Mexico City Waltz | Exposition Galerie VU', Paris du 6 avril au 19 mai 2012
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Mexico City Waltz
In the footsteps of three book religions, Tristessa Jack Kerouac, Au dessous du Volcan by Malcolm Lowry and Les Tarahumaras of Antonin Artaud, Nicolas Comment has lived two months in residence in Mexico. Mexico City Waltz is above all a poem composed of photographic double-page images that rhyme with one another and constitute a kind of visual equivalent of "spontaneous literature" dear to Jack Kerouac (and which the title of this book is reference). In contrast to a catastrophic vision and expected Mexican, Mexico City Waltz celebrates the beauty and sensuality of Mexico today. We meet three young women, "as brown as a ripe" (Malcolm Lowry) who are the real heroines of this book. Through them, it's Mexico City as a whole appears to us in its intimacy, as if the metropolis itself had been exposed ...
Released : April, 02nd 2012
Collection : Hors Collection
ISBN 13 : 978-2-35046-243-1
Format : 230 x 315
50 colors photos
Edition limited to 24 numbered copies drawn accompanied by a photographic print (format 22 x 30 cm) signed by Nicolas Comment.
* Possible choice between four photographs, each taken at 6 copies.
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