The Camera Obscura Gallery is welcoming Michael Ackerman for the first time with this exhibition. He gives us a vision as powerful, ghost-filled, as places that inspired his work for years: India, New York, Poland … But the intimate also has its importance in this work, which is obviously a autobiography: the birth of his daughter embodies the sweetness of a world that is not only fury. Watermark. This title refers to a small laboratory incident. A sign. On the contact sheet of the film made just after the birth of his daughter, a circular mark, as drawn by an...
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