A book of photographic works by Christian Lebrat
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Christian Lebrat uses unconventional photography, impressing the whole film directly to the shooting. By disengaging the automation of the camera, the "Photographic ribbons" and made by overlapping snapshots compose a single image in the end. Referring to both the photographic and cinematic panorama roll these long ribbons are similar to "temporal and spatial labyrinths where appearances are unrolled" (John Batho). The published monograph traces the photographer's black and white images taken from 1978 to his color rolls of recent years, through the series "Hitchcock" 2000s.
Artist, photographer, filmmaker and video artist Christian Lebrat built a "work quite unclassifiable in mixed aesthetic, which is plays at the intersection of multiple forms of expression." (Philippe Dubois)
Texts by Philippe Dubois, Janus, Daphné Le Sergent, Christian Lebrat
Oblong quarto (21 x 29 cms.). 172 p. with three fold-outs. Paper over boards and an illustrated dust jacket
Paris, Paris Expérimental, 2013
First ed. of 750 copies
|Artist(s)||Christian Lebrat, Philippe Dubois, Janus, Daphné Le Sergent|
|Format||Oblong quarto (21 x 29 cms.). 172 p. with three fold-outs. Paper over boards and an illustrated dust jacket|