At first glance that long valley may look bereft of life; desolate, yet stunningly handsome. Here, sound has a knack of travelling further than the eye can see. And if you’re all ears and eyes, and leave the paved roads behind, you may just catch a glimpse of life that’s taken refuge from the sun, in the shade of olive trees. If you take the time to follow a jangling cowbell, or the whispering water of a mountain stream, the draw of music from turntables sifting through from the beach, the clip-clop of hoofs on barren ground or even the raucous growling of a Harley Davidson miles away; it is then you might notice a side to Corsica that could otherwise pass you by without a trace.
“I fell in love with the robustness of the island, and I started making my own notes and keep a journal from one place to another ,” says Anton Renborg , Swedish-born photographer who has traveled the Island of Beauty for four summers (2006-2009).
Released
23/06/2014
Collection
Hors Collection
Format
210 x 300
Anglais/Français
Relié couverture cartonnée
35 photos colors and blanck and white
64 pages
ISBN : 978-2-35046-317-9
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Anton Renborg

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Anton Renborg is a young Swedish photographer living in France for a year. Next and return to the island every summer for five years, the photographer has his camera back into the ying and yang of Corsica which can not be reduced to the parties Fisheries tourists neon shorts, nor the splendor of landscapes if they reduce the human to microscopic size. Playing both the retail and pan effect look, as if the eye was constant challenge to find the right equation, Anton Renborg measured how well it was not necessary to accuse the contrasts that they appear. His images testify, casually, of civilization shock.