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M2 by Diane Dufour
Book DescriptionM is a bi-annual journal which explores the role of photography beyond its usual illustrative, commercial or purely journalistic purposes by addressing the issue of its documentary value. Depending on the concept guiding each issue, M will juxtapose iconic images from the past with the recent work of Magnum photographers: Its aim is to question the status of the photographic document and unveils the scope and the diversity of the approaches to the real within Magnum Photos. M2 Repetitions The whole paradox of repetition is that we can only talk about it with respect to the difference or the change that it causes in the observer's mind. Gilles Deleuze This second issue of M features 17 works by Magnum photographers which explore the concept of repetition. The notion of repetition is in contrast to that of the "decisive moment" and involves another relationship to time. The photographer's point of view imposes itself, beyond the singularity of each image. Repetition is multiple, revealing an obsession, Raymond Depardon's "lost moments" in Errance, a critical statement such as the political theatre in One Vote by Alex Majoli, a narrative like America in mourning in Paul Fusco's Funeral Train. From one work to another, repetition has to do with concept as well as intuition, with conscious choice as well as a subverted constraint: it is the expression of the fundamental doubt which structures the creative process M2 features: Abbas 's Vanishing Saddam, Antoine d'Agata's Promised land, Raymond Depardon's Errance, Thomas Dworzak's Rear Window, Paul Fusco's Funeral Train, Harry Gruyaert's TV shots, Jim Goldberg's Rich and Poor, Philippe Halsman's Jumpology, Richard Kalvar's Politics, Peter Marlow's Spotters, Alex Majoli's One Vote, Martin Parr's Auto-portraits, Miguel Rio Branco's Blue Tango, Lise Sarfati's Closer, Dennis Stock's Playing with death, Larry Towell's Palestine, and Donovan Wylie's The Maze.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9783865211477
(290mm x 200mm x 16mm)
Imprint: Steidl Verlag
Publisher: Steidl Publishers
Publish Date: 18-Jul-2005
Country of Publication: Germany
Books By Author Diane Dufour
Provoke, Paperback (April 2016)» View all books by Diane Dufour
The short-lived Japanese magazine Provoke is recognized as a major achievement in world photography of the postwar era. This catalogue accompanies the first exhibition to be held about the magazine and its creators and focuses on its historical context.
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