Christophe Beauregard has a name that seems destined to photography. But like all looks fine, if its appeals, it is cloudy and we worried. The "report" he has devoted to the homeless is so true that it is false. These men and women are actors, the stigma of dèche are makeup, and their soiled clothes, costumes. In 2006, Christophe Beauregard made sightings, organized the shooting, discussed the "character" with the actors. The staging is at least surprising, even indignant, when we see that length of sidewalk, just stoop to photograph in earnest all the misery of the world.
Beauregard could make a classic documentary on the homeless, but he believes that his appointment would have been smaller: "Make pictures of homeless people, I can agree, and I’ll manage to sell if the current permits . And then, I leave to return these men and women in their filth, their suffering? From a moral point of view, I am not sure that it is very clear either.
Gérard Lefort – Liberation
Centre photographique de Lectoure - Laboratoire Janvier
Hors Collection
245 x 300
Relié couverture cartonnée
13 color photos
40 pages
ISBN : 978-2-35046-141-0
De cet ouvrage il a été tiré trente exemplaires de tête, accompagnés d'un tirage original (18x24 cm), numéroté et signé par Christophe Beauregard.
Christophe Beauregard, photographer lives and works in Paris. Portraitist, he collaborated regularly with the French press, and foreign advertising agencies. He has published in aesthetic Watermarks Manual, a series of portraits of anonymous reworked by cosmetic surgery.
Historienne spécialisée dans l’étude du XVIIIe siècle, directrice de recherche au CNRS et enseignante à l’EHESS. Avec son équipe de recherche du "groupe d’histoire des femmes", elle travaille sur les thèmes des identités populaires au XVIIIe siècle, relations hommes-femmes et de l’écriture de l’histoire. Elle est co-animatrice de l’émission Les Lundis de l’Histoire France Culture.