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Presentation by Le bec en l'air: [traduction by L'Ascenseur Végétal]
"The Marseille(s) collection offers each year a carte blanche to a Mediterranean photographer who gives his vision of the city. Year after year, the diversity of the ways of photographic expression draws the portrait of a multicultural city and brings it in a new light.
The first number in the series is by Yusuf Sevinçli, a young Turkish photographer whose work has already been on display throughout the world. With a highly contrasted black & white, a rather thick grain and an often scrtched surface, his almost compulsive shots of the daily life, wanderings and unstaility, offer a subjective and heartfelt vision of the world.
With a text by writer Christian Garcin, who grew up in Marseilles."
Text and mini-biography of the artist are in French and English.
The book is co-published by Le bec en l'air, publisher, and Le Percolateur, a platform for training and the spread of the culture of photography within the Mediterranean area.
48 pages - Softcover with flaps
Le bec en l'air / Le Percolateur, 2014
Format : 16.7 x 22.3 cm
New - Mint condition
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