• double Exposition ! (partie II)

    double Exposition ! (partie II)

     

    double Exposition ! (partie II)

    Comme promis, voici la deuxième partie de 
    l'exposition à la Galerie Polka (Paris) 
    dédiée à Joel Meyerowitz, "Taking My Time"

    La majorité de ces photos ont été faites à "Cape Cod" une presqu'ile dans le Massachusetts et l'endroit est loin d'être déplaisant ...

     double Exposition ! (partie II)

     

    double Exposition ! (partie II)

     They [photographs] teach you about your own unraveling past, or about the immediacy of
    yesterday. They show you what you look at. If you take a photograph, you've been responsive
    to someting, and you looked hard at it. Hard for a thousandth of a second, hard for ten minutes.
    But hard, nonetheless. And it's the quality of that bite that teaches you how connected you were
    to that thing, and where you stood in relation to it, then and now.
    (Joel Meyerowitz)

    double Exposition ! (partie II)

    double Exposition ! (partie II)

     I find it strangely beautiful that the camera with its inherent clarity of object and detail can
    produce images that in spite of themselves offer possibilities to be more than they are ...
    a photograph of nothing very important at all, nothing but an intuition, a response, a twitch
    from the photographer’s experience.
    (Joel Meyerowitz)

    double Exposition ! (partie II)

    double Exposition ! (partie II)

    double Exposition ! (partie II)

    double Exposition ! (partie II)

    [the small camera] taught me energy and decisiveness and immediacy … The large camera
    taught me reverence, patience, and meditation.
    (Joel Meyerowitz)

    double Exposition ! (partie II)

    double Exposition ! (partie II)

    What I think is so extraordinary about the photograph is that we have a piece of paper with this
    image adhered to it, etched on it, which interposes itself into the plane of time that we are actually
    in at that moment. Even if it comes from as far back as 150 years ago, or as recently as yesterday,
    or a minute before as a Polaroid color photograph, suddenly you bring it into your experience.
    You look at it, and all around the real world is humming, buzzing and moving, and yet in this little
    frame there is stillness that looks like the world. That connection, that collision, that interfacing,
    is one of the most astonishing things we can experience.
    (Joel Meyerowitz)

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  • Commentaires

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    Dimanche 5 Mars à 21:46

    Tu es très doué pour ces reportages photo, au carré et avec de bonnes citations (enfin, bonnes ! en anglais quand même, pfff, faich'). Tiens, ta figurante fait pô la gueule cette fois ! Merci pour cette très belle série !

      • Lundi 6 Mars à 20:00

        Merci pour le compliment. désolé pour l'anglais mais en même temps c'est bien, ça te fait bosser, et la figurante, faut croire que j'ai du mieux la payer ce jour là .... :-))

        Merci NiKole, bonne semaine.

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