"René lives in the Creuse, and John saw in the Morbihan. They do not know, yet they are my two grandfathers. From December 2009 to January 2011, I collected words and images of their respective worlds. Although they are widely separated both geographically and in their personality, I found many similarities among them. the two had a peasant child who has deep roots in the soil. When young, they have chosen to leave one working abroad, the other in Paris, then finally back to live each in their ancestral region. They then share a heightened artistic sensibility. for them, the boundaries between creative action and everyday are fluid. the collection, gleaning, the accumulation is the raw material of their imagination. the fact that they both live reclusive and self-sufficient, having made ​​the choice to open to the world, there is certainly no stranger. these points of convergence lead me to believe that for one as for the other, this "work" is seen as a permanent course, even a necessity. these texts and images are trying to trace the watermark relationship of René and Jean with the creation of poetry and everyday life. "
Le Bal - Jeunes talents SFR
Hors Collection
175 x 215
Broché avec rabats
40 photos colors
72 pages
ISBN : 978-2-35046-226-4
Lolita Bourdet is 24 years old and lives in Montreuil. She was born in 1986 in the department of Creuse, parents from the Punk movement in Paris. It first follows a high school art teacher in which she participated in performances Notes (1 and 2) Nicolas Frize, as a performer. In 2005, Lolita Bourdet was admitted to the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts Paris-Cergy. In addition to his photographic practice, she continued performance and performs in the festival in Taverny Patchwork. She held his first photographic exhibition Identistrokes in 2007 at the Festival Gardens, Thursday Spouze.

Magali Jauffret

Auteur, Journaliste

Magali Jauffret journalist, critic, author. A text written in 3 books published by Filigranes: Tout peut arriver, Gilbert Garcin ; Corinne Mercadier ; Sur la plage, Sylvie Hugues, Eloge de combats ordinnaires, Catherine Poncin.