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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.

Recent Articles
Being Infrastructural
Through Dec 16, 2017 / Mother's Tankstation
This screening series, part of a larger research process, focuses on artists…
This screening series, part of a larger research process, focuses on artists who engage with the infrastructural through…
Carlos Garaicoa: El Palacio de las Tres Historias
Through Feb 4, 2018 / Fondazione Merz
Acclaimed Cuban artist Carlos Garaicoa exhibits a series of large scale site…
Acclaimed Cuban artist Carlos Garaicoa exhibits a series of large scale site specific installations, photographic works, and videos,…
30 Under 30 Women Photographers / 2018
Two weeks left for Submissions
Now adopted by ARTPIL, deadline for submissions for the 2018 30 Under…
Now adopted by ARTPIL, deadline for submissions for the 2018 30 Under 30 / Women Photographers is November…
John Akomfrah: Purple
Through Jan 7, 2018 / Barbican Centre
With hundreds of hours of archival footage, Akomfrah’s Purple advances the conversation…
With hundreds of hours of archival footage, Akomfrah’s Purple advances the conversation of climate change, animal extinctions, the…
Mirroring Life: André Kertész
Through January 10, 2018 / Foam
This retrospective of Kertész marshals a large number of black & white…
This retrospective of Kertész marshals a large number of black & white prints as well as a selection…
The Opening Up of the World / Simryn Gill
Through Dec 3, 2017 / Lunds Konsthall
Lunds Konsthall is proud to present Simryn Gill’s first institutional solo presentation…
Lunds Konsthall is proud to present Simryn Gill’s first institutional solo presentation in northern Europe, articulating the experience…
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.