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Yann Faucher is a London-based photographer. After obtaining a degree in the sciences, he left his native France in 2009.
‘I use my body as a material, in an attempt to make it impersonal for the viewer. It’s easy to be your own subject/model, but my primary aim is not narcissism.’
‘Postures of graceful receptivity, or surrender. How do we tell the difference?’ A.K. Blakemore introduces Suzie Howell’s photographs.
‘The people I’ve photographed made Beirut liveable.’ Sama Beydoun photographs the nightlife of Beirut.
‘Ghost stories, then, are not always characterised by fear. Sometimes, they are stories of belief, comfort, faith.’Laura Maw on the photography of Corinne May Botz.
‘The sky hung bizarrely brownish and heavy below a pink teacup sun, like a portent of the outer space invasion.’ A story by Eva Warrick.
‘in iron lignum vitae / wind and leaves / keep memory’
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