Entre fleuve et rivière (*signed*)

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Presentation by Filigranes:      [translation L'Ascenseur Végétal]

"This book is born out of encounters, out of an interest for landscapes, and out of reciprocal curiosity. Beyond the dialogue between two photographers' approaches, Entre fleuve et rivière * is an inspiration, a will to explore a shared history.

They are exchanged perspectives on the Pays Basque (Basque Country) in southwestern France and the territories of Quebec and Labrador in western Canada, and on the rivers that flow in these areas, looking for traces - imaginary or real - with a very personal perception of the landscapes.

Christophe Goussard, French photographer from Nouvelle Aquitaine and Charles-Frédérick Ouellet, Canadian photographer from Quebec discovered each others' territory. The poems in prose by Basque writer Itxaro Borda are an invitation to a third interpretation of these images."

* in French, there is a vocabulary distinction among rivers between those that flow into a sea or ocean ("fleuve") and those that flow into another river (simply "rivière")

Copies signed by both photographers, Christophe Goussard & Charles-Frédérick Ouellet.

Texts in French only.

This book is available with two different cover images, either a photograph by Christophe Goussard ("quiet sea" - 1st image in the carrousel), or a photograph by Charles-Frédérick Ouellet ("wave" - 2nd image in the carrousel). Before adding the book to your cart, please make your choice of version using the "Edition choice" drop-down menu below the price.

80 pages - Hardcover

Filigranes, 2019

Format : 21.5 x 30 cm


New - Mint condition

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