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  • Didier Bizet – Le grand mensonge
    Didier Bizet – Le grand mensonge
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    Didier Bizet – Le grand mensonge

    Travel to North Korea, the country where everything is true, but false. A trip to another world, which as soon as you cross its border transforms you into a visitor of the strange, can only be the one in North Korea. Officially "Democratic People's Republic of Korea", this country is the most secret state on the planet. Ruled since 2011 by Kim Jong-un, son and grandson of the previous leaders, the nation's official doctrine is Juche, based on autocracy and self-sufficiency whether military, economic or political. And that's about all we can say with certainty about this country... My photographs are an ironic metamorphosis of North Korean daily life. "The Truth if I Lie" or "The Big Lie" is a projection into the absurd, a ballad into the unreal or the real, it's up to you! This book is a photographic fable, a nonsense full of meaning, a satire of the true false, a visual poetry that changes the norm and that suspects Pyongyang of leading us astray. North Korea has invented the offbeat reality to keep us on our toes. Behind this great masquerade with benevolent decorations, where is this affabulation?

    Didier Bizet

    25,00
  • Cyril Abad – In god we trust
    Cyril Abad – In god we trust
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    Cyril Abad – In god we trust

    A journey into the eccentricities of faith in the United States. I grew up in a non-practicing Catholic family environment and I experienced, after having loosely validated certain stages of the Christian "curriculum", a form of emancipation. But the religious question has always aroused my curiosity. In 2016, when I was struggling to find new ideas for stories, I went back to reading Douglas Kennedy's 1993 documentary In god'country, a mocking immersion in the world of Christian fundamentalism along the Bible Belt in the southern United States. When I walk the streets of the Tenderloin, it's in search of C. Card, the loser detective, an unusual character in Richard Brautigan's A Private in Babylon, and when I walk under the damp, fragrant foliage of the Appalachian forests, it's because Ron Rash's words have led me there.

    Cyril Abad

    25,00

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