Uncle Charlie

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Uncle Charlie est la chronique de la vie d'un homme perdu. Marc Asnin a photographié pendant 30 ans son oncle Charlie, un homme à la vie chaotique, un homme oisif, alcoolique, violent.

La proximité de Marc Asnin avec Charlie et sa famille nous met au coeur de la vie de cet homme, de ses vices, de ses douleurs, de son inadaptation. Un livre dur.

Un livre superbe qui n'est pas sans rappeler des ouvrages marquants tels que "Tulsa" de Larry Clark ou "Ballad of Sexual Dependency" de Nan Goldin.

Ce livre a été sélectionné parmi les 20 finalistes du meilleur premier livre photo à Paris Photo 2012 ("First Photobook Award", The Paris Photo - Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards).

408 pages - Hardcover, no DJ

Contrasto, 2012

New - Mint condition

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