D'une rive à l'autre is a French publisher dedicated to photography. Their publication are in French only as of 2021.
As indicated on their website [translation by L'Ascenseur Végétal] they aim to build a bridge between photography and social sciences, through the association and dialogue between the words of sociologists, historians, anthroplogists, philosophers, and the perceptions of photographers. »
In 2021, D'une rive à l'autre publishes "Les crimes passionnels n'existent pas" which brings together texts by Lydie Bodiou and Frédéric Chauvaud and images from the project "I Want You to See Me" by Arianna Sanesi about femicides in Italy.
Presentation by D'une rive à l'autre: [translation L'Ascenseur Végétal] " The photography series « I would like you to see me » created in 2015 by Arianna Sanesi, about femicide in Italy, at a time when the word was barely used and the phenomenon was essentially ignored by the media, is the starting point of this photobook and of the encounter...