Author in photography and sociology, Irene Jonas associates or dissociates these two disciplines according to the projects she develops. It pursues a double approach. One, in black and white, close to the reportage and sociological documentary. The other in painted photographs, privileging the exploration of more intimate territories, especially those of childhood, family, and memory. If it is her personal...
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