Exhibitions ( 63 )

Container Terminal

Black, no sugar.

July 22nd, 2013 by in in Guests

… This set which is not really a set provides, by an large, a glimpse of what my humble self has been stacking up over the years. Not wanting to have to put photography on hold due to a temporary lack of funds, I began to soup my films in instant coffee a while ago and have been addicted to Caffenol ever since…



Bracelets de laine #9

Bracelets de laine

July 14th, 2013 by in in Exhibitions · Reportage

The shaman starts the ceremony by some prayers, these have a soft and mysterious tone. The main room of the house is filled with his deep and low voice for twenty minutes. When silence is back, he unrolls a thin cotton rope and deploy it from his hands to the hands of the soon to be married couple and their two witnesses. Once the five of them are linked, an additional thin rope is installed between the two heads of the couple; the ceremony can begin.



Lost Places 2

January 30th, 2013 by in in Exhibitions · Experiments

This series is the sequel of the “Lost Places” exhibition that was presented two years ago. Having waved in many abandoned places, I ended up with this new material, this time focusing on people I met in these areas. Beside is a text written by Yannick Vigouroux, sociologist and photography historian, about my work.



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Extreme Planting – Les Hommes qui plantaient des arbres en Colombie-Britannique

December 29th, 2012 by in in Exhibitions · Reportage

This exhibit presents a group of professional tree-planters in coastal BC. These people work in extremely challenging terrain and climate conditions, reforesting after clear-cuts. Beyond economical, political and ecological considerations and, the S word (sustainability, of course), these people perform a very difficult job with a great deal of optimism.



Espace Théatral saison 2000

March 6th, 2012 by in in Exhibitions · Humanistic Views

In 2000 I had the chance to follow a theatre group that played in incongruous places. Joinery, old church, car washing station, buchery, car garage are some of the typical places where they performed.



Alienation - Isolation by hern42

Isolation

November 19th, 2011 by in in Exhibitions · Experiments

One may chase something through solitude or through loneliness. Solitude is not synonymous of loneliness. There is no message behind these pictures. There is just nature, atmosphere, loneliness. And maybe there is serenity… In fear every day, every evening, He calls her aloud from above, Carefully watched for a reason, Painstaking devotion and love, Surrendered […]



They never adopted the name for themselves

November 11th, 2011 by in in Exhibitions · Guests

“They never adopted the name for themselves” is a never-ending series from Stéphane C. He has been working on it for years. It forms an enigmatic piece of work which may be quickly perceived as drifting away from plain documentary. On the contrary it should be approached as a personal quest, expressionist and poetic, where the technique used (analog photography, vibrant imagery, blur, highly contrasted black and white, enhanced grains…) produces pictures close to paintings. Images which suggest more than they show.




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