Presentation of the project by the question debated in a boolet inserted in the book :
"What is democracy?
At this time of globalization, how is it perceived by our modern societies and by the media? In a world where the image is more of a conveyor of ideology, we can question ourselves about the role and the meaning of documentary photography.
What does it show? What does it say?
A journalist, a philosopher and an art historian gathered around those pictures, about the way we perceive and comprehend politics through the medium of the image.
- Daphné Angles, Picture Editor / Bureau Manager at The New York Times, Paris
- Anaïs Feyeux, Art Historian specializing in Photography
- Étienne Tassin, Professor of Political Philosophy, University of Paris Diderot"
The discussion is in a separate booklet, fully translated French / English.
The book was shortlisted at the Kassel Fotobookfestival 2015 and at the Luma Dummies Award in Arles 2015.
100 pages + 28 pages - Softcover
Self-published, 2015 (300 numbered copies)
New - Mint condition
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