Through these photographs, Denis Dailleux pays tribute to the martyrs, these men and women – often young – who lost their lives during the Egyptian revolution of 28 January 2011, victims from the violence of the police and the pro-Mubarak militia.
Photographers Archives: Denis Dailleux
Denis Dailleux (www.denisdailleux.com), born in 1958, Angers. Lives in Paris.
A most Christ-like image, a bare-chested son rests near his mother. Why does this image of the mother-son relationship move us so? Because the son, by his nudity, looks as fragile as he was on the day of his birth?
… we simply hope that this selection will provide practical answers to the questions of those who want to know what the use of photography is at the beginning of the third millennium. And we hope it will bring you as much pleasure as matter for thought.
Writer(s): Alessandra Barbieri, Andrea Alessandro Di Carlo, Andrea Trombini, Christian Caujolle, Elio Talon, Elisa Biagini, Enzo Mansueto, Loredana Magazzeni, Lorenzo Marzaduri, Luca Gricinella, Marco Giovenale, Marco Tocco, Mario Desiati, Massimiliano Zambetta, Paolo Ferrara, Pierre-François Moreau, Sergio Rotino, Tommaso Lisa, Vito Calabretta