Daily Bread (*signed*)

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Presentation by Jean-Marc Caimi:

"Sex, food, nature, the city where I live, my son, relationships, friends, family, even fleeting encounters, these moments enrich me as a human being. They are archetypal, belonging to a common DNA, the essence of our very biology. They are at the root of my existence, hovering in the pictures of my life.
Sometimes there is tranquility and safety. Other times there is flux and danger. Discovery can be euphoric, but even when knowledge brings pain and discomfort I welcome my vulnerability as an emotional lash to arouse the soul."

Presentation by Yumi Goto (contributor to the project) :

"Jean-Marc has closed the distance between the photographer as a recorder of the truth and the subject, to create photographs that are intensely personal. Here the intimate relationship of both parties – subject and photographer - engage and crystallize in the frame."

Edited by Alison Stieven-Taylor & contribution by Yumi Goto.

112 pages - Hardcover, no DJ

T&G Publishing, 2014


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Caimi, Jean-Marc

Jean-Marc Caimi is a French-Italian photographer and journalist; he works as a freelance for Redux Pictures. His work mostly covers humanitarian and social topics. He also pursues personal projects that he publishes as photobooks, such as "Daily Bread" (T&G Publishing, 2011), "Forcella" (Witty Kiwi, 2015) or "Rhome" (Auto-édité, 2018).
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