Imaginée in situ par Pauline Hisbacq et Marie Quéau, Cadavre exquis était une installation des deux photographes présentée au BAL lors du festival Rolling Paper en 2018 et qui prenait le contre-pied du jeu surréaliste du même nom. Sous la forme d'un immense jeu de cartes déployé sur les murs de la galerie, l'installation questionnait l'interprétation et...
I can't stand to see you cry is an exploration of Texas and the surrounding states, as well as the people who are fixed within its complex landscape. Fortune analyses relationships between family, friends and strangers, all caught in a flood of health and environmental issues while working to maintain grace.
This publication brings together photographs taken by Marion Scemama during a trip through the American desert with David Wojnarowicz, shortly before his death. It features documents from Scemama's personal archives and notes from Wojnarowicz's diary, along with texts by Thibault Boulvain and Elisabeth Lebovici.
Ari Marcopoulos' new book Denied captures the artist's distinctive vision on photography, a disarmingly intimate and spontaneous vision, and ultimately grounded in an almost cinematic understanding of how images acquire meaning when there are juxtaposed to each other.
The themes of protection, freedom and oppression appear consistently throughout Polish artist Joanna Piotrowska’s oeuvre. Through three photographic series, Stable Vices focuses on these notions to crystallise a spectrum of concerns that drive her work.
Boiled Language is a collaboration between Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili and Kirsty Bell. The book was published on the occasion of Alexi-Meskhishvili’s solo exhibition of the same name at LC Queisser Gallery, Tbilisi, in December 2020. The publication features a group of new works by Alexi-Meskhishvili and an essay by Kirsty Bell.
Lauréate de notre concours de fanzines organisé pendant le festival Les Ondes Ephémères au BAL, la photographe guadeloupéenne et française Claire Zaniolo a développé ce travail au long cours en France, au Brésil et en Angleterre. Entre fête et protestation, les séries de mourning, march and celebration documentent les multiples facettes et l'effervescence...