A photographic print is in essence on “object” of limited charm, of little potential desirability in its physicality. It is a sheet of paper. Granted this “paper” can have various sizes, as well as various textures, and even weights. Yet it remains a “poor object”. Which accounts for all the efforts put into their presentations, be it in portfolios, or within frames hung on walls.
- -“The Epilogue” by Laia Abril
- -“Ponte City” by Subotzky & Waterhouse : tentative d’épuisement d’un lieu.
- -The image as case for War
- -“Saluti da Pinetamare” a book by Salvatore Santoro
- -Surface and volume – Antoine d’Agata’s “Anticorps” exhibition
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