Autodafé (*signed*)

@ Fournier-Moris, Coralie

978-295413050-7

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Autodafé by Coralie Fournier Moris is a very refined photobook, with a simple and elegant layout.

Short texts in the introduction tell us about meetings, bodies and death ... Then come the photographs, organized as in acts. The atmosphere of the work is both light and evanescent thanks to prolonged and controlled fuzziness, but also dramat-(urg)-ic because it is pulled by opposing forces that create a certain tension.

This little book has come a long way, since the Autodafé series has attracted the attention of Ericka Weidmann for Le Journal de la Photographie and it has been included in The Library Project at PhotoIreland (Dublin) and is currently being presented at the Rencontres d'Arles!

This book received an "honorable mention" at the IPA - Int'l Photography Awards in September 2013.

Copies signed by the artist.
 

72 pages - Softcover

Self-published, 2012

*Signed*

New - Mint condition

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