The task was not easy: focusing ‘unusual attention’ on four young ENSP graduates from the class of 2013. The idea is to show four very different viewpoints rooted in reality, sometimes straying from it to return to it better, where the personal and the political meet. These young artists share the same commitment to continuously questioning the immense possibilities of creation. Photography is a starting point for Jeannie Abert, who uses it as a basis for experimental research and has worked on assembling fragments of images for several years. The Revolutions series is a group of collages based on images culled from the press when the clashes that rocked the Arab world broke out in 2011.
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