Adapted from the presentation of the Ensemble seul series on the Laurence Esnol Gallery website :
"As he is contemplating absence, time flying by and the fragility of being, Eric Antoine calls out for the most intimate emotions. On the opposite of a photgrapher who would always be in a quest for images from far away, he tries to convey the importance of turning back to your own self, through timeless images made in his personal environment. Eric praises simplicity and creates enigmas through a precious silver-toned photography.
The images presented here are relics in an unidentified age. A very personal story is unveiled scene after scene, through nature, portraits and still lifes.
Eric Antoine used the ancient technique of wet collodion, managing all steps of the process on his own, from preparing the chemicals to the varnishing of each final and unique plate. The all process is a very singular alchemy that reinforce the feelings of absence and peace (...) "
The images presented here come from the artist's website.
192 pages - Linen hardcover
Format 30 x 25 cm
New - Mint condition
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