We continue and present the projects selected by Les Nuits Photographiques 2015 awards, which took place on September 19th. Today is about “Ukiyo-e“, a project by Alice Khol, young french photographer living in Brussels. Ukiyo-e (name borrowed from the so-called “prints” in Japan signifying “pictures of the floating world”). 60 years in the same house, she didn’t want to leave it, then capitulated. She left others to cope with what remained. The lamp with the pink pearls, the nesting hedgehog ashtrays, the old bits of rope, the painting of her mother holding an apple, the hovel and its smell which will...
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