Contrejour published Les Fugitives, the latest book from Isabelle Nori. Les Fugitives examines the middle age photographer’s vision of her two daughters, Elsa and Giulia, age 20 and 10, her surroundings and the horror and banality of a her mid-life crisis. Intrigued by this combination of ages of transformation, Nori, over the course of seven years, developed an intuitive technique to capture a presence, an attitude, a detail and discreetly snatch them away from fleeting reality.
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