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Tag Archives | intimate visions

PRIVATE 49 | FRANCE PRÉSENCES

Such photographs are there not to gratify a curiosity, but are made in response to a feeling: it is not only the landscape we see, even if it takes solid form, and darkens or brightens in certain frames, or is transformed by the space under changing skies…

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Laëtitia Donval | Nerves (psychiatry)

«I was in a psychiatric institute, immersed in a place I could not escape from. Facing the other patients’ vulnerability as much as my own, I photographed the daily setting of our isolation: rooms, corridors and the misty landscape surrounding the building that reflected our faded gazes. Although we shared the same space, we were […]

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Maki | Untitled

«I experiment life through a spontaneous and daily photographic act. We must not ignore the world around us. With this commitment, I state through images feelings, sensations and mental states caused by the elements and events encountered on my way… From this approach emerges photography that is no longer limited to the visual aspect of […]

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PRIVATE 32 | NIGHT

For those born before television, before sleep became one amongst many options, night was travelled through with caution. Because it was a place where all of the world’s negativity lurked. Night clouded reason and at nightfall the legends of the non-living once again became real, exacting a personal tribute of blood and death. Darkness was […]

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PRIVATE 23 | Body Fusion Eroticism Sensuality

Whenever a photograph shows more of the subject’s skin than it is usual, a problem of classification inevitably arises: are we dealing with a nude photograph (artistic or not), an erotic photograph or a pornographic photograph?

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PRIVATE 21 | Self-portrait

The photographic self-portraiture as seen in the work of the students of Italian and European Art Schools.

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PRIVATE 17 | No-Fashion

All of the photos which compose this number of ‘Private’ represent denial or an attempt at denial of fashion. […] Here we find ourselves already in ambiguous territory where the body and whatever covers it is not just commercial merchandise, or at least not entirely.

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