Lisa Sarfati - She Lisa Sarfati - She A family album preserves only carefully selected photographs. Out of an entire life, it stores only handpicked moments, privileging special occasions, happy ones usually, and consigning the rest to oblivion: happy faces, relaxed moments, places of leisure rather than work. It tends to underline a group s social links and affective relations, to highlight an identity, a communal spirit, a shared life and destiny. The portrait of the couple or group, with all its attendant conventions, is one of its inescapable figures. The family album tries to register the evolution of a particular human community, to write its story and scan the passage of time with each succeeding page. None of this figures in She: instead of a chronology, time is stopped, it appears to stammer and bite its own tail. There is no group photo or desire to stage a collective destiny, but only isolated models and individuals who do not seem to communicate amongst themselves, or only barely; no happy moments or picturesque places, only indifferent moments in ordinary places; no strong gesture, none of the conventional poses, and no complicity with the photographer. The models pose, but reservedly, more often than not without looking into the camera. And even when we do see their faces, we don t really seem to see them. They are here, but they are always also there, elsewhere. When we close the book and think a bit about it, we cannot but see She as the anti-family album par excellence. -Quentin Bajac - Chief Curator of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art Twin Palms Publishers 978-1-936611-00-3
3465 руб.
Russian
Каталог товаров

Lisa Sarfati - She

  • Автор: Lise Sarfati
  • Твердый переплет. Плотная бумага или картон
  • Издательство: Twin Palms Publishers
  • Год выпуска: 2012
  • Кол. страниц: 52
  • ISBN: 978-1-936611-00-3
Временно отсутствует
?
  • Описание
  • Характеристики
  • Отзывы о товаре
  • Отзывы ReadRate
A family album preserves only carefully selected photographs. Out of an entire life, it stores only handpicked moments, privileging special occasions, happy ones usually, and consigning the rest to oblivion: happy faces, relaxed moments, places of leisure rather than work. It tends to underline a group s social links and affective relations, to highlight an identity, a communal spirit, a shared life and destiny. The portrait of the couple or group, with all its attendant conventions, is one of its inescapable figures. The family album tries to register the evolution of a particular human community, to write its story and scan the passage of time with each succeeding page. None of this figures in She: instead of a chronology, time is stopped, it appears to stammer and bite its own tail. There is no group photo or desire to stage a collective destiny, but only isolated models and individuals who do not seem to communicate amongst themselves, or only barely; no happy moments or picturesque places, only indifferent moments in ordinary places; no strong gesture, none of the conventional poses, and no complicity with the photographer. The models pose, but reservedly, more often than not without looking into the camera. And even when we do see their faces, we don t really seem to see them. They are here, but they are always also there, elsewhere. When we close the book and think a bit about it, we cannot but see She as the anti-family album par excellence. -Quentin Bajac - Chief Curator of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art

Оставить заявку на описание
?
Тип иллюстраций:   Фотографии цветные
Отзывы
Найти пункт
 Выбрать станцию:
жирным выделены станции, где есть пункты самовывоза
Выбрать пункт:
Поиск по названию улиц:
Подписка 
Введите Reader's код или e-mail
Периодичность
При каждом поступлении товара
Не чаще 1 раза в неделю
Не чаще 1 раза в месяц
Мы перезвоним

Возникли сложности с дозвоном? Оформите заявку, и в течение часа мы перезвоним Вам сами!

Captcha
Обновить
Сообщение об ошибке

Обрамите звездочками (*) место ошибки или опишите саму ошибку.

Скриншот ошибки:

Введите код:*

Captcha
Обновить