A singular figure of contemporary photography, Denis Roche has constructed a luminous thought on the particular nature of the photographic act and about his own practice. A beautiful book published by Delpire emphasizes the coherence, richness and resonance of his work through some of his favorite themes: time, the frame, the machine, the relationship between images and words, the body, silence. “I write to be alone, I photograph to disappear,” says Denis Roche. The selected photographs – some unpublished – are accompanied by a range of texts published by Denis Roche and from radio programs in which he participated, which...
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