The photographic work of Marion Poussier built for several years around the issue of social relations and "living together". After photographing various ages in various "micro-societies" children in the playground (Recreation), teen summer camp (One summer, published by Filigranes), in his youth gathering places (Free movement of desires) and old age in a retirement home (the invisible body), she has family, a project, this time, leads him to cross the generations living together under one roof, canvas Basically, the question of how to build individual within the family?
Marion Poussier for this project shared the daily life of families in France in order to save at the most "ordinary". Choosing to limit its scope in the space defined by the house, she has focused on relationship of these brothers and sisters, parents and children in this space so intimate and familiar. With a respectful distance, she continued her investigation of everyday feelings and stands as a real little drama of life.
Hors Collection
215 x 215
Portefolio sous emboîtage
20 photos colors
38 pages
ISBN : 978-2-35046-236-3
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Marion Poussier


Born in 1980, Marion Poussier lives and works in Paris. A graduate of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure Louis Lumière, she is a freelance photographer, working with the press and in parallel develop personal projects. Focused on meeting the other, his work reflects his sensitivity but also the questions and decrypts the gestures, the spaces between body attitudes and behaviors of some communities. Considered one of the most talented photographers of his generation, the work of Marion Poussier, has been awarded many times. The price of the Talent Award for his series The Heat Wave is the first of many. Its been around a series of youth received a citation at the Kodak Prize for criticism in 2005 and was exhibited at the Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie d’Arles in 2006. Family, his last work, was hailed by the prestigious Academy of Fine Arts. Marion Poussier is the author of three books published by Filigranes: IIIs habit(ai)ent au 61 rue d’Avron, Un Eté, Famille et Corps de ballet, recently released on the occasion of his exhibition at the Academy of Fine Arts.