The archive, the vernacular, the series, reality kept at bay (photojournalism is practically absent), and subversion of the very essence of the photographic medium are some major trends observed at Paris Photo. Below you will find an overview of artists who explore the porosity between substance and form, who open new fields of innovation, return to materiality against the advances in digital technology and resist the built-in obsolescence of the virtual age.
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