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But mostly we see portraits--of individuals and above all groups, but in either case the singular faces of an event that history will preserve in its collective dimension. What do we see, then, in Serralongue's antireportage? Paris By Colard, Jean-Max. Sometimes the back of a courtroom in Hong Kong, elsewhere the area around the Robert F. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while.

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  • FromBruno Serralongue initiated a series of travels to various countries where hypermediatised events where taking place. He went to the International.

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    "Bruno Serralongue is an artist who employs the techniques of photojournalism Recently, Serralongue's photographs have looked at how people living in the.

    Bruno Serralongue urges leisureliness and detachment from the topical. Inkjet print on Canson Baryta Photographique paper, mounted on Aluminium.
    What do we see, then, in Serralongue's antireportage? Kennedy Stadium in Washington, DC; here the too rapid passage of a funeral procession during the thirtieth anniversary of Che's death in Cuba inthere a calm line of Zapatista police officers during the anti-neoliberal meeting organized in Chiapas in at Subcommander Marcos's military camp.

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    But mostly we see portraits--of individuals and above all groups, but in either case the singular faces of an event that history will preserve in its collective dimension. Kennedy Stadium in Washington, DC; here the too rapid passage of a funeral procession during the thirtieth anniversary of Che's death in Cuba inthere a calm line of Zapatista police officers during the anti-neoliberal meeting organized in Chiapas in at Subcommander Marcos's military camp.

    Bruno Serralongue, Installation view, Rencontres d'Arles, Photo wall, Artist, Home decor

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    Expo in Hannover, Hong Kong's restoration to China inthe Free Tibet Concert.

    Le photographe a suivi l'évolution de la "jungle" de Calais, immense bidonville où se sont regroupés des milliers de migrants ces dernières années en France. Cerf volant, "bidonville d'Etat" pour migrants, Calais, 26 mars; Tirage jet d'encre () sur papier Baryta Photographique Canson collé sur.
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    Magazine article Artforum International. Read preview Overview. Serralongue finds in these material constraints the possibility of another way of disseminating information and documenting the real: "I offer another kind of news," he says to the art critic Pascal Beausse in the catalogue published by Les Presses du Reel in conjunction with his exhibition at CNP.

    Photoexhibition about the Calais Jungle at Paris Centre Pompidou

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    What do we see, then, in Serralongue's antireportage? But mostly we see portraits--of individuals and above all groups, but in either case the singular faces of an event that history will preserve in its collective dimension.

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    Please click the button below to reload the page. Expo in Hannover, Hong Kong's restoration to China inthe Free Tibet Concert organized by the Beastie Boys in Washington, DC, in June events of unequal importance but media events all, and all of which have been "covered" by photographer Bruno Serralongue.

    Sometimes the back of a courtroom in Hong Kong, elsewhere the area around the Robert F.

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    Bruno Serralongue studied at the Villa Arson, Nice, and at the École Nationale Supérieure de Photographie, Arles. He holds a Master's Degree in Art History. Bruno Serralongue * in Châtellerault, France, lives in Paris.

    Bruno Serralongue artist, news & exhibitions

    http://www.​ Sorry, this entry is only available in French. Sorry, this entry. By inviting the AFTP, photographer Bruno Serralongue (author of a photo documentary about the Calais Jungle) and the inhabitants of the.
    In an age of instant information, this French artist proposes a slower mode of recording events: working without a press card, paying for his own trips, using a four-by-five-inch folding camera on a tripod, keeping his distance from official forums that provide a point of view that may appear open but which actually preestablishes the visual formatting of information.

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    Serralongue finds in these material constraints the possibility of another way of disseminating information and documenting the real: "I offer another kind of news," he says to the art critic Pascal Beausse in the catalogue published by Les Presses du Reel in conjunction with his exhibition at CNP.

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      Kennedy Stadium in Washington, DC; here the too rapid passage of a funeral procession during the thirtieth anniversary of Che's death in Cuba inthere a calm line of Zapatista police officers during the anti-neoliberal meeting organized in Chiapas in at Subcommander Marcos's military camp.

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      But mostly we see portraits--of individuals and above all groups, but in either case the singular faces of an event that history will preserve in its collective dimension.

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      What do we see, then, in Serralongue's antireportage?