In 1962, my family arrived in France, leaving Algeria all its attachments.
They never returned not.
I was born in Paris in 1967.
There twenty years, I discovered the Gulf of Morbihan with Delphine.
His grandparents settled there thirty years earlier.
Without realizing it, little by little, Delphine and I sent
this interest in the Gulf of Morbihan with our two children.
In each shooting Alma and Como are present such referents.
They symbolize the roots and transmission.
They do not, however, constitute the identity of photography
only the landscape is the essence of this work.
Patrick Messina
 
Expositions :
– Festival Photo de La Gacilly (56) du 31 mai au 30 septembre 2014.

– Tripostal l’exposition collective “France Territoire Liquide” du 4 juin au 4 juillet 2014 dans le cadre du festival des Transphotographiques

Released
31/05/2014
Collection
Hors Collection
Format
250 x 215
Français
Relié couverture cartonnée et toilée
23 photos colors
48 pages
ISBN : 978-2-35046-315-5
Press review
This item was pulled 30 copies of head accompanied by a numbered original print *, numbered and signed.

* Three different photographs, each printed in 10 copies.
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    Photo #1
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    Photo #2
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    Photo #3

Patrick Messina

Photographe

Born in 1967 in Paris, lives and works in Paris. After the Ecole Louis Lumière, He made his first photographs for Liberation Télérama and Les Inrockuptibles. He imposed in various areas of the picture to its own semantics. All references that accompany our daily overhyped as are scrutinized, magnified and challenged at the same time. His recent personal work in the field of urban landscape, like New York, Hong Kong, Paris, or rural areas like Iceland, Coteaux du Languedoc or the Gulf of Morbihan required.
Vincent Colin Director. After directing the National Theatre of Cergy Pontoise, then the Drama Centre of the Indian Ocean in La Réunion, he rethinks his own company in 2003.
He has directed several shows both in France and abroad (Argentina, Vietnam, Madagascar, Mauritius, Namibia ). His version of "Married to the Eiffel Tower" by Jean Cocteau, with actors and dancers and orchestra Namibia Ars Nova was invited at the Avignon Festival in 2001.
In 2004, he adapted for the stage "Democracy in America," Alexis de Tocqueville text in a scenic device designed by Daniel Buren.