Three books in a case that presents Jean-Luc Moulène's work, world-wide known photographer and plastic artist.
At the end of the 80s, photography suddenly appeared on the contemporary art scene. Both in Germany (Thomas Struth, Andréas Gursky, etc.) and in North America (Lewis Baltz, Jeff Wall), it explores new aspects of our relationship to reality. At the same period, France asserts its own identity thanks to a few unique writings (Jean-Marc Bustamante or Patrick Tosani). This era is particularly marked by Jean-Luc Moulène.
It was his series of photographs named “Disjonctions” that had the now world-wide known artist noticed.
As a polymorphic artist and a key figure of the art scene, Jean-Luc Moulène considers photography as a study object of natural and cultural phenomena, as they were defined by our contemporary and post-industrial society.
The whole of his work was never presented in such a complete way, thanks to the case containing the three books:
- Disjonctions (Bourges) ;
- Documents & Opus (Hanovre) ;
- Il était une fois (Rome).
|Size||19 x 24,5 cm|
|Technique||200 illustrations, 3 books|
Born in 1955 in Reims, Jean-Luc Moulène is a French contemporary artist. He works and lives in Paris.
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