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Filigranes Éditions Filigranes

Filigranes Editions est une maison fondée il y a 32 ans par Patrick Le Bescont, le catalogue contient 700 titres. La démarche éditoriale de Filigranes est de conjuguer, dans des livres singuliers, l’image et l’écriture, faisant ainsi se croiser les regards et les sensibilités d’auteurs photographes, d’artistes et d’écrivains contemporains, sans exclusion de styles ou de genres.

  • Frédéric Daubal - Overprint
    Frédéric Daubal - Overprint

    Frédéric Daubal – Overprint

    A dense book of 312 pages for a flow of 560 "overprints" or an "everyday obsession". An intuitive and mocking project where everyone can find themselves. The overprint plays to deconstruct, deride, stare and distort this very stylized world of the magazine and more generally of the printed image. Half iconic, half ironic, Daubal's approach explores the themes of fashion, ecology and the human being in his environment. Her artisanal, even minimalist mode of production, made of recycling, cutting, and all kinds of tinkering, makes us react and think. She invites us to look differently at the subjects she tackles by deconstructing with fantasy the established codes and by colliding glossy paper and popular culture. Creating a dialogue by combining the improbable, provoking questions rather than providing answers. Absurd object or initiator of thought? Fruit of chance or deliberate choice? Meaningless or symbolic? Homage or cheese? A perpetual performance in which she rhymes fashion and onions!
  • Inframince #15 – L’image n’est pas le territoire
    Inframince #15 – L’image n’est pas le territoire

    Inframince #15 – L’image n’est pas le territoire

    Edtorial / Caroline Bernard - Nicolas Giraud - Portfolio / Who owns the USA Nans Bortuzzo - Dossier / New geographical imaginaries Jean Dubois et AL. - In free fall: an attempt to reflect on the vertical perspective Hito Steyerl - Do we still have our feet on the ground? Guillaume Pascale New devices for questioning territories Danièle Méaux - Laboratory / Blur, leaf, line Jean-Roch Siebauer - Interview / Eric Tabuchi - Nicolas Giraud - Portfolio / Building materials Mezli Vega Osorno The journal inframince, a research journal on image and photography, dedicates its issue 15 to a reflection on the ways of representing our contemporary environments, notably through the augmented forms of the image. An increasing quantity of images is now produced by machines and is more and more addressed to other machines. They map, measure, evaluate and one of the questions is how to insert a practice and a thought in this dialogue of machines. This issue is built in dialogue with the research project Beyond Operative Images conducted by the ENSP and UQAM. It brings together texts by Danièle Méaux, Jean Arnaud, Guillaume Pascale, Hito Steyerl, Jean-Roch Siebauer and an interview with Eric Tabuchi. It is an opportunity to reflect on new modalities of the image and the way they reconfigure our environments.
  • Voyages extra-ordinaires – Festival du Regard 2020
    Voyages extra-ordinaires – Festival du Regard 2020

    Festival du Regard 2020 – Voyages extra-ordinaires

    Photography, from its origins, has developed around two axes: the family photo and the travel photo. Whether they are tourist souvenirs captured by amateurs or reports from the other side of the world, photography has by essence a status associated with the idea of displacement, disorientation, elsewhere... And each time, the trip upsets our preconceived ideas and upsets our daily life, far from home we forget the ordinary and we are confronted with the extraordinary. This is what we wanted to highlight here, the ordinary of some can become the extraordinary of others, that of travelers or spectators of a photo exhibition (the Festival du Regard is setting up a huge old post office in Cergy-Pontoise... a journey in itself!). For such is the power of the still image, to stop time and space to propose an interpretation that is both documentary and poetic, both realistic and fictional. Exhibiting photographers : Evgenia Arbugaeva, Rémi Noël, Cédric Delsaux, Graciela Iturbide, Davide Monteleone, Gregor Beltzig, Anita Conti, Bogdan Konopka, FLORE, Philippe Séclier, Richard Mosse, Richard Pak, Ronan Guillou, Giorgio Negro, Robert Kluba The Extraordinary Journeys seen by... Sabine Weiss, Vivian Maier, Bernard Plossu , Max Pam , Françoise Nuñez , Jean-Christophe Béchet, Eric Dessert. Sylvie Hugues and Mathilde Terraube Artistic directors of the Festival du Regard
  • Aglaé Bory – Odyssées
    Aglaé Bory – Odyssées

    Aglaé Bory – Odyssées

    Homer's odyssey tells the story of a return that never ends. The return of Ulysses to Ithaca after twenty long years of absence. 
This work is an echo of this original travel story. "I have followed several people in exile, asylum seekers or refugees, most often awaiting status. Most of them live in shelters while waiting for the administration's answer. The wait is often long and painful. It isolates them from reality and locks them in a suspended mental space. Through this succession of portraits and landscapes, I wanted to create a correspondence between their interiority and the landscapes in which these people evolve in order to make this feeling of exile perceptible. 
I photographed them in their places of life, in their daily territory although precarious and temporary. Their eyes are lost through the windows. They are in the blur. They often rely on the sky, whose azure seems to ignore them. The sea is the refuge of their interiority, their hopes and their promises. It is the physical reality of the distance traveled - often they have crossed it to get here - and of the distance."
All suffer from uprootedness and anxiety about their future. This photographic work on exile was made in the city of Le Havre.
  • La coopérative de Mai, Julien Mignot, JD Beauvallet – 20 No Music, No Life!
    La coopérative de Mai, Julien Mignot, JD Beauvallet – 20 No Music, No Life!

    La coopérative de Mai, Julien Mignot, JD Beauvallet – 20 No Music, No Life!

    In March 2020, the Coopérative de Mai celebrates its 20th anniversary. 20 years is the age of a constantly rejuvenated audience that has made the venue its focal point. 20 years is the dizzying countdown of activism, of support to local artists, of clearing the way for Clermont-Ferrand to be on the map of cities that count. Proud of its work, of its importance in the local fabric, the Coopé sees then big and high: the team dreams of a beautiful book, which will be classified among the works of art. Because contrary to what Serge Gainsbourg, whose name the street of the hall bears, affirmed, the team does not believe in the hierarchy between high and low culture, between learned music and popular music. The legendary humility of Didier Veillault and his troops has its limits: they want to hit hard by bringing in indisputable stars. They propose the photographer Julien Mignot and JD Beauvallet, co-founder of the Inrockuptibles. Both are real references and have personal ties with the region. Julien Mignot had already worked in 2005, he was completing a one-year residency at the Coopérative de Mai. His work became his first book. 15 years later, he pinches himself when he is again contacted by the Clermont-Ferrand venue: he is proposed to think, together with JD Beauvallet, about a carte blanche to realize a new work, this time on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the Coop.

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