Humanistic Views ( 14 )

The hunt for the dudes and dudettes…

Archived exhibition

A first of May in Kobenhavn… One camera, one film, one day… many beers and one sausage! The first of May is quite an institution in Copenhagen, this year it was sunny (after a couple of years of rainy firsts of May) and people poured in the streets and slowly (or not) converged toward Faelledparken […]

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May 1st, 2009
in Archives · Humanistic Views


Tanakha Portraits from Burma – 2008

A bunch of Tanakha-Portraits from my last trip to Asia, during november 2008. The TANAKHA is, at the same time, a cosmetic and a beauty cream for women and children faces. You can find this special custom in BURMA (MYANMAR) making the women more beautiful than anywhere else in this area. I was very happy […]

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January 1st, 2009
in Exhibitions · Humanistic Views


Backportraits

I’ve been travelling in China more or less for ten years now and to celebrate this anniversary, nothing could be better than a new BOP exhibition.

My two previous exhibitions in BOP deal with two different topics but they express my feelings as a foreigner in this country.

They reflect my surprises, my view, and my thoughts. To end this first decade of Chinese experience, I wanted to give another insight on this country. Would it be possible to show China as the Chinese actually see their country? As a foreigner, when I take portraits or landscape views, most of the time, the framing, timing, focus, and subject are mine; they are the result of my own agenda.


The people of Karosta

As Hern42 wrote, in Karosta, there are wrecked buildings, relics of a past when it was a russian navy base ; in the middle of it, a shining jewel : their golden orthodox cathedral. An art center, too, where people try to introduce modern culture in a place that has become a ghetto. And there […]

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January 7th, 2007
in Exhibitions · Humanistic Views


Communication

Communication, it is probably the lack of it we felt when leaving Shangai on the way to the Xinjiang. It was like falling into a strange world along the ancient Silk Road: being in China without feeling like it and to catch a glimpse of Middle-East without reaching it. These pictures transcribe some signs we […]

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September 27th, 2006
in Exhibitions · Humanistic Views


Orange

Once you passed the crowdy Angkor Wat and Bayon temples, you follow some dusty trails into the jungle. Depending of the light, trees are going through different kind of green and the grey stones of temples ruins seem to be parts of this vegetal world.

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August 23rd, 2006
in Exhibitions · Humanistic Views


Le moulin de Tencin – Old mill of Tencin

Do never forget that: if you open your eyes you will see some suprising things… Here just a few minute from my home in France, an industrial valley in the Alpes, their is an old mill where people still make oil such as our grand parents did or even before. The gestures are the same, […]



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