.One new signed copy.
Presentation by lamaindonne:
"Volta, in Portuguese, can mean all at once and among other things around, return, stroll, ride, but also change. The photographs by Gabrielle Duplantier seem to echo this word : roaming and erratic, crossed by intriguing figures, delicately anchored between reality and fiction. These wanderings always bring her back to homelands and loved ones, and her pictures, bathed both in twilight and sunlight, are so many enigmas that link people and places."
«Gabrielle Duplantier seems to practice photography like a horsewoman, a swordswoman, a dancer, in other words with lots of allure, wind in her hair, staring straight ahead, her movements loose and lively.»
-- Quoted from the preface by Maylis de Kerangal
PLEASE NOTE: THis photobook, initially published in 2015 and quickly sold out, was re-published in 2021 in a second edition, slightly modified in its editing, and of a higher quality of production.
128 pages - Hardcover
lamaindonne, 2015 (2nd edition, 2021)
Format : 21 x 26.7 cm
New - Mint condition
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