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Art & Politics in America
Deconstructing Charlottesville
Some believe art is created through a certain process of self reflection….
Some believe art is created through a certain process of self reflection. Politicians rarely deal in this manner….
We Are Here / MCA
Opens Aug 19 - Apr 1, 2018
In honor of the MCA’s 50th anniversary, the museum presents We Are…
In honor of the MCA’s 50th anniversary, the museum presents We Are Here, a major three-part exhibition drawn…
Alex Webb – Selections
through August 20 / Leica Warsaw
Selections presents a wide range of images hand-picked by Alex Webb while…
Selections presents a wide range of images hand-picked by Alex Webb while giving a unique opportunity to gaze…
Berning & Di Battista / Confluence
at Fotografiska Through August 27
Artist Tina Berning and photographer Michelangelo Di Battista continue their collaboration in…
Artist Tina Berning and photographer Michelangelo Di Battista continue their collaboration in Fotografiska’s exhibit “Confluence” now on view…
Gazebook Photobook Festival
September 8-10 / Punta Secca
Gazebook, Sicily’s Photobook Festival with a mission to promote photography and the…
Gazebook, Sicily’s Photobook Festival with a mission to promote photography and the photo book form, is back for…
A Conversation with Mitch Epstein
Paris Photo interview series
Mitch Epstein is a fine-art photographer who helped pioneer color photography in…
Mitch Epstein is a fine-art photographer who helped pioneer color photography in the 1970s. His works are in…
Mexican Journal
by Julie Hascoët

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It is a photographic diary of my everyday life, a poetic look on what surrounds me. My work is mainly about still life. My interest (and attraction) for remains, ruins – forms which are no longer complete, in-between situations – can yet be felt in this work. The fragileness of things is softly behind each picture.