DescriptionThese photographs impressed me. I sensed a stirring in them; I saw them inhabited, haunted by something in their depths both omnipresent and invisible, which was calling on me to understand them better. At the same time, I felt that the project that had given birth to them shed light on one of the forces present in the consummate art that the photographer s work sometimes becomes. ] In Lucio Trizzino s pictures taken in trains, photography in motion becomes a search for self, a Proustian quest for origins. In the street, such photography becomes an experience of others, of their needs, of their legitimate aspirations. And if it can help bring together two dreams in this way, so as to shed reciprocal light that will result in action, how fortunate that this encounter gives photography a raison d etre or more accurately that it puts photography at the living core of the spirit s journey. Yves Bonnefoy preview
December 31, 2012
8.3 X 0.6 X 8.3 inches | 1.27 pounds
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About the Author
Yves Bonnefoy (1923-2016) is recognized as the greatest French poet of the past fifty years. By the time of his death, he had published eleven major collections of poetry in verse and prose, several books of tales, and numerous studies of literature and art. Hoyt Rogers translates works from French, German, Italian, and Spanish.