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Cédric Delsaux: Dark Lens

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ISBN 10: 2915173702 / ISBN 13: 9782915173703
Editore: Éditions Xavier Barral
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Titolo: Cédric Delsaux: Dark Lens

Casa editrice: Éditions Xavier Barral

Legatura: Hardcover

Condizione libro:Very Good

Condizione sovraccoperta: Dust Jacket Included

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Jabba the Hut lurks in the shadows of a decrepit, abandoned warehouse, his toady eyes glowing; Boba Fett looms up from the fluorescent glare of an indoor car park, poised to kill; Yoda peers out inquiringly from the window ledge of some otherwise untenanted institutional building; Han Solo's cryogenically frozen form on a slab stands, installed bizarrely in an anonymous concrete plaza. Of the many scenarios to which Star Wars fans have dispatched the films' protagonists over the years, none--not even Seth McFarlane's Family Guy homages--are as unlikely as Cédric Delsaux's. In Dark Lens, Delsaux transports Darth Vader and the whole gamut of Star Wars iconography to a post-apocalyptic, urban-suburban landscape of endless parking lots, highrises and wasteland interzones, vacant of ordinary human life. Delsaux's “mythology of banality” (as he describes it) produces images that are not just funny or preposterous, but also weirdly compelling; in their photographic plausibility they successfully incorporate Star Wars into an everyday reality that we can all recognize, but in ways that make both worlds seem strangely real and absurdly false. Delsaux's Dark Lens will captivate both film and photobook fans alike with its fantastically bizarre recasting of Star Wars on planet Earth after the apocalypse.

About the Author:

Né en 1974, Cédric Delsaux vit et travaille à Paris. Après des études de Lettres et de Cinéma, il rejoint d’abord le monde de la publicité. Depuis 2002, il se consacre entièrement à la photographie. Avec le premier volet de son travail sur Star Wars, The Dark Lens, il remporte la Bourse du Talent en 2005. Ses travaux personnels font l’objet de nombreuses expositions aux États-Unis, en Chine, en Allemagne, en Angleterre, et en Pologne. Son travail Nous resterons sur terre, publié aux éditions Verlhac en octobre 2008, explore le lien ambivalent de l’Homme face à la nature. Il est également publié aux USA chez Random House sous le titre A Common Destiny.

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