Françoise Nuñez travel photography. In 1989, she discovered the north of India in Delhi and met the writer Jean-Christophe Bailly. Other trips followed: Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Calcutta; stages of aesthetic and intellectual adventure where reality becomes a metaphor through a very personal poetic. These images range from vibrations of light and movement stopped, creepage and frozen moments after another.
170 x 230
51 duo tone photos
ISBN : 978-2-914381-62-8
Born in Toulouse, Françoise Nuñez loved photography and travel, passions she shared in osmosis with her husband Bernard Plossu and their two children, Joaquim and Manuela. After being assistant to Jean Diezaide, she then tirelessly continues her personal way towards elsewhere. She publishes a dozen books, and is represented by the Camera Obscura gallery. She died in 2021 at the age of 64.
Jean-Christophe Bailly, Guillaume Geneste, Denis Roche
La rue de Paris
L’Inde jour et nuit