Presentation by Editions Textuel: [translation L'Ascenseur Végétal]
" AZIMUT is a photographic walk over an 8-month period across the French territory, organized as a relay of 31 photographers, and initiated by the collective Tendance Floue.
Everyone's itinerary is free. Trails or paved roads, straight lines or winding tracks, the walkers-photographers have only one imperative to comply with: be on time at the appointment made with the one taking the next relay. Following these paths, the photographers made the paradoxical experience of the freedom and the constraints of walking. The slowing of time, the submission to the weather conditions and to the exhaustion of the body change the relation to the places they go through, to the landscapes they discover, to the encounters made during these slow journeys.
Each photographer contributed to a collective log on Instagram and to a Moleskine log book transmitted from one stage to the next. A selection of these texts is interspersed throughout the book, combining talented narration and poetic wanderings. "
The project was initially self-published by Tendance Floue in 6 volumes - each titled with a single letter from the project name - between June 2017 ("A") and October 2018 ("T"). NB : You can still find some of these original publications on our website; the currently listed titles following this link (please inquire for additional volumes as they are not all listed).
This project should have been on display at the Rencontres d'Arles festival in 2020 (canceled) and is on display in France during the Fall / Winter 2020/2021 in Clermont-de-l'Oise (Photaumnales festival - Sept. 19th to Nov. 8th, 2020) and in Chalon-sur-Saône (Musée Nicéphore Niépce - Oct. 24th 2020 to Jan. 24th 2021). This new edition is published on the occasion of theses exhibitions.
PLEASE NOTE : All the texts in this book are in French only.
288 pages - Softcover
Editions Textuel, 2020
Format : 17 x 23 cm
New - Mint condition
Warning: Last books in stock!
Presentation by Tendance Floue : "This third photography book in a series of six follows the road of five photographers invloved in the project AZIMUT – Flore-Aël Surun, Mat Jacob in the company of José Chidlovsky, Kourtney Roy, Pascal Dolémieux and Michel Bousquet – from Guéret to Livinhac-Le-Haut [center of France, going south]."300 numbered copies....
Presentation by Tendance Floue : "This fourth photography book in a series of six follows the road of five photographers invloved in the project AZIMUT – Julien Magre, Stéphane Lavoué, Léa Habourdin, Fred Stucin and Marine Lanier – from Decazeville to Salasc [south of France]."300 numbered copies. Unbound, pages maintained by a rubber string. .:. Trade...
Presentation by Tendance Floue : "This second photography book in a series of six follows the road of five photographers invloved in the project AZIMUT – Marion Poussier, Denis Bourges with Guillaume Friocourt, Pascal Aimar, Alain Willaume and Patrick Tourneboeuf – walking in realy from Saint-Léger-sous-Beuvray to Guéret [center of France]."300 numbered...
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Presentation by Aperture, publisher of the English edition : "The Non-Conformists features Martin Parr’s first major body of work from the mid-1970s, published here for the first time in book form. A wonderful and charming surprise for Parr enthusiasts and fans of traditional reportage, this body of black-and-white imagery predates the cutting color work...