From Florida to Cuba is the third trip to Marion Dubier-Clark after the US From New York to New Orleans and From San Francisco to Los Angeles.
The click is the journey. From another world, cut the road to losing its bearings and surrender to discovery. A starting point, an end point and, in between, the unknown. Marion Dubier-Clark does not start to conquer large areas because it favors the cities and their inhabitants. It is there to confront the myths. To connect fiction with reality and create a bridge between fantasy and reality. […]
For Marion Dubier-Clark is polarized on the foundations of the myth and what is left today of faded billboards, painted walls showing the heroes of yesterday, palm trees, facades faded colors but also unlikely characters like that couple to the colorful and old fashioned dress, the man who looks like a cowboy or old lady quaint hat. Too good to be true? Yet all this exists. With its endless inventory that each photo is part of a larger whole, Marion Dubier-Clark acts as a detonator on our imagination. […] S. B.
* Selectable between three photographs, each taken 10 copies (print format 20 x 20 cm)
- Photo #1
- Photo #2
- Photo #3
Trained at the EFET school of photography, it is perfected in the art of portrait and landscape through various trips including the United States. She goes fine art prints for individuals but also for the image of BNF funds, exhibited in several galleries in Paris and collaborates with various magazines, Milk, Clark magazine Psychologies. In 2009 she publishes and distributes itself first book “100 Polaroids.” After the success of this first experience, she auto-edits again in 2011: “Polaroids / From New York to New Orleans” and in 2012 “From San Francisco to Los Angeles” with his impressions across the US.