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Publisher's presentation: [translation by L'Ascenseur Végétal]
"Separation between two seas, two countries, two continents, the strait is also a symbolic space acting as a link, invisible but powerful, between peoples and cultures. At a moment where Europe is reflecting on its borders, Sébastien Sindeu explores this in-between, from the relentless maritime activity to the static dream of those who want to reach the other side.
His images grasp intimately life in the four straits – Bosphorus in Turkey, Gibraltar between Spain and Morocco, Øresund between Denmark and Sweden and Pas de Calais between France and England – and show the subtle subtiles correspondences that connect the maritime ports of Europe."
Text by Arno Bertina in French only.
120 pages - Hardcover
Le bec en l'air, 2012
Format 16 x 24 cm
New - Mint condition
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