Sandrine Lopez explores bodies, nudes, unadorned faces, the unspeakable desire of being there. She engages with time she bringing it to a standstill. Beyond these clues, as close as possible to her emotions. These are not histories, not even a set of photographs. This is a process. She goes where her senses guide her, where the conscience might expand. Lopez raises these questions for us. She is currently preparing a book of her work Moshé and working on her film Dominique, scheduled for a September 2015 release.
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