaurants… Excessiveness rules aboard the Symphony of the Seas, the biggest cruise ship of the world. French photographer Didier Bizet spent a week on this gigantic boat to capture a floating American dream. Interview with the author of Make cruise (still) great again.
© Didier Bizet
French-British artist Mahaut Harley creates delicate collages composed of pictures from old erotic magazines and turns the ‘woman-object’ into a liberated woman.
© Mahaut Harley
In the book Kinderszenen, Belgian photographer Lionel Jusseret, the 2020 laureate of Prix Levallois, poetise the life – both sweet and raw – of children suffering from autism. A moving and poignant visual tale.
© Lionel Jusseret
In the book Les Enfermés (The Imprisoned, ed.), Jean-Christophe Hanché, based in Reims, France, weaved his way into prisons and psychiatric hospitals. Between poor living conditions and intolerable isolation, the photographer delivers a vibrant and sensitive narrative.
© Jean-Christophe Hanché
5. Hugo Ribes
Touching a doorknob, shopping at the supermarket, sneezing… During the Covid-19 pandemic, all gestures became a potential risk. For the first time, more than 4,5 billion people were confined and shared a common worry. In Mes ennemis invisibles (My invisible enemies, ed.), photographer Hugo Ribes puts together a chronology of social interactions and proposes an analysis of their risks.
© Hugo Ribes
Cover picture: © Didier Bizet