Magazine – Cinémascope by Stéphane Guillaume

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Special Edition
July 2017
12 photographs
34 pages

Stéphane Guillaume (France)

Printed copy
21×14.8 cm
Hardcover, perfect binding
Euro €13.50


Every photograph is a fiction that claims to be true

(Fontcuberta, The Kiss of Judas – Photographs and Truth, Arles Actes Sud, 2005)

My work shows contemplative spaces that create a fictional reservoir. Human interventions, geographical signatures and architectural perturbations all produce their own peculiarities. The banality, absent of humanity, creates a diffuse tension that summons the strange.



After studies in art school that led me to teaching, I had abandoned all artistic practice. In 2013, the digital revolution prompted me to reconnect with photography, combining film and digital work. My first photographic research was conducted during a trip to Portugal. From there, I decided to develop different projects. I took part in my first collective exhibition in March 2017, where I presented the series Décorum.





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