Memories in reserve - Bernard Plossu, Cédric Lesec

A photographic album dedicated to the collections of the Musée des Confluences in Lyon. The photographer draws parallels between these objects that everything opposes and gives life to these collections mixing real and imaginary.
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Summary:

Through this series of photographs, Bernard Plossu offers us a poetic journey in the storerooms of the Musée des Confluences in Lyon.
Tracking the secret coherence of a heterogeneous set of objects, in the clinical atmosphere of these mysterious spaces, he will manage to awaken the inert to give it back to existence.

Biography of the author :

Bernard Plossu is a world-renowned French photographer. At the age of thirteen, his father, a seasoned mountaineer, introduced him to the African desert of the Sahara and to photography with a Brownie Flash. During his adolescence, he devoured the daily screenings at the Cinémathèque and discovered Dreyer, Bergman, Buñuel, Satyajit Ray and the New Wave. In 1965, he left for Mexico as part of an English expedition to photograph the jungle of Chiapas. He will say that this trip to Mexico allowed him to find his style, to forge his vision.

Product information

Publication Year
2015
Technical specification

Author : Photographs by Bernard Plossu and text by Cédric Lesec
Collection " Récits d'Objets " by Hélène Lafont-Couturier and Cédric Lesec
Binding : Paperback
Co-publishing : Musée des Confluences / Editions Invenit
Weight : 0.980 Kg
Language : French
Places of sale : Museum of Confluences bookshop and network of bookshops
Dimensions
18 x 14 cm
Number of Pages
32
EAN
9782918698760

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