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It is a fact that borders are a human construction. They are fluid and evolve with history. However, over time, we forget that they belong to the world of men, who have marked the landscape and created divisions, whether geographical, cultural or social. They respond to a need for simplification in order to define the world: what is inside, “Us”, and what is outside, “the Other”.
Borders are the heritage and manifestation of a slow cultural, conceptual and technological construction: languages, currencies, barriers, identity papers, cameras, surveillance satellites… and many other inventions that structure the feeling of belonging.
In this work made in France, photographer Maxime Taillez creates a resonance between all these complex notions that constitute borders, physical or immaterial, and invites us to rethink our own relationship to this key notion that defines both a limit and an opening. In Europe, thanks to the Schengen area, goods and people residing in the territory enjoy great freedom of movement. Boundaries disappear and territories that were separated are now linked. Individuals move around in pursuit of the advantages of one area or another. Nature also reclaims its rights. Through this photographic series, the viewer discovers a variety of natural or artificial landscapes, where only small traces of these separations testify and still question us about these borders.

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    Frontière(s), Maxime Taillez

    In this work made in France, photographer Maxime Taillez creates a resonance between all these complex notions that constitute borders, physical or immaterial, and invites us to rethink our own relationship to this key notion that defines both a limit and an opening. Borders are the heritage and manifestation of a slow cultural, conceptual and technological construction: languages, currencies, barriers, identity papers, cameras, surveillance satellites... and many other inventions that structure the feeling of belonging.
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    Frontière(s), Maxime Taillez

    In this work made in France, photographer Maxime Taillez creates a resonance between all these complex notions that constitute borders, physical or immaterial, and invites us to rethink our own relationship to this key notion that defines both a limit and an opening. Borders are the heritage and manifestation of a slow cultural, conceptual and technological construction: languages, currencies, barriers, identity papers, cameras, surveillance satellites... and many other inventions that structure the feeling of belonging.
    600,00
    600,00
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    Frontière(s), Maxime Taillez

    In this work made in France, photographer Maxime Taillez creates a resonance between all these complex notions that constitute borders, physical or immaterial, and invites us to rethink our own relationship to this key notion that defines both a limit and an opening. Borders are the heritage and manifestation of a slow cultural, conceptual and technological construction: languages, currencies, barriers, identity papers, cameras, surveillance satellites... and many other inventions that structure the feeling of belonging.
    600,00
    600,00
  • 600,00
    Quickview

    Frontière(s), Maxime Taillez

    In this work made in France, photographer Maxime Taillez creates a resonance between all these complex notions that constitute borders, physical or immaterial, and invites us to rethink our own relationship to this key notion that defines both a limit and an opening. Borders are the heritage and manifestation of a slow cultural, conceptual and technological construction: languages, currencies, barriers, identity papers, cameras, surveillance satellites... and many other inventions that structure the feeling of belonging.
    600,00
    600,00