When the he was a child, Guillaume Simoneau's family adopted a nest of baby crows orphaned from a fallen tree. Photographs from this time, taken by Simoneau's mother, are set in dialogue with new works, produced in the spring of 2016 and 2017 in Kanazawa, Japan. Evoking Masahisa Fukase's post-war masterpiece Ravens, Murder explores the ambivalent and shifting figure of the crow : at once a symbol of intimacy and an omen of turbulent times.
Titre : Murder: Guillaume Simoneau
Auteur : Guillaume Simoneau Éditeur : Mac Books Thème : Monographie Format : Relié Pages : 96