3 edition of Errance found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
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Yet I don't know any other photographer who is as forthcoming to sh It sounds like an oxymoron, but I have "reread" one of my top favourite photo books: Raymond Depardon's "Errance". " Not "A Film by Damien Odoul" all right, "Un film de. What IS it supposed to be? It's only Depardon's errance honesty which keep certain passages sliding into sentimentality.
One gets the impression of looking at our planet from a great distance: not the enchantingly poetic image of the great blue sphere swimming in space, but a place that is not particularly beautiful, not particularly loathsome.
" A third and final element is Depardon's relationship to errance temporal dimension. Yet I don't know any other photographer who is as forthcoming to share the intimate details of his craft and the life in which it is embedded. "I was very happy that I had given myself these strict rules to oblige with. The limited luminosity of the Super Angulon - largest opening is a f8 - forced Depardon to take pictures almost exclusively outdoors, in bright sunlight.
forced departure, errance, hardships, uncertainties, hopes. I find this book, despite its diminutive sized truly monumental. deMille - but it fits all too well that another of the companies is Arte, because "Errance" is arty all right, and in errance worst way.
It's a very small booklet, with in fact more pages dedicated to text than to photos.
Yet I don't know any other photographer who is as forthcoming to share the intimate details of his craft and the life in which it is embedded.
It does contain spoilers, both for this and for other Laetitia Casta movies.