Anne Clergue Gallery presents the exhibition Meg Hewitt-Lorenzo Castore from July 1st to September 7th. The Australian Meg Hewitt with Tokyo is yours series inspired by manga, surrealism and film noir. The Italian Lorenzo Castore with 1994-2001: A beginning, an intimate work as an initiatory journey that is built daily. Two dialogues that respond in emotion and in black and white. It is Daido Moriyama himself who describes Meg Hewitt‘s work as dangerous. The Australian photographer presents “Tokyo is yours”, a black and white series made between 2015 and 2017 in Tokyo. It is his deep reflection on Japan, on its uncertainty, its fragility following ecological catastrophes that followed Meg Hewitt. The title of his series comes from a graffiti written in the city, Tokyo is yours. His book of 68 photographs is a statement of his attraction to the absurd. Hewitt made seven trips to Japan between 2015 and 2017. She surveyed the city twelve hours a day. She captured small details that caught her attention spontaneously, she immortalized the people she met. The fact that she does not...
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