Hervé | After Henri Cartier-Bresson (2003) and Robert Doisneau (2005), Herve Guibert here, evoked by those enchanted to give life to the "most beautiful angels created by God, the little brother of Lucifer" in the words of Regine Deforges. Consisting of more than forty stories, Herve is the fascinating portrait of a young man very romantic. Yvonne Baby Teresa CREMISI, Bernard Faucon, Hans Georg Berger, Christine Guibert Miquel Barceló all recount a memory along with the author of The Ghost image.
Gathered by Brigitte Ollier, these snapshots are also a way to address the prism mirrors Guibert, writing to the achievement of modesty or immodesty.
February 9 to April 10, 2011, the European House of Photography honors Hervé Guibert, twenty years after his disappearance.
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Brigitte Ollier has collected the testimonies of those who have more or less known Hervé Guibert (1955-1991). From its beginnings in Le Monde by Yvonne Baby to the realization of modesty or immodesty, his film will, all evoke emotion with this young man secretly as comfortable in the photo behind the critical target the Rollei 35. Shards of a romantic life, Herve illuminates the writer and photographer, whose work is for Christine Guibert, "as an enclosed space, completely built and finished."
"I've always loved the company of the dead, but Hervé Guibert was a ghost so rebellious that I thought having molested by mistake. Yet he who had slipped in my sleep one night without having made an appointment you. His presence surprised me. I'd never met him, he had already entered into legend. I imagined rather quiet, and there, like a boxer disappointed by the weight of his opponent, he s' agitated. He spoke with great gestures, but I could not hear his words: dumb it was a dream, which he was the ventriloquist. "B.O.
Coproducer : Maison Européenne de la photographie, Paris
Released : January, 28th 2011
Collection : é (é-crits, é-crans, é-crins)
ISBN 13 : 978-2-35046-215-8
Format : 120 x 160
1 blanck and white photos