Berangere Fromont / Void Photo
Except the Clouds / Berangere Fromont
Oct 17–31, 2019 / Offshoot
Exhibition / Book Launch, UK
London, UK

Reasons to resist have changed with time and place. Each fight is different, but the idea remains the same. Living in uncertain times insinuates an urge for the human to resist or to revolt. Curated by Sandrine Servent of Mina Raven.

In a landscape where nothing was recognizable, except the clouds, and in the middle, in a field of forces crossing tensions and destructive explosions, the tiny and fragile human body. –Walter Benjamin

In Berangere Fromont’s series Except the Clouds, the future seems to have collapsed into an indeterminate present. Within the narrative, a portrait of a young Athenian appears as the symbol of a young generation unable to predict a future based on the past.

Published by Void Photo
112 Pages / 500 copies

Exhibition: October 17–31, 2019
Offshoot Gallery

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