The Moor depicts a fictionalised dystopian future situated on the bleak moorland landscapes of Dartmoor. It portrays an eerie world that shifts between large open vistas, dark forests, makeshift dwellings, uncanny visions and isolated figures.
In the 'Border Soundscapes' series, architectural enfermement, sound codes and visual matrices evoke the feeling of a “mathematical sublime”, a feeling generated in equal measure by the mystical pleasure of the formula repeated in the image and by the inadequacy of our gaze when faced with the possibility of piercing and inhabiting the difference and...
Atomic Ed tells the story of Ed Grothus, from the time he worked in Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico to his transformation into an out-spoken antinuclear activist. Founded by the US Government during World War II, Los Alamos was selected to be one of the sites of the top-secret Manhattan Project because of its remote location.
Insular Night: Invisible Gardens focuses on the urban life of contemporary Cuba and is the result of multiple journeys to the island from 2014 to 2018. The conceptual thread that binds the work together is the notion of “insularity,” which is a decisive feature of Cuban culture.
Cherry Ave combines portraits and still lifes in a lyrical documentation of home. The photographs portray a particular area of Long Beach, California and the surrounding neighbourhood where Kovi grew up.
A Blurry Aftertaste exists at the intersection between photography, performance and sculpture and focuses on the objects, activities and surfaces that belong to the domestic space, portrayed as an absurd and uncanny theatre defined by the creation of structures and the repetition of labour.
In the follow-up to his critically acclaimed debut monograph Sleeping by the Mississippi, Alec Soth turned his eye to another iconic body of water, Niagara Falls. As with his photographs of the Mississippi, Soth’s pictures of Niagara are less about natural wonder than human desire.
L’une des figures les plus influentes de la scène artistique américaine de la deuxième moitié du XXesiècle, Wright Morris (1910-1998) sillonne les grandes plaines du Midwest durant les années 1930. Cette première monographie en français est consacrée à son travail photographique qu’il réalise durant cette période.