As part of its annual program to support young emerging artists whose work deserves to be brought to light, Galerie Thierry Bigaignon welcomes this year the work of Japanese artist Hideyuki Ishibashi. Since the development of connected cameras and the appearance of camera-equipped mobile phones, our everyday consumption of images has grown even bigger. The time we spend looking at each image, though, is getting shorter. Based on this observation, Hideyuki Ishibashi’s artistic research focuses on the ambiguity of the way we look at the photographic images that surround us and on the meaning we give to the image. For...
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