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From the back cover:
"This work is the first ever monograph of Gilbert Fastenaekens and retraces his career since the early 1980s.
It explores his main photographis series (Nocture, Essai pour une archéologie imaginaire, Site, Noce, etc.), complemented by many previously unpublished images, which all have the same relationship with time and the notion of contemplation.
This book also comprises his video work and a number of textes by various authors, which put into perspective an oeuvre that is very much a part of the contemporary art scene."
Introduction by Danielle Leenaerts and texts by Jean-François Chevrier, Renaud Huberlant, Dirk Lauwaert, Jean-Claude Lemagny, Alexandre Vanautgaerden, Anne Wauters. Interview made by Pierre-Philippe Hofmann.
Fully bilingual French and English.
224 pages - Hardcover
ARP2 / CFC-Éditions, 2015
Format 22 x 28 cm
New - Slightest rubbing to lower corners
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