We are offering here the Limited Edition of Autodafé (10 copies), including 8 "Fine Art" prints in a box.
NB: We are also offering the regular edition of this book (see the "Suggestions" tab)
Autodafé est un livre très épuré, à la mise en page simple et élégante.
De courts textes en introduction nous parlent de rencontre, de corps et de mort... Puis viennent les photographies, organisées comme en actes. L'atmosphère de l'ouvrage est à la fois légère et évanescente grâce aux flous prolongés et maîtrisés, mais aussi dramat(urg)ique car on y est tiré par des forces contraires qui créent une certaine tension.
Ce petit livre a fait pas mal de chemin, puisque la série Autodafé a attiré l'attention de Ericka Weidmann pour Le Journal de la Photographie et il a été inclus dans "The Library Project" à PhotoIreland (Dublin) et est actuellement présenté aux Rencontres d'Arles !
This book received an "honorable mention" at the 2013 IPA - Int'l Photography Awards.
Description of the Limited Edition : Eight "Fine Art" prints from the Caprices series, with the texts in English on Hahnemühle baryta 310 g, 130 x 195 mm, in a box, numbered 1 to 10 and including the book Autodafé.
72 pages - Softcover
*Signed & Numbered - w/ 8 prints*
New - Mint condition
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