New work: How To Measure Time, 2017. Black Indian ink on gelatin silver print, 17,7 x 12,6 cm. I’m working on a solo exhibition later this year. I’m using this work as some kind of internal benchmark (does that make sense?) Continue Reading →
My gallerist – Roger Szmulewicz of Gallery Fifty One – shares the story of how we met, and how we started to show my work. One of the best decisions of my life was walking into his gallery with a box of gelatin silver prints. Read the article on the L’œil De La Photography site, in English and in French.
The ongoing series The World is Too Much With Us deals with photography’s intrinsic possibility to make endless amounts of copies of one image. What happens when these copies are brought together? What happens when the photographer refuses to make the perfect print, but assumes that all prints are equal? Check the complete series here.