Eric Poitevin – Photographies 1981/2014

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“….So a cow is nothing more than a cow, but a cow all the same… I often think about Carl AndrĂ©, at the strength of his sculptures, of his decisions. How does one transpose this onto an image?… Walker Evans?… The practice of painting is necessarily learned, a sort of elaborate language, even when it is bad. Moreover, immediately, the painter benefits from an intellectual and social capital gain. On the other hand, there is something vulgar and ungodly about photography. I am under the impression that it’s a pagan, heretic activity!” E.P.

  • Pages

    432

  • Language

    French / English

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  • Size

    31 x 25 cm

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  • Weight

    2700 gr

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