Arnaud Claass’s Essay on Robert Frank, published recently by Filigranes Editions (2018, 160 p.), Presents a multi-faceted reading of the work of this great artist of Swiss origin. Anxious to renew the approach with various tools, he also strives to replace Robert Frank most famous work, The Americans, not only alongside his other editorial masterpieces (including The Lines of My Hand, reissued last year by Steidl) but in the context of a creative adventure spread over a total of more than sixty years. The considerable influence of his films on independent cinema is also widely discussed. The excerpt we publish...
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