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    Paolo Pellegrin - Des oiseaux
    Paolo Pellegrin - Des oiseaux
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    Paolo Pellegrin – Des oiseaux

    A member of the Magnum agency, Paolo Pellegrin is one of the great photojournalists of his generation. The visual power of his images bears witness to the political, economic and ecological upheavals of the world. His inquisitive mind leads him to put his lens on subjects that are sometimes more contemplative, where nature holds a major place. Thus, during a stay in Japan, the photographer, who went to attend the famous sakura zensen or cherry blossom, is seized by the majesty of a colony of eagles. In Kyoto, the Shimogamo temple, located in the delta of the Kamo-Gawa river, stands in the heart of the Tadasu no Mori forest, or "forest of truth". This Shinto shrine, dating back to the 7th century, is nestled in the middle of a primary forest populated by eagles. Hovering above the visitors, emerging from the foliage with their wings spread, the eagles fly close to the photographer. Their dazzling speed is captured in tight framing: the birds seem to jump out of the frame or fly out of it at full speed. The choreographies follow one another: as a soloist, in duet or in group, these fascinating birds of prey seem to glide through space. Standing out against saturated black and white skies, Pellegrin's eagles stare at us, challenge us, surprise us. Their majesty forces the admiration: they glide, sketch many acrobatics. Their remiges become fingers, their wings become capes. Defying the laws of gravity, immersed in the depths of the undergrowth, Pellegrin's birds invite us to enter a mysterious and ghostly world, where only the animal presence reigns.
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    Terri Weifenbach - Cloud Physics
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    Terri Weifenbach – Cloud Physics

    What perceptions do we have of our environment, what is our relationship to the sensitive world? How to capture the elusive in photography? For this new series, Terri Weifenbach is interested in living things, nature, water, air, light, fire, and questions the ability of photography to capture the evanescence of natural and sensitive phenomena. Starting from the study of scientific instruments that measure with great precision meteorological events such as cloud formation, the American photographer invites us to explore the changing, metaphorical character of these impalpable events with all the poetry and finesse that characterize her work. An exploration of the sensitive in contact with the elements During a residency at one of the scientific observation sites of the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Research Facility (ARM), dedicated to the study of atmospheric phenomena, Terri Weifenbach photographed measuring instruments - installed on a vast plain in Oklahoma - like ready-made. Twilight radiometers, ceilometers, sunphotometers and rain gauges are captured as sentinels recording climate change. Faced with the photographic protocol of these scientific tools, the American photographer deploys an immersive visual corpus: from the salt marshes of St. Catherines Island to the deep valleys of Montana, from the immemorial parks of Nara, Japan, to the Jardin des plantes of the Muséum national d'histoire naturelle in Paris, Terri Weifenbach's images immerse the reader in a nature perceived through its minute variations of light, humidity, and cloudiness. The clouds thicken, are tinged with golden shades, the plant world rustles, sometimes seems to slip away between blur and sharpness, the animal presence is revealed in the hollow of a wood. The photographic gesture becomes perception. Where are we? The reader will know it only at the end... An essay by Luce Lebart, on the emergence of artists' interest in meteorological phenomena from the Renaissance to the first scientific studies on clouds published at the dawn of the 19th century, places Terri Weifenbach's photographic approach in the long artistic quest to try to restore the world's sensitivity.
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    Bruce Gilden - Cherry Blossom
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    Bruce Gilden – Cherry Blossom

    This book brings together the photographs that Bruce Gilden took in Japan during two residencies and several trips between 1995 and 1999, presenting both the most iconic and half of the unpublished ones. As always, on an impulse of a few fractions of a second, the Magnum photographer gets as close as possible to his subjects and catches them on the fly. In Tokyo and Osaka, he looks for impenetrable places and is interested in the communities that Japanese society tries to hide, especially the yakuzas, motorcycle gangs, marginal people... The result is a gallery of disturbing and fascinating portraits. Twenty years later Inspired by the exhibition on "The New Japanese Photography" at MoMA in 1974, Bruce Gilden arrived in Japan twenty years later for a first six-month residency at the Villa Medici, followed by a second three-month residency in 1998 in the followed by a second residency of three months in 1998 within the framework of the Japan Foundation and several trips until 2000. With his Leica, he leaves every day, at dawn, to explore a Japan that we don't know, the one of the people on the fringe in the big Japanese metropolises, especially in the dangerous district of Sanya where gangsters I thought I had landed in another world, a kind of Japanese version of the Court of Miracles, where all the day laborers, the destitute, the alcoholics and other socially excluded losers live from day to day. In the evening they light braziers to keep warm and in the early morning they queue up in the hope of being hired by the yakuzas for a small job. I took the subway almost every day to arrive at 5:30 in the morning, in the dark, alone, and trusted my instincts to sniff out danger." Each image is a powerful, nervously energetic encounter that creates the picture of a strange and singular street scene. A first selection of these photographs was published in GO in 2000 and for this new book, twenty years later, Bruce Gilden has delved into his archives. With the benefit of hindsight, he has extracted some thirty unpublished images from these hallucinated stays in search of personalities as strong as his own. In this way, he transcribes his vision of Japan. As an introduction, the photographer also makes us relive his peregrinations through several anecdotes and stories.
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    Ilanti Illouz - Wadi, dans la clarté des pierres
    Ilanti Illouz - Wadi, dans la clarté des pierres
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    Ilanit Illouz – Wadi, dans la clarté des pierres

    Ilanit Illouz fragments the narrative of family, social or fictional stories. Her elliptical images have something ghostly about them that suggest to go further, to enter deeper into a new materiality. She brings her gaze to the ground like an archaeologist to isolate the defects, to collect fossils, barks or pebbles on this ground cracked by history. The trace visible or not becomes the narrative thread and the basis of the work, of the artist who weaves the link between the past and the present. In 2016, thanks to a grant from the Artists' Foundation, she explored the Judean desert and the banks of the Dead Sea on the border of Palestine, Jordan and Israel. Territories shaped by an immemorial history and located in a zone of political and economic conflicts. This great salt lake has lost a third of its surface area in fifty years and is now threatened with extinction. The drought has had the effect of multiplying the craters that pierce the land on all sides, which is riddled with salt pockets. These "Dolines" have inspired Ilanit the eponymous title of a long term work (2016-2020) documented in this book by and with the artist WADI, in the clarity of the stones. Starting with color shots, the artist develops a body of unpublished salt prints that crystallize and cover the landscapes they compose. "The crystallization of salt after the wet, in Illouz, echoes this dust. Where the Dead Sea withdraws, the fossilized humidity keeps a trace of its passage, a poetic as well as political concretion that transmits what cracks, deforms and resists." E.Notéris
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    Martin Bogren - Passenger
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    Martin Bogren – Passenger

    "A major figure in contemporary Swedish photography, Martin Bogren is developing a work in which the personal and poetic dimension is asserting itself with a practice of photography that is part of a form of initiatory journey. In Passenger, even though the photographs were taken in India during several stays in Calcutta, it is not an Indian chronicle. It is about something else, a form of wandering, which is not limited to a geographical journey, a test of distance or confrontation with an unknown environment and culture, a change of scenery. The photographer delivers a set where a form of abandonment pierces, of letting go that he translates with harsh or dreamlike images. His photographs emerge as subjective visions that reveal ambivalence, angelic or monstrous figures, lightness and violence. For the first time, he integrates color into his work, which he alternates with great consistency with his black and white approach. As a way of developing a language that allows him to experience the world and himself." Caroline Bénichou
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    Fisheye Photo Review 2021.22
    Fisheye Photo Review 2021.22
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    Fisheye Photo Review 2021.22

    Now available for pre-order, at a special price! Delivery scheduled for mid-November. 1.5 kg of photos, 291 photographers, 564 images. For the fifth consecutive year, Fisheye sums up a year of explorations, curations and digital publications in a physical book with a refined aesthetic. In 376 pages, 291 photographers, 564 images and almost 1.5 kg, we take the time to observe. All of these series were featured over this past year, i.e., during the pandemic. A suspended time, where dreamlike images have taken on an unprecedented role in our mostly often direct, even crude, relationship with the world—almost as if it were necessary to find crossroads to transmit a mental projection, to reinvent a relationship with reality in order to better embellish it. The Fisheye Photo Review 2021.22, a true “bible” of contemporary photography, a handbook of inspirations, a guide of rising stars offers unexpected connections between fashion, documentary, intimate and experimental projects. This book gives a unique insight into today's visual arts, and proves that there are no limits to audacity. Whether they work with cyanotype, film or digital, the 300 or so artists published here send us a unique and positive message. No, creativity is not at rest!
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  • Fisheye Magazine 49
    Fisheye Magazine 49
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    Fisheye Magazine #49

    Invisibility

    This new issue of Fisheye, placed under the sign of invisibility, highlights the work of artists who remind us of the political dimension of images. Like the South African photographer Zanele Muholi (on the cover), who shows us how much an image can impact our consciousness, or Elliott Verdier's portfolio in Liberia, or Parlamenti and Pantanella's one that traces the cartography of "countries that do not exist". Not to mention the exceptional work of Guillaume Herbaut, who paints a scathing portrait of a Fifth Republic at the end of its rope.

    Telling Inspire Reveal - Contemporary Photography
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  • Hors Série Fisheye - AFP - Les Années Argentiques 1944 - 1998
    Hors Série Fisheye - AFP - Les Années Argentiques 1944 - 1998
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    Special Issue Agence France-Presse – Les années argentiques 1944 – 1998

    Agence France-Presse

    Les années argentiques 1944 - 1998

    Fisheye Special Issue, 100 pages

    For the first time in its history, Agence France-Presse (AFP) is exhibiting a selection of its film years (1944-1998), and organizing an auction. Fisheye's special edition has plunged into the 200 best pictures of these five decades to offer you the most beautiful ones, and to allow you to (re)discover some hitherto unknown authors' views.
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  • François Prost – Gentlemen’s Club
    François Prost – Gentlemen’s Club
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    François Prost – Gentlemen’s Club

    In 2019, François Prost goes on a trip across America. Instead of visiting national parks or exploring big cities, he preferred to take his camera on the trail of strip clubs, from Miami to Los Angeles, in broad daylight. The resulting series, Gentlemen's Club, examines American culture and urbanism in the same breath. Taken from a medium distance, these 200 photographs highlight the stark geometry of American roadside architecture as well as dominant views of gender and sexuality. This work is a continuation of the After Party series, which compiles hundreds of images of nightclub facades in daylight across France. Many thought at the time that these images had been made in the USA (most of these nightclubs draw their architectural and stylistic references from post-war American pop culture). So it was quite natural that the photographer turned to the United States to continue this work.
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  • Masahisa Fukase – SASUKE
    Masahisa Fukase – SASUKE
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    Masahisa Fukase – SASUKE

    After the monograph on all his work, this book is devoted to the emblematic series of Masahisa Fukase around his two cats, Sasuke and Momoe, mixing iconic and unpublished photographs. In 1977, Fukase turns his lens towards his new companion: Sasuke. Surrounded by felines since childhood, he decided with the arrival of this new kitten to make it a photographic subject in its own right, fascinated by this lively creature named after a legendary ninja. To his dismay, Sasuke disappeared after ten days and the photographer put up a hundred posters of his lost cat (those on the cover of the book) in his neighborhood. A person brings him back his cat but it's not Sasuke, but he welcomes him with the same affection. A year later, he takes a second cat, nicknamed Momoe, who will also enter the frame. Fukase will not tire of photographing their games, which will become a real field of visual experimentation without limits. As is often the case in his work, this is a form of projection of the photographer into his subject. The cat, a faithful companion who does not leave him, takes the place of his wife, an eternal heartache, represented later by the emblematic fleeing crows. His cats were the subject of several books during his lifetime. Tomo Kosuga, director of the Fukase archives, has delved into this body of images to conceive this book as the culmination of a series of publications dedicated to his felines.
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  • Fisheye Magazine 48
    Fisheye Magazine 48
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    Fisheye Magazine #48

    Renaissance

    In war, as in war Debi Cornwall, Necessary Fictions The blind also see Mattia Parodi and Piergiorgio Sorgetti, The Missing Eye Peru: Tradition vs Covid-19 Florence Goupil, Shipibo-Konibo: The Healing Plant THE PHOTOGRAPHER LOVED BY WOMEN: Helmut Newton, the shameless one LES RENCONTRES D'ARLES BELONG TO HER SMITH: indisciplinary artist THE AGENCY OF ALL THE MASTERPIECES: The faithful reproductions of the RMN-GP PRESS, MUSIC AND EMANCIPATION : The Jazz Magazine score PHOTO HISTORY: In the beginning was Atget PORTFOLIO: Jean-Michel André PORTFOLIO: Théo Gosselin PORTFOLIO: Doan Ly CULTURE OPENS ITS DOORS: Our tour of France's exhibitions THE AGENCY OF ALL THE MASTERPIECES: The faithful reproductions of the RMN-GP ARLESIAN RENDEZ-VOUS: Charlotte Abramow, feminine plural DIGITAL INCARNATIONS: The photo takes shape CURATION: Our favorites Fisheye magazine new concept: Telling Inspire Reveal – Contemporary Photography
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  • + PHOTOGRAPHIE #2 – Catalogue 2021
    + PHOTOGRAPHIE #2 – Catalogue 2021
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    + PHOTOGRAPHIE #2 – Catalogue 2021

    Every year, thousands of photographs and objects (prints, negatives, albums...) enter French public collections. National or regional museums, major cultural institutions, Fracs, archive centers or libraries have a dynamic acquisition policy, the richness of which this collection aims to show. This second volume focuses on the acquisitions made by institutions in 2019, both in the field of heritage and contemporary creation. Major national institutions participate in the work along with unexpected or little-known places. Rare works by great masters - Gustave Le Gray, Man Ray - rub shoulders with established contemporary artists - Susan Meiselas, Bernard Plossu or Wolfgang Tillmans. Exceptional historical pieces are presented alongside remarkable curiosities and discoveries: images of the Guadeloupean photographer Adolphe Catan, color fashion photographs from the 1930s, albums of prisoners, archives of major agencies that have forged the imagination of the 20th century ... Through this selection of works placed in their context of creation and acquisition, +Photographie revisits the history of the medium, from its origins to its most contemporary uses, and intends to become a reference collection on the diversity of photography today. THE PHOTOGRAPHERS This book presents the photographs acquired during 2019. It brings together some 180 authors and artists belonging to the heritage and contemporary fields. THE AUTHORS OF THE TEXTS The texts are written by the various curators or people in charge of collections of institutions and museums. The book is prefaced by the Minister of Culture, Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin.
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  • Michel Denancé – ARCHISABLE 2
    Michel Denancé – ARCHISABLE 2
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    Michel Denancé – ARCHISABLE 2

    Curator Tina Bloch has invited 34 European architects to rediscover the gestures of the sand castle builders. On the beaches of Deauville and Benerville, astonishing monuments have risen between sky and sea, mandalas and labyrinths as far as the eye can see have had a fleeting but intense existence. Both land art and sand painting, the proposals, maturely elaborated or improvised according to the inspiration of the moment, are of an amazing diversity. Digging, building, sculpting, molding, scarifying, raking, drawing, modeling... sand lends itself to all poetic inventions. Between two tides, the photographer Michel Denancé has captured their ephemeral beauty, mixing eye-level perspectives and aerial views for a result of great aesthetic strength. THE PHOTOGRAPHER Trained as an architect, Michel Denancé takes more pleasure in observing the work of others than in producing it himself. His reports simultaneously highlight the building itself (both a volume defined by its walls and a living space installed in a site) and the architects' intentions. His photographs appear in the specialized press, sometimes in generalist publications, and accompany monographs of architects (Renzo Piano, in particular), books devoted to a building or thematic reviews. The photographs executed outside of the commissioned work also concern the landscape or the city and are sometimes the subject of books: Dogon Doumbo Doumbo (a micro-territory of the Dogon country), Mille milliards de milieux (landscapes of Seine-Saint-Denis), Un si parfait jardin (Algiers), Petites Agonies urbaines (walled facades in the Paris region), all accompanied by texts by writers and published by Bec en l'air. Tina Bloch is a curator, at the initiative in 2016 of the Archisable project which was the subject of a first book (Éd. Xavier Barral, 2018).
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  • Hugues de Wurstemberger – SÈTE#21
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    Hugues de Wurstemberger – SÈTE#21

    Release May 21, 2021 ImageSingulières is a festival of documentary photography created in 2009 in Sète. Each year, a photographer is invited to look at the city and produce a series of images that is published in a book. In 2021 the carte blanche is entrusted to the Swiss photographer Hugues de Wurstemberger. Known for his work that emphasizes the links between humans and territory - whether it be his children or the people of Africa - it is once again through the prism of the relationship to the land that he approached his residency by surveying the banks of the ponds (Thau, Vic, Ingril...). Listening to nature, probing the wild grasses of the paths and the lagoon posidonia to the horizon, he transfigures the banality of the ordinary, that of the daily life of the fishmongers, seed growers and other dreamers of the basin. THE PHOTOGRAPHER Hugues de Wurstemberger is a Swiss photographer, member of Agence VU' since its creation in 1986 and represented by Galerie VU'. He first became known for his photographs of the interior of the Swiss Guard. For a long time he worked on the daily life and intimacy of forgotten populations throughout the world. In 2005, he published AOC, une identité retrouvée (Infolio), as well as Pauline et Pierre (Quo Vadis). His work was awarded the Niépce Prize in 1990, the World Press Photo in 1991, and the Silver Award in 2002. THE AUTHOR OF THE TEXT Christian Caujolle is artistic director and curator of numerous international exhibitions. A key figure in the world of contemporary photography, he has written the texts of numerous catalogs and monographs of photographers. He directs the PhotoPhnomPenh festival in Cambodia and has just been appointed artistic advisor to the Château d'Eau (Toulouse). In Sète, along with Gilles Favier, he is the artistic director of the ImageSingulières festival.
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  • Fisheye Magazine 47
    Fisheye Magazine 47
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    Fisheye Magazine #47

    Is it necessary to go to a photo school?

    PORTRAIT: Christoph Wiesner, boldness courtesy TREND: La folie des NFT EDITION: Road Strip, by François Prost SOCIETY: The bourgeoisie on glossy paper VIDEO ART: Looking for space IMMERSION: The festival of new perceptions
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  • Théo Gosselin - Roll
    Théo Gosselin - Roll
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    Théo Gosselin – Roll

    10 years of travel, 10 years of photography. Fisheye presents Théo Gosselin's new book, Roll, with a retrospective look at a decade of photography. Roll gathers a hundred images, iconic or unknown, from the beginning of the photographer's career to today. We discover the maturity of a look from a generation eager for escape, travel, music and moments shared with friends or acquaintances made on the road, simply in passing. With the United States as a background, the photographer invites us to dream a permanent road-trip in landscapes where the soundtrack seems to impose itself.
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    Pauline Alioua, Chris Garvi – Tableaux d’Iran
    Pauline Alioua, Chris Garvi – Tableaux d’Iran
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    Pauline Alioua, Chris Garvi – Tableaux d’Iran

    Pauline Alioua and Chris Garvi (photographs) - Jean-Christophe Béchet (text) The paintings of Iran by Pauline Alioua and Chris Garvi, bordered by intriguing grays and velvety colors, are of a very Iranian calm: muffled silence in its desert heart, urban murmurs, muffled echoes on the edge of a sea so little visited, discreet joy of children, solitude while waiting for a bus, furtive silhouette in an alley... The deliberate absence of any toponymy doesn't lead us astray. In response to the reality of their discoveries in film, an unsuspected part of our imagination opens up. THE PHOTOGRAPHERS' AUTHORS: PAULINE ALIOUA and CHRIS GARVI Pauline and Chris met in 2016 in Marseille. Their sensibility, their origins, their interest for art and particularly photography spontaneously echo. From then on, they consider common photographic projects. In summer 2016, they undertake a first long trip to Eastern Europe. In 2017 they travel to Morocco and explore a common family anchorage there. In 2017 and 2019 they travel to Iran, whose culture, history and mystery inexorably attract them. Already published: Plein Cœur, Pauline Alioua and Chris Garvi (self-published 2016 out of print)-Dans le creux du manque, Pauline Alioua and Chris Garvi (Arnaud Bizalion Editor 2018) THE TEXT'S AUTHOR: JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BECHET Jean-Christophe Bechet is a French photographer, writer and journalist born in 1964. He is one of the most important French photographers of today, author of more than 20 monographic books, and of about sixty exhibitions in France and abroad, and has developed throughout his career the idea of "inhabited landscapes" and "poetic documentary". His photographs are present in numerous private and public collections.
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  • Festival Circulation(s) – Catalogue 2021
    Festival Circulation(s) – Catalogue 2021
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    Festival Circulation(s) – Catalogue 2021

    Since its creation in 2011, the Circulation(s) festival has been dedicated to young European photography, with the ambition to bring out the talents, to federate a network of European actors and to make the public discover a generation of artists conquering new photographic territories. It has exhibited more than 400 artists and welcomed more than 300,000 visitors. From March 13 to May 2, 2021, the festival presents, at the Centquatre in Paris, a large-scale exhibition that brings together 33 photographers of 12 different nationalities, set up with the duo of scenographers Big Time. This book is a real tool that presents the work of each artist with a selection of images, a biography and an analysis of his production.
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  • Yannig Hedel – Passent les heures blanches
    Yannig Hedel – Passent les heures blanches
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    Yannig Hedel – Passent les heures blanches

    “From the start, Yannig Hedel’s work shows precocious and singular peculiarities. His black and white film photographs of the first decades are those of a photographer-surveyor of cities, whose tenacious quest is expressed neither in the street photography nor in the urban views that otherwise characterize the 80s. His prodigiously silent images present geometric shapes extracted from the city. Each one carries the effects of a discrete metamorphosis, whose mainspring is in the loss of scale: gables of buildings transmuted into pyramids, chimneys enhanced to the size of a building, ornamental features from the 30s reminiscent of Mayan temples. The shades of gray are remarkably subtle, supported by extensive solid areas that emanate from its geometric forms.” Françoise Lonardoni
  • Yoshinori Mizutani – Sakura
    Yoshinori Mizutani – Sakura
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    Yoshinori Mizutani – Sakura

    "Les fleurs de cerisier sont si belles que je ne pense pas avoir passé autant de temps temps à regarder quoi que ce soit d'autre Face à un cerisier sakura mes yeux passent d'un pétale à l'autre d'une fleur à l'autre jusqu'à ce que je saisisse l'ensemble du tableau. Dans "SAKURA j'essaie de visualiser le mouvement de mes yeux observateurs et de cristalliser l'expérience visuelle de la méditation et de l'errance sur l'arbre en fleurs. Le résultat les images montrent que la photographie capture non seulement un moment spécifique mais aussi le passage du temps" Yoshinori Mizutani

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