Bernard Faucon creates rooms as equivalent visual poems. A room can be lined in gold, bathed in milk, or covered in snow or sawdust. His subject is often the fleeting memories and joys of childhood – and the inescapable passage of time. His pictures were all made in the South of France with their special interest in nature, light, landscape and the memories specific to his youth. In his photographs, Faucon recreates imagined narratives for the viewer in which we are suspended in a very unique time and space.
Rooms that Resonate with Possibilities
Karen Knorr, Massimo Listri, Sandy Skoglund, Michael Eastman, John Dugdale and Bernard Faucon
March 27 – May 8, 2021