Presentation by lamaindonne : [translation L'Ascenseur Végétal]
"in 2015, Ljubisa Danilovic piblished Le Désert russe with éditions lamaindonne. The book was very well received by both the public and the critic, and is now long sold out. Three years later, La Lune de Payne, his new book, brings to our eyes a completely different side of the work of the photographer.
Ljubisa Danilovic made these past years several trips to the Danube delta and offers in this book a surprising and delicate portrait of this place. A country made of sky and water where time seems to slow doan, where the hearts starts beating more peacefully and where the mind calms down. Photographs made at the closest of the subject, in the simplest manner, that go straight to the heart of things. The wide range of greys of the images conveys great gentleness and a form of melancholy. A very well crafted series..."
Before adding it to your cart, please use the "Edition choice" drop-down menu available below the price to make your selection. Please note that the photography embossed on the back cover of the English version is a portrait in shadows, when for the French version there is a choice of 2 different images, either the portrait in shadows (as for the English version) or a river landscape (see carrousel of images).
The text of the initial presentation of the project (in fact an email sent by Ljubisa Danilovic to the publisher David Fourré in the early steps of this second collaboration) is in one language only, depending on the edition.
100 pages - Hardcover
Editions lamaindonne, 2018
Format : 22 x 26.5 cm
New - Mint condition
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