Zoom Burning image | Georges Didi-Huberman
Zoom Burning image | Georges Didi-Huberman
Zoom Burning image | Georges Didi-Huberman

Burning image | Georges Didi-Huberman

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Aware that the history of photography as we know it is about to end, Régis Durand invites us to review the nature of this practice: It has been only the most fetishistic art par excellence, as its detractors want, or it has developed something of its own, that nothing, not even the cinema can match What have been the fundamental transformations that it has undergone Which, the debates that this singular simulacrum has aroused from its origins to the present day and which have become idle And one of the questions that Durand has developed throughout his work: to what extent we can affirm that photographs think, and how this thought is verified Taking as a starting point the work of some of the most emblematic contemporary artists, from Robert Frank to Jeff Wall and Bernard Plossu a Rineke Dijkstra, Régis Durand invites us to review the place of photography in the world of art, the functions, distinctions and ways it has contributed to current creation. When wondering if the photographic image generates a particular mental space, shared with the viewer through procedures that are his own, Durand underlines what the photo has of defiance, splendor, nostalgia and authentic inquiry into time. The history of photography as we know it is about to end, Régis Durand invites us to review the nature of this practice: It has been only the most fetishistic art par excellence, as its detractors want, or it has developed something of its own, which Nothing, not even cinema, can match What have been the fundamental transformations it has undergone Which, the debates that this singular simulacrum has aroused from its origins to the present day and which have become idle And one of the questions that Durand has developed along with throughout his work: to what extent can we affirm that photographs think, and how this thought is verified Taking as a starting point the The work of some of the most emblematic contemporary artists, from Robert Frank to Jeff Wall and from Bernard Plossu to Rineke Dijkstra, Régis Durand invites us to review the place of photography in the world of art, the functions, distinctions and ways that it has contributed to the current creation. When wondering if the photographic image generates a particular mental space, shared with the viewer through procedures that are his own, Durand underlines what the photo has of challenge, splendor, nostalgia and an authentic inquiry into time.ión sobre el tiempo.

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Burning image | Georges Didi-Huberman

$15.00