Rebuts, charognes, décombres (Folio I)

@ Hascoët, Julie



Presentation of the Folio collection by the publisher:

Folio I is the first part of a new series of photobooks treating specifically about the work of a unique photographer. With this Folio series, we aim at providing a photographic work closer to the study, than just a random series.

The selected works have been picked to catch a particular atmosphere, this way, we want our readers not feeling any beginning nor finality, while respecting the work of the artist and her photographic tread.
Regarding the form, it tends toward the school booklet drafts, to be in harmony with the content.

For this first edition, we decided to show the work of Julie Hascoët, who graduated from the Ecole Nationale Superieure de la Photographie in 2012. Her work expands the practice of photography on rather general search within installations or though the publishing practice.

First volume of the Folio collection.

32 pages - Softcover

Les éditions Croque-Madame, 2015 (100 copies)

New - Mint condition


Hascoët, Julie

Julie Hascoët was born in 1989 in Douarnenez. Her work considers photography in a larger context, as part of installations and through publishing. Her personal interests in photography revolve around the themes of dereliction and ruins, of metamorphosis, and the notions of ephemeral-ity and resistance.  In her practice, photography is seen as a material conducive to re-composition and integrates into a work of installation, or editing. © Portrait taken from the artist's FB profile
  • Presentation by Poursuite: "In 2017 Julie Hascoët was invited to participate in a residency by Carré d’Art in the city of Chartres de Bretagne. Benefiting from an annual programme with cartography as its central focus, and as part of a residency intended to highlight the local territory, Julie Hascoët’s project has extended these two themes by adding a...

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