For more than forty years now, Catherine Poncin has been photography with photographs. Better still: she photographs photography. However, the critical texts that accompany his work tend to detach the photographer from photography, as if his work was above all second-hand, meta-photographic. This work aims to re-examine this conviction and expand reflection to the following questions: what is Catherine Poncin’s work does the images which are the source of her inspiration, but also to photography, as practical, as Art, as thought? C. M.
Artiste, Photographe, Plasticien
L’Empreinte de la photographie
Rencontre Catherine Poncin – Christine Ollier
Smith, Ellen Kooi, Catherine Poncin, Thibaut Cuisset, Corinne Mercadier, Thierry Fontaine, Yusuf Sevinçli, Matt Wilson, Karen Knorr, Laura Henno
Michel Poivert, Florence Calame-Levert
Archives d’un présent
Ricardo Arcos-Palmas, Gonzalo Sanchez G.
1418. échos, versos et graphies de batailles
Michel Poivert, Guillaume Nahon
Van Speybroeck Daan
Éloge de combats ordinaires
La boîte de Pandore
Vis à vis
Alger Elèves du Lycée A. Dumas
Sans conte, ni légende
Du champs des hommes
Catherine Poncin, Jean-Paul Chavent
Christian Michel, former student of ENS Fontenay/St-Cloud and aggregated with modern letters, is currently a lecturer (HDR) in comparative literature at the University of Picardie-Jules-Verne (Amiens). His work is devoted to analogy, the hermeneutics of fiction and the semiology of the visual arts. He published in particular (2013), (in collaboration with Michèle Bompard-Porte and Daniel Bennequin, 2013), and he managed the volumes of studies (2016) and A. Desplechin, in collaboration with Jean-Baptiste Renault, 2017).