"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
WARNING : This book is almost sold out. The publisher is out of stock, and we are offering here our last 3 copies!
NB : We should be able to offer signed copies around mid-March, but - if you really want this book - we advise that you purchase the copy unsigned rather than wait for the "signed" tag to appear here (see note above :-)
128 pages - Hardcover
New - Mint condition
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.Signed copies back in stock. Presentation by lamaindonne : [translation by L'Ascenseur Végétal] "In 2014, Gabrielle Duplantier published Volta with Editions lamaindonne. The book received critical and public acclaim and is now long sold out. Four years later, Terres basses (Lower Lands) confirms the artist's talent. A journey in a dense and rich...
.WARNING : We are offering only the French version of this book. An English version will be released by University of Texas Press, but - to our knowledge - it will not be available for distribution outside of the United States. Presentation on the French publisher's website lamaindonne: "Antebellum South: of this appellation which designates the Deep...
Presentation by éditions lamaindonne: [translation by L'Ascenseur Végétal] "For a long time, Gaël Bonnefon had titled his whole photography work About Decline. A corpus of images spreading over more than 10 years, a tribute to the daily and the banal. He explores the little cracks, between visible and invisible, where the daily life reveals its...
Publisher's presentation : "After presenting his vision of Montreal in Early Sunday morning / Journal de Montreal, we discover Julien Coquentin's vision of New York in this photobook.This time, unlike Montreal, it's a short one-week trip. A week to photograph New York is not enough. But it requires being on the lookout, trying to capture every moment that...