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Tag Archives | PRIVATE 49

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

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PRIVATE 49, p. 08-09

Alexandra Pouzet | Intérieurs

Interiors is a series of self-portraits which questions the body and photography as ‘spaces of the inside’. These photos were taken in several houses.

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PRIVATE 49, p. 14-15

Dominique Mérigard | Beauséjour inventaire

Dominique Mérigard, Beauséjour inventaire, from PRIVATE 49 – FRANCE présences Coming back to the village of my origins and to my family house is like diving once again into my childhood and to

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PRIVATE 49, p. 20-21

Grégoire Korganow | Père et fils

Grégoire Korganow, Père et fils, from PRIVATE 49 – FRANCE présences A black background. A stark single light source. Two men stand in front of my lens. They are not the same age.

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Dorothée Smith | Löyly (no miracles here)

Dorothée Smith, Löyly (no miracles here), from PRIVATE 49 – FRANCE présences n the Finnish language, «Löyly» describes the raising of innocuous smoke resulting from the transformation of matter (water -> steam), allegoric

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Laëtitia Donval | Nerves (psychiatry)

Laëtitia Donval, Nerves (psychiatry), from PRIVATE 49 – FRANCE présences «I was in a psychiatric institute, immersed in a place I could not escape from. Facing the other patients’ vulnerability as much as

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Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine | Sojourn

This sojourn thus refers as much to the photographer as to the gaze of the viewer, constantly longing to engage in a new path of contemplation.

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Maki | Untitled

The score of my life is written regularly like that, taking the form of photographic fragments in which I exorcise my sufferings by undressing the tragedy of existence

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Vincent Goutal & Olivia Leriche | Transitions

For the still ongoing Transitions series, Vincent Goutal and Olivia Leriche have chosen to show ‘empty’ moments. Their photographs are lit like black films from the 50’s.

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Olivier Pasquiers | Les Oubliés de guerre

Former Moroccan soldiers from the French army. There are about thirty former soldiers of the French army of Moroccan origin living at the Sonacotra Home.

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Marie-Amélie Tondu | Jolies les bouches

Pretty are my ‘characters’, the people I met in Marseille in February 2008. Were they pretty? Anyway, all of them emit something eerily attractive.

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Cyrille Weiner | Les longs Murs

This series was made in the framework of a public commission aimed at documenting the urban changes linked to the ‘Euroméditerranée’ project in Marseille.

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